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Déjà Vu
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directed by Wilbert Bank, fl. 1970; choreographed by Hans van Manen, 1932-; designed by Keso Dekker, 1946-, Keso Dekker, 1946-, Joop Caboort; produced by George Van Breemen, 1972-; performed by Gustavo Ramirez Sansano and Rani Luther, Nederlands Dans Theater II, in Hans van Manen: Nederlands Dans Theater, HET Nationale Ballet (Germany: ArtHaus Musik, 2000), 13 mins
This is a performance of Deja Vu, performed by Nederlands Dans Theatre II (NDT II), and choreographed by Hans van Manen.
directed by Wilbert Bank, fl. 1970; choreographed by Hans van Manen, 1932-; designed by Keso Dekker, 1946-, Keso Dekker, 1946-, Joop Caboort; produced by George Van Breemen, 1972-; performed by Gustavo Ramirez Sansano and Rani Luther, Nederlands Dans Theater II, in Hans van Manen: Nederlands Dans Theater, HET Nationale Ballet (Germany: ArtHaus Musik, 2000), 13 mins
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Family Portrait
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directed by Birgit Cullberg, 1908-1999; choreographed by Birgit Cullberg, 1908-1999; designed by Pia Asp, Eva Ellen, Börje Berglund, fl. 1977-2004; produced by Mans Reutersward, 1932-; performed by Eva Evdokimova-Gregori, 1948-2009, Niklas Ek, 1943-, Liselott Svalberg, fl. 1989 and Håkan Mayer, fl. 1992, Beaux Arts Trio (ArtHaus Musik, 1985), 36 mins
Family portrait, set in 1860's, explores conflicts caused by love within middle-class families.
directed by Birgit Cullberg, 1908-1999; choreographed by Birgit Cullberg, 1908-1999; designed by Pia Asp, Eva Ellen, Börje Berglund, fl. 1977-2004; produced by Mans Reutersward, 1932-; performed by Eva Evdokimova-Gregori, 1948-2009, Niklas Ek, 1943-, Liselott Svalberg, fl. 1989 and Håkan Mayer, fl. 1992, Beaux Arts Trio (ArtHaus Musik, 1985), 36 mins
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Swansong
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directed by Thomas Grimm, 1942-; composed by Philip Chambon; choreographed by Christopher Bruce, 1945-; designed by Christopher Bruce, 1945-, Inge Grønne, David Mohr, 1960-; produced by Thomas Grimm, 1942-; performed by Koen Onzia, 1961-, Matz Skoog and Kevin Richmond, English National Ballet (ArtHaus Musik, 1989), 34 mins
SWANSONG Christopher Bruce’s reputation as one of Britain’s outstanding dancer/choreographers is based partly on his mix of classical and modern idioms and partly on his commitment to social conscious themes. Silence is the end of our song is a moving ballet danced to a series of songs from Chile and dedicated...
directed by Thomas Grimm, 1942-; composed by Philip Chambon; choreographed by Christopher Bruce, 1945-; designed by Christopher Bruce, 1945-, Inge Grønne, David Mohr, 1960-; produced by Thomas Grimm, 1942-; performed by Koen Onzia, 1961-, Matz Skoog and Kevin Richmond, English National Ballet (ArtHaus Musik, 1989), 34 mins
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Symphony in D
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directed by Hans Hulscher, fl. 1984; choreographed by Jiří Kylián, 1947-; performed by Nederlands Dans Theater (ArtHaus Musik), 28 mins
Dedicated to bridge the gap between modern dance and classical ballet, the Nederlands Dans Theater forged a reputation as one of the most innovative and exciting dance groups in Europe. Under Jiří Kylián's visionary direction (from 1975 to 1999), the company's international pre-eminence kept growing. These t...
