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Les Sylphides & Giselle

Les Sylphides & Giselle


Adam:

Giselle

Studio Performance, Transmitted 3 November 1958

Nadia Nerina, Nicolai Fadeyechev, Niels Bjørn Larsen, Lydia Sokolova & Margaret Hill

Chopin:

Les Sylphides

Studio Performance, Transmitted 3 April 1953

Svetlana Beriosova, Violetta Elvin, Alicia Markova & John Field


These two valuable studio performances comprise rare archive material featuring internationally renowned dancers released for the first time on DVD.

Les Sylphides, introduced by one of the founders of modern British ballet, Tamara Karsavina, is one of the earliest examples of a complete filmed ballet in the BBC archives.

The production boasts a stellar cast, including Alicia Markova, Prima Ballerina Assoluta and Founder and President of English National Ballet.

Markova, invited by Diaghilev to join his Ballet Russes at just fourteen, was the first British dancer to become the principal dancer of a ballet company. Svetlana Beriosova became a prima ballerina at Sadlers Wells in 1955, and Violetta Elvin, one of the Bolshoi’s most promising talents was often seen as Fonteyn’s closest rival.

Giselle, one of the most popular ballets from the Romantic era, features Nadia Nerina in the title role. Renowned as the best technician at Covent Garden in the 1950s and 1960s, Nerina was famous for her acrobatic lifts.

New York Times critic on Nerina: “She is as pretty as a picture, has great charm and can dance like a million dollars.....we shall all be fighting to drink champagne out of her slippers!"

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Sound format: Ambient Mastering

Picture format: 4:3

Running time: 92’

Subtitles: F/G

Menu languages: English

Booklet languages: E/F/G

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ica classics Legacy - ICAD5030

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Prokofiev: Cinderella, Op. 87

Prokofiev: Cinderella, Op. 87


Elisha Willis (Cinderella), Iain Mackay (The Prince), Gaylene Cummerfield (Skinny), Carol-Anne Millar (Dumpy), Marion Tait (Cinderella’s Stepmother) & Victoria Marr (The Fairy Godmother)

Birmingham Royal Ballet & Royal Ballet Sinfonia, Koen Kessels

Director and Choreographer: David Bintley

Set and Costume Designer: John F. Macfarlane

Birmingham Royal Ballet’s award-winning chief choreographer, David Bintley, creates his own stunning new Cinderella fairy story, returning to the essence of the 17th-century original.

Elisha Willis’s forlorn and palely loitering Cinders is brutally treated by her two bullying stepsisters in their mouldering kitchen, encouraged by their wicked witch of a mother, the wonderfully Cruella De Vil-like Marion Tait. The sisters, Skinny (Gaylene Cummerfield) and Dumpy (Carol-Anne Millar, having fun in a fat suit) tread a nimble line between comedy and nastiness, while never descending to caricature. Their raucous behaviour, as they attempt to attract the attention of every eligible bachelor they see, is brought to life with hilariously faulty footwork. And the regal revelling at the ball is given a modern edge as the dancers enjoy a cup cake or two. But the show is made truly heartwarming through the vision of Cinderella’s suffering being transformed into deserved joy as she meets her Prince and lives happily ever after.

Designer John Macfarlane has conjured up a magical world to bring this much loved fairytale to life. After a terrific opening, he transforms the potently grim kitchen into a dream-like, star-speckled fantasia-cum nightmare: a giant friendly frog and a pair of lively lizards help dress Cinderella for the ball; the glittering carriage, like spun sugar, folds itself together; and Cinderella vanishes at the stroke of midnight through the whirring mechanism of a simply amazing clock. The piece ends with a vast celestial body melting on to the stage.

Koen Kessels draws splendid playing from the Royal Ballet Sinfonia.

