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The magic of dance. / Part 5, The magnificent beginning

Author: Patricia Foy; Ivor Forbes Guest; Roland Petit; Mary Skeaping; Frederick Ashton
Publisher: U.K. : British Broadcasting Corp., ©1980.
Series: Magic of dance series.
Edition/Format:   Film : Film   Visual material : English
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Fifth in a six-part series that surveys the history of theatrical dance (non-chronological).
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Genre/Form: Dance television programs
Named Person: Margot Fonteyn; Louis, King of France; Roland Petit; Zizi Jeanmaire; Marie Louise Waldenström; Ronald Emblen; Wendy Ellis; David Wall; H C Andersen
Material Type: Film
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Patricia Foy; Ivor Forbes Guest; Roland Petit; Mary Skeaping; Frederick Ashton
OCLC Number: 46621735
Credits: Historical consultant, Ivor Guest.
Performer(s): Narrator/host: Margot Fonteyn.
Description: 2 film reels (52 min.) : sd., col. ; 16 mm.
Contents: Fonteyn at Versailles discussing Louis XIV and the development of ballet in France during his reign --
The little match girl [excerpt] / performed by the Dance Academy, Peking --
Boys' ballet class at the Paris Opéra --
Interview with Roland Petit --
Carmen: bedroom scene / choreography, Petit ; performed by Petit and Zizi Jeanmaire --
La Camargo / solo performed by Marie Louise Waldenström --
Bolero (folk dance) / duet danced by unidentified couple --
Drottningholm Royal Theater, Stockholm. Fonteyn discusses and demonstrates the use of the original stage machinery and tours the backstage and above stage areas. Two excerpts are performed by the Royal Swedish Ballet onstage: Cupid out of his humour (choreography, Mary Skeaping) and La dansomanie (choreography after Gardel) --
17th century choral folk dance / performed outdoors with musical ensemble by unidentified dancers --
La fille mal gardée: Act II [excerpts] / choreography, Frederick Ashton ; featuring Ronald Emblen (Madame Simone) in the clog dance, and Wendy Ellis (Lisette) and David Wall (Colin) in the pas de deux, with the Royal Ballet.
Series Title: Magic of dance series.
Other Titles: Magic of dance (Television program).
Magnificent beginning
Responsibility: BBC-TV production in association with Time-Life TV and RM Productions, Munich ; producer, Patricia Foy.

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Fifth in a six-part series that surveys the history of theatrical dance (non-chronological).

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