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Music to La Vivandière


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if you mean on CD. i can't say.

i suspect there is music notation in the following study, listed below, by A.H.Guest:

Guest, Ann Hutchinson: 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

there are a number of videos (now on DVD) of this work, i think the one with Sizova and Blankov in the leads is recorded w/o an audience (and applause) on the disc. but i'm not sure.

here's how the video mentioned above is given in the NYPL dance coll. cat. (it might have been released on dvd under a slightly different title, but here's how the program if dances should be listed on the packaging.)

The Kirov Ballet: classic ballet night [videorecording] c1982. 87 min. : sd. color

Performance onstage by the Kirov Ballet.

Director: Nina Dimitrieva.

Copyright 1982 by Soviet Film and TV. Reissued as a videotape in 1986 by V.I.E.W. Video, New York.

Diana and Acteon grand pas classique. Chor: Agrippina Vaganova; mus: Cesare Pugni. Perf. by Tatiana Terekhova, Sergei Berezhnoi, and ensemble. - Esmeralda pas de six. Chor: Marius Petipa after Jules Perrot, restaged by Agrippina Vaganova; mus: Riccardo Drigo. Perf. by Gabriella Komleva (Esmeralda), Vitali Afanaskov (Gringoire), and four women. - Flower festival at Genzano pas de deux. Chor: Auguste Bournonville; mus: Edvard Helsted. Perf. by Natalia Bolshakova and Vadim Guliaev. - La vivandière pas de six. Chor: Pierre Lacotte after Arthur Saint-Léon; mus: Cesare Pugni. Perf. by Alla Sizova, Boris Blankov, and four women. - Grand pas classique from Le carnaval de Venise. Chor: Marius Petipa, restaged by Nadezhda Kranocheyeva; mus: Cesare Pugni. Perf. by Svetlana Efremova, Valeri Emets, and ensemble. - Pas de quatre. Chor: Anton Dolin; mus: Cesare Pugni. Perf. by Galina Mezentseva (Taglioni), Gabriella Komleva (Grahn), Irina Kolpakova (Grisi), and Elena Evteeva (Cerrito).

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if you mean on CD. i can't say.

i suspect there is music notation in the following study, listed below, by A.H.Guest:

Guest, Ann Hutchinson: 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

there are a number of videos (now on DVD) of this work, i think the one with Sizova and Blankov in the leads is recorded w/o an audience (and applause) on the disc. but i'm not sure.

here's how the video mentioned above is given in the NYPL dance coll. cat. (it might have been released on dvd under a slightly different title, but here's how the program if dances should be listed on the packaging.)

The Kirov Ballet: classic ballet night [videorecording] c1982. 87 min. : sd. color

Performance onstage by the Kirov Ballet.

Director: Nina Dimitrieva.

Copyright 1982 by Soviet Film and TV. Reissued as a videotape in 1986 by V.I.E.W. Video, New York.

Diana and Acteon grand pas classique. Chor: Agrippina Vaganova; mus: Cesare Pugni. Perf. by Tatiana Terekhova, Sergei Berezhnoi, and ensemble. - Esmeralda pas de six. Chor: Marius Petipa after Jules Perrot, restaged by Agrippina Vaganova; mus: Riccardo Drigo. Perf. by Gabriella Komleva (Esmeralda), Vitali Afanaskov (Gringoire), and four women. - Flower festival at Genzano pas de deux. Chor: Auguste Bournonville; mus: Edvard Helsted. Perf. by Natalia Bolshakova and Vadim Guliaev. - La vivandière pas de six. Chor: Pierre Lacotte after Arthur Saint-Léon; mus: Cesare Pugni. Perf. by Alla Sizova, Boris Blankov, and four women. - Grand pas classique from Le carnaval de Venise. Chor: Marius Petipa, restaged by Nadezhda Kranocheyeva; mus: Cesare Pugni. Perf. by Svetlana Efremova, Valeri Emets, and ensemble. - Pas de quatre. Chor: Anton Dolin; mus: Cesare Pugni. Perf. by Galina Mezentseva (Taglioni), Gabriella Komleva (Grahn), Irina Kolpakova (Grisi), and Elena Evteeva (Cerrito).

The book itself has only a part/segment/excerpt of the music. But not the whole thing.

I tried looking up the Czech National Symphonic Orchestra for the recording (for The Joffrey Ballet) and couldn't find it.

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