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Rudolphus Nureyev anno 1973. Photogrpahema Allan Warren.
Rudolphus Nureyev post defectionen ex Unione Sovietica anno 1961.
Nureyev et Liliana Cosi Romae saltant, 1972.
Sepulcrum Nureyevanum in Sainte-Geneviève-des-Bois
Nureyev in conclave vestiario circa 1974. Photographema Allan Warren.

Rudolphus Khamet filius? Nureyev (Tatarice Рудольф Хәмит улы Нуриев, Russice Рудо́льф Хаме́тович Нуре́ев, natus prope Ircutiam Russicae Sovieticae Foederativae Socialisticae Rei Publicae die 17 Martii 1938; mortuus Levallois-Perret in oppido Franciae 6 Ianuarii 1993) fuit saltator ballationis saltationisque modernae et choreographus Unionis Sovieticae. Qui, dominus saltationis appellatus,[1][2][3] late maximus habetur eius aetatis saltator ballationis.[1][4][5][6]

Natus est intra tramen Ferriviae Transsiberianae prope Ircutiam in Siberia, familia Tatarorum Islamicorum. Ex Unione Sovietica ad Occidentem anno 1961 defecit.[7] Quod erat prima artificis Sovietici defectio maior per Bellum Frigidum effecta.

Inter suis erant Gore Vidal, Fridericus Mercury, Iacoba Kennedy Onassis, Michael Jagger, Elizabetha Minnelli, Andreas Warhol, Lee Radziwill, Talitha Pol, et Studio 54, claram discothecam Novi Eboraci, interdum annis 1970 exeuntibus visitabat.[8]

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NotaeRecensere

  1. 1.0 1.1 Lord of the dance - Rudolf Nureyev at the National Film Theatre, London, 1–31 January 2003, John Percival, The Independent, 26 Decembris 2002.
  2. A Couture Worthy Ode to la Mode of the Original Lord of the Dance: RUDOLF NUREYEV A Life in Dance, rrecognitio, FashionTribes.com, 29 Augusti 2012.
  3. "The Lord of the Dance, Rudolf Nureyev died this evening" announcement by Christine Ockrent in prorgammate nuntiorum Le soir die 6 Ianuarii 1993 in rete France 3 de morte Nureyevana, situs Instituti nationalis audiovisualis.
  4. Rudolf Nureyev, Charismatic Dancer Who Gave Fire to Ballet's Image, Dies at 54, by Jack Anderson, The Independent, 7 Ianuarii 1993.
  5. Rudolf Noureev exercising at the barre, 21 Decembris 1970, site INA (4 min 13).
  6. Philippe Noisette, « Que reste-t-il de Noureev ? », Les Échos, 1 Martii 2013.
  7. Bridcut, John (17 Septembris 2007). "The KGB's long war against Rudolf Nureyev". London: The Telegraph .
  8. Watson 1994: 370

BibliographiaRecensere

  • Bland, Alexander. 1977. The Nureyev Valentino: Portrait of a Film. Londinii: Studio Vista. ISBN 0-289-70795-1. OCLC 3933869.
  • Dollfus, Ariane. 2007. Noureev l'insoumis: biographie. Lutetiae: Flammarion. ISBN 9782080686510.
  • Fandel, Jennifer. 2006. Rudolf Nureyev. Mankato Minnesotae: Creative Education. ISBN 1583413804.
  • Heidenreich. Elke, et Michael Sowa. 2007. Nurejews Hund oder Was Sehnsucht vermag. Reinbek: Rowohlt Tb. ISBN 978-3-499-24260-1.
  • Kaiser, Charles. 1997. The Gay Metropolis: 1940–1996. Houghton Mifflin Company. ISBN 0-395-65781-4.
  • Kavanagh, Julie. 2007. Rudolph Nureyev: The Life. Londinii et Novi Eboraci: Fig Tree. ISBN 1-905490-15-1. OCLC 77013261.
  • Maybarduk, Linda. 1999. The dancer who flew: a memoir of Rudolf Nureyev. Plattsburgh Novi Eboraci: Tundra Books. ISBN 0887764150.
  • Nureyev, Rudolf, et Alexander Bland. 1962. Nureyev: An Autobiography with Pictures. Ed. Alexandro Bland. Londinii: Hodder and Stoughton. OCLC 65776396.
  • Nureyev, Rudolf, et Alexander Bland. 1993. Nureyev: His Spectacular Early Years. Londinii: Hodder & Stoughton. ISBN 0-340-60042-X. OCLC 28496501.
  • Oberzaucher, Alfred. 1993. Hommage in memoriam Rudolf Nurejew: Choreographien von Rudolf Nurejew aus Schwanensee, Dornröschen und Raymonda. Vindobonae: VWiener Staatsoper.
  • Pasi, Mario, et Luigi Pignotti. Nureyev: la sua arte, la sua vita. Mediolani: Sperling & Kupfer, c1993. ISBN 8820016796.
  • Percival, John. 1975. Nureyev: Aspects of the Dancer: A Biography. Novi Eboraci: Putnam. ISBN 0-571-10627-7. OCLC 2689702.
  • Sokou, R., et I. Maradei. 2003. Nureyev as I knew him. Athenis: Kaktos. ISBN 960-382-503-4.
  • Solway, D. 1998. Nureyev: his life. Novi Eboraci: William Morrow. ISBN 0-688-12873-4. OCLC 38485934.
  • Watson, Peter. 1994. Nureyev: A Biography. Londinii: Hodder & Stoughton. ISBN 0-340-59615-5. OCLC 32162130.

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