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Apollon, Orpheus, Agon ou les étapes d’un cheminement spirituel Une nouvelle interprétation de la trilogie grecque de Stravinsky et Balanchine d’après une idée de Kirstein, à travers une perspective interdisciplinaire

Abstract : The three Greek ballets of Stravinsky and Balanchine come together around the agonism – which finds its origin in agôn, in Greek « contest » − that we define as conciliation between the Apollonian and the Dionysian. We attempt to demonstrate how the ballet expresses the search of a balance between the Apollonian and the Dionysian qualities, essence of the trilogy, by its representation and its dramaturgy. For that, we suggest an interdisciplinary methodology that takes into account all the artistic forms in these ballets. A supporting document is included with the dissertation. It deals with the representation and the writing of movement as well as discussing the various material elements which lead to the study of the ballet – video recording, DVD, drawing, photography, screen capture, choreographic score, introduced in this work By revealing the deep truths of the trilogy, we suggest a new interpretation and production of it.
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Charlotte Riom. Apollon, Orpheus, Agon ou les étapes d’un cheminement spirituel Une nouvelle interprétation de la trilogie grecque de Stravinsky et Balanchine d’après une idée de Kirstein, à travers une perspective interdisciplinaire. Musique, musicologie et arts de la scène. Université Paris IV Sorbonne, 2010. Français. ⟨tel-02073311⟩

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