Maud Allan, part III: Two years of triumph 1908–1909

@inproceedings{Cherniavsky1983MaudAP,
  title={Maud Allan, part III: Two years of triumph 1908–1909},
  author={F{\'e}lix Cherniavsky},
  year={1983}
}
Ever since Duncanism has created schools with its danced poems and music, scarcely a season passes by without the appearance of a new star in the sky of modern choreography. This season's star is Maud Allan, a first-hand student and apprentice of Duncan, but who now has become a strong rival of her teacher, having appeared with great success in the various capitals of Europe. But Maud Allan's art has nothing to do with what one would call "dancing" in the parlance of the classical ballet. For… CONTINUE READING