Apollo Musagetes (Apollo, Leader of the Muses; Fr. Apollon Musagète). Ballet in 2 scenes by Stravinsky, scored for str. (1927–8). (Prod. Washington, Paris, London, 1928.) Choreog. Adolph Bolm for Washington, Balanchine for Paris (Diaghilev).
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