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Sun 9 Oct 1932, 9.00pm, Mercury Theatre, London

The Garden

Choreographer: Susan Salaman
Composer: Herbert Murrill
Music note: Danced to live music

Performers

Man Walter Gore
Woman Prudence Hyman
Woman Andrée Howard
Snake Pearl Argyle
Piano Charles Lynch
Performance note: The programme lists alternative dancers as the Woman without specifying who danced at this performance: Hyman or Howard. Both are listed here.

Prelude in B minor (Rachmaninov); Prelude in G major (Rachmaninov)

Music note: Musical interlude between dances

Performers

Piano Charles Lynch

L'Après-midi d'un faune

Choreographer: Vaslav Nijinsky
Composer: Claude Debussy
Music note: Danced to live music

Performers

The Faun William Chappell
Nymph Pearl Argyle
Nymph Cecily Graye
Other Nymph Andrée Howard
Other Nymph Prudence Hyman
Other Nymph Elisabeth Schooling
Other Nymph Betty Cuff
Other Nymph Susette Morfield
Other Nymph Joan Benthall
Piano Charles Lynch
Performance note: The programme lists alternative dancers as the principal Nymph without specifying who danced at this performance: Argyle or Graye. Both are listed here.

Foyer de Danse

Choreographer: Frederick Ashton
Composer: Lord Berners
Premiere type: World premiere
Music note: Danced to live music

Performers

L'Etoile Alicia Markova
Le Maître de Ballet Frederick Ashton
Coryphée Andrée Howard
Coryphée Prudence Hyman
Coryphée Betty Cuff
Coryphée Elisabeth Schooling
Coryphée Susette Morfield
Coryphée Elizabeth Ruxton
Un Abonné Walter Gore
Piano Charles Lynch

Le Spectre de la Rose

Choreographer: Michel Fokine
Composer: Carl Maria von Weber
Music note: Danced to live music

Performers

A Young Girl Prudence Hyman
A Young Girl Pearl Argyle
The Rose Harold Turner
Piano Charles Lynch
Performance note: The programme lists alternative dancers as the Young Girl without specifying who danced at this performance: Hyman or Argyle. Both are listed here.

American Sailor (from 'Les Matelots')

Choreographer: Léonide Massine
Composer: Georges Auric
Premiere type: Rambert premiere
Music note: Danced to live music

Performers

Dancer Walter Gore
Piano Charles Lynch

The Shepherd's Wooing (from 'The Gods go a-begging')

Choreographer: George Balanchine
Composer: George Frideric Handel
Music note: Danced to live music

Performers

Dancer Pearl Argyle
Dancer Andrée Howard
Dancer William Chappell
Piano Charles Lynch
Performance note: The programme lists alternative female soloists without specifying who danced at this performance: Argyle or Howard. Both are listed here.

The Tartans (Dances on a Scottish Theme)

Choreographer: Frederick Ashton
Composer: William Boyce
Music note: Danced to live music

Performers

The Lassie Alicia Markova
Her Lad Frederick Ashton
Her Lad Antony Tudor
Piano Charles Lynch
Source: Programme for 9 October 1932 (evening) in the Rambert Archive
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