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Ostasien-Tournee [videorecording]

Ostasien-Tournee [videorecording]

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2 videocassettes. 123 min. : sd. color PAL.; 1/2 in. (VHS)
Uniform Title
  • Canto vital (Choreographic work : Plise︠t︡skiĭ)
  • Enas (Choreographic work : Haydée)
  • Gaîté parisienne (Choreographic work : Béjart)
  • Onegin (Choreographic work : Cranko)
  • Requiem (Choreographic work : MacMillan)
  • Taming of the shrew (Choreographic work : Cranko)
  • Troy-game (Choreographic work : North)
  • Voluntaries (Choreographic work : Tetley)
Documentaries and factual films and programs.
  • [Producer?]/director: Jean Christophe Blavier. Camera: Eugenio Crestto Leiva. Narrator: Hans Peter Bögel. In German.
  • Performed by the Stuttgart Ballet.
  • DANCE CONTENTS: Cassette 1 (approx. 62 min.) includes excerpts from: Requiem. Chor: Kenneth MacMillan. Mus: Gabriel Fauré. Recorded in studio rehearsal and in performance. -- Voluntaries. Chor: Glen Tetley. Mus: Francis Poulenc. Recorded in studio rehearsal (perf. by Susanne Hanke and Tamas Detrich) and in performance (perf. by Marcia Haydée, Richard Cragun, and others). -- ENAS. Chor: Marcia Haydée. Mus: Vangelis Papathanassiou. Recorded in studio rehearsal. Perf. by Birgit Keil and Cragun. -- The taming of the shrew. Chor: John Cranko. Mus: Kurt-Heinz Stolze after Domenico Scarlatti. Recorded in performance at the China Arts Festival, Beijing. Perf. by Cragun (Petruchio), Haydée (Kate), and others. -- Canto vital. Chor: Azari Plisetzki. Mus: Gustav Mahler. Recorded in performance. Perf. by Cragun, Marco Santi, Benito Marcellino, and Randy Diamond. -- Cassette 2 (approx. 61 min.): Performance excerpts from The taming of the shrew, Voluntaries, Canto vital, and Requiem. -- Troy game. Chor: Robert North. Mus: original batucada. Recorded in rehearsal and performance. Perf. by men's ensemble. -- Gaîté parisienne. Chor: Maurice Béjart. Mus: Jacques Offenbach. Recorded in performance. Perf. by Santi, Mark McClain, Stephen Greenston (Offenbach), Annie Mayet, Detrich, and others. -- Onegin. Chor: Cranko. Mus: Tchaikovsky, arranged by Stolze. Recorded in performance. Perf. by Haydée, Cragun, and others. -- ENAS. Credits
  • above. Recorded in performance. Perf. by Keil and Cragun.
Call Number
*MGZIA 4-1708
Ostasien-Tournee [videorecording]
Two-part documentary on the Stuttgart Ballet's tour of China and Japan in autumn 1987. The documentary begins with the company's preparations in Stuttgart, then follows the dancers through classes, rehearsals, performances, sightseeing, and post-performance parties in Beijing, Shanghai, and Tokyo. Cassette 1 includes footage of Chinese ballet students in Shanghai; cassette 2 includes excerpts from a Chinese dance performance that combines traditional and contemporary elements, and an interview of Marcia Haydée by Prince Takamoto. Haydée's pas de deux ENAS, which was premiered in Tokyo during this tour, is seen in rehearsal and performance.
Local Subject
Ballet in television. Ostasien-Tournee.
Added Author
Haydée, Marcia, choreographer, dancer. Interviewee
Cragun, Richard, dancer.
Hanke, Susanne, dancer.
Detrich, Tamas, dancer.
Keil, Birgit, dancer.
Santi, Marco, dancer.
Marcellino, Benito, dancer.
Diamond, Randy, dancer.
McClain, Mark, dancer.
Greenston, Stephen, dancer.
Mayet, Annie, dancer.
Klos, Vladimir, dancer.
Cranko, John, choreographer.
Béjart, Maurice, choreographer.
Blavier, Jean-Christophe. Producer. Director
Tetley, Glen, choreographer.
Plise︠t︡skiĭ, Azariĭ, choreographer.
MacMillan, Kenneth, choreographer.
Fauré, Gabriel, 1845-1924. Composer
Poulenc, Francis, 1899-1963. Composer
Vangelis. Composer
Stolze, Kurt-Heinz, 1930-1970. Composer
Scarlatti, Domenico, 1685-1757. Composer
Mahler, Gustav, 1860-1911. Composer
Offenbach, Jacques, 1819-1880. Composer
Tchaikovsky, Peter Ilich, 1840-1893. Composer
North, Robert, 1945- choreographer.
Stuttgarter Ballett.
China Arts Festival (Beijing, China)
Added Title
Requiem (Choreographic work : MacMillan)
Voluntaries (Choreographic work : Tetley)
Taming of the shrew (Choreographic work : Cranko)
Enas (Choreographic work : Haydée)
Canto vital (Choreographic work : Plise︠t︡skiĭ)
Troy-game (Choreographic work : North)
Gaîté parisienne (Choreographic work : Béjart)
Onegin (Choreographic work : Cranko)
Research Call Number
*MGZIA 4-1708
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