“This Cinderella is a theatrical banquet for the eyes” THE TELEGRAPH

Approx Duration: 109 mins

Picture format: NTSC 16:9

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Region Code: All regions

Audio: Dolby 2.0 Stereo + 5.1 Surround sound

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Prokofiev: Ivan The Terrible

Prokofiev: Ivan The Terrible

Live Recording from The Opéra National de Paris, 2003


Nicolas Le Riche (Ivan), Eleonora Abbagnato (Anastasia) & Karl Paquette (Kurbsky)

Le Corps de Ballet and Opéra National de Paris, Vello Pähn (conductor) & Yuri Grigorovich (stage director)

Set & Costume Design by Simon Virsaladzé

Choreography by Yuri Grigorovich

Arthaus presents one of the most fascinating choreographies to have emerged from Russia during the last decades: Yuri Grigorovich’s original ballet dramatizing Ivan the Terrible‘s reign as Czar of Russia. Choreographed to Sergei Prokofiev‘s score for Eisenstein‘s famous film on the same topic, this ballet in two acts was premiered in Moscow in 1975 at the Bolshoi Theatre. Greeted with enthusiasm in New York in the same year, it continued its success with Western audiences when Grigorovich was invited to stage Ivan the Terrible at the Paris Opéra in 1976, making it an essential part of the company’s repertoire.

This production features the amazing star of the Paris Ballet, Nicolas Le Riche, one of the foremost dancers of today, in the title role. Famous all over the world for his elegant strength, the beauty of his expression and the musicality of his movements, he has created leading roles for choreographers such as Rudolf Nureyev, Mats Ek and John Neumeier.

Using the music composed by Sergei Prokofiev for the celebrated two-part film epic by Sergei Eisenstein entitled “Ivan Grozny” as a starting point, Yuri Grigorovich choreographed a fresco on the life of the Russian people and lent it inspiration with the deadly love story of the tsar and his first wife, Anastasia, beneath the dark gaze of the traitor Kurbsky. In this work sensitive classical and powerful character dance blend together to create a lyrical epic, rich in the colours of medieval Russia.

Sound Format: PCM Stereo, DD 5.0, DTS 5.0

Picture Format: 16:9

DVD Format: DVD 9, NTSC

Running Time: 114 mins

FSK: 6

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Great Stars of Russian Ballet Vol. 3

