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Maria Tallchief coaching excerpts from Apollo and Swan Lake (107:15)

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Premiere: November 15, 1951, New York City Ballet. Cast: Apollo, André Eglevsky; Terpsichore, Maria Tallchief; Calliope, Diana Adams; Polyhymnia, Tanaquil Le Clercq; Leto, Barbara Milberg; Handmaidens, Irene Larsson, Jillana. Note: Originally presented by Diaghilev's Ballets Russes, Paris, 1928, titled Apollon Musagète. From 1957, titled Apollo and danced in practice clothes. SWAN LAKE. Music: Peter Ilyitch Tchaikovsky. Choreography By George Balanchine after Lev Ivanov. Scenery and costumes by Cecil Beaton. Premiere: November 20, 1951, New York City Ballet. Cast: Odette, Queen of the Swans, Maria Tallchief; Prince Siegfried, André Eglevsky, et al. Note: Balanchine's version of Swan Lake was based on Act II of the original four-act production, reproducing Ivanov's WHITE SWAN ADAGIO (the pas de deux), the Swan Queen's solo and coda entrance, and the DANCE OF THE FOUR CYGNETS (the pas de quatre); the entrance of the Swans derives from traditional versions. Music and Book by Igor Stravinsky (Apollo Musagetes, 1927-28)

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Maria Tallchief coaching excerpts from Apollo and Swan Lake

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Premiere: November 15, 1951, New York City Ballet. Cast: Apollo, André Eglevsky; Terpsichore, Maria Tallchief; Calliope, Diana Adams; Polyhymnia, Tanaquil Le Clercq; Leto, Barbara Milberg; Handmaidens, Irene Larsson, Jillana. Note: Originally presented by Diaghilev's Ballets Russes, Paris, 1928, titled Apollon Musagète. From 1957, titled Apollo and danced in practice clothes. SWAN LAKE. Music: Peter Ilyitch Tchaikovsky. Choreography By George Balanchine after Lev Ivanov. Scenery and costumes by Cecil Beaton. Premiere: November 20, 1951, New York City Ballet. Cast: Odette, Queen of the Swans, Maria Tallchief; Prince Siegfried, André Eglevsky, et al. Note: Balanchine's version of Swan Lake was based on Act II of the original four-act production, reproducing Ivanov's WHITE SWAN ADAGIO (the pas de deux), the Swan Queen's solo and coda entrance, and the DANCE OF THE FOUR CYGNETS (the pas de quatre); the entrance of the Swans derives from traditional versions. Music and Book by Igor Stravinsky (Apollo Musagetes, 1927-28)

Length: 108 minutes

Item#: BVL202987

Copyright date: ©1997

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