Third International Ballet Competition, Jackson, MissAdditional title: Don Quixote (Choreographic work)Additional title: Match (Choreographic work : Schilling)
NamesMeja, Daniel (Dancer)De Lavallade, Carmen, 1931- (Host)Briansky, Oleg (Host)Muus, Henriette (Dancer)Kølpin, Alexander (Dancer)Gallardo, Cristina (Dancer)Zubiria, Alexis (Dancer)Gafner, Frédéric (Dancer)Block, Bart de (Dancer)Lauwens, Kimmy (Dancer)Gelfand, Jennifer (Dancer)Stierle, Edward, 1968-1991 (Dancer)Ransom, Jeremy (Dancer)Kováts, Tibor (Dancer)Stokes, Sian (Dancer)Marchant, Adam (Dancer)Matz, Oliver (Dancer)Lubitz, Monika (Dancer)Pisarev, Vadim (Dancer)Ananiashvili, Nina (Dancer)Liepa, Andris (Dancer)Martin, Frank (Dancer)Nebrada, Vicente (Choreographer)Brabants, Jeanne, 1920- (Choreographer)Smuin, Michael (Choreographer)Schilling, Tom (Choreographer)
General Dance Video Archive
Dates / OriginDate Created: 1986-06-15 - 1986-06-28
Table of ContentsCassette 1 (43 min.): Six solos danced by Daniel Meja in the 1st and 2nd elimination rounds and in the awards gala performance: La bayadère (choreography: Marius Petipa; music: Ludwig Minkus), Coppélia (choreography: Arthur Saint-Léon; music: Léo Delibes), Mon Dieu (choreography: Michael Smuin; music: Charles Dumont), Don Quixote (choreography: Petipa; music: Minkus), Les sylphides (choreography: Mikhail Fokin; music: Chopin), and Des Knaben Wunderhorn (choreography: Frank Martin; music: Mahler). Excerpts from the awards gala performance, June 28, 1986: Curtain raiser with all competitors on stage. Flower festival at Genzano pas de deux (choreography: August Bournonville; music: E. Helsted), danced by Henriette Muus and Alexander Kølpin. Lento a tempo appassionato (choreography: Vicente Nebrada; music: Alexander Scriabin), danced by Cristina Gallardo and Alexis Zubiria. Solo from La sylphide, Act I (choreography: Petipa after Bournonville; music: Lovenskjold), danced by Frédéric Gafner. - Cassette 2 (58 min.): Arabesque (choreography: Jeanne Brabants; music: Debussy), danced by Bart de Block and Kimmy Lauwens. Don Quixote pas de deux (choreography: Petipa; music: Minkus), danced by Jennifer Gelfand and Edward Stierle. Lensky's solo from Eugene Onegin (choreography: John Cranko; music: Tchaikovsky), danced by Jeremy Ransom. Des Knaben Wunderhorn [also on cassette 1]. Solo from Flames of Paris (choreography: Vasili Vainonen; music: Boris Asafiev), danced by Tibor Kováts. Bhakti pas de deux (choreography: Maurice Béjart; music: Traditional folk), danced by Sian Stokes and Adam Marchant. Match (choreography: Tom Schilling; music: Siegfried Matthus), danced by Oliver Matz and Monika Lubitz. Solo with coda from Don Quixote (choreography: Petipa; music: Minkus), danced by Vadim Pisarev. Pas de deux from Raymonda, Act II (choreography: Yuri Grigorovich after Petipa; music: Glazounov), danced by Nina Ananiashvili and Andris Liepa. - Cassette 3 (8 min.): Conclusion of Raymonda pas de deux.
Library locationsJerome Robbins Dance DivisionShelf locator: *MGZIDF 7929Shelf locator: *MGZIC 9-1534 (former)
TopicsPas de deuxInternational Ballet Competition (Jackson, Miss.)
GenresFilmed danceFilmed performances
NotesVenue: Dance excerpts from the Third International Ballet Competition, Jackson, Miss., June 15-28, 1986. Funding: Preservation of this video was supported by a grant from the National Historical Publications and Records Commission.Performers: Masters of ceremonies: Carmen de Lavallade and Oleg Briansky.
Physical DescriptionVideocassetteExtent: 3 videocassettes (U-matic) (115 min.) : sound, color ; 3/4 in.
Type of ResourceMoving image
IdentifiersRLIN/OCLC: NYPY906003746-FNYPL catalog ID (B-number): b12168227Universal Unique Identifier (UUID): 5a4bfa70-8cdb-0135-eb31-21b51d6edf54
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