Research Catalog

[Nikita Dolgushin]

Title
[Nikita Dolgushin] [videorecording]
Publication
[1968-1988?].
Electronic Resource
Streaming video available at Library for the Performing Arts only.

Details

Additional Authors
Description
  • 1 streaming video file (182 min., 24 sec.) : sd., b&w and col.; 1/2 in.
  • 1 videocassette (VHS, PAL) (182 min.) : sd., b&w and col. ;
Donor/Sponsor
Gift of Nikita Dolgushin.
Uniform Title
  • Concert (Choreographic work : Robbins)
  • Moor's pavane (Choreographic work : Limón)
  • Master and Margarita (Choreographic work : Eĭfman)
  • Sylphide (Choreographic work : Bournonville)
  • Legend of love (Choreographic work : Grigorovich)
  • Romeo and Juliet (Choreographic work : Vinogradov)
  • Onegin (Choreographic work : Cranko)
Note
  • Compilation of recordings featuring choreography and/or performances by Nikita Dolgushin. Credits and dialogue in Russian. Poor audio and visual quality.
Access (note)
  • Patrons can access streaming video file online only at the Library for the Performing Arts.
Contents
  • CONTENTS: Unidentified pas de deux (approx. 5 min.). Chor: Roland Petit. Mus: Villa-Lobos. Recorded for television (?), 1984. Danced by Dolgushin, unidentified partner. -- La sylphide: Act II pas de deux (approx. 8 min.). Chor: after Bournonville. Mus: Løwenskjold. Recorded for television (?), 1987. Danced by Dolgushin, Gabriella Komleva. -- The concert: Mistake waltz [and] Humoresque (approx. 9 min.). Chor: Jerome Robbins (The concert), Dolgushin (Humoresque). Mus: Chopin (The concert), Anderson/Poltoratsky (Humoresque). Recorded in performance, 1987. Danced by 6 women, Dolgushin, male ensemble. -- Legend of love: Pas de deux (approx. 7 min.). Chor: Yuri Grigorovich. Mus: Melikov. Recorded in performance, 1986. Danced by Dolgushin, unidentified partner. -- Sarabande (approx. 3 min.). Chor: Georgii Aleksidze. Mus: Bach. Recorded in 1968. Danced by Dolgushin, Irina Kolpakova. -- The prince and the pauper: Excerpts (approx. 7 min.). Recorded in 1986. Danced by Dolgushin, others. -- Pas de deux (approx. 9 min.). Chor: Dolgushin. Mus: Tchaikovsky. Recorded in 1976. Danced by Dolgushin, Svetlana Efremova. -- Prelude (approx. 5 min.). Chor: Mai Murdmaa. Mus: Villa-Lobos. Videodance, recorded in 1970. Danced by Dolgushin. -- Romeo and Juliet: Pas de deux (approx. 6 min.). Chor: Oleg Vinogradov. Mus: Prokofiev. Recorded in 1970. Danced by Dolgushin, S. Shirokikh (?). -- Sarcasm: Excerpt
  • (approx. 2 min.). Chor: Aleksidze. Mus: Prokofiev. Recorded in 1970. Danced by Dolgushin, V. Mukhanova. -- Sarcasm, repeated in full (approx. 5 min.). -- Hamlet (approx. 8 min.). Recorded in 1969. Danced by Dolgushin, others. -- Life in dance: Excerpts (approx. 43 min., color and b&w). Recorded for television (?), 198-? Discussion of Dolgushin's artistic achievements by two commentators, interspersed with footage of: Pierrot. Chor: Aleksidze. Mus: Schumann. Danced by Dolgushin. Andante. Chor: Dolgushin (?). Mus: Tchaikovsky. Danced by Dolgushin, Efremova. Narcissus. Chor: Aleksidze. Mus: Sulkan Tsintsadze. Danced by Dolgushin. Prelude. Chor: Murdmaa. Mus: Villa-Lobos. Danced by Dolgushin. Romeo and Juliet: Pas de deux. Chor: Dolgushin. Mus: Albinoni. Danced by Irina Kirsanova, Yuri Petukhov. -- Repetition of part of Romeo and Juliet and ensuing commentary (approx. 3 min.). -- The moor's pavane (approx. 27 min.). Chor: José Limón, staged by Natalia Ryzhenko. Mus: Purcell. Cos: Charles D. Tomlinson. Recorded by Lentelefilm, 1985. Danced by Dolgushin (the Moor), Elena Evteeva (his wife), Marat Daukaev (his friend), Komleva (his friend's wife). 30-sec. gap about 9 min. into cassette; glitch at 27 min. (during murder of Desdemona). -- Meditations (approx. 18 min.). Chor: Dolgushin. Mus: Tchaikovsky. Lib: based on Shakespeare's Hamlet. Videodance
  • recorded in 1985. Danced by 5-member cast, including Elena Dmitrieva (Ophelia), Sergei Dmitriev (Laertes). Occasional glitches on tape. -- Excerpt from an unidentified documentary on Dolgushin (approx. 6 min.), possibly recorded ca. 1988. Includes a backstage interview and performance footage of The master and Margarita (chor: Boris Ėĭfman; mus: Petrov; lib: after the novel by Mikhail Bulgakov), with Dolgushin in the role of Pilate. -- Life in dance: Excerpt (approx. 8 min.). Brief fragment of commentary, followed by footage of Onegin: Act III pas de deux (chor: John Cranko; mus: Tchaikovsky), danced by Dolgushin, Evteeva. -- Conclusion of Onegin pas de deux (approx. 3 min.). -- Excerpt from an unidentified documentary (approx. 5 min.), possibly recorded ca. 1988. Includes an interview with Dolgushin, scenes of the Leningrad State Conservatory Rimsky-Korsakov, and performance footage of The master and Margarita, with Dolgushin as Pilate.
Call Number
*MGZIDF 9071
Title
[Nikita Dolgushin] [videorecording]
Imprint
[1968-1988?].
Restricted Access
Patrons can access streaming video file online only at the Library for the Performing Arts.
Local Note
Former call number: *MGZIC 9-2652.
Connect to:
Local Subject
Ballet in television. Nikita Dolgushin.
Literature and dance.
Added Author
Dolgushin, Nikita, 1938- choreographer, dancer.
Komleva, Gabriella, dancer.
Kolpakova, Irina Aleksandrovna, 1933- dancer.
Efremova, Svetlana, dancer.
Evteeva, Elena Viktorovna, 1947- dancer.
Doukaev, Marat, dancer.
Vinogradov, Oleg, choreographer.
Ryzhenko, Natal'i︠i︡a, choreographer.
Grigorovich, ︠I︡Uriĭ Nikolaevich, 1927- choreographer.
Aleksidze, G., choreographer.
Ėĭfman, Boris, choreographer.
Robbins, Jerome, choreographer.
Petit, Roland, 1924-2011, choreographer.
Cranko, John, choreographer.
Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616. Author
Limón, José, choreographer.
Murdmaa, Mai, 1938- choreographer.
Bulgakov, Mikhail, 1891-1940. Author
Leningrad. State Conservatory Rimsky-Korsakov. Choreographic Institute.
Added Title
Concert (Choreographic work : Robbins)
Moor's pavane (Choreographic work : Limón)
Master and Margarita (Choreographic work : Eĭfman)
Sylphide (Choreographic work : Bournonville)
Legend of love (Choreographic work : Grigorovich)
Romeo and Juliet (Choreographic work : Vinogradov)
Onegin (Choreographic work : Cranko)
Gift of Nikita Dolgushin.
Research Call Number
*MGZIDF 9071
View in Legacy Catalog