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animefleur

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    Ballet Alert!

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  • Connection to/interest in ballet** (Please describe. Examples: fan, teacher, dancer, writer, avid balletgoer)
    student, teacher
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    Sacramento
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    CA
  1. Hello, all. I have looked online and in the library. I just need the sheet music for the tambourine variation of la Esmeralda. Any idea where to find that (just that) and preferably for free or minimal cost? Thanks
  2. hehe. Thanks for the clarifications. BIG difference!
  3. I think these are two separate ballets, la sylphide being a lyrical romantic and then what is LES sylphides? I guess that one came later?
  4. I guess I'm going to bring this thread back to life. I, too, have questions on Gautier and his role in the dance world. (I do read French, though, and actually I'm trying to do as much research in French rather than English) Questions: I know that Gautier himself wrote the ballet Giselle for Carlotta. Also, he is credited for having part in Paquita, PAquerette and Don Q....but how? Did he write somethign that contributed to them or how is he associated? Any other ballets he contributed to? I know he was also a critic (when? for whom?) Giselle, I know he took his inspirtation from
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