directed by Hans Hulscher, fl. 1984; choreographed by Jiří Kylián, 1947-; performed by Nederlands Dans Theater (ArtHaus Musik), 28 mins
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Torso
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directed by Torbjörn Ehrnvall, 1939-; choreographed by Jiří Kylián, 1947-; designed by Walter Nobbe, Walter Nobbe, Yngve Mansvik, 1929-2001; produced by Torbjörn Ehrnvall, 1939-; performed by Sabine Kupferberg, fl. 1983 and Leigh Warren, 1952- (ArtHaus Musik, 1983), 17 mins
Torso is a sexy, steamy look at two lost lovers--a sultry ambivalent woman, and an anguished man. It is unclear whether she is real or a figment of his imagination, or what role she plays in his distress.
directed by Torbjörn Ehrnvall, 1939-; choreographed by Jiří Kylián, 1947-; designed by Walter Nobbe, Walter Nobbe, Yngve Mansvik, 1929-2001; produced by Torbjörn Ehrnvall, 1939-; performed by Sabine Kupferberg, fl. 1983 and Leigh Warren, 1952- (ArtHaus Musik, 1983), 17 mins
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Coppélia
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conducted by Kent Nagano, 1951-; choreographed by Maguy Marin, 1951-; designed by Renaud Gaulot, fl. 1994, Montserrat Casanova, fl. 1986, Jørgen S. Johannessen; produced by Thomas Grimm, 1942-; performed by Nerses Boyadjian, fl. 1994, Josu Zabala, fl. 1985, Françoise Jouillie, fl. 1986 and Maria Brown, fl. 1994, Lyon National Opera Ballet (ArtHaus Musik, 1994), 1 hour 1 mins
Léo Delibes was 30 years old when he achieved his critical breakthrough in France’s musical metropolis. Having made his debut with the music for the ballet La Source (The Source), he was immediately entrusted with the commission of writing a ballet composition that would fill an entire evening performance; the...
conducted by Kent Nagano, 1951-; choreographed by Maguy Marin, 1951-; designed by Renaud Gaulot, fl. 1994, Montserrat Casanova, fl. 1986, Jørgen S. Johannessen; produced by Thomas Grimm, 1942-; performed by Nerses Boyadjian, fl. 1994, Josu Zabala, fl. 1985, Françoise Jouillie, fl. 1986 and Maria Brown, fl. 1994, Lyon National Opera Ballet (ArtHaus Musik, 1994), 1 hour 1 mins
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Dances from Romeo and Juliet: Tudor's One-Act Ballet
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composed by Frederick Delius, 1862-1934; conducted by Emanuel Vardi; choreographed by Antony Tudor, 1908-1987; performed by Nora Kaye, 1920-1987 and Hugh Laing, 1911-1988, Camera Three Chamber Orchestra (Creative Arts Television, 2007), 8 mins
Shakespeare's "Romeo and Juliet." In drama with Bryarl Lee (Juliet) and Stephen Joyce (Romeo); as music with Alice Howland and John McCollum singing Berlioz' setting of key scenes; and as ballet with Nora Kaye and Hugh Laing dancing Anthony Tudor's choreography. Emanuel Vardi conducts an off-stage orchestra.
composed by Frederick Delius, 1862-1934; conducted by Emanuel Vardi; choreographed by Antony Tudor, 1908-1987; performed by Nora Kaye, 1920-1987 and Hugh Laing, 1911-1988, Camera Three Chamber Orchestra (Creative Arts Television, 2007), 8 mins
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Giselle
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directed by Mans Reutersward, 1932-; composed by Adolphe Adam, 1803-1856; conducted by Richard Bonynge, 1930-; choreographed by Mats Ek, 1945-; designed by Marie-Louise Ekman, 1944-, Marie-Louise Ekman, 1944-, Börje Berglund, fl. 1977-2004; performed by Ana Laguna, 1955-, Luc Bouy, fl. 1968, Yvan Auzley, fl. 1982, Vanessa McIntosh, fl. 1982 and Lena Wennergren-Juras, fl. 1999, Cullberg Ballet and Monte Carlo Opera Orchestra (ArtHaus Musik, 1987), 1 hour 28 mins
“Giselle“ is seen as the epitome of romantic ballet and ever since its debut performance in 1841, it features among the standard repertoire of countless ballet companies. The acclaimed Swedish choreographer and dancer, Mats Ek, made dance history in the early eighties with his bizarrely unromantic and radicall...
