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Igra koja zivot znaci [videorecording] = Living through dance

Title
Igra koja zivot znaci [videorecording] = Living through dance / [written by] Milica Zajcev.
Publication
1996.

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2 videocassettes (220 min.) : sd., col. and b&w NTSC; 1/2 in. (VHS)
Uniform Title
  • Amour du moyen âge (Choreographic work : Mlakar, Pino)
  • Anna Karenina (Choreographic work : Parlić)
  • Bolero (Choreographic work : Béjart)
  • Don Quixote (Choreographic work : Logunov)
  • Dying swan (Choreographic work : Fokine)
  • Firebird (Choreographic work : Béjart)
  • Giselle (Choreographic work : Lavrovskiĭ after Coralli and Perrot)
  • Golem (Choreographic work : Parlić)
  • Juan of Zarissa (Choreographic work : Parlić)
  • Katarina Ismailova 77 (Choreographic work : Parlić)
  • Legend of Ohrid (Choreographic work : Froman)
  • Miraculous mandarin (Choreographic work : Parlić)
  • Nutcracker (Choreographic work : Prebil)
  • Ohridska legenda (Choreographic work : Parlić)
  • Racconto cinese (Choreographic work : Parlić)
  • Romeo and Juliet (Choreographic work : Lavrovskiĭ)
  • Romeo and Juliet (Choreographic work : Parlić)
  • Symphony in C (Choreographic work : Parlić)
Subjects
Genre/Form
  • Dance.
  • Video.
Event (note)
  • Telecast on Yugoslav television.
Language (note)
  • Title and contents from accompanying data sheet in English and Croatian.
  • In Serbian.
Contents
  • Cassette 1. [First program; lacks opening credits] (ca. 44 min. total). Dimitrije Parlić, choreographer. Includes interview with Parlić and excerpts from his works The miraculous mandarin (music, Béla Bartók), danced by Dusanka [Duška] Sifnios and Borivoje Mladenović -- Symphony in C (music, Georges Bizet), danced in stage rehearsal in 1964 by Jovanka Bjegojević, Mladenović, and others -- Anna Karenina (music, Rodion Shchedrin), rehearsal and performance footage, danced by Višnja Djordjević, Radomir Vučić, Dušan Simić, and Vladimir Logunov -- The legend of Ohrid: maidens' round dance (music, Stevan Hristić), danced by female ensemble of the Belgrade National Theater.
  • Bojana Perić, dancer. Includes interview.
  • Brankó Marković, dancer, choreographer. Includes excerpts from Romeo and Juliet (choreography, Leonid Lavrovskiĭ ; music, Sergey Prokofiev), danced by the Kirov Ballet -- the oro, a traditional dance form from Macedonia, [performed as part of?] Vranje suite (choreography, Marković ; music, traditional), danced by the folk ensemble Spanac.
  • Milan Momčilović, dancer. Includes excerpt from The legend of Ohrid (choreography, Margarita Froman ; music, Stevan Hristić), danced by Momčilović.
  • Rut Parnel, dancer. Includes excerpts from Coppélia (choreography, Dimitrije Parlić ; music, Léo Delibes), danced by Parnel and Parlić in 1946 (b&w segment), and by a soloist from the Vienna Opera House (color segment) -- Romeo and Juliet (choreography, Leonid Lavrovskiĭ ; music, Sergey Prokofiev), danced by Galina Ulanova.
  • Mira Sanjina, dancer, choreographer. Includes excerpts from Salome (choreography, Sanjina ; music, Richard Strauss), danced by Sanjina -- The legend of Ohrid: Act III (choreography, Margarita Froman ; music, Stevan Hristić), danced by Sanjina -- Spanish dance (choreography and music not identified), danced by Sanjina and Dušan Trninić.
