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La Bayadère
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conducted by David Coleman; choreographed by Marius Petipa, 1818-1910; designed by Pierluigi Samaritani, Yolanda Sonnabend, 1935-2015, John B. Read; produced by Erica Vitellozzi, fl. 2002; performed by Svetlana Zakharova, 1979-, Roberto Bolle, 1986-, Isabelle Brusson, Bryan Hewison, Mick Zeni, Francisco Sedeño, Antonino Sutera, Matthew Endicott and Piera Pedretti, Ballet of the Teatro alla Scala and Orchestra of the Teatro alla Scala (ArtHaus Musik, 2007), 2 hours 6 mins
In their series of classical ballet productions from La Scala Arthaus releases a video recording of “La Bayadére” in the choreography by Natalia Makarova. Her version, based on the original 1877 creation by the great master of Russian classical ballet, Marius Petipa has become the standard since the famous Ki...
conducted by David Coleman; choreographed by Marius Petipa, 1818-1910; designed by Pierluigi Samaritani, Yolanda Sonnabend, 1935-2015, John B. Read; produced by Erica Vitellozzi, fl. 2002; performed by Svetlana Zakharova, 1979-, Roberto Bolle, 1986-, Isabelle Brusson, Bryan Hewison, Mick Zeni, Francisco Sedeño, Antonino Sutera, Matthew Endicott and Piera Pedretti, Ballet of the Teatro alla Scala and Orchestra of the Teatro alla Scala (ArtHaus Musik, 2007), 2 hours 6 mins
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Grand Adage à la Rose
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choreographed by Marius Petipa, 1818-1910; produced by George Van Breemen, 1972-; performed by Maya Plisetskaya, 1925-, Bolshoi Ballet, in A Tribute to Maya Plisetskaya (Germany: ArtHaus Musik, 2010), 6 mins
This is a performance of Grand Adage a la Rose, performed by Maya Plisetskaya and Bolshoi Ballet dancers from the ballet 'Sleeping Beauty' by Tchaikovsky.
choreographed by Marius Petipa, 1818-1910; produced by George Van Breemen, 1972-; performed by Maya Plisetskaya, 1925-, Bolshoi Ballet, in A Tribute to Maya Plisetskaya (Germany: ArtHaus Musik, 2010), 6 mins
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La Bayadère
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directed by Natalia Makarova, 1940-; conducted by Valery Ovsyanikov, 1960-; choreographed by Marius Petipa, 1818-1910; designed by Yolanda Sonnabend, 1935-2015, John B. Read; produced by Ross MacGibbon, 1955-; performed by José Martín, fl. 1994, Valeri Hristov, fl. 1995, Genesia Rosato, fl. 1976, Kenta Kura, fl. 1997, Christopher Saunders, fl. 1983, Gary Avis, fl. 1989, Marianela Núñez, 1982-, Carlos Acosta, 1973- and Tamara Rojo, 1974-, Orchestra of the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden and Royal Ballet (Opus Arte, 2009), 2 hours 5 mins
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...
directed by Natalia Makarova, 1940-; conducted by Valery Ovsyanikov, 1960-; choreographed by Marius Petipa, 1818-1910; designed by Yolanda Sonnabend, 1935-2015, John B. Read; produced by Ross MacGibbon, 1955-; performed by José Martín, fl. 1994, Valeri Hristov, fl. 1995, Genesia Rosato, fl. 1976, Kenta Kura, fl. 1997, Christopher Saunders, fl. 1983, Gary Avis, fl. 1989, Marianela Núñez, 1982-, Carlos Acosta, 1973- and Tamara Rojo, 1974-, Orchestra of the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden and Royal Ballet (Opus Arte, 2009), 2 hours 5 mins
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Markitenka
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directed by Thomas Grimm, 1942-; composed by Arthur Saint-Léon, 1821-1870; conducted by Viktor Fedotov, 1933-2001; choreographed by Marius Petipa, 1818-1910; designed by Ves Harper, 1940-2004, Jørgen S. Johannessen; produced by Thomas Grimm, 1942-; performed by Igor Zelenski, 1969-, Yelena Pankova, Farukh Ruzimatov, 1963-, Lyubov Kunakova, 1951-, Eldar Aliev, fl. 1992, Yelena Yevteyeva, 1947-, Sergei Vikharev, 1962-2017, Konstantin Zaklinsky, 1955-, Altynai Asylmuratova, 1961-, Larissa Lezhnina, 1969- and Yulia Makhalina, 1968-, Orchestra of the Mariinsky Theatre (Kirov), St Petersburg and Mariinsky Ballet (ArtHaus Musik, 1991), 14 mins
Ballets in Profile: The Kirov Ballet St. Petersburg: Chopiniana, Petrushka, Barber’s Adagio, Le Corsaire (Pas de Deux), The Fairy Doll, Markitenka (Pas de Six), Paquita Not just in insider circles, the Russian Kirov Ballet of St. Petersburg is considered one of the world"s leading ballet ensembles. On this DVD v...
