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World's young ballet [videorecording]

World's young ballet [videorecording] / Popular Science Film Studios.

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1 videocassette (70 min.) : sd. b&w NTSC; 1/2 in. (VHS)
  • Dance.
  • Video.
  • Motion picture produced in the U.S.S.R. by Popular Science Film Studios. Distributed by Macmillan Audio Brandon Films.
Credits (note)
  • Chief consultant, Olga Lepeshinskaya.
Language (note)
  • Titles in Russian with English narration.
  • Dance contents: Cassette 1. Black swan pas de deux, danced sequentially by three couples (Loipa Araújo and Azari Plisetzki, Maria Aradi and Imre Dózsa, Francesca Zumbo and Patrice Bart) -- Alexander Bogatirev in a solo from Paquita -- Lubov Kunakova in a Russian variation (chor: Marat Gaziev) -- Mikhail Baryshnikov in Solor's solo from La bayadère -- Hideo Fukagawa in a solo from Paquita -- Annemarie Dybdal and Peter Schaufuss in the Flower festival at Genzano pas de deux -- Malika Sabirova in variations from Don Quixote and Le corsaire -- Yukiko Yasuda and Jun Ishii in the coda from the Don Quixote pas de deux -- Ludmila Semenyaka and Nikolai Kovmir in the pas de deux from Giselle, Act II, and Us (chor: Genrikh Mayorov) -- Aradi and Dózsa in Spartacus (chor: László Seregi) -- Jorge Esquivel and Araújo in Webern Op. 5 (chor: Maurice Béjart).
  • Cassette 2. Hannelore Bey and Roland Havlik in La mer (chor: Tom Schilling) -- Baryshnikov in Vestris (chor: Jakobson) -- Natalia Bolshakova and Vadim Guliaev in Reflection (chor: Kasyan Goleizovsky; mus: Massenet) -- Helgi Tomasson in a classical variation (chor: Anton Dolin) -- Zumbo and Bart in Bhakti (chor: Béjart) -- Nina Sorokina and Yuri Vladimirov in Peace and war (chor: Natalia Kasatkina and Vladimir Lubovich Vasil'ev) and Esmeralda.
Call Number
*MGZIA 4-2889
World's young ballet [videorecording] / Popular Science Film Studios.
Country of Producing Entity
Chief consultant, Olga Lepeshinskaya.
Documentary on the first International Ballet Competition, Moscow, held on June 11-23, 1969. Includes numerous brief excerpts from the competitors' performances, as well as brief historical footage of a solo by Anna Pavlova. Galina Ulanova, Alicia Alonso, Olga Lepeshinskaya, Leonid Jakobson, and others also appear among the judges and/or coaches.
Titles in Russian with English narration.
Local Subject
Ballet in motion pictures. World's young ballet.
Added Author
Araújo, Loipa, dancer.
Plise︠t︡skiĭ, Azariĭ, dancer.
Aradi, Maria, dancer.
Dózsa, Imre, dancer.
Kunakova, L︠i︡ubov, dancer.
Baryshnikov, Mikhail, 1948- dancer.
Fukagawa, Hideo, 1949- dancer.
Zumbo, Francesca, dancer.
Bart, Patrice, dancer.
Dybdal, Annemarie, dancer.
Schaufuss, Peter, dancer.
Sabirova, Malika, dancer.
Semen︠i︡aka, L︠i︡udmila, 1952- dancer.
Kumir, Nikolaĭ, dancer.
Bey, Hannelore Müller, dancer.
Havlik, Roland, dancer.
︠I︡Akobson, Leonid, choreographer.
Bol'shakova, Natalia, dancer.
Gul︠i︡aev, Vadim, dancer.
Helgi Tómasson, 1942- dancer.
Sorokina, Nina, dancer.
Vladimirov, ︠I︡Uriĭ, dancer.
Ulanova, Galina Sergeevna, 1910-1998.
Alonso, Alicia, 1920-2019.
Bogatyrëv, Aleksandr, dancer.
Yasuda, Yukiko, dancer.
Ishii, Jun, dancer.
Lepeshinska︠i︡a, Olʹga Vasilʹevna, 1916- dancer.
International Ballet Competition (Moscow, Russia)
Research Call Number
*MGZIA 4-2889
*MGZHB 16-2267 Additional copy ; 2 film reels (1238 ft.) 16mm. This print is stored for preservation and is not available for viewing. Use *MGZIA 4-2889 instead.
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