  • [Second program] (ca. 54 min. total). Dušan Trninić, dancer, choreographer. Includes excerpts from The sleeping beauty: Act III, prince's variation (choreography, Marius Petipa ; music, Peter Tchaikovsky), danced by Trninić -- Polovetsian dances (choreography, Michel Fokine ; music, Aleksandr Borodin), danced by Trninić -- Romeo and Juliet: death of Mercutio (choreography, Dimitrije Parlić ; music, Sergey Prokofiev), danced by Trninić -- L'après-midi d'un faune (choreography, Trninić ; music, Claude Debussy), danced by Sonja Vukičević and Aleksandar Izrailovski.
  • Katarina Obradović, dancer, rehearsal director. Includes excerpts from Ballad of a medieval love [Amour du moyen âge] (choreography, Pino Mlakar ; libretto, Pia Mlakar ; music, Fran Lhotka), danced by Obradović and Dušan Trninić -- Duet (choreography, Katarina Obradović ; music, Aleksandar Obradović), danced by Dušica Tomić and Dušan Simić -- Les sylphides (choreography, Michel Fokine ; music, Frédéric Chopin), danced by Elena Evteeva and the Bolshoi Ballet.
  • Milorad Misković [Miskovitch], dancer, choreographer. Includes excerpts from Les sylphides (choreography, Michel Fokine ; music, Frédéric Chopin), danced by Margot Fonteyn, Rudolf Nureyev, and the Royal Ballet -- Le Cid (choreography, Misković ; music, Jules Massenet), danced by Misković, Višnja Djordjević, Lidija Pilipenko, and Dušica Tomić -- Juan of Zarissa (choreography, Dimitrije Parlić ; music, Werner Egk), danced by Misković -- The legend of Ohrid (choreography, Misković ; music, Stevan Hristić), danced by folk ensembles from Belgrade.
  • Gradimir Hadžislavković, dancer. Includes excerpts from Put your mind on comedy (Stav'te pamet na komediju) (choreography, Vera Kostić ; music, Nikola Hercigonja), danced by Hadžislavković -- Giselle (choreography, Leonid Lavrovskiĭ ; music, Adolphe Adam), danced by the ballet of the Belgrade National Theater (b&w segment) and the Bolshoi Ballet (color segment).
  • Vera Kostić, dancer, choreographer. Includes excerpts from Giselle (choreography, Leonid Lavrovskiĭ ; music, Adolphe Adam), danced by the Bolshoi Ballet: six female dancers (Act I excerpt), Galina Kozlova (Act II, Myrtha's solo) -- rehearsal of an unidentified work choreographed by Kostić, danced by Lidija Pilipenko and Krunislav Simić -- Etudes (choreography, Kostić ; music, Béla Bartók), danced by Duška Sifnios and Borivoje Mladenović -- Blackout (Pomracenja) (choreography, Kostić ; music not identified), danced by Sonja Vukičević -- Bird, don't fold your wings (Ptico ne sklapaj svoja krila) (choreography, Kostić ; music, Enriko Josif), danced by Jovanka Bjegojević and Mladenović.
  • Jovanka Bjegojević, dancer, rehearsal director. Includes excerpts from Cinderella (choreography, Nina Anismiova ; music, Sergey Prokofiev), danced by Bjegojević -- Giselle (choreography, Leonid Lavrovskiĭ ; music, Adolphe Adam), danced by Bjegojević -- Duel (choreography, Dimitrije Parlić ; music, Raffaello de Banfield), danced by Bjegojević and Borivoje Mladenović -- The dying swan (choreography, Michel Fokine ; music, Camille Saint-Saëns), danced by Bjegojević -- Juan of Zarissa (choreography, Parlić ; music, Werner Egk), danced by Bjegojević and Milorad Misković.
  • [Unrelated footage] (ca. 8 min.).
  • Cassette 2. Interview [from an unidentified television program] with Milica Zajcev, author of the book and television program Living through dance (ca. 3 min.). Includes footage of Nina Kirsanova, which is also seen in the third program of Living through dance.
  • [Third program] (ca. 46 min. total). Nina Kirsanova, dancer, teacher. Includes footage of Kirsanova teaching company class at the Belgrade National Theater and earlier footage of a ballet class.
