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Grahn, Lucile * Catarina Catarina, ou la Fille du bandit Perrot Brandard m 76
Grahn, Lucile Catarina Catarina, ou la Fille du bandit Parrot Brandard b 45 Perrot
, Jules * Diavolino Catarina, ou la Fille du bandit Perrot Brandard m 76 Grahn, ...
Author: Sidney Jackson Jowers
Cesare Pugni (1802–70) made his debut as a composer at La Scala in 1826 with the opera Elerz e Zulmida. In the 1840s he worked closely with the choreographer Jules Perrot (1810–92) in Paris and in London, creating some of the most renowned ballets of the 19th century, a number of which still find their place in some modern repertories. Pugni later followed Perrot to St Petersburg, and became official composer of the Imperial Russian theatres. Some of his earlier ballets were transferred to St Petersburg, and he also composed many new works for that city. Along with Perrot, Pugni also worked with Arthur Saint-Léon (1821–70), Paolo Taglioni (1808–84), Marius Petipa (1818–1910), and some of the greatest dancers of the century. His most famous collaboration, with Marius Petipa, lasted until the composer’s death on 26 January 1870. Pugni was extremely prolific, composing more than 300 ballets, a dozen operas, over 40 masses, other polyphonic works and a few symphonies. He was very popular with the public, who were delighted by his direct uncomplicated style, with its attractive melodies and infectious rhythms. Ondine, choreographed and danced by Perrot and Fanny Cerrito, was premiered at Her Majesty’s Theatre in 1845. It is a variant on the famous water nymph story Undine by Friedrich de la Motte Fouqué. The ballet became famous for the conception of the generic scene type of the Pas de l’Ombre, where the nymph sees her own shadow in the moonlight for the first time and tries to catch it. The ballet was praised for its magnificent décor and for Pugni’s score: “. . . the musical accompaniment which describes the rise and fall of the waves is eminently characteristic and beautiful: the very ripple of the flow, and the rushing sound of the ebb over the pebbly strand, are heard and fully satisfy the ear”. Esmeralda, choreographed by Perrot and premiered with Perrot, Carlotta Grisi and Saint-Léon in the principal roles, was first performed at Her Majesty’s Theatre in London in 1844. The ballet is based on the story of Victor Hugo’s Notre-Dame de Paris. It was reasonably successful, and Grisi was pronounced the perfect personification of the gypsy girl Esmeralda. The ballet later became immensely popular in Russia; Fanny Elssler enjoyed one of her biggest triumphs in the title role. Pugni’s music successfully evokes an atmosphere of Medieval Paris, the changing moods of the story, and the delicate vulnerability of the heroine. For Petipa’s production of 1888, Riccardo Drigo was asked to compose several new numbers, including the Esmeralda Pas de Deux and the Diana and Acteon Pas de Deux, which became very popular in their own right. The Pas de quatre was a divertissement choreographed by Perrot for four of the leading ballerinas of the time, and premiered at Her Majesty’s Theatre in 1845. Created by Marie Taglioni, Carlotta Grisi, Fanny Cerrito and Lucile Grahn, this plotless ballet epitomizes the Romantic cult of the ballerina. Pugni’s variations were exquisitely tailored to the character and particular skills of each of the illustrious protagonists. There were four performances of the Pas de quatre with the original dancers, and there have been many revivals, starting in 1847 (when the part created by Grahn was given to Carolina Rosati), and continuing through to later reconstructions in the 20th century. Catarina, ou La Fille du bandit was choreographed by Perrot, with the principal roles created by Lucile Grahn, Perrot and Louis Gosselin. It was first performed at Her Majesty’s Theatre in 1846. The plot revolves around the love of the painter Salvator Rosa for Catarina, a bandit chief. The ballet grew in popularity due to the fascination and humanity of the unconventional characters from an original story based on the artist’s life, and the incomparable elegance of its mass movements. Founded on the contrast between feminine grace and military precision, this work was one of the greatest triumphs of both Lucile Grahn and Fanny Elssler. Théolinda, ou Le Lutin de la vallée, an opera-ballet in 2 acts and 3 scenes, with choreography by Arthur Saint-Léon, and music by Eugène Gautier, was first performed in Paris at the Théâtre Lyrique in 1853. Later Saint-Léon reworked the piece as Théolinda l’Orpheline for the Bolshoi Theatre of Moscow in 1862, with the score arranged by Pugni. Saint-Léon chose the new young star Marfa Muravieva to create the title role. The work was revived in 1865 with Praskovia Lebedeva, again with Lebedeva in 1866, and once more, in 1870, this time with Ekaterina Vazem. Pugni’s adaptation of the music became popular in Russia, and was published in Saint-Petersburg by Stellowsky.
