Past Images of the Month - April 2017

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Léonide Massine and Tamara Karsavina in The Good-Humoured Ladies.  Ballets Russes Season, London, 1919. First edition of the piano score. London & Brighton, 1919. Vincenzo Tommasini (1878-1950). From Vita Teatrale for 23 February 1913. Rome, 1913. Léon Bakst : Costume design for Constanza reproduced in the programme for the 1919-20 Season of the Ballets Russes. Tamara Karsavina as Mariuccia. From the programme of the 1919-20 Season of the Ballets Russes. Stanislas Idzikowski in The Good-Humoured Ladies. The Richard Copeman Collection. Page from the programme for the Ballets Russes London Season, Alhambra Theatre, April to July 1919. Enrico Cecchetti, Stanislas Idzikowski and Massine.  Photograph, [c.1918].  The Richard Copeman Collection. Programme for a performance by the Ballets Russes at the Théâtre du Chatelet, Paris, 5 February 1920. First edition of the piano score. Vienna, 1921. Page from the programme of the Hungarian State Opera's visit to the 1963 Edinburgh Festival. Their first programme was a triple bill of Bartok's three stage works : Bluebeard's Castle, The Wooden Prince and The Miraculous Mandarin. First edition of the arrangement for piano, 4 hands.  Paris, 1917. From a page from the programme for the Ballets Russes London Season, Alhambra Theatre, April to July 1919. Nigel Burgoine as The American Manager Kerrison Cooke as the Chinese Conjuror Kenneth McCombie as The French Manager Carole Hill as the Little American Girl Loma Rogers and John Travis as the Acrobats Hugh Rathbone and Gerald Byrne as The Horse Beryl Grey with the Horse Kerrison Cooke and Carole Hill Massine rehearsing Carole Hill Beryl Grey with Massine Massine Beryl Grey with Massine