Antonia Mercé, La Argentina

flamenco and the Spanish avant garde
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Wesleyan University Press, University Press of New England , [Middletown, Conn.], Hanover, N.H
Argentina, -- 1888-1936., Dancers -- Spain -- Biography., Flamenco -- S
StatementNinotchka Devorah Bennahum.
GenreBiography.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsGV1785.A673 B46 2000
The Physical Object
Paginationxvi, 248 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL23008713M
ISBN 100819563838
LC Control Number99035663

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Antonia Mercé, stage-named La Argentina, was the most celebrated Spanish dancer of the early 20th century.

Her intensive musical and theatrical collaborations with members of the Spanish vanguard -- Manuel de Falla, Frederico García Lorca, Enrique Granados, Néstor de la Torre, Joaquín Nín, and with renowned Andalusian Gypsy dancers -- reflect her importance as an artistic symbol for.

Antonia Merce, stage-named La Argentina, was the most celebrated Spanish dancer of the early 20th century. Her intensive musical and theatrical collaborations with members of the Spanish vanguard -- Manuel de Falla, Frederico Garcia Lorca, Enrique Granados, Nestor de la Torre, Joaquin Nin, and with renowned Andalusian Gypsy dancers -- reflect her importance as an artistic symbol for 3/5(1).

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‎Antonia Mercé, stage-named La Argentina, was the most celebrated Spanish dancer of the early 20th century.

Her intensive musical and theatrical collaborations with members of the Spanish vanguard -- Manuel de Falla, Frederico García Lorca, Enrique Granados, Néstor de la Torre, Joaquín Nín, and with. Antonia Mercé, stage-named La Argentina, was the most celebrated Spanish dancer of the early 20th century.

Her intensive musical and theatrical collaborations with members of the Spanish vanguard -- Manuel de Falla, Frederico García Lorca, Enrique Granados, Néstor de la Torre, Joaquín Nín, and with renowned Andalusian Gypsy dancers Título: Antonia Mercé "La Argentina".

Epistolario Autor: Idoia Murga Castro (dir.), Blanca Gómez Cifuentes, Mª José González Ribot, Raquel López Fernández y Alejandro Coello Hernández Lugar: Madrid Fecha: Editor: Centro de Documentación de las Artes Escénicas y de la. La Argentina was born Antonia Merci to her dancer parents Manuel Merci [Andalusian] and dancer Josefina Luque [Castilian].

She learned to dance from her father at the age of four and by nine debuted with the Royal Opera Theater in Madrid, Spain. At the age of fourteen she retired from Ballet after her father died and started training with her mother in her native Spanish dances.

Antonia Mercé y Luque, de nombre artístico La Argentina (Buenos Aires, 4 de septiembre de — Bayona, 18 de julio de ) fue una bailarina y coreógrafa española, nacida en Argentina mientras sus padres estaban de gira artística.

Se le ha dado el mérito de tender un puente entre el neoclasicismo y el vanguardismo en el baile español y haber sido la gran renovadora de la danza. About Press Copyright Contact us Creators Advertise Developers Terms Privacy Policy & Safety How YouTube works Test new features Press Copyright Contact us Creators.

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Antonia Merce, stage-named La Argentina, was the most celebrated Spanish dancer of the early 20th century. Her intensive musical and theatrical collaborations with members of the Spanish vanguard -- Manuel de Falla, Frederico Garcia Lorca, Enrique Granados, Nestor de la Torre, Joaquin Nin, and with renowned Andalusian Gypsy dancers -- reflect her importance as an artistic symbol for.

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Antonina Rodrigo recoge en este libro las voces de catorce mujeres luchadoras en diversos campos de la vida pública que, sumados conjuntamente, sustentan, en gran parte el auge del progreso femenino. Ellas fueron las pioneras del cambio más importante que se está plasmando en los primeros años del siglo XXI.

En sus páginas viven dos actrices y una bailarina (María Casares, Margarita.

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