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Bolshoi presents Giselle

Filmed live at the world-famous Bolshoi Theatre in Moscow, the Russian influence has enriched the deep, pathetic dilemma of a country girl forced to destroy the man she loves.

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  • ""Ballet great Rudolf Nureyev stars as Albrecht in a lovely production of the dance perennial. This was one of Nureyev's greatest successes in his native Russia, and he has performed the role around the world ever since. Giselle is danced by the great Canadian prima ballerina Lynn Seymour. Nureyev's production brings this timeless tragedy of love found, lost and redeemed to life""
  • "The Bolshoi Ballet perform Giselle choreographed by Yuri Grigorovich and starring soloists Natalia Bessmertnova and Mikhail Lavrovsky."
  • "Conte tragique d'un amour perdu."
  • "Giselle, a simple peasant girl driven to madness and death through and unhappy love, becomes a ghost ordered to destroy the man who betrayed her, yet seeks to sustain him because of her undying love."
  • "A performance of the classic ballet, Giselle, performed by the Bolshoi Ballet."
  • "Filmed live at the world-famous Bolshoi Theatre in Moscow, the Russian influence has enriched the deep, pathetic dilemma of a country girl forced to destroy the man she loves."@en
  • "Filmed live at the world-famous Bolshoi Theatre in Moscow, the Russian influence has enriched the deep, pathetic dilemma of a country girl forced to destroy the man she loves."
  • "A young girl, Giselle, is deceived by her lover, Albrecht, whose duplicity drives her to madness and causes her to die of a broken heart."
  • "Regroupant "Giselle / Adam / Connelly" (enregistré en 1996 au théâtre de la Scala), "Romeo and Juliet / Prokofiev / Grigorovich" (enregistré en 1983 au théâtre Bolchoï) et "The Nutcraker / Tchaïkovsky / Béjart" (enregistré en 2000 au théâtre du Châtelet)."
  • "The ballet is set in the vineyard country bordering the Rhine. Giselle, a weak-hearted young girl who is adored by her native villagers, lives with her watchful mother, Berthe. Hilarion, the village gamekeeper, is desperately in love with Giselle. Prince Albrecht, a nobleman who is already engaged to a noblewoman named Bathilde, is bored and lonely with his everyday existence. Captivated by Giselle's frail beauty and innocence, Albrecht disguises himself as a peasant named Loys. After purchasing the cottage adjacent to Berthe's, he proceeds to shower Giselle with affections. Hilarion, filled with suspicion an jealousy, becomes enraged when Giselle falls madly in love with Albrecht and believes that they are engaged. Berthe has a vision that her daughter will one day become a Wili, a jilted maiden who dies before her wedding night. The Wilis emerge between midnight and dawn to vengefully trap any man who enters their domain by forcing him to dance to his dealth. Hilarion exposes Albrecht's disguise and proclaims that he is already betrothed to Bathilde. Overwhelmingly distraught and horrified, Giselle dies of a broken heart. Hilarion is discovered just before midnight keeping vigil by Gisell's tomb. As midnight approaches, the Wilis appear with their leader, Queen Myrta. This is the night Giselle is to be initiated as a Wili. Albrecht, laden with feelings of guilt and remorse, visits Giselle's grave. He sees a vision of Giselle and follows it into the forest. At this point, Myrta discovers Hilarion in the forest and orders the Wilis to dance around him until he dies from exhaustion. She then discovers Albrecht and demands that he share the same fate as Hilarion but is unable to permeate the invisible bond of love that Giselle has for him. At dawn, when the Wilis lose their power and must retreat to their dwelling place, Albrecht is saved and Giselle has for him. At dawn, when the Wilis lost their power and must retreat to their dwelling place Albrecht is saved and Giselle forgives him. Giselle returns with the Wilis and recognizes that now she will be one of them for the rest of time."
  • "Tells the story of Giselle, a peasant girl, who goes mad and dies of a broken heart when she discovers that her beloved is a nobleman betrothed to another. Her spirit becomes one of the Wilis, the lost souls of young women who died betrayed in love."@en
  • "Opens with a short segment in which Fernando Bujones gives a brief history and synopsis of the ballet, which tells the story of Giselle, a peasant girl, who goes mad and dies of a broken heart when she discovers that her beloved is a nobleman already betrothed to another. Her spirit becomes one of the Wilis, the lost souls of young women who died betrayed in love."
  • "An exciting production with Nureyev paying a nobleman who falls in love with a beautiful peasant girl."
  • "Présentation du ballet romantique "Giselle" (musique de Adolphe Adam et chorégraphie de Jean Coralli et Jules Perrot, revisée par Marius Petipa) par le ballet Kirov et l'orchestre du théâtre de l'opéra et du ballet de Leningrad. Principaux rôles dansés par Galina Mezentseva, Konstantin Zaklinsky, Gennady Selyutsky et Tutyana Terekhova."
  • "Never before has "Giselle" been delivered with such intensity as in this deeply moving performance, filmed live at the famous Bolshoi Theatre in Moscow."@en
  • "A country girl falls in love with a nobleman disguised as a peasant, with tragic results."
  • "A country girl falls in love with a nobleman disguised as a peasant, with tragic results."@en
  • "The story of a peasant girl (Giselle) who goes mad and dies of a broken heart when she discovers that her beloved is a nobleman betrothed to another."
  • "The story of a peasant girl (Giselle) who goes mad and dies of a broken heart when she discovers that her beloved is a nobleman betrothed to another."@en
