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Belle-époque Paris witnessed the emergence of a vibrant and diverse dance scene, one that crystallized around the Ballets Russes, the Russian dance company formed by impresario Sergey Diaghilev. The company has long served as a convenient turning point in the history of dance, celebrated for its revolutionary choreography and innovative productions. This book presents a fresh slant on this much-told history. Focusing on the relation between music and dance, Davinia Caddy approaches the Ballets Russes with a wide-angled lens that embraces not just the choreographic, but also the cultural, political, theatrical and aesthetic contexts in which the company made its name. In addition, Caddy examines and interprets contemporary French dance practices, throwing new light on some of the most important debates and discourses of the day.


'This richly absorbing study of the Ballets Russes in Paris illuminates the interplay (both synthesis and disjunction) between music and gesture in modernist choreography on the lyric stage. Davinia Caddy makes a vital and beautifully written contribution to our understanding of ways of using the body in opera and ballet in the early twentieth century.'

Susan Rutherford - University of Manchester

‘Elegantly written, meticulously researched, The Ballets Russes and Beyond is a major contribution, offering fresh perspectives on Diaghilev’s troupe and its impact. With keen insight and broad vision, Davinia Caddy illuminates the meaning of dance in belle-époque Paris and immerses the reader in a culture of beauty, innovation, and artistic intrigue.’

Mary E. Davis - Case Western Reserve University, Ohio

'Fresh perspective … an interpretative study that reaps rich rewards … this book will inspire many other interrogative and revisionist accounts to come of the Russian Ballet, and of twentieth-century dance more generally.'

Emma Adlard Source: Notes

'This fascinating book is supported by visual examples and a copious bibliography. Much wider reading is provided in the footnotes (which readily links theoretical writings to the issues raised in the press) and French quotations are clearly translated and presented as parallel texts. The book will be of interest to scholars (and students) in music, musicology, dance history and art history. It is a significant and refreshing contribution to the field.'

Helen Julia Minors Source: Slavonic and East European Review

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  • Archives internationales de la danse

  • Dossiers d’artistes: Lucienne Bréval; Emma Calvé; Fyodor Chaliapin; Ivan Clustine; Jaques-Émile Dalcroze; Isadora Duncan; Loie Fuller; Mary Garden; Tamara Karsavina; Victor Maurel; Vaslav Nijinsky; Natalia Trouhanova; Jean d’Udine

  • Dossiers d’œuvres: Esclarmonde (1889); Thaïs (1894); Salome (1905); Aphrodite (1906); Le Pavillon d’Armide (1909); Les Sylphides (1909); Schéhérazade (1910); Giselle (1910); La Fête chez Thérèse (1910); España (1911); La Roussalka (1911); Le Dieu bleu (1912); L’Après-midi d’un faune (1912); Les Bacchantes (1912); La Péri (1912); Le Sacre du printemps (1913); Suite de danses (1913); Le Coq d’or (1914); Philotis (1914); Hansli le bossu (1914); Les Noces (1923); Padmâvatî (1923)

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  • Fonds Rouché

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  • Collection Auguste Rondel (Ro)

New York Public Library for the Performing Arts (US-NYpl)

  • Jerome Robbins Dance Division: Gabriel Astruc–Diaghilev Collection; Lincoln Kirstein Collection; Roger Pryor Dodge Collection

  • Robinson Locke Collection: Mary Garden Scrapbooks

Cambridge, MA, Houghton Library, Harvard University (US-CAh)

  • Theatre Collection: Howard D. Rothschild Collection on the Ballets Russes of Sergey Diaghilev; Marchioness of Ripon Scrapbooks; Michel Fokine Papers; S. L. Grigoriev Papers; Stravinsky–Diaghilev Foundation Collection

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  • La Nouvelle Revue française

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  • La Revue de Paris

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  • Le Temps

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