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  Tudor Dynasty   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
One feature of Tudor policy which served to emphasize the "majesty" of the sovereign was the dynastic marriage which the Tudors generally sought and sometimes obtained.
Mary Tudor was married to a reigning sovereign.
Travesties and Transgressions in Tudor and Stuart England: Tales of Discord and Dissension.
idcs0100.lib.iup.edu /England1/tudor.htm   (930 words)

 Tudor Homes   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Tudor usually relates to the Tudor period in English history, which refers to the period of time between 1485 and 1558/1603 when the Tudor dynasty held the English throne.
Owen Tudor, grandfather of King Henry VII Tudor style refers to the style of architecture and decorative arts modelled on the original Tudor architecture produced in England between 1485 and 1603.
This coincides with the rule of the Tudor dynasty in England, with the exception of Elizabeth I. Occasionally the term is used more broadly to capture Elizabeth's reign as well, though in general 1558 – 1603 is treated separately as the Elizabethan era.
www.artistbooking.com /trips/209/tudor-homes.html   (986 words)

 Andros On Ballet (via CobWeb/3.1 planetlab1.netlab.uky.edu)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Tudor's ballet Pillar of Fire (1942), considered his masterpiece, placed him with the great choreographers Leonide Massine, George Balanchine and Mikhail Fokine.
Tudor believed that ballet was a fusion of movements, not a series of separate dances which could be performed independently.
Tudor was a versatile choreographer, one ballet a tragedy, another a satire, and yet another a comedy.
michaelminn.net.cob-web.org:8888 /andros/index.php?tudor_anthony   (1143 words)

 The Tudors
Divorced, Beheaded, Survived: A Feminist Reinterpretation of the Wives of Henry Viii.
Parliament and the Crown in the Reign of Mary Tudor.
Loades, D. Tudor Government: Structures of Authority in the Sixteenth Century.
ise.uvic.ca /Library/SLT/reference/btudors.html   (142 words)

 Tudor Place
Son of two illegitimate branches of the royal tree, the first Tudor had to his ascent to the capricious circumstances that surrounded the fight of two powerful families of the kingdom by the throne to which both had equal right.
In thirty years the country saw twelve large battles and a great number of partial struggles; and four kings of one or another faction were replaced in the throne.
The only surviving male representative of the house of Lancaster, Henry Tudor became King by the force of his sword, but as the bastardy of his origins was making more legitimate the claim of his rivals, he married Elizabeth of York, the eldest daughter of Edward IV, the most illustrious member of the rival house.
www.tudorplace.com.ar   (573 words)

 Attorney Anthony Totta, James, Totta & Parrish, LLC, Independence, Missouri   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Anthony Totta is a lifelong resident of Eastern Jackson County and began practicing law in Independence
Anthony Totta is a lifelong resident of Eastern Jackson County and began practicing law in Independence, Missouri in 1993.
Anthony attended the University of Missouri-Columbia, where he received his B.S. in Business Administration in 1990 and his J.D. in 1993.
www.jtplaw.com /Bio/AnthonyTotta.asp   (299 words)

 Kennedy Center: Biographical information for Antony Tudor (via CobWeb/3.1 planetlab1.netlab.uky.edu)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Antony Tudor (born William John Cook) was born in London on April 4, 1908.
At 19 Tudor took ballet classes with Dame Marie Rambert, cofounder of the modern British ballet movement.
Tudor will be remembered for his influence in contemporary ballet that stemmed from his psychological probing of his characters.
kennedy-center.org.cob-web.org:8888 /calendar/index.cfm?fuseaction=showIndividual&entitY_id=3816&source_type=A   (369 words)

 Remarks at a White House Reception for the Kennedy Center Honorees
Tudor with George Balanchine and Frederick Ashton as one of those who brought ballet forward, who made it modern, a part of our own idiom and time.
Tudor has expanded the possibilities of ballet itself, giving this magnificent medium new relevance, new vibrancy, and new life.
Anthony Tudor, on behalf of those who love ballet the world over, I give you our thanks.
www.reagan.utexas.edu /archives/speeches/1986/120786b.htm   (1390 words)

