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Author: Kirsten RalovAugust BournonvilleHolger PaulliNiels W GadeEdvard HelstedAll authors
Publisher: Chicago, Ill. : Home Vision, ©1986 ; 1987.
Edition/Format:   VHS video : VHS tape : NTSC color broadcast system   Visual material : EnglishView all editions and formats
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A romantic ballet which tells the story of the young fisherman Gennaro and his beloved Teresina. It not only incorporates a sunny Italian atmosphere but also draws on the traditional Neapolitan dance.
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Genre/Form: Dance
Documentary films
Nonfiction films
Feature films
Named Person: Arne Villumsen; Mona Jensen; Linda Hindberg; Tommy Frishoi; Fredbjørn Bjørnsson; Flemming Ryberg; Palle Jacobsen; Lis Jeppesen; Mette-Ida Kirk; Benedikte Paaske; Heidi Ryom; Mogens Boesen; Bjarne Hecht; Alexander Kølpin; Annemarie Dybdal; Thomas Berentzen; Aage Poulsen; Mette Bødtcher; Henriette Muus; Peter Bo Bendixen; Morten Munksdorf; Anne-Marie Vessel; Johnny Eliasen; Lise Stripp; Ingrid Glindemann; Peter Ernst Lassen
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Kirsten Ralov; August Bournonville; Holger Paulli; Niels W Gade; Edvard Helsted; H C Lumbye; Gioacchino Rossini; Søren Frandsen; Øve Christian Pedersen; Erik Bremer Sørensen; Preben Montell; Robin Scott; National Video Corporation.; Home Vision (Firm)
OCLC Number: 84213243
Notes: Released as a videotape in 1987 by Home Vision, a Films Inc. Company, Chicago, Illinois.
Credits: Scenery, Ove Christian Pedersen ; costumes, Søren Frandsen ; lighting, Erik Bremer Sørensen and Jørn Melin ; [video] executive producer, Robin Scott.
Cast: Arne Villumsen (Gennaro, a fisherman) ; Mona Jensen (Veronica, a widow) ; Linda Hindberg (Teresina, her daughter) ; Flemming Ryberg (Peppo, a lemonade seller) ; Fredbjørn Bjørnsson (Giacomo, a macaroni seller) ; Tommy Frishøi (Fra Ambrosio) ; Annemarie Dybdal (Giovanina) ; Michael Bastian (Pascarillo, a street singer) ; Thomas Berentzen (Carlino, a puppeteer) ; Aage Poulsen (a drummer) ; Palle Jacobsen (Golfo, a sea demon) ; Marianne Rindholt (Coralia, a naiad) ; Kit Dyring (Argentina, a naiad). Act I Ballabile: Anne Adair, Mette Bødtcher, Marisa Luther, Henriette Muus, Christina Nilsson, Benedikte Paaske, Peter Bo Bendixen, Bjarne Hecht, Ib Jeppesen, Alexander Kølpin, Morten Munksdorf, and Kim Thonsgaard. Act III Pas de six: Lis Jeppesen, Mette-Ida Kirk, Benedikte Paaske, Heidi Ryom, Mogens Boesen, Bjarne Hecht. Variations (in order of appearance): Kølpin ; Paaske and Ryom ; Lis Jeppesen ; Kirk, Paaske, and Ryom ; Hecht ; Ingrid Glindemann, Marianne Rindholt, and Anita Søby ; Villumsen ; Hindberg ; Ryom ; Kirk. Tarantella: Anne-Marie Vessel, Johnny Eliasen, Hindberg, Villumsen, Rindholt, Ib Jeppesen, Søby, Claus Schrøder, Lise Stripp, Peter Bo Bendixen, and others.
Performer(s): Performed by members of the Royal Danish Ballet.
Music played by the Royal Danish Orchestra conducted by Peter Ernst Lassen.
Event notes: Videotaped in performance at the Royal Theatre, Copenhagen.
Description: 1 videocassette (98 min.) : sd., col. ; 1/2 in.
Details: VHS, NTSC.
Responsibility: a National Video Corporation production in association with Danmarks Radio and ZDF, Germany ; directed for television by Preben Montell ; choreography by Kirsten Ralov after August Bournonville ; music by Edvard Helsted, Gioacchino Rossini, Niels Wilhelm Gade, Holger Simon Paulli, and Hans Christian Lumbye.

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A romantic ballet which tells the story of the young fisherman Gennaro and his beloved Teresina. It not only incorporates a sunny Italian atmosphere but also draws on the traditional Neapolitan dance.

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