Great Stars of Russian Ballet Vol. 3

Historic Performances 1972 - 1992


1. Le Corsaire: Pas de deux (7:44)

Music: Adolphe Adam; Choreography: Marius Petipa

Dancers: Ludmila Vasilieva and Ivan Korneev / 1992

2. Raymonda: Act II – Grand pas d’action (3:53)

Music: Alexander Glazunov; Choreography: Marius Petipa

Solo Dancers: Lyubov Kunakova and Redjep Abdiev / 1983

3. The Legend (9:02)

Music: G. B. Pergolesi; Choreography: Yuri Vetrov

Dancers: Nina Timofeeva and Yuri Vetrov / 1981

4. Creation of the World (8:05)

Music: Andrey Petrov; Choreography: Natalia Kasatkina and Vladimir Vasilev

Lead Dancers: Ekaterina Maximova and Stanislav Issaev / 1981

5. The Sleeping Beauty (8:33)

Music: P. I. Tchaikovsky; Choreography: Marius Petipa

Dancers: Tatyana Tayakina and Valery Kovtun / 1976

6. Le Spectre de la Rose (7:31)

Music: C. M. von Weber; Choreography: Mikhail Fokine

Dancers: Valeria Tsoi and Vladimir Malakhov / 1991

7. Straussiana (7:20)

Music: Johann Strauss II; Choreography: Vladimir Burmeister

Dancers: Lilia Trunina and Oleg Mikrashevsky / 1975

8. Nocturne (4:40)

Music: P. I. Tchaikovsky; Choreography: Valentin Elizarev

Dancers: Maya Plisetskaya and Anatoly Verdishev / 1975

9. Adagio (6:24)

Music: Sergei Rachmaninoff; Choreography: Yuri Vetrov

Dancers: Nina Timofeeva and Aleksei Lazarev / 1980

10. Serenata notturna (8:43)

Music: W. A. Mozart; Choreography: Natalia Kasatkina and Vladimir Vasilev

Dancers: Nadezhda Saidakova and Vladimir Malakhov / 1991

11. The Flower Festival in Genzano (7:50)

Music: Edvard Helsted; Choreography: August Bournonville

Dancers: Tatyana Paliy and Vladimir Malakhov / 1991

12. Grand Pas Classique (9:00)

Music: Daniel Auber; Choreography: Victor Gzovsky

Dancers: Vera Timashova and Alexander Gorbatsevich / 1992

13. Don Quixote: Pas de deux (6:52)

Music: Ludwig (Léon) Minkus; Choreography: Marius Petipa

Dancers: Ekaterina Maximova and Vladimir Vasiliev / 1972


A series of spectacular performances of ballet classics and modern works. The third volume includes Nocturne (Plisetskaya and Verdishev), Don Quixote (Maximova and Vasiliev), The Flower Festival in Genzano (Paliy and Malakhov), Grand Pas Classique (Timashova and Gorbatsevich), and much more. Historic performances, 1972-1992. 97 minutes, color, mono, 4:3, All regions.

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Great Stars of Russian Ballet Vol. 4

Great Stars of Russian Ballet Vol. 4

Historic Performances 1958 - 1992


1. Spartacus: Act I Finale (6:37)

Music: Aram Khachaturian; Choreography: Yuri Grigorovich

Solo Dancer: Vladimir Vasiliev / 1972

2. Gayne: Pas de deux (4:52)

Music: Aram Khatchaturian; Choreography: Aleksei Chichinadze

Dancers: Margarita Drozdova and Vadim Tedeev / 1975

3. The Duel (5:33)

Music: Valery Gavrilin; Choreography: Boris Eifman

Dancers: Valentina Morozova and Andrei Gordeev / 1987

4. Spanish Dance (3:39)

Music: Jules Massenet; Choreography: Vitaliy Timofeev

Dancers: NinaTimofeeva and Valery Anisimov / 1981

5. Swan Lake: Act III – Black Swan pas de deux (10:03)

Music: P.I. Tchaikovsky; Choreography: Marius Petipa and Lev Ivanov

Dancers: Tatyana Tayakina and Valery Kovtun / 1977

6. The Fountain of Bakhchisarai (6:24)

Music: Boris Asafyev; Choreography: Pyotr Gusev

Dancers: Irina Kolpakova and Gennady Selutsky / 1981

7. Le Corsaire: Pas de deux (7:19)

Music: Adolphe Adam; Choreography: Marius Petipa

Dancers: Nadezhda Gracheva and Alexander Vetrov / 1992

8. Grand Pas Classique (9:01)

Music: Daniel Auber; Choreography: Victor Gzovsky

Dancers: Tatyana Paliy and Vladimir Malakhov / 1991

9. Raymonda: Grand Pas classique hongrois (5:08)

Music: Alexander Glazunov; Choreography: Marius Petipa

Solo Dancers: Gabriela Komleva and Evgeny Neff / 1983

10. Ivan the Terrible (9:13)

Music: Sergei Prokofiev; Choreography: Yuri Grigorovich

Dancers: Natalia Bessmertnova and Yuri Vladimirov / 1978

11. La Esmeralda: Pas de deux (5:55)

Music: Cesare Pugni; Choreography: Marius Petipa

Dancers: Tatyana Tayakina and Valery Kovtun / 1976

12. Romeo and Juliet: Balcony Scene (4:47)

Music: Sergei Prokofiev; Choreography: Yuri Grigorovich

Dancers: Nadezhda Gracheva and Yuri Vasyuchenko / 1992

13. Leda and the Swan (10:59)

Music: Gustave Mahler; Choreography: Natalia Kasatkina and Vladimir Vasilev

Dancers: Ludmila Vasilieva and Vladimir Malakhov / 1991

14. Don Quixote: Pas de deux (8:00)

Music: Ludwig (Léon) Minkus; Choreography: Alexander Gorsky, after Petipa

Dancers: Lyudmila Semenyaka and Mikhail Baryshnikov / 1968


The fourth volume in this series of spectacular performances includes Spartacus (Vasiliev), Don Quixote (Semenyaka and Baryshnikov), Swan Lake - Black Swan pas de deux (Tayakina and Kovtun), The Fountain of Bakhchisarai (Kolpakova and Selutsky), and much more. Historic performances, 1968-1992. 95 minutes, color, mono, 4:3, All regions.