Catarina,. ou. La. Fille. du. bandit. Ballet in 3 acts and 5 scenes Scenario and
choreography: Jules Perrot Music: Cesare Pugni Sets: Charles Marshall First
performance: London, Her Majesty's Theatre, 3 March 1846 Principal dancers:
Author: Robert Ignatius Letellier
Publisher: Cambridge Scholars Publishing
Volume 4 is devoted to the last years (1857-64); while age and declining health saw a waning of the composer's personal optimism. It contains a series of glossaries listing his compositions and the musical and theatrical works he attended throughout his life, as well as a bibliography.
10.49) PERROT, Jules (choreographer) Catarina, ou La Fille du bandit (see
Pugni) Esmeralda (see Pugni) La Filleule des fees (see Adam) PUGNI, Cesare (
composer) Catarina, ou La Fille du Bandit [Catarina, Tochter der Banditen] (with ...
Author: Giacomo Meyerbeer
Publisher: Fairleigh Dickinson Univ Press
Category: Biography & Autobiography
Sumptuous collection of historic prints from years 1830 to 1860. Taglioni, Elssler, Grisi, other stars by such artists as Chalon, Grevedon, Deveria, and more. Introduction, captions, bibliography.
83 / 4 . List OF PLATES xiii 58 . “ Brigand Polka composed by Anton Wallerstein "
[ Perrot and Grahn in Catarina ou la Fille du bandit ) . Music cover lithographed (
after a print by John Brandard ) by Hutfurd and Hess , N . Y . , n . d . 1242 x 718 .
Author: Parmenia Migel
Publisher: Courier Corporation
Author: New York Public Library. Dance Collection
This is the third and final volume of a bibliography which lists materials catalogued during 1994 by the New York Public Library Dance Collection, a comprehensive archive of dance material. All aspects of dance - historical, theatrical, educational, religious and recreational - are covered. The list includes books, pamphlets, microfilms, periodicals, music scores, dance notation scores, ballet libetti, photographs, slides, original decor and costume designs, drawings, recorded interviews, motion pictures, videotapes, clipping files, programmes and other memorobilia. This bibliography is intended as a supplement to the Dictionary Catalog of the Dance Collection, Performing Arts Research Libraries of The New York Public Library. (G.K. Hall, 1974).
... OU LA FILLE DU BANDIT ( ASTOLFI AFTER PERROT ) ; CATARINA ; OU LA
FILLE DU BANDIT ; THE CORSAIR ; LA ... GRAZIELLA ; OU LES DÉPITS
AMOUREUX ( SAINT - LÉON ) ; LA GUERRE DES FEMMES ; OU LES
AMAZONES DU ...
Author: New York Public Library
Publisher: MacMillan Publishing Company
Edwin Binney. LUCILE GRAHN 60. Lucile Grahn in Catarina ou la Fille du Bandit
. 57. Lucile Grahn / i Cachucha / Frit efter Natur af Em . Bærentzen Em .