In a sense, Anthony has become a victim of his own success, since subsequent albums have fallen invariably short of Geese’s goals, but that’s a discussion for another day.
There is, for example, the story of “Henry: Portraits of Tudor Times,” in which the players from the Age of Chivalry walk again.
ANTHONY PHILLIPS -- acoustic 12 string, 6 string, classical guitar, electric 6 and 12 string guitars, basses, dulcimer guitar, bazouki, synthesizers, mellotron, harmonium, piano, organ, celeste, pin piano, drums, glockenspiel, timbales, bells and chimes, gong, vocal
www.connollyco.com /discography/anthony_phillips/geese.html   (504 words)

 Pina Bausch - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In 1955 she began studying at the Folkwang School in Essen directed by Germany's then most influential choreographer Jooss.
After graduating, she won a grant to continue her studies at the Juilliard school in New York, where she was taught by Anthony Tudor, Limon and Paul Taylor (amongst others).
Whilst in New York she performed with the Paul Sanasardo and Donya Feuer Dance Company, the New American Ballet, and later with the Metropolitan Opera ballet company.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Pina_Bausch   (394 words)

 Anthony More - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
For the musician of the same name, see Anthony More (musician).
In 1553 he was sent to England, where he painted the portrait of Mary Tudor, perhaps one of his very noblest works; and in all probability the portraits of Sir Henry Sidney, and of Ambassador Simon Renard.
To this period should be attributed the miniature of Mary Tudor in the Duke of Buccleuch's collection, two portraits of Elizabeth at the age of twenty-one, one of which once belonged to Dr. Propert, and another even more notable, of Roger Ascham, now in the collection of Mr.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Anthony_More   (687 words)

 ArtsJournal Dance: Daily Arts News   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
He "made 57 ballets, four of them thought masterpieces by any lights, and a man whose worldwide influence on ballet is felt even today.
They come from South Korea, a country not noted for its ballet culture, and their salaries are paid for by one of the most controversial religious leaders in the world — Rev Sun Myung Moon." Now they're coming to Britain.
FOREIGN INFLUENCE: Even critics of the way Anthony Dowell has run London's Royal Ballet, have to admit that his infusion of startlingly good foreign dancers has hade the company richer.
www.artsjournal.com /dance/dance1000.shtml   (1725 words)

 Tobias: Tobi Tobias on dance et al.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Anthony Tudor's ``Dark Elegies'' and Twyla Tharp's ``In the Upper Room'' were well paired, evoking the polar opposites of death and irrepressible life.
Tudor became such a significant figure in the company that, decades later, Mikhail Baryshnikov called him ``our conscience.''
Tudor, an undeniable but unprolific genius of dance that's rooted in psychology, may have fewer than a half-dozen masterworks to his credit; this is surely one of them.
www.artsjournal.com /tobias/archives/2006/04/abt_pairs_tharp.shtml   (1208 words)

 Shawl-Anderson Dance Center   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
He studied piano, composition and orchestration, but after seeing an American Ballet Theater performance of Anthony Tudor's "Pillar of Fire', he was immediately drawn toward dance.
Within a few years, he had studied ballet intensively with several famous teachers, among them, Igor Schwezoff and Eugene Loring, the Diaghilev dancers, Theodore Kosloff, Maria Baldina, Vera Nemtchinova, and especially with Pavlova 's onetime partner, Aubrey Hitchins.
While at Utah, she was active in the Service-Learning Program and helped create the first service-learning course in the modern dance department.
www.shawl-anderson.org /directors.html   (674 words)