  • Milorad [Mile] Jovanović, dancer, teacher, rehearsal director. Includes interview.
  • Dusanka [Duška] Sifnios, dancer. Includes interview and excerpts from Giselle (choreography, Leonid Lavrovskiĭ ; music, Adolphe Adam), danced by Sifnios and the Ballet of the Belgrade National Theater -- Bolero (choreography, Maurice Béjart ; music, Maurice Ravel), danced in studio rehearsal by Sifnios, with Béjart looking on -- Firebird (choreography, Béjart ; music, Igor Stravinsky), danced by Sifnios and Germinal Casado -- Five flowers daughter (choreography, Sifnios ; music not identified), danced by Sifnios and Radomir Vučić.
  • Stevan Grebeldinger [Grebel], dancer. Includes excerpts from Giselle (choreography, Leonid Lavrovskiĭ ; music, Adolphe Adam), recorded at a stage rehearsal, supervised by Lavrovskiĭ, and in performance ; danced by Duška Sifnios, Grebeldinger, and the ballet of the Belgrade National Theater -- Cleopatra (choreography, Grebeldinger ; music, Bazil Polidoris), danced by Biljana Njegovan, Rastislav Varga, and the ballet of the Serbian National Theater, Novi Sad.
  • Zarko Prebil, dancer, choreographer. Includes excerpts from Vibrations (choreography, Vera Kostić; music, Krešimir Fribec), danced by Lidija Pilipenko and Prebil -- The nutcracker (choreography, Prebil ; music, Peter Tchaikovsky), danced by Ivanka Lukateli and Aleksandar Izrailovski -- Vibrations [see credits above].
  • Lidija Pilipenko, dancer, choreographer. Includes excerpts from Don Quixote (choreography, Marius Petipa ; music, L. Minkus), danced by Pilipenko -- Darinkin dar (choreography, Vera Kostić ; music, Zoran Hristić), danced by Pilipenko and Borivoje Mladenović -- Banovic strahinja (choreography, Pilipenko ; music, Zoran Erić), danced by Marija Janković and Radomir Vučić -- Jelisaveta (choreography, Pilipenko ; music, Zoran Erić), danced by Gordana Simić, Vučić, and Nenad Jeremić with the ballet of the Belgrade National Theater.
  • [Fourth program] (ca. 51 min. total). Radomir Vučić, dancer. Includes excerpts from Romeo and Juliet (choreography, Dimitrije Parlić ; music, Sergey Prokofiev), danced by Dušica Tomić and Vučić -- Jelisaveta (choreography, Lidija Pilipenko ; music, Zoran Erić), danced by Ivanka Lukateli and Vučić -- Giselle (choreography, Leonid Lavrovskiĭ ; music, Adolphe Adam), danced by Višnja Djordjević and Vučić -- Anna Karenina (choreography, Parlić ; music, Rodion Shchedrin), danced by Djordjević and Vučić.
  • Višnja Djordjević, dancer, rehearsal director. Includes excerpts from Giselle (choreography, Leonid Lavrovskiĭ ; music, Adolphe Adam), danced by Djordjević and Radomir Vučić -- The legend of Ohrid (choreography, Dimitrije Parlić ; music, Stevan Hristić), danced by Djordjević and Borivoje Mladenović -- Katarina Izmailovna '77 (choreography, Parlić ; music, Rudolf Brući ; danced by Djordjević, Ivanka Lukateli, and Vučić -- Underground (choreography, Parlić ; music, Stanojlo Rajičić), danced by Djordjević and Vučić -- The legend of Ohrid [see credits above].
  • Borivoje Mladenović, dancer. Includes excerpts from Darinkin dar (choreography, Vera Kostić ; music, Zoran Hristić), danced by Lidija Pilipenko and Mladenović -- Duel (choreography, Dimitrije Parlić ; music, Raffaello de Banfield), danced by Pilipenko and Mladenović -- The golem (choreography, Parlić ; music, Francis Burt), danced by Jovanka Bjegojević and Mladenović -- Adagio (choreography, Temira Pokorni ; music, Tomaso Albinoni), danced by Dušica Tomić and Mladenović.
