- Title Pages
- Prologue with Letter from Alicia Alonso
16Cuban Revolution Triumphs—and Invests in Ballet!
17Constructing Ballet Schools, Extending the Revolution
18International Recognition Abroad, at Home, on Film, and in Print
Appendix ADance Magazine Interview
Appendix BLa danza eterna Interview
Appendix CAddress to the Assemblée Internationale, Toronto
Appendix DPrizes Awarded to Cuban National Ballet Dancers, 1964–1974
Appendix ESelected BNC-Commissioned Repertoire Works, 1959–1974
Appendix FElementary, Middle Ballet, and National Arts Schools
Appendix GProposal on Ballet
Appendix HRevolutionary Government Statute to Guarantee National Ballet and Law 812
- (p.114) 20 Révérence
- Fernando Alonso
- University Press of Florida
Fernando speaks about his current life as a coach, repetiteur, and lecturer, and his daily routine, travels, family time, and what he values most in life.
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