directed by Thomas Grimm, 1942-; composed by Arthur Saint-Léon, 1821-1870; conducted by Viktor Fedotov, 1933-2001; choreographed by Marius Petipa, 1818-1910; designed by Ves Harper, 1940-2004, Jørgen S. Johannessen; produced by Thomas Grimm, 1942-; performed by Igor Zelenski, 1969-, Yelena Pankova, Farukh Ruzimatov, 1963-, Lyubov Kunakova, 1951-, Eldar Aliev, fl. 1992, Yelena Yevteyeva, 1947-, Sergei Vikharev, 1962-2017, Konstantin Zaklinsky, 1955-, Altynai Asylmuratova, 1961-, Larissa Lezhnina, 1969- and Yulia Makhalina, 1968-, Orchestra of the Mariinsky Theatre (Kirov), St Petersburg and Mariinsky Ballet (ArtHaus Musik, 1991), 14 mins
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Sadler's Wells Royal Ballet 'The Sleeping Beauty'
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directed by Clark Jones, fl. 1982; conducted by Robert Irving, 1913-1991; choreographed by Marius Petipa, 1818-1910; designed by Oliver Messel, 1904-1978, Jack Fitzpatrick; produced by Donald Davis; performed by Dame Margot Fonteyn, 1919-1991, Michael Somes, 1917-1994, Dame Beryl Elizabeth Grey, 1927-, Sir Frederick Ashton, 1904-1988, Brian Shaw, 1928-1992, Rowena Jackson, 1926-, Douglas Steuart, Dorothea Zaymes, Alexander Grant, Peter Clegg, Ray Powell, 1925-2003, Bryan Ashbridge, 1924-1995, Gerd Larsen, 1921-, Leslie Edwards, 1916-2001, John Hart, 1921-, John Field, 1921-1991, David Blair, 1932-1975, Desmond Doyle, 1932-1991, Philip Chatfield, Pauline Clayden and Rosemary Lindsay, Royal Ballet and Orchestra of The Royal Ballet (Showcase Productions, 2004), 1 hour 7 mins
Tchaikovsky's ballet, with Margot Fonteyn in the title role, presented on TV in color. Only a black-and-white kinescope of this production survives.