  • Dušica Tomić, dancer. Includes excerpts from Adagio (choreography, Temira Pokorni ; music, Tomaso Albinoni), danced by Tomić and Borivoje Mladenović -- Romeo and Juliet (choreography, Dimitrije Parlić ; music, Sergey Prokofiev), danced by Tomić.
  • Ivanka Lukateli, dancer, teacher. Includes excerpts from Don Quixote: Act III grand pas de deux, female variation (choreography, Vladimir Logunov ; music, L. Minkus), danced by Lukateli -- The Chinese tale [Racconto cinese] (choreography, Dimitrije Parlić ; music, Krešimir Baranović), danced by Lukateli and Simić -- Petrushka (choreography, Parlić ; music, Igor Stravinsky), danced by Lukateli and Radomir Vučić -- Jelisaveta (choreography, Lidija Pilipenko ; music, Zoran Erić), danced by Lukateli -- Don Quixote: Act III grand pas de deux, adagio [see credits above], danced by Lukateli and Dušan Simić.
  • Dušan Simić, dancer, teacher. Includes excerpts from Don Quixote: Act III grand pas de deux, adagio, male variation (choreography, Vladimir Logunov ; music, L. Minkus), danced by Ivanka Lukateli and Simić -- Petrushka (choreography, Dimitrije Parlić ; music, Igor Stravinsky), danced by Simić -- Banovic strahinja (choreography, Lidija Pilipenko ; music, Zoran Erić), danced by Simić -- Don Quixote: Act II grand pas de deux, coda [see credits above], danced by Lukateli and Simić.
  • [Unidentified television program(s)] (ca. 11 min. total). Ballet premiere, New York / reporter, Snezana Subric ; includes excerpts from Give me your hand, Terpsichore (choreography not identified ; music, Vangelis), danced by Maja Grnja, Olek Dedogrujuk, Olivera Kovacevic-Crnjanski and the ballet of the Serbian National Theater, Novi Sad -- Yugoslav ballet today / includes interviews with Milica Zajcev, dance critic and author, and Erika Marjaš, artistic director of the ballet of the Serbian National Theater, Novi Sad -- Ballet pedagogy / includes interview with Ksenia Dinjaški, teacher at the Novi Sad ballet school ; interviewer, Milica Zajcev -- Ballet choreography / includes interview with choreographer Vladimir Logunov, and excerpts from Love song before death (music, S. Divjakovic), danced by Oksana Storozuk-Vlalukin, Dragan Vlalukin, and Oleg Dedogrujuk -- Ballet competition / includes interview with Branka Rakić, dance critic and author, and competition performances by Svetlana Vukosavljevic, first prize winner at the 1996 Ballet Schools Competition in Novi Sad, [and others?].
  • [Unidentified television program] (ca. 5 min.) / reporter, Milica Zajcev ; review of performance by the Ballet du Rhin in Belgrade on April 29, 1996 ; includes excerpts from George Balanchine's The four temperaments, Jiří Kylián's Stoolgame, and Kurt Jooss's The green table.
  • [Various television programs] (ca. 6 min.) / includes montage of film performances by Gene Kelly, probably from a news report on his death ; a pop music performance by a female singer with dancers ; and scenes of social dancing in a club.
Call Number
*MGZIA 4-2745
Title
Igra koja zivot znaci [videorecording] = Living through dance / [written by] Milica Zajcev.
Imprint
1996.
Country of Producing Entity
Yugoslavia.
Event
Telecast on Yugoslav television.
Summary
Four-part television series (ca. 198 min. total) tracing the careers of prominent 20th-century dancers, choreographers, and teachers in Yugoslavia, illustrated by still photographs and performance excerpts. Cassette 2 also contains excerpts from other television programs on ballet in Yugoslavia and other dance-related subjects.
