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by Jurgen Pagels

eBook Character Dance download ISBN: 0253313376
Author: Jurgen Pagels
Publisher: Indiana Univ Pr; 1st Edition edition (July 1, 1984)
Language: English
Pages: 208
ePub: 1876 kb
Fb2: 1837 kb
Rating: 4.1
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Category: Art and Photo
Subcategory: Performing Arts

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Art Brokerage: Jurgen Gorg German Artist: B. 1951 -Jurgen Gorg's work follows a strong tradition of figurative art . 1951 -Jurgen Gorg's work follows a strong tradition of figurative art with erotic overtones. Jurgen Gorg interprets his subject matter loosely, keeping his figures open and emphasizing motion through line and contour. A foreword in a book on Jurgen Gorg's work captures his artistic sensibility: "The predominant subject is the human body: it is the body of a young, slim, beautiful person. The face remains vague, the gestures are those of free motion.

Jurgen, James Branch Cabell ; with 13 plates by Frank C. Papé ; with an. introduction by Bob Blaisdell. The first-time reader of the novel need not feel trepidation upon entering Cabell’s and Jurgen’s world, in spite of the continual literary references. While some familiarity with European, classical Greek and Biblical legends and stories could help with the comprehension of a few jokes, the novel creates its own little world, and balances and spins on its own two dancing feet. The allusions to myths and chroniclers are, for the most part, whimsical.

His duty is to guard the complex from any and all threats, be they on the inside or out. While he isn't the only one, he is the most reliable, due to his thousands of Augmentations for scientists such as Gerald Akarui and his coworkers. His backstory, along with those of other characters, will be revealed through the span of the comic.

Jürgen Heinrich Pagels, German balletmaster, dance educator, dancer, choreographer, writer. United States judge and guest teacher International Ballet Competition, Trujillo, Peru, 1989-1991, 99, International Competition, Camaguey, Cuba, 1999. Served as sergeant German Army, 1942-1945. Principal dancer Ballet Legat, London, 1951-1952, Ballet Legat and Yugoslav National Ballet, touring throughout Europe, 1952-1953. Guest ballet soloist Ballet Etoile, Paris Opera, Paris, 1954. Director, owner Pagels Legat School Ballet, Dallas, 1955-1962.

Polka, Russian Dances-the Trepak and the Kazanski Tatari-The Hungarian Csardas, the Yugoslav Kolo, the Italian Tarantella, the Polish Mazurka, and an east Eurpoean Betrothal Dance.