 Anthony COOKE of Gidea Hall (Sir Knight)
Cooke sat with his sons Richard and William in the first two Elizabethan Parliaments.
Anne, the second daughter of Sir Anthony, married Nicholas Bacon, Lord Keeper of the Great Seal under Elizabeth and father of Anthony and Francis.
McIntosh, ‘Sir Anthony Cooke; Tudor humanist, educator and religious reformer’,
www.tudorplace.com.ar /Bios/AnthonyCooke.htm   (625 words)

 village voice > nyclife > Spring Arts Dance by Elizabeth Zimmer   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
He directed the Metropolitan Opera Ballet, taught at the Juilliard School, served as associate director of American Ballet Theatre, and spent his late years living in a Zen center on East 30th Street, until his death in 1987.
He moved a Greek myth into a sordid Paris bar in The Judgment of Paris, a 1938 work to music by Kurt Weill; and dealt delicately with strangled passion and class conflict in the brilliant and sad 1936 Jardin aux Lilas to a score by Ernest Chausson.
These and other Tudor works have been lovingly staged by Wilson, who was featured in his work at American Ballet Theatre during his lifetime.
www.villagevoice.com /nyclife/0310,sazimmer,42280,16.html   (850 words)

 DNB - Archival DNB Documents at OSU
Tudor, Anthony – Offenbach in the Underworld (Lynne Weber, 1975)
Tudor, Anthony – Dim Lustre (Airi Hynninen, 1985)
Tudor, Anthony – Offenbach in the Underworld (Leslie Rotman, 1984-85)
dancenotation.org /DNB/library/bib/osu_microfilm.html   (4597 words)

 Saddleback Dance Center Faculty
She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in dance from UCI, as well as a Cecchetti Teaching Certificate, and is a member of Dance Masters of America.
Kelly was the recipient of a third place medal during the National Foundation of the Arts competition in Miami, Florida.
Formerly a principal dancer with the Hartford Ballet in Connecticut, she performed leading roles in The Sleeping Beauty, The Nutcracker, Giselle, Coppelia and Le Corsaire, as well as in the ballets of; George Balanchine, Anthony Tudor, Choo San Goh, Nijinska, and Martha Graham.
www.saddlebackdance.com /teachers.htm   (2138 words)

 Jennifer Miller | Milwaukee Ballet Online
Miller has had the privilege of dancing a wide range of roles in such ballets as Swan Lake, the Nutcracker, Dracula, Romeo and Juliet, The Hunchback of Notre Dame, and Giselle.
She has also performed in works by Trey McIntyre, Choo San Goh, George Balanchine, Michael Pink, Anthony Tudor, and Gerald Arpino among others.
Miller’s further accomplishments include being on the current staff of the Milwaukee Ballet School and being invited to teach at Central Pennsylvania Youth Ballet’s summer intensives for the past 13 years.
www.milwaukeeballet.org /miller.html   (231 words)

 deseretnews.com | Ballet West a huge hit in Scotland
The Utah company danced three works choreographed by British artist Anthony Tudor at this year's festival, which began Aug. 15 and runs through Sept. 5.
Well, there was the haggis at the opening night reception, he joked.
Ballet West's program featured "The Leaves Are Fading," "Lilac Garden" and "Offenbach in the Underworld," three works drawn from different periods in Tudor's career.
deseretnews.com /dn/view/0,1249,595088834,00.html   (641 words)

 Colleen Neary, Faculty (Westside Ballet)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
From 1984 she was invited to be Principal Guest Artist and company teacher for Maurice Bejart’s Ballet du XXieme Siecle where he created several roles for her, among them The American Jury in Le Concours.
In 1986 she was invited to join Pacific Northwest Ballet as Principal Dancer where her repertoire included Odile/Odette in Swan Lake, Titania in A Midsummer Nights Dream, Clara in The Nutcracker, Emilia in The Moors Pavane and ballets by George Balanchine, Kent Stowell, Anthony Tudor, Paul Taylor among others.
In 1992 she was invited to join The Royal Danish Ballet as Ballet Mistress and company teacher.
www.westsideballet.com /school/teachers/neary_c.html   (297 words)

