Who Choreographed La Vivandiere?Was It Really St. Léon?
Posted 07 September 2003 - 09:56 AM
Posted 07 September 2003 - 10:03 AM
Perhaps rg or doug has something more specific.
Posted 07 September 2003 - 11:14 AM
Posted 07 September 2003 - 03:20 PM
Guest, Ann Hutchinson.
Title :La vivandière pas de six / choreography by Arthur Saint-Léon ; transcribed from Saint-Léon's notation score by Ann Hutchinson Guest ; music by Cesare Pugni and Jean-Baptiste Nadaud.
Lausanne : Gordon and Breach, c1994. xiv, 163 p. : ill. ; 29 cm.
Language of dance series ; no. 6
"The music score" (p. -163) for piano.
Posted 21 October 2003 - 07:01 PM
Posted 22 October 2003 - 11:47 AM
Vivandière : Chor: Fanny Cerrito and Arthur Saint-Léon; mus: Cesare Pugni; lib: Arthur Saint-Léon. First perf: London, Her Majesty's Theatre, May 23, 1844.//First perf in Germany: Berlin, Königlichen Theater, Mar. 26, 1846; under title: Marketenderin und der Postillon.//First perf in France: Paris, Opéra, Oct. 20, 1848.//Revival of the Pas de six from La vivandière: Paris, Opéra-Comique, Sept. 15, 1976, Paris Opera Ballet; staged by Pierre Lacotte.
Vivandière : Chor: Jules Perrot; mus: Cesare Pugni; lib: Arthur Saint-Léon. First perf: Paris, Oct 20, 1851.//First perf in St. Petersburg: Bolshoi Theater, Dec 13, 1855 (O.S.); scen: Andrei Roller.
Vivandière : Original title: Marketenderin und Postillon. Chor: Paul Taglioni after Cerrito and Saint-Léon; mus: Cesare Pugni; lib: Arthur Saint-Léon. First perf: Berlin, Königliche Theater, 1858.
Vivandière : Original title: Marketenderskens Hjemkomst. Chor: Gustave Carey; mus: Cesare Pugni. Perf: Denmark, 1863?
Vivandière : Chor: Perrot restaged by Marius Petipa; mus: Cesare Pugni; lib: Saint-Léon. First perf: St. Petersburg, Sept 24, 1861 (O.S.)
Vivandière : Original title: Markitantka. Chor: Lev Ivanov; mus: Cesare Pugni; lib: Arthur Saint-Léon. First perf: St. Petersburg, Maryinsky Theater, Feb 4, 1901 (O.S.)
Vivandière : Chor & lib: Pasquale Borri; scen: Filippo Peroni and Luigi Vimercati. Perf: Milan, La Scala, carnevale 1853-54.
Vivandière: Pas de six : Chor: Arthur Saint-Léon after a pas de quatre by Antonio Guerra researched by Ivor Guest, reconstructed from notation by Ann Hutchinson Guest and staged by Maria Grandy; mus: Jean-Baptiste Nada after themes by Daniel-François Auber. First perf. by The Joffrey Ballet: New York, City Center 55th Street Theater, Oct 20, 1977.
Vivandière: pas de six : Chor: reconstructed by Pierre Lacotte after Arthur Saint-Léon; mus: Cesare Pugni. Perf: 1979; Kirov Ballet Company.
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