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  • 1. See N. Sheremetievskaia, Tanets na estrade (Moscow; Iskusstvo, 1985), p. 85.

  • 2. S. Volkonsky, Razgovory (St. Petersburg: Apollon, 1912), p. 220.

  • 3. The dancer, painter, and puppeteer Olga Afanasievna Glebova-Sudeikina (1985- 1945) danced, for example, at the Stray Dog cabaret and in Paris in the 1920s. For some information, see E. Moch-Bickert, Kolombina desiatykh godov (Paris-St.Petersburg: Grzhe- bin), 1993. 4. Alexander Zaltsman (Alexander Zaltsman, Alexander Salzmann, 1870-1933) was an artist and choreographer. Born in Tiflis, he was ctose to composer Foma Gartman (Thomas von Hartmann) and to Vasilii Kandinsky. His wife was the dancer Janna Matignon, a disciple of Jaques-Dalcroze and Volkonsky, whose eurythmic dances eamed a certain acclaim in Ti- fls. See E. S., 'Vecher ritmicheskoi gimnastiki, plastiki i tantsa," Kavkazskoe slovo (Tiflis), No. 120 (1919), p. 5. 5. Georgii Ivanovich Giurdzhiev (Georges Gurdjieff, 1877-1949) cofounded the Insti- tute for the Harmonious Development of Man in Tiflis in 1919.

  • 6. F. Lopukhov, Puti baletmeistera (Berlin: Petropolis, 1925), p. 152. 7. The title of one of Parnakh's early publications, i.e., Karabkaetsia akrobat (Paris: Franko-Russkaia pechat, 1922).

  • 8. Yurii Annenkov, Untitled, undated manuscript in RGALI. Call No.: f. 2618, op. cit. 1, ed khr. 15, I. 147.

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