“Photo of the ballerina Sofia Fedorova (1879-1963) costumed as the slave Hita with unidentified children in the choreographer Alexander Gorsky’s (1871-1924) revival of the choreographer Marius Petipa (1818-1910) and the composer Cesare Pugni’s (1902-1870) ballet The Pharaoh’s Daughter.” Marius Petipa, Cesar Pugni, Fedorova 1879 1963, Vintage Ballerinas, Dance History, Ballerinas Sofia, Alexander Gorsky, Pugni 1902 1870, Sofia Fedorova
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The grave of Marie Taglioni, covered in ballet-slippers in Cimetière Montmartre, Paris. Marie Taglioni was the daughter of the Italian choreographer Filippo Taglioni. Her slender figure lived up to the romantic idea of a perfect body and would become the leading ballerina of the romantic era.