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Great Stars of Russian Ballet Vol. 1

Great Stars of Russian Ballet Vol. 1

Historic Performances 1971 - 1983


1. The Dying Swan (3:27)

Music: Camille Saint-Saëns;

Choreography: Mikhail Fokine

Dancer: Maya Plisetskaya / 1975

2. Mazurka (3:02)

Music: Alexander Scriabin;

Choreography: Kasyan Goleizovsky

Dancer: Ekaterina Maximova / 1972

3. Melody: Pas de deux (3:44)

Music: C. W. Gluck;

Choreography: Asaf Messerer

Dancers: Marina Kondratiyev and Maris Liepa / 1978

4. Le Bayadère: Pas de deux (10:58)

Music: Ludwig (Léon) Minkus;

Choreography: Marius Petipa

Dancers: Nadezhda Pavlova and Vyacheslav Gordeeev / 1979

5. Swan Lake: Act II - Pas de deux (7:00)

Music: P. I. Tchaikovsky;

Choreography: Marius Petipa and Lev Ivanov

Dancers: Maya Plisetskaya and Valery Kovtun / 1973

6. Swan Lake: Act III - Black Swan pas de deux (9:32)

Music: P. I. Tchaikovsky;

Choreography: Marius Petipa and Lev Ivanov

Dancers: Maya Plisetskaya and Valery Kovtun / 1973

7. Narcissus and Echo – Solo (4:50)

Music: Nikolai Tcherepnin;

Choreography: Kasyan Goleizovsky

Dancer: Vladimir Vasiliev / 1971

8. La Esmeralda: Pas de deux (6:59)

Music: Cesare Pugni;

Choreography: Agrippina Vaganova, after Petipa

Dancers: Tatyana Terekhova and Nikolay Kovmir / 1983

9. Don Quixote: Pas de deux (7:32)

Music: Ludwig (Léon) Minkus;

Choreography: Alexander Gorsky, after Petipa

Dancers: Nina Timofeeva and Alexander Godunov / 1976

10. Legend of Love: Pas de deux (5:30)

Music: Arif Melikov;

Choreography: Yury Grigorovich

Dancers: Lyudmila Semenyaka and Alexander Bogatirev / 1978

11. Romeo and Juliet: Pas de deux (13:29)

Music: Hector Berlioz;

Choreography: Maurice Béjart

Dancers: Ekaterina Maximova and Vladimir Vasiliev / 1979

12. Giselle: Act II - Pas de deux (11:21)

Music: Adolphe Adam;

Choreography: Marius Petipa, after Coralli and Perrot

Dancers: Tatyana Tayakina and Valery Kovtun / 1977

13. Le Corsaire: Pas de deux (6:05)

Music: Adolphe Adam;

Choreography: Marius Petipa

Dancers: Margarita Drozdova and Vadim Teleev / 1975


A series of spectacular performances of ballet classics and modern works. The first volume includes The Dying Swan (Plisetskaya), the Black Swan pas de deux from Swan Lake (Plisetskaya & Kovtun), the Béjart Romeo and Juliet (Maximova & Vasiliev), Don Quixote (Timofeeva & Godunov), and much more. Historic performances, 1971 – 1983. 95 minutes, color, mono, 4:3, All regions.

