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Ballet in three parts with choreography by Balanchine, music by Stravinsky, and lighting by R. Bates. Premiered 31 Mar. 1966 by New York City Ballet, at the State Theater in New York, with Farrell. A plotless work set to Stravinsky's Variations for Orchestra, which is played three times for three different groups of dancers, the first comprising twelve women, the second six men, and the third one ballerina.

Subjects: Dance.


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