 Children Dance Faculty at the American Dance Institute
Bjerknes was invited to join American Ballet Theatre under the direction of Mikhail Baryshnikov where she danced all the classics from Swan Lake to La Bayadere.
Ballets by Anthony Tudor, Agnes DeMille, George Balanchine and Jerome Robbins were in her repertoire.
Her performing experience includes ballets by Balanchine, Robbins, Tudor, and Ashton.
americandance.org /new/html/children_faculty.htm   (607 words)

 CriticalDance.com - Ballet, Modern Dance and Performance Dance - Reviews
Tuesday night’s performance, which included a diverse selection of new choreography, as well as a more traditional Anthony Tudor ballet, provided an excellent opportunity to see how these young dancers have developed during their tenure in the Studio Company.
In Anthony Tudor's "Continuo," originally choreographed for the Juilliard Dance Ensemble, the Studio Company dancers displayed their elegant classical technique.
The choreography for the three couples in this ballet, set to music by Johann Pachelbel, explores the endless variations on several major choreographic themes.
www.criticaldance.com /reviews/2003/abt2-030415.html   (631 words)

 Anthony Tudor
Currently, there are not enough Tomatometer critic reviews for Anthony Tudor to receive a rating.
A retrospective of ballet choreographer Antony Tudor (1908-1987) who replaced the beautiful stars of ballet with ordinary people to create universal expression in his work.
Colleagues and others add commentary, and excerpts of Tudor's work illustrate his career.
www.rottentomatoes.com /m/1059585-anthony_tudor   (270 words)

 Omaha Academy of Ballet
Upon Mau’s first year in the company she was selected to represent Canada in the International Dance Festival in Hong Kong.
Mau continued adding more roles to her repertoire including Tall Swans from David Blair’s Swan Lake, Romeo’s Harlot from Sir Kenneth MacMillan’s Romeo and Juliet, Giggle Girls from Anthony Tudor’s Leaves are Fading, and first Pas De Deux from Jiri Kylian’s Stepping Stones among others.
As a student of Georgina Parkinson, Willie Burman and John Meehan, Mau became a highly respected member of the American Ballet Theater, establishing herself as a strong, versatile dancer.
members.cox.net /academy/faculty.html   (1441 words)

 Then and Now (via CobWeb/3.1 planetlab1.cs.virginia.edu)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Later, when classical ballet captured the American imagination, Ballet Arts was foremost in providing teaching and rehearsal space to such legendary figures as Michael Mordkin and Lucia Chase (who would shortly found a company called Ballet Theatre), Agnes DeMille, Jerome Robbins and George Balanchine.
After WWII, Ballet Arts was a mecca for some of the greatest teachers in the country: Alexander Danilova, Margaret Craske, Vladimir Dokoudovsky, Rosella Hightower, Eugene Loring, Vera Nemtchinova, Bronislava Nijinska, Nina Stroganova, and Anthony Tudor.
Since that time, the school has attracted an ever-wider range of teachers in all disciplines, but it is in the field of ballet that Ballet Arts has shown its leadership: Willy Burmann, Robert Blankshine, Nanette Glushak, Woytek Lowsky and Bo Spasoff, among many others.
www.balart.com.cob-web.org:8888 /Then_and_now.htm   (460 words)

 DIABLO BALLET   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
She has performed with the Los Angeles Classical Ballet, Connecticut Ballet and New York Theatre Ballet where she toured nationally and internationally and performed great works by Anthony Tudor.
Sheppard was a member of Oakland Ballet for four seasons dancing numerous principal and soloist roles and was also a guest artist with Ballet San Jose.
Some of her favorite ballets include Tudor’s Lilac Garden, Trey McIntyare’s Like a Samba and Dwight Rhoden’s Glory Fugue.
www.diabloballet.org /about_cynthia.html   (136 words)

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