These resources are available in the Music and Dance Library (HBLL 4th floor).
The Royal Danish Ballet by Svend Kragh-Jacobsen''Den Kongelige Danske Ballet,'' Mr. Kragh-Jacobsen's history of the Royal Danish Ballet, published in Copenhagen in 1952, is still considered the most important scholarly work on that company.
Call Number: MD 1786 .K65 K72 1955
The Bournonville school by Kirsten RalovPart of the legacy left by the great Danish dancer, choreographer, and teacher August Bournonville ( 1805 - 1879) was a series of six complete classes, one for every day of the dancer's working week. These classes, which form the basis of the Bournonville style, and which are still part of the training programme of the Royal Danish Ballet, are here published for the first time, edited and with a detailed commentary by the Bournonville expert Kirsten Ralov.