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Death in Venice a dance of death by John Neumeier

Title
Death in Venice [videorecording] : a dance of death by John Neumeier / choreography and staging by John Neumeier ; music by Johann Sebastian Bach and Richard Wagner ; [performed by] The Hamburg Ballet ; presented by Brooklyn Academy of Music.
Publication
c2007.

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Description
1 videodisc (NTSC) (126 min.) : sd., col.; 4 3/4 in.
Uniform Title
Tod in Venedig (Choreographic work : Neumeier)
Genre/Form
  • Video.
  • Dance.
Note
  • A free adaptation of the novella by Thomas Mann.
Access (note)
  • Permission required.
Credits (note)
  • Scenic design by Peter Schmidt ; costume design by John Neumeier and Peter Schmidt ; lighting concept by John Neumeier ; concert piano, Elizabeth Cooper.
  • Video, Character Generators, Inc. ; cameraperson, Mark Robison.
Event (note)
  • Videotaped in performance at Brooklyn Academy of Music Gilman Opera House, Brooklyn, N.Y., as part of the 2007 Spring Season, on Feb. 8, 2007.
System Details (note)
  • DVD.
Source (note)
  • Brooklyn Academy of Music.
Contents
  • Part I: I. Fame and creation -- II. On the brink of exhaustion -- III. A sensation of swimming, the journey to Venice -- IV. The silent encounter, Hôtel des Bains.
  • Part II: V. In elysium, on the Lido -- VI. A Dionysian dream -- VII. Metamorphosis -- VIII. Dance of Death, Cholera in Venice -- IX. The pure sound of the piano, decision and farewell -- X. Liebestod
Call Number
*MGZIDVD 5-3510
OCLC
191800384
Title
Death in Venice [videorecording] : a dance of death by John Neumeier / choreography and staging by John Neumeier ; music by Johann Sebastian Bach and Richard Wagner ; [performed by] The Hamburg Ballet ; presented by Brooklyn Academy of Music.
Imprint
c2007.
Country of Producing Entity
U.S.
System Details
DVD.
Credits
Scenic design by Peter Schmidt ; costume design by John Neumeier and Peter Schmidt ; lighting concept by John Neumeier ; concert piano, Elizabeth Cooper.
Video, Character Generators, Inc. ; cameraperson, Mark Robison.
Performer
Performed by The Hamburg Ballet: Lloyd Riggins (Gustav von Aschenbach, the great choreographer); Laura Cazzaniga (his assistant, his mother, Tadzio's mother); Ivan Urban (his "Frederick the Great"); Hélène Bouchet (his "La Barbarina"); Silvia Azzoni, Alexandre Riabko (his concepts); Sébastien Thill, Anja Behrend, Odette Borchert, Georgina Broadhurst, Stella Kanatouri, Carolina Mancuso, Stephanie Minler, Yuka Oishi, Lucia Solari, Lisa Todd, Mariana Zanotto, Joseph Aitken, Silvano Ballone, Christopher Orkan Dann, Emil Faskhoutdinov, Yaroslav Ivanenko, Stefano Palmigiano, Yohan Stegli (his sketches); Konstantin Tselikov (a younger Aschenbach), Vladimir Kocić (a photographer); Otto Bubení̆cek, Amilcar Moret Gonzalez (the wanderer, the gondolier, a dancing couple, Dionysos, the hairdresser, the guitarist); Edvin Revazov (Tadzio); Stella Kanatouri, Carolina Mancuso, Lisa Todd (his three sisters); Thiago Bordin (Jaschu, Tadzio's friend); Niurka Moredo, Carsten Jung, Anja Behrend, Catherine Dumont, Irina Krouglikova, Anna Laudere, Anna Rabsztyn, Patricia Tichy, Miljana Vrăcarić, Dina Zaripova, Silvano Ballone, Antonin Comestaz, Peter Dingle, Emil Faskhoutdinov, Dario Franconi, Yaroslav Ivanenko, Stefano Palmigiano, Sébastien Thill (guests at the Hôtel des Bains); Joseph Aitken, Anton Alexandrov, Silvano Ballone, Yohan Stegli, Alexandr Trusch, Konstantin Tselikov, Kiran West (boys on the beach); Anja Behrend, Catherine Dumont, Anna Laudere, Anna Rabsztyn, Patricia Tichy, Joseph Aitken, Peter Dingle, Emil Faskhoutdinov, Stefano Palmigiano, Sébastien Thill (bacchanal); Christopher Orkan Dann, Matias Iaconianni, Vladimir Kocić, Yosuke Kusano (those that carry the dead).
Event
Videotaped in performance at Brooklyn Academy of Music Gilman Opera House, Brooklyn, N.Y., as part of the 2007 Spring Season, on Feb. 8, 2007.
Restricted Access
Permission required.
Source
Gift; Brooklyn Academy of Music. NN-PD
Added Author
Neumeier, John, 1939- choreographer.
Neumeier, John, 1939- costume designer.
Neumeier, John, 1939- lighting designer.
Mann, Thomas, 1875-1955. Tod in Venedig. English.
Bach, Johann Sebastian, 1685-1750, composer (expression)
Wagner, Richard, 1813-1883, composer (expression)
Schmidt, Peter, set designer.
Azzoni, Silvia, dancer.
Bouchet, Hélène, dancer.
Boulogne, Joëlle, dancer.
Cassaniga, Laura, dancer.
Jurgensen, Heather, dancer.
Kohoutková, Barbora, dancer.
Polikarpova, Anna, dancer.
Bordin, Thiago, dancer.
Bubenicek, Otto, dancer.
Jung, Carsten, dancer.
Riabko, Alexander, dancer.
Riggins, Lloyd, dancer.
Urban, Ivan, dancer.
Moret Gonzalez, Amilcar, dancer.
Revazov, Edvin, dancer.
Tselikov, Konstantin, dancer.
Kocić, Vladimir, performer.
Robison, Mark (Cameraman), videographer.
Hamburger Ballett.
Brooklyn Academy of Music.
Character Generators/Video.
Brooklyn Academy of Music. Donor NN-PD
Added Title
Tod in Venedig (Choreographic work : Neumeier)
Research Call Number
*MGZIDVD 5-3510
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