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Šeštadienis, 09 gegužės 2009
Boris Asafiev. Flames of Paris

June 2008. Bolshoi Ballet prepares for remake of Flames of Paris. Artistic director, Alexei Ratmansky, is shown rehearsing his company, including stars, Natalia Osipova and Maria Alexandrova.The company is shown watching old film clips, including some that may be as old as the 1930s. The rarest film clip is one with Sofia Golovkina, who was the head of the Balshoi ballet school. She is seen dancing with Vyacheslav Golubin. Other dancer shown include Ekaterina Maximova, Nina Sorokina, Vakhtang Chabukiani and Gennadi Lediakh. This is part 1 of 2.



This is part 2 of 2



This feature shows the first two performances of the Bolshoi Ballet new production of Flames of Paris. The opening night cast was Maria Alexandrova, Alexander Volchkov, Nina Kaptsova and Dennis Savin. The second cast was Natalia Osipova, Ivan Vasiliev, Anastasia Goriacheva and Vyacheslav Lopatin . For Ludmila Semenyaka fans, you can see her dancing as one of the French aristocrats.





The Flames of Paris. Boris Asafiev. Bolshoi.Moscow. July 3, 2008 Premiered on July 3, 2008.

On the Eve of the Great French Revolution
Book by Alexander Belinsky and Alexei Ratmansky on the basis of the original libretto by Nikolai Volkov and Vladimir Dmitriev
Maria Alexandrova Alexander Volchkov



Maria Alexandrova



Presentaion of the ballet at the Bolshoi theater. June, 26, 2008



Following the plot, an actress Mireille de Poitiers (here Marina Kondratieva) and her friend, an actor Antoine Mistral (Valery Lagunov, both from the Bolshoi) dance this Pas de Deux, choreographed by Vassily Vainonen, in the 2nd act, during a royal festivity in Versailles.
The female variation was performed often at concerts and is known as Lully's Gavotte.

The music of this pd2 belongs to different composers and arranged by Boris Asafiev. Adagio and Male variation are taken from the opera "Alcyone" (1706) by Marin Marais. Female variation came from the opera "Atys" (1676) by Jean-Baptiste Lully. Coda is composed by Asafiev himself.



Fragments of character dances choreographed by Vasily Vainonen on the music by Boris Asafiev. This clip is made on the basis of the well known movie "Masters of the Russian Ballet" directed by Herbert (Gerbert) Rappaport (1953).



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