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Great Stars of Russian Ballet Vol. 2

Great Stars of Russian Ballet Vol. 2

Historic Performances 1955 - 1991


Vol. 2

1. The Sleeping Beauty: Rose Adagio (5:48)

Music: P.I. Tchaikovsky;

Choreography: Marius Petipa

Dancers: Maya Plisetskaya and Bolshoi dancers / 1977

2. Icarus (9:19)

Music: Sergei Slonimsky;

Choreography: Vladimir Vasiliev

Dancers: Ekaterina Maximova and Vladimir Vasiliev / 1978

3. La Esmeralda: Pas de deux (6:44)

Music: Cesare Pugni;

Choreography: Marius Petipa

Dancers: Nina Timofeeva and Yuri Vladimirov / 1976

4. Giselle: Act II – Pas de deux (3:44)

Music: Adolphe Adam;

Choreography: Marius Petipa, after Coralli and Perrot

Dancers: Ludmila Semenyaka and Mikhail Lavrovsky / 1978

5. Walpurgis Night (9:18)

Music: Charles Gounod;

Choreography: Leonid Lavrovsky

Solo Dancers: Ekaterina Maximova, Shamil Yagoudin,

Stanislav Vlasov / 1974

6. La Rose Malade (10:06)

Music: Gustave Mahler;

Choreography: Roland Petit

Dancers: Maya Plisetskaya and Valery Kovtun / 1978

7. Romeo and Juliet: Juliet’s Bedroom (4:53)

Music: Sergei Prokofiev;

Choreography: Leonid Lavrovsky

Dancers: Galina Ulanova and Yuri Zhdanov / 1955

8. Swan Lake: Act III - Black Swan pas de deux (9:31)

Music: P.I. Tchaikovsky;

Choreography: Yuri Grigorovich, after Petipa

Dancers: Natalia Bessmertnova and Alexander Bogatirev / 1983

9. Raymonda – Grand pas (3:09)

Music: Vladimir Glazunov;

Choreography: Marius Petipa

Solo Dancers: Irina Kolpakova and Vadim Semenov / 1976

10. The Flower Festival in Genzano (7:57)

Music: Edvard Helsted;

Choreography: August Bournonville

Dancers: Tatyana Tayakina and Valery Kovtun / 1977

11. La Sylphide: Pas de deux (5:22)

Music: Herman Løvenskiold;

Choreography: August Bournonville

Dancers: Irina Kolpakova and Sergei Berezhnoy / 1984

12. Angara River (3:58)

Music: Andrei Eshpai;

Choreography: Yuri Grigorovich

Dancers: Ludmila Semenyaka and Boris Akimov / 1979

13. Don Quixote: Gypsy Dance (2:59)

Music: Valery Zhelobinsky;

Choreography: Kasyan Goleizovsky

Dancer: Larisa Trembovelskaya / 1974

14. Don Quixote: Pas de deux (10:50)

Music: Ludwig (Léon) Minkus;

Choreography: Marius Petipa

Dancers: Ludmila Vasilieva and Ilgiz Galimullin / 1991


The second volume in this series of spectacular performances includes Icarus (Maximova & Vasiliev), Walpurgis Night (Maximova, Yagoudin, Vlasov), Raymonda (Kolpakova & Semenov), Don Quixote (Vaslieva & Galimullin), Black Swan pas de deux (Bessmertnova & Bogatirev), La rose malade (Plisetskaya & Kovtun), and much more. Historic performances, 1955 – 1991. 93 minutes, color, mono, 4:3, All regions.

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McGregor: Three Ballets

McGregor: Three Ballets


Richter, Max:

Infra

Leanne Benjamin, Ricardo Cervera, Yuhui Choe, Lauren Cuthbertson, Mara Galeazzi, Melissa Hamilton, Ryoichi Hirano, Paul Kay, Marianela Nuñez, Eric Underwood, Jonathan Watkins & Edward Watson

The Max Richter Quintet, Jonathan Haswell

Saariaho:

Limen

Leanne Benjamin, Yuhui Choe, Mara Galeazzi, Melissa Hamilton, Sarah Lamb, Marianela Nuñez, Leticia Stock, Akane Takada, Tristan Dyer, Paul Kay, Brian Maloney, Steven Mcrae, Ludovic Ondiviela, Eric Underwood & Edward Watson

Orchestra of the Royal Opera House, Barry Wordsworth

Talbot, J:

Chroma

Music: Joby Talbot , Jack White III

Federico Bonelli, Ricardo Cervera, Tamara Rojo, Mara GaleazzI, Sarah Lamb, Steven Mcrae, Laura Morera, Ludovic Ondiviela, Eric Underwood, Jonathan Watkins & Edward Watson

