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Caz

24-08-00, 00:30 AM (GMT)
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"Marie-Claude Pietragalla - a video question"
 
   Can anyone tell me which of Marie-Claude Pietragalla's performances are available on video? I've got the POB's 'Swan Lake', but that's all (at least I had it 'til I stupidly leant it to a fellow dance student who's not been to class since. Grrr...)

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Estelle

24-08-00, 01:56 PM (GMT)
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1. "RE: Marie-Claude Pietragalla - a video question"
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   There are at least another videos with Marie-Claude Pietragalla (but I don't know in which countries they are available):

-a video of "The Nutcracker" (Nureyev's production), filmed around 1988, with Elisabeth Maurin and Laurent Hilaire in the main roles, and Pietragalla in a small role.

-a video of Nijinsky's "Afternoon of a faun", with Pietragalla as the Nymph and Charles Jude as the Faun, it is included in a tape called "Paris Dances Diaghilev" filmed around 1990 with also Fokine's "Petrouchka" and "Le spectre de la rose" and Nijinska's "Les Noces".


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