directed by Clark Jones, fl. 1982; conducted by Robert Irving, 1913-1991; choreographed by Marius Petipa, 1818-1910; designed by Oliver Messel, 1904-1978, Jack Fitzpatrick; produced by Donald Davis; performed by Dame Margot Fonteyn, 1919-1991, Michael Somes, 1917-1994, Dame Beryl Elizabeth Grey, 1927-, Sir Frederick Ashton, 1904-1988, Brian Shaw, 1928-1992, Rowena Jackson, 1926-, Douglas Steuart, Dorothea Zaymes, Alexander Grant, Peter Clegg, Ray Powell, 1925-2003, Bryan Ashbridge, 1924-1995, Gerd Larsen, 1921-, Leslie Edwards, 1916-2001, John Hart, 1921-, John Field, 1921-1991, David Blair, 1932-1975, Desmond Doyle, 1932-1991, Philip Chatfield, Pauline Clayden and Rosemary Lindsay, Royal Ballet and Orchestra of The Royal Ballet (Showcase Productions, 2004), 1 hour 7 mins
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The Sleeping Beauty
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directed by Christopher Carr; conducted by Valery Ovsyanikov, 1960-; choreographed by Marius Petipa, 1818-1910; designed by Oliver Messel, 1904-1978 and Peter Farmer, 1941-, Oliver Messel, 1904-1978 and Peter Farmer, 1941-, Mark Jonathan; produced by Hans Petri, fl. 1996-2017, Monica Mason, 1941- and Christopher Newton, fl. 1954; performed by Alina Cojocaru, 1981-, Federico Bonelli, fl. 1996, Marianela Núñez, 1982-, Genesia Rosato, fl. 1976, Christopher Saunders, fl. 1983, Elizabeth McGorian, 1960- and Alastair Marriott, fl. 1988, Royal Ballet and Orchestra of the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden (Opus Arte, 2008), 2 hours 13 mins
This is a performance of Tchaikovsky's The Sleeping Beauty, performed by The Royal Ballet and the Orchestra of the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden, and conducted by Valery Ovsyanikov.
directed by Christopher Carr; conducted by Valery Ovsyanikov, 1960-; choreographed by Marius Petipa, 1818-1910; designed by Oliver Messel, 1904-1978 and Peter Farmer, 1941-, Oliver Messel, 1904-1978 and Peter Farmer, 1941-, Mark Jonathan; produced by Hans Petri, fl. 1996-2017, Monica Mason, 1941- and Christopher Newton, fl. 1954; performed by Alina Cojocaru, 1981-, Federico Bonelli, fl. 1996, Marianela Núñez, 1982-, Genesia Rosato, fl. 1976, Christopher Saunders, fl. 1983, Elizabeth McGorian, 1960- and Alastair Marriott, fl. 1988, Royal Ballet and Orchestra of the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden (Opus Arte, 2008), 2 hours 13 mins
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Sleeping Beauty
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directed by Jean-Pierre Bilodeau, fl. 2015; conducted by Viktor Fedotov, 1933-2001; choreographed by Marius Petipa, 1818-1910; performed by Larissa Lezhnina, 1969-, Farukh Ruzimatov, 1963-, Yulia Makhalina, 1968-, Vadim Guliayev, Gennady Babanin and Nina Mikhailova, Mariinsky Ballet and Orchestra of the Mariinsky Theatre (Kirov), St Petersburg (ArtHaus Musik, 1989), 2 hours 9 mins
The stylish grandeur of choreographer and artistic director Oleg Vinogradov’s production shows the entire company at its best. The superb tradition in dance continues with Larissa Lezhnina, one of Kirov’s stars at that time, brilliant as Princess Aurora, and Farukh Ruzimatov’s performance in the role of Prin...
directed by Jean-Pierre Bilodeau, fl. 2015; conducted by Viktor Fedotov, 1933-2001; choreographed by Marius Petipa, 1818-1910; performed by Larissa Lezhnina, 1969-, Farukh Ruzimatov, 1963-, Yulia Makhalina, 1968-, Vadim Guliayev, Gennady Babanin and Nina Mikhailova, Mariinsky Ballet and Orchestra of the Mariinsky Theatre (Kirov), St Petersburg (ArtHaus Musik, 1989), 2 hours 9 mins
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Swan Lake
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conducted by Graham Bond, fl. 1970; choreographed by Marius Petipa, 1818-1910 and Lev Ivanov, 1834-1901; designed by Günther Schneider-Siemssen, Günther Schneider-Siemssen, David Mohr, 1960-; produced by Natalia Makarova, 1940-; performed by Evelyn Hart, 1956-, Peter Schaufuss, Martin James, Elizabeth Anderton, 1938- and Johnny Eliasen, 1949-, Danish National Symphony Orchestra (DRSO, DNSO) and London Festival Ballet (ArtHaus Musik, 1998), 1 hour 55 mins
Natalia Makarova, one of the most important interpreters of the classical ballet repertoire in the twentieth century, has also had great success as a producer. Her staging of Swan Lake is based on the original choreography by Petipa and Ivanov, with additional choreography by the late Sir Frederick Ashton. Evelyn...