directed by Mans Reutersward, 1932-; composed by Adolphe Adam, 1803-1856; conducted by Richard Bonynge, 1930-; choreographed by Mats Ek, 1945-; designed by Marie-Louise Ekman, 1944-, Marie-Louise Ekman, 1944-, Börje Berglund, fl. 1977-2004; performed by Ana Laguna, 1955-, Luc Bouy, fl. 1968, Yvan Auzley, fl. 1982, Vanessa McIntosh, fl. 1982 and Lena Wennergren-Juras, fl. 1999, Cullberg Ballet and Monte Carlo Opera Orchestra (ArtHaus Musik, 1987), 1 hour 28 mins
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John Henry
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conducted by Milton Rosenstock, 1917-1992; choreographed by Arthur Mitchell, 1934-; designed by Ves Harper, 1940-2004, Carl Michel, 1928-2004, Warren Scott Schilk, fl. 1988; produced by Thomas Grimm, 1942-; performed by Eddie J. Shellman, fl. 1986, Yvonne Hall, fl. 1974, Felicity De Jager, fl. 1993, Lowell Smith, 1951-2007, Gregory Jackson, fl. 1988, Ronald Perry, fl. 1978 and Leon Bibb, 1922-2015, Dance Theatre of Harlem (ArtHaus Musik, 1989), 23 mins
The 'Dance Theatre of Harlem’s' birthplace was in a disused garage in Harlem, a black district of New York. Arthur Mitchell, the founder who still acts as its artistic director, set up the ballet school with the aim of giving black dancers the opportunity of sound training, as their skin color meant that they of...
conducted by Milton Rosenstock, 1917-1992; choreographed by Arthur Mitchell, 1934-; designed by Ves Harper, 1940-2004, Carl Michel, 1928-2004, Warren Scott Schilk, fl. 1988; produced by Thomas Grimm, 1942-; performed by Eddie J. Shellman, fl. 1986, Yvonne Hall, fl. 1974, Felicity De Jager, fl. 1993, Lowell Smith, 1951-2007, Gregory Jackson, fl. 1988, Ronald Perry, fl. 1978 and Leon Bibb, 1922-2015, Dance Theatre of Harlem (ArtHaus Musik, 1989), 23 mins
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Maurice Béjart's Nutcracker
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directed by Ross MacGibbon, 1955-; conducted by Edmon Colomer; choreographed by Maurice Béjart, 1927-2007 and Marius Petipa, 1818-1910; designed by Roger Bernard, fl. 2000, Anna De Giorgi, fl. 2000, Clement Cayrol, fl. 2000; performed by Yvette Horner, 1922-, Juichi Kobayashi, 1969-, Elisabet Ros, fl. 2000, Damaas Thijs, fl. 2000 and Gil Roman, 1960-, Béjart Ballet Lausanne, in Maurice Béjart's Nutcracker (Digital Classics Distribution, 2000), 1 hour 43 mins
An inspired showman, Béjart attracted huge new audiences for dance with the productions he mounted in sports stadia, public squares and circus tents. Punctuated by Béjart’s narration of his life story, his magical staging of The Nutcracker is an enchanting and enchanted autobiography. Tchaikovsky's score is au...
directed by Ross MacGibbon, 1955-; conducted by Edmon Colomer; choreographed by Maurice Béjart, 1927-2007 and Marius Petipa, 1818-1910; designed by Roger Bernard, fl. 2000, Anna De Giorgi, fl. 2000, Clement Cayrol, fl. 2000; performed by Yvette Horner, 1922-, Juichi Kobayashi, 1969-, Elisabet Ros, fl. 2000, Damaas Thijs, fl. 2000 and Gil Roman, 1960-, Béjart Ballet Lausanne, in Maurice Béjart's Nutcracker (Digital Classics Distribution, 2000), 1 hour 43 mins
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