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|Document Type:||Visual material|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Gary Lambert; Glenn Wilkinson; Amanda Britton; Christopher Carney; Della Jones; Julian Pike; Martin Nelson; Roger Heaton; Brian Wright; Bob Lockyer; Ashley Page; Richard Alston; David Hambleton; Igor Stravinsky; Rambert Dance Company.; Mercury Ensemble.; BBC Symphony Orchestra.; Elektra Entertainment (Firm); Teldec Classics International.; British Broadcasting Corporation. Television Service; NVC Arts (Firm); BBC Enterprises.; Teldec Video (Firm)
|Notes:||Ballets; the second work sung in Italian.
Music for 1st work is the suite from the composer's L'histoire du soldat.
"For non-commercial, private exhibition in homes only"--Container.
Program notes "adapted from the original notes by Maren Bode (Teldec 9031-74249-6) as translated by Clive Williams"--Program notes ( p. ; 26 cm.) inserted in container.
|Credits:||Design, Bruce McLean (1st work), Howard Hodgkin (2nd work); vision supervisor, John White; videotape editor, David Hambleton; production manager, Stephany Marks; television designer, Michael Young; producer and director for videogram, Bob Lockyer; BBC TV production in association with NVC Arts (1st work); distributed under license from BBC Enterprises (2nd work); Teldec Video.|
|Performer(s):||Gary Lambert (The devil), Glenn Wilkinson (The soldier), Amanda Britton (The princess), supporting dancers, Mercury Ensemble, Roger Heaton, conductor (1st work) ; Christopher Carney (Pulcinella), Amanda Britton (Pimpinella), Lucy Bethune, Alexandra Dyer, Sara Matthews (three young women), Mark Baldwin, Gary Lambert, Michael Hodges (the lovers), supporting dancers, Della Jones, soprano, Julian Pike, tenor, Martin Nelson, bass, BBC Symphony Orchestra, Brian Wright, conductor (2nd work) ; Rambert Dance Company.|
|Description:||1 videodisc (66 min.) : sd., col. ; 12 in.|
|Details:||Laser optical CLV, NTSC, extended play; digital stereo. sound, CX encoded.|
|Series Title:||Elektra Nonesuch dance collection.|
Soldat (Choreographic work : Page)
Pulcinella (Choreographic work : Alston)
|Responsibility:||music, Igor Stravinsky ; choreography, Ashley Page. Pulcinella / music, Igor Stravinsky ; choreography, Richard Alston.|