conducted by Graham Bond, fl. 1970; choreographed by Marius Petipa, 1818-1910 and Lev Ivanov, 1834-1901; designed by Günther Schneider-Siemssen, Günther Schneider-Siemssen, David Mohr, 1960-; produced by Natalia Makarova, 1940-; performed by Evelyn Hart, 1956-, Peter Schaufuss, Martin James, Elizabeth Anderton, 1938- and Johnny Eliasen, 1949-, Danish National Symphony Orchestra (DRSO, DNSO) and London Festival Ballet (ArtHaus Musik, 1998), 1 hour 55 mins
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Awakening Pas de Deux
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directed by Ross MacGibbon, 1955-; conducted by Barry Wordsworth; choreographed by Marius Petipa, 1818-1910; produced by Andy King-Dabbs, fl. 2000, British Broadcasting Corporation; performed by Royal Ballet and Orchestra of the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden, in Frederick Ashton: Les Patineurs, Divertissements, Scènes de Ballet (London, England: Opus Arte, 2011), 7 mins
Founder choreographer of The Royal Ballet, Frederick Ashton created more than 100 ballets over a 60 year career. Showcasing three of his shorter works, this disc reflects the breadth of his sophisticated, elegant and widely popular style. Les Patineurs evokes the Edwardian skating rink, with all its youthful charm...
directed by Ross MacGibbon, 1955-; conducted by Barry Wordsworth; choreographed by Marius Petipa, 1818-1910; produced by Andy King-Dabbs, fl. 2000, British Broadcasting Corporation; performed by Royal Ballet and Orchestra of the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden, in Frederick Ashton: Les Patineurs, Divertissements, Scènes de Ballet (London, England: Opus Arte, 2011), 7 mins
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Le Corsaire
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directed by Thomas Grimm, 1942-; composed by Adolphe Adam, 1803-1856; conducted by Viktor Fedotov, 1933-2001; choreographed by Marius Petipa, 1818-1910; designed by Ves Harper, 1940-2004, Jørgen S. Johannessen; produced by Thomas Grimm, 1942-; performed by Igor Zelenski, 1969-, Yelena Pankova, Farukh Ruzimatov, 1963-, Lyubov Kunakova, 1951-, Eldar Aliev, fl. 1992, Yelena Yevteyeva, 1947-, Sergei Vikharev, 1962-2017, Konstantin Zaklinsky, 1955-, Altynai Asylmuratova, 1961-, Larissa Lezhnina, 1969- and Yulia Makhalina, 1968-, Orchestra of the Mariinsky Theatre (Kirov), St Petersburg and Mariinsky Ballet (ArtHaus Musik, 1991), 9 mins
Ballets in Profile: The Kirov Ballet St. Petersburg: Chopiniana, Petrushka, Barber’s Adagio, Le Corsaire (Pas de Deux), The Fairy Doll, Markitenka (Pas de Six), Paquita Not just in insider circles, the Russian Kirov Ballet of St. Petersburg is considered one of the world"s leading ballet ensembles. On this DVD v...
directed by Thomas Grimm, 1942-; composed by Adolphe Adam, 1803-1856; conducted by Viktor Fedotov, 1933-2001; choreographed by Marius Petipa, 1818-1910; designed by Ves Harper, 1940-2004, Jørgen S. Johannessen; produced by Thomas Grimm, 1942-; performed by Igor Zelenski, 1969-, Yelena Pankova, Farukh Ruzimatov, 1963-, Lyubov Kunakova, 1951-, Eldar Aliev, fl. 1992, Yelena Yevteyeva, 1947-, Sergei Vikharev, 1962-2017, Konstantin Zaklinsky, 1955-, Altynai Asylmuratova, 1961-, Larissa Lezhnina, 1969- and Yulia Makhalina, 1968-, Orchestra of the Mariinsky Theatre (Kirov), St Petersburg and Mariinsky Ballet (ArtHaus Musik, 1991), 9 mins
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