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Comme les Oiseaux - A Portrait of Moniques Loudières


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#1 Dale

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Posted 30 May 2009 - 12:41 PM

A profile of POB's Monique Loudières is to be released by VAI:

http://www.vaimusic....493_Oiseaux.htm


Another of Dominique Delouche’s acclaimed ballet films, this program profiles Monique Loudières, one of the Paris Opéra Ballet’s greatest luminaries. The video details her collaborations with many of the most important figures of her time, including extensive footage of coaching sessions with Jerome Robbins, Violette Verdy, Yvette Chauviré, Vladimir Vasiliev, and Jiri Kylian. DVD also includes two bonus featurettes by Dominique Delouche: Autour de la Sylphide, and Aurore. 109 min., Color/black & white, mono, 4:3, All regions.

Rehearsal Sessions and Performances of:

Don Quixote (Monique Loudières, Patrick Dupond)

Mirages (Monique Loudières, Manuel Legris, Cyril Atanassoff)
Coached by Yvette Chauvirè

In the Night (Monique Loudières, Manuel Legris)
Coached by Jerome Robbins

Romeo and Juliet (Monique Loudières, Hervè Dirmann)

Sonatine (Monique Loudières)
Coached by Violet Verdy

Nuages (Manuel Legris)
Coached by Jiri Kylian

Giselle (Monique Loudières, Patrick Dupond)
Coached by Vladimir Vasiliev


Bonuses

Autour de la Sylphide
Ghislaine Thesmar, Michaël Denard, and Yannick Stephant guided by choreographer Pierre Lacotte

Aurore Rosella Hightower rehearses Elisabeth Platel in Sleeping Beauty’s notoriously difficult “Rose Adagio”.

#2 EvilNinjaX

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Posted 31 May 2009 - 01:17 PM

A profile of POB's Monique Loudières is to be released by VAI:

http://www.vaimusic....493_Oiseaux.htm


Another of Dominique Delouche’s acclaimed ballet films, this program profiles Monique Loudières, one of the Paris Opéra Ballet’s greatest luminaries. The video details her collaborations with many of the most important figures of her time, including extensive footage of coaching sessions with Jerome Robbins, Violette Verdy, Yvette Chauviré, Vladimir Vasiliev, and Jiri Kylian. DVD also includes two bonus featurettes by Dominique Delouche: Autour de la Sylphide, and Aurore. 109 min., Color/black & white, mono, 4:3, All regions.

Rehearsal Sessions and Performances of:

Don Quixote (Monique Loudières, Patrick Dupond)

Mirages (Monique Loudières, Manuel Legris, Cyril Atanassoff)
Coached by Yvette Chauvirè

In the Night (Monique Loudières, Manuel Legris)
Coached by Jerome Robbins

Romeo and Juliet (Monique Loudières, Hervè Dirmann)

Sonatine (Monique Loudières)
Coached by Violet Verdy

Nuages (Manuel Legris)
Coached by Jiri Kylian

Giselle (Monique Loudières, Patrick Dupond)
Coached by Vladimir Vasiliev


Bonuses

Autour de la Sylphide
Ghislaine Thesmar, Michaël Denard, and Yannick Stephant guided by choreographer Pierre Lacotte

Aurore Rosella Hightower rehearses Elisabeth Platel in Sleeping Beauty’s notoriously difficult “Rose Adagio”.


IIRC this has been available in the UK for a while as a double bill (DVD) with Violette et Mr. B. Nice to have it released in teh US R1, though.

-goro-

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Posted 15 August 2010 - 08:33 AM

The DVD is available at a reduced price at Berkshire Record Outlet.

http://www.berkshire...ext=&filter=all

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Posted 15 August 2010 - 09:17 AM

It's good to know about this. Thanks, Dale.

In the Night (Monique Loudières, Manuel Legris)
Coached by Jerome Robbins

This episode was shown last weekend on Classical Arts Showcase in our area. It was marvelous to watch Robbins working on nuances of movement. I'm looking forward for the chance to watch the other coaching sessions as well.

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Posted 16 August 2010 - 11:00 AM

My favorite scenes in the documentary are Vladimir Vasiliev in street clothes coaching Loudieres in "Giselle".


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