8 thoughts on “ Giselle - Peasant Pas de Deux (Act I) - Various - The French Classics (Vinyl, LP) ”

  1. Giselle (/ dʒ ɪ ˈ z ɛ l /; French:), originally titled Giselle, ou les Wilis (French: [ʒizɛl u le vili], ' Giselle, or The Wilis '), is a romantic ballet ("ballet-pantomime") in two acts, and is considered a masterwork in the classical ballet performance canon. It was first performed by the Ballet du Théâtre de l'Académie Royale de Musique at the Salle Le Peletier in Paris, France on Based on: Heinrich Heine's De l'Allemagne, .
  2. Jun 30,  · Performed by Patricia Zhou from the Kirov Academy of Ballet in Washington D.C. at the age of Teachers: Mme. Ludmila Morkovina and Mr. Anatoli Kucheruk.
  3. Apr 06,  · I could be wrong, but I am pretty that somewhere in the history of Giselle Petipa had Minkus write a Pas de deux for the 1st act of Giselle. As you may know Minkus also wrote the "coda" for the Act II pas de deux (the music that follows Albrecht's variation) and the Variation of Giselle in Act I (according to Spessivtseva who 1st performed the solo) though the music is from some other ballet I.
  4. Dec 30,  · Xander Parish - Albrecht's Variation, Giselle Act 2 (Debut) - Duration: Xander Parish 65, views. Peasant pas de deux Giselle Kirk Peterson and Marianne Tcherkassky - .
  5. Jan 20,  · Andrew Kuharsky doing 2 solos from the Peasant Pas de Deux from Giselle as a guest with the Permian Civic Ballet in Midland, TX.
  6. in Paris, Théâtre de l’Académie Royale de Musique Librettist Théophile Gautier () Henri Saint-Georges () Language French Composer Time Period Comp. Period: Romantic: Piece Style Romantic: Instrumentation Orchestra External Links Wikipedia article.
  7. Apr 10,  · Lucinda Worthington Shore _ Peasant Pas Act 1 Giselle - Duration: Tanya Pearson Academy 1, views. Peasant Pas de Deux Variation (Giselle) - Margaret Mullin - Duration:
  8. The so-called "Peasant pas de deux" was interpolated into act I of the original production of "Giselle" in for the Ballerina Nathalie Fitzjames. As mistress of an influential patron of the Paris Opéra, her request to participate in the production was granted/5(8).

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