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[Ballet selections]

Title
[Ballet selections] [videorecording]
Publication
1950-1955.

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Moving imageUse in library *MGZHB 16-2523Performing Arts Research Collections - Dance
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1 videocassette (U-matic, NTSC) (50 min.) : si., b&w and col.; 3/4 in.
Donor/Sponsor
Ann Barzel Collection.
Uniform Title
  • Offenbach in the underworld (Choreographic work : Tudor)
  • Napoli (Choreographic work : Lander, H)
  • Symphony for fun (Choreographic work : Charnley)
  • Giselle (Choreographic work : Dolin after Coralli and Perrot)
  • Esmeralda (Choreographic work : Beriosoff)
  • Prince Igor (Choreographic work : Beriosoff after Fokin)
  • Schéhérazade (Choreographic work : Beriosoff after Fokin)
  • Swan lake (Choreographic work). Black swan pas de deux.
  • Bolero (Choreographic work : Dolin)
  • Oeuf à la coque (Choreographic work : Petit, R)
  • Duel (Choreographic work : Dollar)
  • Carmen (Choreographic work : Petit)
  • Forains (Choreographic work : Petit, R)
Note
  • Ballet excerpts filmed in performance by Ann Barzel. Napoli, Symphony for fun, Giselle, La Esmeralda, Prince Igor, and Schéhérazade filmed at Chicago Opera House, 1954; performed by London Festival Ballet.
Contents
  • CONTENTS: Excerpts from: Offenbach in the underworld (approx. 5 min., b&w). Chor: Antony Tudor. Filmed at Great Northern Theater, Chicago, 1955. Perf. by National Ballet of Canada: Lois Smith (operetta star), David Adams (painter), others. -- Napoli (approx. 9 min., color and b&w). Chor/lib: Harald Lander, freely adapted from August Bournonville. Perf. by Toni Lander (Teresina), Oleg Briansky (Gennaro), others. -- Symphony for fun (approx. 3 min., b&w). Chor: Michael Charnley. Perf. by John Gilpin, others. -- Giselle (approx. 1 min., b&w). Chor: Anton Dolin after Jean Coralli. Perf. by Tamara Toumanova (Giselle), Anton Dolin (Albrecht), others. -- La Esmeralda: Act II, scene 2 (approx. 10 min., b&w). Chor: Nicholas Beriosoff. Perf. by Violette Verdy (Fleur-de-Lys), Briansky (Phoebus), Nora Kovach (Esmeralda), Istvan Rabovsky (Gringoire), others. Preceded by pre-performance footage. -- Prince Igor (approx. 1 min., b&w). Chor: Michel Fokine, staged by Beriosoff. Perf. by Rabovsky (chief Polovtsian warrior), others. -- Schéhérazade (approx. 3 min., b&w). Chor: Fokine, staged by Beriosoff. Perf. by Kovach (Zobeide), Rabovsky (the negro, favorite of Zobeide), others. -- [Hungarian pas de deux] (approx. 2 min., b&w). Kinescope of Toast of the Town, telecast on CBS-TV, 1953. Host: Ed Sullivan. Perf. by Kovach and Rabovsky with ensemble. -- Concert of stars (approx. 3 min., b&w). Motion picture originally released by Sovfilm;
  • telecast in 1953. Brief footage of ballet and folk dancing, including the pas de deux from Chopiniana, perf. by Galina Ulanova and Vladimir Preobrazhenski. -- Black swan pas de deux (approx. 2 min., b&w). Chor: Marius Petipa. Filmed at Stoll Theatre, London, 1951. Perf. by London Festival Ballet: Natalie Krassovska and Gilpin. -- Bolero (approx. 20 sec., b&w). Chor: Anton Dolin. Filmed at Stoll Theatre, London, 1951. Perf. by London Festival Ballet: Dolin. -- [Unidentified work(s)] (approx. 1 min., b&w). Filmed at Stoll Theatre, London, 1951. Perf. by London Festival Ballet. -- L'oeuf à la coque (approx. 45 sec., b&w). Chor: Roland Petit. Filmed at Blackstone Theater, Chicago, 1950. Perf. by Ballets de Paris: Colette Marchand, others. -- Le combat (approx. 45 sec., b&w). Chor: William Dollar. Filmed at Blackstone Theater, Chicago, 1950. Perf. by Ballets de Paris. -- Carmen (approx. 3 min., b&w). Chor: Petit. Filmed at Blackstone Theater, Chicago, 1950. Perf. by Ballets de Paris: Renée Jeanmaire, others. -- [Unidentified pas de deux] (approx. 2 min., b&w). Filmed at a BBC recording session, London, 1951. Perf. by Ballets des Champs-Élysées: Vladimir Skouratoff and Jacqueline Moreau. -- Les forains (approx. 3 min., b&w). Chor: Petit. Filmed at a BBC recording session for the Radio Show, London, 1951. Perf. by Ballets des Champs-Élysées.
Call Number
*MGZIC 9-3598
OCLC
NYPY936029429-F
Title
[Ballet selections] [videorecording]
Imprint
1950-1955.
Local Subject
Ballet in motion pictures. Ballet selections.
Motion pictures. Concert of stars.
Added Author
Dolin, Anton, 1904-1983, choreographer, dancer.
Lander, Toni, dancer.
Briansky, Oleg, dancer.
Gilpin, John, 1930- dancer.
Toumanova, Tamara, dancer.
Verdy, Violette, 1933-2016, dancer.
Kovach, Nora, 1931- dancer.
Rabovsky, Istvan, dancer.
Ulanova, Galina Sergeevna, 1910-1998, dancer.
Krassovska, Natalie, dancer.
Marchand, Colette, dancer.
Jeanmaire, Zizi, 1924-2020, dancer.
Smith, Lois, dancer.
Adams, David, dancer.
Barzel, Ann. Cinematographer
Berezov, N. (Nikolaĭ), 1906- choreographer.
Fokine, Michel, 1880-1942, choreographer.
Petit, Roland, 1924-2011, choreographer.
Tudor, Antony, 1909-1987, choreographer.
Lander, Harald, 1905-1971, choreographer.
Charnley, Michael, choreographer.
National Ballet of Canada.
London's Festival Ballet.
Ballets de Paris (Company)
Ballets des Champs-Elysées.
Added Title
Offenbach in the underworld (Choreographic work : Tudor)
Napoli (Choreographic work : Lander, H)
Symphony for fun (Choreographic work : Charnley)
Giselle (Choreographic work : Dolin after Coralli and Perrot)
Esmeralda (Choreographic work : Beriosoff)
Prince Igor (Choreographic work : Beriosoff after Fokin)
Schéhérazade (Choreographic work : Beriosoff after Fokin)
Swan lake (Choreographic work). Black swan pas de deux.
Bolero (Choreographic work : Dolin)
Oeuf à la coque (Choreographic work : Petit, R)
Duel (Choreographic work : Dollar)
Carmen (Choreographic work : Petit)
Forains (Choreographic work : Petit, R)
Ann Barzel Collection.
Research Call Number
*MGZIC 9-3598
*MGZHB 16-2523 Additional copy; 1 film reel (1530 ft.) ; 16 mm.
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