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Goley (1982) developed the LP assessment using the four temperament styles to help teachers determine student-learning preferences.
Rainey has performed principal roles in Agon, Four Temperaments, Company B, Carmina Burana, Romeo and Juliet, David Parsons' Mood Swing, Kevin O'Day's Col Legno, Peter Martins' Fearful Symmetries and Alvin Ailey's The River, among others.
Christopher Barksdale, a dancer whose acute musicality and ability to inhabit roles ranging from Phlegmatic in Balanchine's Four Temperaments to a drunk in Donald McKayle's Hey Hey I'm Going to Kansas City, ended his 21-year career with Kansas City Ballet on May 10.
Bolender cast him in his own roles in Balanchine's Four Temperaments and the revival of Renard.
For example, about The Four Temperaments she writes, "My own favorite adjustments to the aerial arabesque are the ones that the Sanguinic couple does.
She has shone in the haunting La Valse, the showier Pas de Dix, and the moody angles of Four Temperaments.
I remember one night I was doing my makeup before performing The Four Temperaments, and I had an hour to kill so I started to read an article for my Performing the Political class.
His farewell performance included an exquisite interpretation of the Phlegmatic in Balanchine's The Four Temperaments and an evocative duet with his lifelong friend and colleague Laurent Hilaire in Angelin Preljocaj's Un Trait d'Union (The Hyphen).
It really started with The Four Temperaments (1946), which, more than 50 years ago, I dubbed "neoclassical abstract-expressionist.
We chatted a little about him as a person and as a dancer/choreographer, the astonishing ballon he showed as the sole male dancer in Balanchine's Danses Concertantes, the influence he had on Balanchine's "grotesqueries," particularly in The Four Temperaments and Agon, and Todd's own choreography, such as The Still Point, which Jacques had danced with Melissa Hayden in New York City Ballet's 1956 staging, a year after its creation at Jacob's Pillow.
He originated Phlegmatic in Four Temperaments, the male role in the first Pas de Trois in Agon, and the Fox in the childlike farce Renard.
Lawrence, 1982) extended type and Keirseian temperament theory by describing prominent learning styles exhibited by students displaying these four temperament types.