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Massine, Léonide Fédorovitch Line breaks: Léo|nide Fé¦doro|vitch Mas|sine
Pronunciation: /maˈsiːn/

Definition of Massine, Léonide Fédorovitch in English:

( 1895–1979), US choreographer and ballet dancer, born in Russia; born Leonid Fyodorovich Myasin. He was the originator of the symphonic ballet, and danced in and choreographed the film The Red Shoes (1948).

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