Kenneth Macmillan's Anastasia - Music by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky & Bohuslav Martin

ISBN: 0809478012436 Categorii: N.G.L. # C-Major. An apariție: 2017 Stoc: La comandă

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Royal Ballet Principal Natalia Osipova dances the title role in Kenneth MacMillans haunting ballet, to atmospheric music by Tchaikovsky and Martin. Anastasia tells the story of Anna Anderson who, following the Russian Revolution and the murder of the royal family, claimed she was the surviving Grand Duchess Anastasia. Many believed her to be an imposter; others hoped she was Anastasia, a remnant of a lost world. A powerful, psychological challenge for the lead dancer, Anastasia explores one of the great historical mysteries of the 20th century, only recently solved, and the distorting mirror of memory, time and place.


Artist
Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky, Bohuslav Martinu
Casa Discuri
Opus Arte
Data Publicarii
2017
Numar Discuri
1
Suport
DVD
Format Audio
Dolby Digital / Stereo
Piese

1. ROYAL BALLET & ROYAL OPERA HOUSE - Opening

2. ROYAL BALLET & ROYAL OPERA HOUSE - Prelude: The distorting mirror of memory, time and place (1. Akt)
3. ROYAL BALLET & ROYAL OPERA HOUSE - On board the imperial yacht, August 1914
4. ROYAL BALLET & ROYAL OPERA HOUSE - Anastasia, the Tsar's youngest daughter, joins her three sisters on deck
5. ROYAL BALLET & ROYAL OPERA HOUSE - Anastasia dances with the officers
6. ROYAL BALLET & ROYAL OPERA HOUSE - Others join the dance
7. ROYAL BALLET & ROYAL OPERA HOUSE - Three officers jump into the sea to take a swim
8. ROYAL BALLET & ROYAL OPERA HOUSE - Rasputin with the imperial family
9. ROYAL BALLET & ROYAL OPERA HOUSE - Anastasia's solo
10. ROYAL BALLET & ROYAL OPERA HOUSE - Anastasia and the Tsarina
11. ROYAL BALLET & ROYAL OPERA HOUSE - The women of the imperial court dance
12. ROYAL BALLET & ROYAL OPERA HOUSE - Alexey falls and Rasputin demonstrates his healing powers
13. ROYAL BALLET & ROYAL OPERA HOUSE - The Tsar and Tsarina take Alexey below deck
14. ROYAL BALLET & ROYAL OPERA HOUSE - The three officers return from their swim
15. ROYAL BALLET & ROYAL OPERA HOUSE - Anastasia and her sister Olga lead a dance
16. ROYAL BALLET & ROYAL OPERA HOUSE - The Tsar is handed news of the outbreak of war
17. ROYAL BALLET & ROYAL OPERA HOUSE - The ballroom at the imperial palace (2. Akt)
18. ROYAL BALLET & ROYAL OPERA HOUSE - Anastasia is presented to society
19. ROYAL BALLET & ROYAL OPERA HOUSE - The Tsar's favourite ballerina and her partner dance for the guests
20. ROYAL BALLET & ROYAL OPERA HOUSE - Anastasia is haunted by the ghost of Rasputin
21. ROYAL BALLET & ROYAL OPERA HOUSE - Anastasia is puzzled by the relationships at court
22. ROYAL BALLET & ROYAL OPERA HOUSE - The revolutionaries prepare
23. ROYAL BALLET & ROYAL OPERA HOUSE - The ball is interrupted by the revolution
24. ROYAL BALLET & ROYAL OPERA HOUSE - Past and present intermingle (3. Akt)
25. ROYAL BALLET & ROYAL OPERA HOUSE - Anna Anderson's identity is questioned: is she Anastasia?
26. ROYAL BALLET & ROYAL OPERA HOUSE - Does she imagine or remember her family and the court?
27. ROYAL BALLET & ROYAL OPERA HOUSE - Pas de deux: Anna and her husband
28. ROYAL BALLET & ROYAL OPERA HOUSE - Memories and imagination become ever more frenzied
29. ROYAL BALLET & ROYAL OPERA HOUSE - With Olga; Rasputin interrupts
30. ROYAL BALLET & ROYAL OPERA HOUSE - With her husband; again Rasputin interrupts
31. ROYAL BALLET & ROYAL OPERA HOUSE - She remembers her child
32. ROYAL BALLET & ROYAL OPERA HOUSE - Nurses dispose of the childs body
33. ROYAL BALLET & ROYAL OPERA HOUSE - Anna is comforted by her husband
34. ROYAL BALLET & ROYAL OPERA HOUSE - She exorcizes Rasputin's power over her
35. ROYAL BALLET & ROYAL OPERA HOUSE - Anna Anderson triumphantly alone with the ghosts of the past
36. ROYAL BALLET & ROYAL OPERA HOUSE - Applause and courtain calls
37. (ein Angaben) - Credits
Tara Origine
Germania
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