Bærentzen & C : lith . Inst . 31.4 cm . not cat . ; repr . Reumert , p . 59 ; Cornell , '
Author: Edwin Binney
Publisher: Dance Books Limited
Category: Performing Arts
Jules Perrot was one of the most brilliant and the most influential choreographers of his age. This intimate biography illustrates how one man's contributions have helped weave the fabric of ballet tradition.
Music by Pugni . Principal characters by M . Taglioni ( Diana ) , Perrot ( Endymion
) . 1846 March 3rd , Her Majesty ' s Th . , London . Catarina , ou la Fille du bandit ,
ballet in 5 scenes . Music by Pugni . Principal characters by Grahn ( Catarina ) ...
Author: Ivor Forbes Guest
Publisher: Princeton Book Company Pub
Category: Performing Arts
Arranged alphabetically from Adolphe Adam to Jiri Kylian, this reference includes entries on individual artists, individual ballets, and on ballet companies.
Author: Martha Bremser
Publisher: Saint James Press
... La Sylphide “ von Jean Schneitzhöffer , appeared sporadically in various towns
, for „ Giselle “ und „ Le Corsaire “ von Adolphe instance in Poznań , where the
strong Ger - Adam , „ Catarina ou la Fille du Bandit “ sowie manization made the
Category: English periodicals
"Exciting and fascinating, this reference work succeeds in its goal of bringing "joy as well as enlightenment" about all forms of dance in all countries of the world. An extremely useful synoptic outline of contents" with nine sections (including "Ritual and Religion" and "Popular Entertainment") enables the user to explore dance in its cultural and social aspects, while topical essays complement the 2,000-plus entries. Heavily illustrated with black-and-white photographs, the encyclopedia captures the fluid movement of dance; with its depth and scope, this outstanding work has carved a well-deserved niche."--"Outstanding Reference Sources: the 1999 Selection of New Titles," American Libraries, May 1999. Comp. by the Reference Sources Committee, RUSA, ALA.
CATARINA . Full title : Catarina , ou la Fille du Bandit . Also known as Caterina ,
ovvero La Figlia del Bandito and Katerina , Doch ' razboinika . Ballet in three acts
and five apology and manifesto for dance , An Essay towards an 80 CATALUÑA.
Author: Selma Jeanne Cohen
Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA
painter produced the ballet Alma ou la fille de Feu , in which Cerrito played one
of her most famous rôles , and of ... In Catarina ou la Fille du Bandit , another
ballet of Perrot's , Grahn appeared in quite another character in her famous Pas ...
Author: Sacheverell Sitwell
Publisher: London ; New York : B. T. Batsford
Revista de ciencias de la danza.
La acción de La Sylphide ( Taglioni , 1832 ) sucede en Escocia ( un lugar
predilecto de los románticos ) ; La Tarentule ( Coralli , 1843 ) , en Calabria ;
Ondine ou la Naïade ( Perrot , 1843 ) , en Sicilia ; Catarina ou la Fille du Bandit (
Representation of a scene in the ballet Éoline , ou la Fille de la Dryade , as
produced at Her Majesty ' s Theatre on 8th March ... Lucile Grahn as Catarina in
the ballet Catarina , ou La Fille du Bandit , as first produced at Her Majesty ' s
Author: Victoria and Albert Museum. Department of Prints and Drawings
Author: Aleksandr Mikhaĭlovich Prokhorov
Category: Encyclopedias and dictionaries
60 , 72 Beretta , Caterina , 17 , 46 , 67 Berger , August , 71 , 72 , 76 Berger ,
Nikolai Aleksandrovich , 20 Bessone , Emma ... 28 Catarina , ou La Fille du
Bandit , 83 Cecchetti , Enrico , 81 , 83 , 86 - 89 , 91 Cecchetti , Josephine , 91
Central State ...
Ben ci dian shou lu guo qu 400 nian zhong guan yu ba lei wu ge ge fang mian de 5000 yu tiao mu, bao gua ba lei wu yan yuan, bian wu zhe, zuo qu jia, wu dao she ji zhe deng.
Author: Horst Koegler