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Subject: "Mini-poll results on most creative decade for British dance" Archived thread - Read only
 
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Bruce Madmin

03-07-00, 08:57 PM (GMT)
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"Mini-poll results on most creative decade for British dance"
 
   Catching up here on some old results... do feel free to respond with your own thoughts of course.


Balletco Poll

Which decade do you think was most creative for ballet and dance in Britain?



30s: 35.3%


60s: 29.4%


70s: 13.7%


90s: 7.8%


40s: 5.9%


50s: 3.9%


80s: 3.9%

by CgiScripts.Net

         

Poll: Which decade do you think was most creative for ballet and dance in Britain?

29 May 2000


Well I'll warrant that few of us can remember ballet in the 30's!

But like the majority I think it was the time when British ballet was effectively defined - its our roots. And while we bicker, squabble and complain at times we have so much to be thankful for in our traditions.

The 60's of course was when ballet was very much in the wider publics imagination - Fonteyn and Nureyev and all that. Plus the choreography of both Ashton and MacMillan. I have to say I wish I had been there then.


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