Moulin Rouge is the first title in the new series Memoires of the Music Hall. As much of a Parisian symbol as the Eiffel Tower itself, the Moulin Rouge was the site of much of the intrigue, madness, and decadence of the Belle Epoque. Cradle of vice, birthplace of the cancan, this institution of unparalleled charm and ostentation flaunts a rich history that ranges from La Goulue, Toulouse-Lautrec, and Mistinguett to Lisette Malidor and Janet Jackson. This precious book offers a trip through the cycles of the windmill, ending in today¹s Moulin Rouge, whose spectacular revues remain faithful to the spirit of Parisian entertainment.
- Hardcover: 79 pages
- Language: English
- Product Dimensions: 6.4 x 0.5 x 8.9 inches