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Anonymous Greek journalist: Miss Duncan's performance at the Municipal TheatreAthens, 1903 

AshtonFrederick 

BakstLeon 

BalanchineGeorge

BenoisAlexander

BourdelleEmile-Antoine 

Bynner, Witter  

CarrièreEugène 

Clarà, José   

CleanthisAngelos

Cocteau, Jean  

Collier, John 

CraigEdward Gordon

D'Annunzio, Gabriele: Duncan, Isadora: My life. New York, Boni and Liveright, 1927.

de MilleAgnes

Desti, Mary: Isadora the artist & Isadora’s death

de Valois, Dame Ninette

Divoire, Fernand: A tribute to Isadora

Divoire, Fernand: On the performance of Irma Duncan

du Costal, Guy Robert 

Dumesnil, Maurice: An amazing journey, Isadora Duncan in South America. London, Jarrolds, 1933.

Duse, Eleonora: Isadora after the death of her children

E. A.-B.

Eastman, Max 

EkelundVilhelm

FaureElie 

FokineMichail

Fokine, Michel: Isadora, beauty and expressiveness

Gorki, Maxim 

Jowitt, Deborah: The search for motion

Kanellos, Vassos: Ancient Greek orchesis and Isadora Duncan. Athens, 1966. 

KarsavinaTamara

Karsavina, Tamara: Isadora Duncan and ballet

Kathleen, Lady Kennet

Kaufman Anspacher, Louis: From “Invocation”

Kendall, Elizabeth: Europe and Isadora

LagerlöfSelma

LevertinOscar

LopokovaLydia

MackayePercy

Marty, AndréOn Isadora’s performance at the Gaîté-Lyrique theatre in Paris, 1909

NeisAchilles

NijinskaBronislava

NijinskyVaslav

Newman, Ernest: She found dancing an art: she will leave it a language

Palmer-SikelianosEva

PhiladelpheusAlexander

PowysJohn Cowper

Rimsky-KorsakovNikolai

RodinAuguste

Saint-DenisRuth

SandburgCarl

Sachs, Curt

SeroffVictor

SokolovVladimir

Sorel, Cécile

SpringarnJoel Elias

StanislavskiConstantin

StrindbergAugust

Terry, Walter: The rebellion - Isadora Duncan

UntermeyerLouis

Van Vechten, Carl: The Merry-Go-Round. New York, Alfred A. Knopf, 1918.

Vashentseva, Yulia: Isadora teaching

VokosGerasimos

YeatsJohn Butler 

 

 

 

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      The harmony of music exists equally with the harmony of movement.

 

Der Tanz der Zukunft (The dance of the future). Leipzig, Diederichs, 1903.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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