Orchestra of the Royal Opera House, Daniel Capps


The diversity of Wayne McGregor’s astonishing talent is demonstrated through Chroma, Infra and Limen, each created for The Royal Ballet, for whom he is resident choreographer. Intimate yet universal, light yet dark, frenetic yet lyrical, McGregor pursues his passion for exploring the inner workings of the human body and mind, his many-layered and beautiful dances providing visual, sensual and kinaesthetic stimulus for the viewer. Filmed in High Definition and recorded in true surround sound.

‘…Wayne McGregor's Infra: sumptuous beauty and shimmering possibility’ The Telegraph

Recorded live from the Royal Opera House

Infra: 13th & 14th November 2008

Chroma: 10th & 11th June 2010

Limen: 13th & 17th November 2009

Extra features:

Introductions by Wayne McGregor

Running time 98 mins

Region Code All regions

Picture format 16:9 Anamorphic

Sound format 2.0LPCM + 5.1(5.0) DTS

Menu languages EN

Subtitles FR/DE/ES

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Minkus: La Bayadère

Minkus: La Bayadère

Recorded live from the Royal Opera House, January 2009


Carlos Acosta (Solar), Marianela Nuñez (Gamzatti), Tamara Rojo (Nikiya), Gary Avis (The High Brahmin), Christopher Saunders (Rajah), Kenta Kura (Magdaveya) & Valeri Hristov (Solor’s Friend)

The Royal Ballet & The Orchestra of the Royal Opera House, Valeriy Ovsyanikov

Choreographer: Natalia Makarova

Marius Petipa’s exotic ballet, set in legendary India, is a story of love, death and vengeful judgement. Natalia Makarova’s sumptuous recreation of Petipa’s choreography, with atmospheric sets by Pier Luigi Samaritini and beautiful costumes by Yolanda Sonnabend, stars Tamara Rojo as the Bayadère (temple dancer) Nikiya, Carlos Acosta as Solor, and Marianela Nuñez as Gamzatti whose alluring presence challenges Solor’s love for Nikiya. Filmed in High Definition and recorded in true surround sound.

‘There wasn’t a single physical gesture that didn’t mean something, that didn’t speak of love trying and failing to blossom.’ The Daily Telegraph

Extra features:

Tamara Rojo on dancing La Bayadère

Leanne Cope and Francesca Filpi on the corps de ballet

Tamara Rojo and Carlos Acosta rehearse with Alexander Agadzhanov

Natalia Makarova on choreographing La Bayadère

Region Code All regions

Picture format 16:9 Anamorphic

Sound format 2.0LPCM + 5.1(5.0) DTS

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NY EXPORT : Opus Jazz

NY EXPORT : Opus Jazz

"A ballet in sneakers: Jerome Robbins and Opus Jazz", "Jerome Robbins: Ballets U.S.A"


New York City Ballet: Robert Fairchild, Tiler Peck, Georgina Paczoguin, Rachel Rutherford, Craig Hall, Antonio Carmena, Adam Hendrickson, Rebecca Krohn, Troy Schumacher, Ashley Laracey, Amar Ramasar, Andrew Veyette,Brittany Pollack, Gretchen Smith, Austin Laurent, Glenn Keenan, Giovanni Villalobos & Amanda Hankes

Henry Joost & Jody Lee Lipes

Jerome Robbins (choreography)

Music by Robert Prince

The first film conceived, created, produced and danced by dancers from the New York City Ballet, this modern-day narrative film adaptation of the 1958 Jerome Robbins' ballet of the same name takes the original choreography (by the legendary creator of West Side Story) and returns it to the streets of New York in this abstract tale of disaffected urban youth set to a rousing jazz score. Shot on anamorphic 35mm on location all over New York City with a cast of dancers from the New York City Ballet.

NTSC 16:9, PCM Stereo,

Dolby Digital 5.1

1 DVD, 46min

Booklet : Eng, Fr

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Bel Air Classiques - BAC060

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