Family name, INITIAL(S) (of the choreographer). Year of première. Title. [Date seen and where].
Ashton, F. 1940. Dante sonata, The Royal Ballet. [Performance viewed 10 July 2004, Lincoln Centre, New York].
Family name, INITIAL(S) (of the director/producer). dir./prod. (depending on whether director or producer) Year published or first transmission. Title of video or programme. [Type of medium, eg video]. Production company or Publisher [further details to identify dance works].
Lockyer, B. dir. 1979. Sadler's Wells Royal Ballet. [Video for television transmission]. BBC TV in association with R.M. Productions Munich [Les Patineurs, Ashton; Pineapple Poll, Cranko].
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