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Title La Sylphide : ballet in two acts / the National Video Corporation in association with Danmarks Radio ; choreography by August Bournonville ; music by H. Løvenskiold ; Royal Theatre production after Hans Brenaa by Henning Kronstam [and] Arlette Weinrich ; directed for television by Thomas Grimm.
Imprint West Long Branch, N.J. : Kultur, [1988, [between 2000 and 2009?]
©1988, [between 2000 and 2009?]

Subject Ballets.
Alt Name Brenaa, Hans, 1910-1988.
Kronstam, Henning.
Weinreich, Arlette.
Grimm, Thomas.
Bournonville, August, 1805-1879.
Jørgensen, Poul (Conductor)
Jeppesen, Lis, 1956-
Hübbe, Nikolaj.
Englund, Sorella.
Munksdorf, Morten.
Hauge, Ann-Kristen.
Simone, Kirsten.
Vessel, Anne-Marie.
Riggins, Lloyd.
Wendrup-Schandorff, Silja.
Løvenskiold, Herman Severin, 1815-1870. Sylphiden.
Kongelige Danske ballet,
Kongelige Kapel (Denmark),
National Video Corporation.
Danmarks radio.
Kultur International Films.
Alternate Title Sylphide (Choreographic work : Bournonville)
Description 1 videodisc (63 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.
polychrome rdacc
System Details DVD, NTSC, region 1; full screen presentation (4:3 aspect ratio); Dolby digital, LCPM.
Performer Lis Jeppesen as La Sylphide ; Nikolaj Hübbe as James ; Sorella Englund as Madge ; Morten Munksdorf (Gurn) ; Ann-Kristin Hauge (Effy) ; Kirsten Simone (Anna) ; Anne Marie Vessel (Nancy) ; Lloyd Riggins (Act 1 solo) ; Silja Wendrup-Schandorff (Act 2 sylphide solo).
Royal Danish Ballet ; Royal Danish Orchestra ; Poul Jørgensen, conductor.
Credits Camera, Leif Larsen, Knud Pedersen, Bent Walther ; editing, Bent Mørch.
Note Originally produced for television in 1988.
Summary August Bournonville's 1836 ballet tells the story of the Sylphide who entrances a Scottish farmer, James. Madge, a witch, is smitten by James and seeks revenge when he rejects her.
ISBN 0769780512
Publisher # D2856 Kultur
OCLC # 66262804

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