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On BBC: Ashton at 100 - Fred's Steps

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#1 art076


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Posted 08 December 2004 - 06:01 PM

From the BBC listings:

Sat 11 Dec, 19:00-21:20 140mins Stereo Widescreen

Ashton at 100: Fred's Steps
Presented by Deborah Bull, this programme featuring The Royal Ballet shows an evening of ballets by Frederick Ashton to celebrate his centenary.

The selection of his work, together with archive and biographical documentary footage, shows his enormous range, from the abstract chic of ScÚnes de Ballet through divertissements as diverse as his Awakening pas de deux from The Sleeping Beauty, and Brahms Waltzes in the style of Isadora Duncan. The programme ends with his sumptuous Daphnis and Cloe.

Anybody in the UK able to make this Royal Ballet fan stuck in the wrong country a copy of the program?

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Posted 15 December 2004 - 02:15 PM

Ditto here, and is there a possibility that it may become commercially available?

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