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[Dance films by Ann Barzel]

Title
[Dance films by Ann Barzel] [electronic resource]
Publication
1936-1952.

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Description
1 streaming video file (NTSC) (47 min.) : si., b&w and col.
Donor/Sponsor
Ann Barzel Collection.
Uniform Title
  • Pied piper (Choreographic work : Robbins)
  • Interplay (Choreographic work : Robbins)
  • Facsimile (Choreographic work : Robbins)
  • Streetcar named desire (Choreographic work : Bettis)
  • Ballet imperial (Choreographic work : Balanchine)
  • Aurora's wedding (Choreographic work : Petipa, M)
  • Scuola di ballo (Choreographic work : Massine)
  • Union Pacific; or The golden spike (Choreographic work : Massine)
  • Boutique fantasque (Choreographic work : Massine)
  • Concurrence (Choreographic work : Balanchine)
  • Afternoon of a faun (Choreographic work : after Nijinsky)
  • Danses slaves et tziganes (Choreographic work : Nijinska)
Genre/Form
  • Dance.
  • Motion pictures.
  • Video.
Note
  • Title from information provided by donor.
Access (note)
  • Patrons can access streaming video file online only on site at the Library for the Performing Arts.
Event (note)
  • Filmed in performance at various locations and dates by Ann Barzel.
Contents
  • The pied piper (ca. 4 min., b&w) / recorded in performance in 1954 ; choreography, Jerome Robbins ; danced by New York City Ballet: Diana Adams, Nicholas Magallanes, Janet Reed, Jacques d'Amboise, and others.
  • Interplay (ca. 6 min., col. and b&w) / recorded in three performances, 1945 and later, edited for continuity, with some repetition ; choreography, Jerome Robbins ; costumes, Irene Sharaff ; danced by Ballet Theatre: Janet Reed, Melissa Hayden, Fernand Nault, John Kriza, Zachary Solov, and others.
  • Facsimile (ca. 8 min., b&w and col.) / recorded in three performances in 1946 [and later?], edited for continuity, with some repetition ; choreography, Jerome Robbins ; scenery, Oliver Smith ; costumes, Irene Sharaff ; danced by Ballet Theatre: Nora Kaye, Hugh Laing, and John Kriza. This footage also appears, in b&w only, on *MGZIA 4-834 American Ballet Theatre: Film segments with Nora Kaye.
  • A streetcar named desire (ca. 6 min., b&w) / recorded in performance, ca. 1952 ; choreography, Valerie Bettis ; libretto based on the play by Tennessee Williams ; costumes, Saul Bolasni ; danced by the Slavenska-Franklin Ballet: Mia Slavenska (Blanche), Frederic Franklin (Stanley), and others.
  • Ballet imperial (ca. 6 min., b&w and col.) / recorded in two performances, ca. 1944 ; choreography, George Balanchine ; scenery and costumes, Mstislav Doboujinsky ; danced by the Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo: Mary Ellen Moylan, Maria Tallchief, Nicholas Magallanes, and others.
  • Aurora's wedding (ca. 4 min., b&w) / recorded in two performances at the Auditorium Theater, Chicago, in April 1937 ; choreography, after Marius Petipa ; scenery, Léon Bakst ; costumes, Alexandre Benois ; danced by the Original Ballet Russe: Irina Baronova (Princess Aurora), Paul Petroff (Prince Charming), and others.
  • Scuola di ballo (ca. 2 min., b&w) / recorded in performance, ca. 1936 ; choreography, Léonide Massine ; libretto, Massine after the play by Carlo Goldoni ; scenery and costumes, Comte Etienne de Beaumont ; danced by the Original Ballet Russe.
  • Union Pacific (ca. 2 min., b&w) / recorded in performance, ca. 1936 ; choreography, Léonide Massine ; libretto, Archibald MacLeish ; scenery, Albert Johnson ; costumes, Irene Sharaff ; danced by the Original Ballet Russe.
  • La boutique fantasque (ca. 5 min., b&w) / recorded in three performances, ca. 1936, edited for continuity, with some repetition ; choreography, Léonide Massine ; libretto, scenery, costumes, André Derain ; danced by the Original Ballet Russe.
