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Rolandus Ioannes Wiley (natus in California 27 Ianuarii 1942) est musicologus et scriptor Americanus.

Alitus in Nivata, litteris in Universitate Stanfordiensi studuit (B.A. in musica cum laude in ductione chorali). Anno 1967, post militiam in Vietnamia meritam, litteris sub Ioanne Milton Ward in Universitate Harvardiana studere coepit, ubi thesin doctoralem de Lacu Cygnorum Petri Tchaikovski anno 1974 confecit, Ph.D. adferens. Eodem anno, praeceptor in Universitate Michiganiae fuit, et professor recentius factus est.

Sua studia, quae graves res de historia formaque complurium pantomimorum—in eorum numero Nutcracker,? Pulchra Dormienti, Lacu Cygnorum, et aliis temporis Petipae pantomimis—in lucem protulerunt, recentiores exsecutiones Nutcracker? (P. Schaufuss, London Festival Ballet, 1986), Lacu Cygnorum (A. Dowell, Royal Ballet, 1986), et aliorum operum classicorum impulerunt.

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  • Wiley, Roland John. 1974. "Tchaikovsky's Swan lake: The First Productions in Moscow and St. Petersburg." Ph.D. dissertatio, Harvard University.
  • Wiley, Roland John. 1976. "Dances from Russia: An Introduction to the Sergejev Collection." Harvard Library Bulletin 24(1).
  • Wiley, Roland John, et Malcolm Hamrick Brown. 1985. Slavonic and Western Music: Essays for Gerald Abraham. Russian Music Studies, 12. UMI Research Press. ISBN 978-0835715942.
  • Wiley, Roland John. (1990) 2008. A Century of Russian Ballet. Dance Books Ltd. ISBN 978-1852731205.
  • Wiley, Roland John. 1991. A Century of Russian Ballet: Documents and Eyewitness Accounts, 1810–1910. Oxford University Press. ISBN 978-0193164161.
  • Wiley, Roland John. 1991. Tchaikovsky's Ballets: Swan Lake, Sleeping Beauty, Nutcracker. Oxford University Press. ISBN 978-0198162490.
  • Wiley, Roland John. 1997. The Life and Ballets of Lev Ivanov: Choreographer of The Nutcracker and Swan Lake. Oxford University Press. ISBN 978-0198165675.
  • Wiley, Roland John. 2009. Tchaikovsky. Oxford University Press. ISBN 978-0-19-536892-5.

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