Chapman, John V.
March 1987
Dance Research;Spring1987, Vol. 5 Issue 1, p3
Academic Journal
The article profiles the life and contribution of Pierre Gardel to the Paris Opéra. Gardel was born in Nancy during the rule of Louis XV and has been introduced by his brother Maximilien Gardel, a leading dancer in the honored Opéra. He has been making his Opéra debut when Auguste Vestris became his famous interpreter. Gardel held the reign of power for three decades in the Paris Opéra.


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