Language
Title and contents from accompanying data sheet in English and Croatian.
In Serbian.
Added Author
Parlić, Dimitrije, choreographer, dancer. Interviewee
Perić, Bojana. ive, dancer.
Marković, Branko, choreographer, dancer.
Momčilović, Milan, dancer.
Parnel, Rut, 1934-1992, dancer.
Sanjina, Mira, choreographer, dancer.
Trninić, Dušan, dancer.
Obradović, Katarina, choreographer, dancer.
Mišković, Milorad, 1928- choreographer, dancer.
Hadžislavković, Gradimir, dancer.
Kostić, Vera, choreographer, dancer.
Bjegojević, Jovanka, dancer.
Zajcev, Milica. Author. Interviewer. Interviewee
Kirsanova, Nina, dancer.
Jovanović, Mile. ive, dancer.
Sifnios, Duška, choreographer, dancer.
Grebel, Stevan, choreographer, dancer.
Prebil, Zarko, choreographer, dancer.
Pilipenko, Lidija, choreographer, dancer.
Vučić, Radomir, dancer.
Djordjević, Višnja, dancer.
Mladenović, Borivoje, dancer.
Tomić, Dušica, dancer.
Lukateli, Ivanka, dancer.
Simić, Dušan, dancer.
Marjaš-Brzić, Erik. Interviewee
Dinjaški, Ksenija. Interviewee
Logunov, Vladimir, choreographer, dancer.
Rakić, Branka. Interviewee
Vukičević, Sonja, dancer.
Izrailovski, Aleksandar, dancer.
Casado, Germinal, dancer.
Varga, Rastislav, dancer.
Janković, Marija, dancer.
Froman, Margarita, 1890-1970, choreographer.
Lavrovskiĭ, Leonid Mikhaĭlovich, 1905-1967, choreographer.
Fokine, Michel, 1880-1942, choreographer.
Mlakar, Pino, choreographer.
Anisimova, Nina Aleksandrovna, 1909- choreographer.
Béjart, Maurice, choreographer.
Pokorni, Temira, choreographer.
Bartók, Béla, 1881-1945. Composer
Hristić, Stevan, 1885-1958. Composer
Baranović, Krešimir, 1894-1975. Composer
Lhotka, Fran, 1883-1962. Composer
Obradović, Aleksandar, 1927-2001. Composer
Hercigonja, Nikola, 1911- Composer
Josif, Enriko, 1924- Composer
Fribec, Krešimir. Composer
Hristić, Zoran. Composer
Erić, Zoran. Composer
Bruči, Rudolf. Composer
Rajičić, Stanojlo. Composer
Burt, Francis, 1926-2012. Composer
Belgrade. Opera. Ballet.
Novi Sad. Serbian National Theater. Ballet.
Ballet du Rhin.
DHCA.
Added Title
Miraculous mandarin (Choreographic work : Parlić)
Symphony in C (Choreographic work : Parlić)
Anna Karenina (Choreographic work : Parlić)
Ohridska legenda (Choreographic work : Parlić)
Romeo and Juliet (Choreographic work : Lavrovskiĭ)
Legend of Ohrid (Choreographic work : Froman)
Racconto cinese (Choreographic work : Parlić)
Romeo and Juliet (Choreographic work : Parlić)
Amour du moyen âge (Choreographic work : Mlakar, Pino)
Juan of Zarissa (Choreographic work : Parlić)
Giselle (Choreographic work : Lavrovskiĭ after Coralli and Perrot)
Dying swan (Choreographic work : Fokine)
Bolero (Choreographic work : Béjart)
Firebird (Choreographic work : Béjart)
Nutcracker (Choreographic work : Prebil)
Katarina Ismailova 77 (Choreographic work : Parlić)
Golem (Choreographic work : Parlić)
Don Quixote (Choreographic work : Logunov)
Research Call Number
*MGZIA 4-2745
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