Con la R de…

Rudolph, the red-nosed reindeeeeer…

Raymonda. Ahora dicen que lo más bonito de todo el ballet -el grand pas– no lo compuso Glazunov. Vaya chasco.

Rond de jambe en l’air. Tanto escribió Bournonville el nombre de este paso, que terminó poniendo en sus cuadernos “r.j.” [el dato es real].

Rogers, Ginger. Pregunta: “¿Quién baila aún mejor que Fred Astaire?” Respuesta: “Sólo Ginger Rogers, porque hace los mismos pasos… ¡pero hacia atrás!”.

Révérance. Jamás, en mis clases, he terminado con un port de bras. O me falta tiempo, o me sobran saltos.

Rooms. Lo vi porque me obligaron, tal era mi desconocimiento de la obra de Anna Sokolov.

Robbins, Jerome. Mucho y variado.

Rocío Jurado. La más grande.

Rosa (Adagio de la). Esta maravilla es lo que parodiaba brillantemente el enlace de mi post anterior.

Random. O sea, aleatorio. Como mi alfabeto.

Rudolph, the red-nosed reindeeeeer…

Raymonda. I read that the most beautiful part of the ballet -the grand pas– wasn’t composed by Glazunov. Too bad.

Rond de jambe en l’air. Bournonville wrote this word so many times, that he decided to write in his notebooks, “r.j.” [this is real].

Rogers, Ginger. Question: “Who danced even better than Fred Astaire?” Answer: “Only Ginger Rogers, because she danced the same steps… but moving backwards!”.

Révérance. I have never finished any of my classes with a port de bras. Either the class is too short, or there’re too many jump combinations.

Rooms. I saw it because I was forced to, such was my ignorance about Anna Sokolow‘s work.

Robbins, Jerome.  So much work, so different one from another.

Rocío Jurado. The best.

Rose (Adagio). It’s what was caricaturized in the link of my previous post.

Random. Like my alphabet.

* Image Fred Astaire & Ginger Rogers in The Gay Divorcee (1934) © unknown photographer.
* Image from the book Rudolph the red-nosed reindeer (1939) from http://www.todayifoundout.com

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