  • La concurrence (ca. 1 min., b&w) / recorded in performance, ca. 1936 ; choreography, George Balanchine ; libretto, scenery, and costumes, André Derain ; danced by the Original Ballet Russe.
  • L'après-midi d'un faune (ca. 1 min., b&w) / recorded in performance, ca. 1936 ; choreography, after Vaslav Nijinsky ; scenery, Prince A. Schervachidze ; costumes, Léon Bakst ; danced by the Original Ballet Russe: David Lichine (faun), Tamara Grigorieva (nymph), and others.
  • Danses slaves et tziganes (ca. 20 sec., b&w) / recorded in performance, ca. 1936 ; choreography, Bronislava Nijinska ; danced by the Original Ballet Russe.
  • Irina Baronova being photographed by Maurice Seymour (ca. 2 min., b&w) / with her husband German [Gerald] Sevastianov and others.
Call Number
*MGZHB 12-2537
Title
[Dance films by Ann Barzel] [electronic resource]
Imprint
1936-1952.
Country of Producing Entity
U.S.
Event
Filmed in performance at various locations and dates by Ann Barzel.
Summary
Compilation of excerpts from twelve ballets presented by New York City Ballet, American Ballet Theatre, Slavenska-Franklin Ballet, Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo, and Original Ballet Russe, followed by footage of ballerina Irina Baronova in a photograph session.
Restricted Access
Patrons can access streaming video file online only on site at the Library for the Performing Arts.
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Local Subject
Drama and dance.
Added Author
Adams, Diana, dancer.
Magallanes, Nicholas, dancer.
Reed, Janet, 1916-2000, dancer.
D'Amboise, Jacques, 1934-2021, dancer.
Hayden, Melissa, dancer.
Nault, Fernand, dancer.
Kriza, John, 1919-1975, dancer.
Solov, Zachary, 1923- dancer.
Kaye, Nora, 1920-1987, dancer.
Laing, Hugh, dancer.
Slavenska, Mia, dancer.
Franklin, Frederic, 1914-2013, dancer.
Moylan, Mary Ellen, dancer.
Tallchief, Maria, dancer.
Baronova, Irina, dancer.
Petroff, Paul, dancer.
Lichine, David, dancer.
Grigorieva, Tamara, dancer.
Seymour, Maurice. Photographer
Sevastianov, Gerald.
Robbins, Jerome, choreographer.
Bettis, Valerie, 1919-1982, choreographer.
Petipa, Marius, 1818-1910, choreographer.
Balanchine, George, choreographer.
Massine, Leonide, 1896-1979, choreographer.
Nijinska, Bronislava, 1891-1972, choreographer.
Sharaff, Irene. Costume designer
Williams, Tennessee, 1911-1983. Author
Goldoni, Carlo, 1707-1793. Author
MacLeish, Archibald, 1892-1982. Librettist
Bakst, Léon, 1866-1924. Designer. Costume designer
Derain, André, 1880-1954. Designer. Costume designer
Barzel, Ann. Cinematographer
New York City Ballet.
American Ballet Theatre.
Slavenska-Franklin Ballet.
Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo.
Original Ballet Russe.
DHCA.
Added Title
Pied piper (Choreographic work : Robbins)
Interplay (Choreographic work : Robbins)
Facsimile (Choreographic work : Robbins)
Streetcar named desire (Choreographic work : Bettis)
Ballet imperial (Choreographic work : Balanchine)
Aurora's wedding (Choreographic work : Petipa, M)
Scuola di ballo (Choreographic work : Massine)
Union Pacific; or The golden spike (Choreographic work : Massine)
Boutique fantasque (Choreographic work : Massine)
Concurrence (Choreographic work : Balanchine)
Afternoon of a faun (Choreographic work : after Nijinsky)
Danses slaves et tziganes (Choreographic work : Nijinska)
Ann Barzel Collection.
Research Call Number
*MGZHB 12-2537 Additional copy ; 1 film reel (1121 ft.) si. at sd. speed. 16 mm
*MGZIC 9-3612
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