  • "A young girl, Giselle, is deceived by her lover, Albrecht, whose duplicity drives Giselle to madness and causes her to die of a broken heart."
  • "The classic story of love, eroticism and death has been reinterpreted by director Toa Fraser to include both the on stage performance of the ballet, and an offstage romance -- interwoven with the ballet -- that tells of two itinerant dancers, separated by time, distance and their abiding love for each other."
  • "The Bolshoi Ballet troupe in Yuri Grigorovich's version of the romantic masterpiece Giselle. First performed in 1841, Giselle was an immediate hit. With music by Adolphe Adam and a libretto by Theophile Gautier and Jules-Henri Vernoy de Saint-Georges, the ballet touches on the great romantic themes. As Giselle, Svetlana Lunkina is simply sensational. Her Albrecht is the iconically noble dancer, Dmitry Gudanov. The cast is perfectly rounded off by Maria Allash as the Queen of the Wilis."
  • "Giselle is driven to death by betrayal by her lover. She becomes a ghost and is ordered to destroy him."@en
  • "Count Albrecht, disguising his true identity, has fallen in love with the peasant girl Giselle. Their love is tested by opposition from her mother and Giselle's shock when his identity is revealed."
  • "Giselle is a young girl who is adored by her neighbors. Hilarion, the village gamekeeper, is desperately in love with Giselle. Prince Albrecht, a nobleman who is already engaged to a noblewoman named Bathilde, is bored and lonely with his everyday existence. Captivated by Giselle's frail beauty and innocence, Albrecht disguises himself as a peasant named Loys. Hilarion, filled with suspicion and jealousy, becomes enraged when Giselle falls madly in love with Albrecht and believes that they are engaged. Berthe has a vision that her daughter will one day become a Wili, a jilted maiden who dies before her wedding night. The Wilis emerge between midnight and dawn to vengefully trap any man who enters their domain by forcing him to dance to his death. Hilarion exposes Albrecht's disguise and proclaims that he is already betrothed to Bathilde. Overwhelmingly distraught and horrified, Giselle dies of a broken heart."
  • "The greatest ballet surviving from the Romantic period, first performed in Paris in 1841. This presentation was taped during a broadcast from the Metropolitan Opera House, Lincoln Center, New York City, on June 2, 1977."@en
  • "Tragic tale of love lost."@en
  • "The ballet takes its inspiration from the Slavic legend of the "Wilis" as described in the poems of Heinrich Heine. Giselle, a simple peasant girl driven to madness and death through an unhappy love, becomes a ghost ordered to destroy the man who betrayed her, yet seeks to sustain him because of her undying love."
  • "The Bolshoi Ballet performs Giselle."@en
  • "Giselle, a simple peasant girl driven to madness and death through an unhappy love, becomes a ghost ordered to destroy the man who betrayed her, yet seeks to sustain him because of her undying love."
  • "Giselle, a simple peasant girl driven to madness and death through an unhappy love, becomes a ghost ordered to destroy the man who betrayed her, yet seeks to sustain him because of her undying love."@en
  • "Tells the story of Giselle, a peasant girl, who goes mad and dies of a broken heart when she discovers that her beloved is a nobleman betrothed to another. Her spirit becomes one of the Wilis, the lost souls of young women who died betrayed in love."@en
  • "Film version of the ballet, based on the American Ballet Theatre production produced by Lucia Chase and Oliver Smith, as directed by David Blair."
  • "Excerpts from both acts of the ballet, recorded with a hand-held camera from a loge at stage left. In the first act, much of the action cannot be seen because of the camera's angle ; also, the dancers are occasionally obscured by the heads of other audience members. There is a better view of the second act excerpts, which include Myrtha's variation, the Wilis' ensemble dance, and the entrances of Giselle and Albrecht. The tape also contains ca. 2 min. of footage recorded backstage and in a hotel room."
  • "A simple peasant girl, who is driven from joy to madness and death through an unhappy love, becomes a ghost ordered to help destroy the man who betrayed her, and yet seeks to sustain him because of her undying love."
  • "A simple peasant girl, who is driven from joy to madness and death through an unhappy love, becomes a ghost ordered to help destroy the man who betrayed her, and yet seeks to sustain him because of her undying love."@en
  • "Touted as the "Hamlet" of ballets, the role of Giselle is challenge for any prima ballerina: a young girl driven from joy to madness and death because of an unhappy love, who returns as a ghost in order to destroy the man who betrayed her."
  • "The classic ballet about a young girl deceived by her lover, and the tragic consequences."@en
  • "The classic ballet about a young girl deceived by her lover, and the tragic consequences."
  • "Giselle, a simple country girl, falls in love with Albrecht, a disguised prince who visits her village. The prince is betrothed to another and the deception leads Giselle to die of a broken heart."@en
  • "The Australian Ballet Classic Collection contains 4 Classic Ballets - Giselle, Coppelia, Nutcracker, Sleeping Beauty."@en
  • "Classic love story of a country girl and a prince."@en
  • "Performance preceded by footage of the audience and theater ; a three-min. intermission between the two acts of the ballet contains shots of the souvenir program and views of scene-shifting. The tape also contains ca. 6 min. of miscellaneous footage after the performance, including views of Nureyev rehearsing onstage."

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