Фильмы о животных (4 DVD)
(1970 г., 88 мин.)
Райман Паша, Принс Прадип в фильме Александра Згуриди "Черная гора". Когда-то, очень давно, в Индии обитало огромное стадо слонов во главе с вожаком Черная гора. После длительной засухи один из слонов впал в...
Tchaikovsky, Valery Gergiev: Eugene Onegin (Blu-ray)
Renee Fleming and Dmitri Hvorostovsky triumph in Tchaikovsky's operatic masterpiece, filmed live at the Metropolitan Opera, New York. Robert Carsen's beautifully evocative staging highlights the personal drama at the heart of Pushkin's tragedy of...
The Jerry Lee Lewis: Jerry Lee Lewis Show (DVD + CD)
01. Whole Lotta Shakin' - Jerry Lee Lewis
02. When You Wore A Tulip - Jerry Lee Lewis & Linda Gail Lewis
03. Bad Motorcycle - Linda Lewis
04. Autumn Leaves - Jerry Lee Lewis
Prokofiev: Romeo & Juliet
Today, when Prokofiev's Romeo and Juliet h so popular in the theatre, it is curious to recall how comparatively little known were the ballet and its music in the 1950s. The first Russian staging was made by Leonid Lavrovsky at the Kirov Theatre, Leningrad, in 1940, five years after Prokofiev had completed the score. It was in 1956, when the Moscow Bolshoj Ballet arrived in London for Soviet ballet's ground-breaking first visit to the West that die emotional force of this production was seen, and profoundly affected our audiences. On 3 October in that year, the curtains of the Royal Opera House. Govern Garden, rose to reveal the motionless triptych of Romeo, Friar Laurence and Juliet (who was Galina Ulanova, Moscow's divinity). Even now, the sensation caused by that evening lingers on We were bowled over by the power of Muscovite dancing, by the radiance of Ulanova's presence, by the Torre of Prokofiev's score. Ironically, in the previous pear Frederick Ashton, The Royal Ballet's master choreographer, had staged his own response to this music in Copenhagen Tailored to die modest forces of the Royal Danish Bailer, this production had a clarity very different from the epic sweep of the Bolshoj version. Within two years of the Bolshoi's appearance, John Cranko, who had made his name as a young choreographer with The Royal Ballet mounted a version of Romeo for La Scala Milan, and this he revised and developed in 1962 when he became director of the Stuttgart Ballet.
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Verdi, Daniel Oren: Nabucco
Instantly famous for the best-loved chorus in all opera — the "Chorus of the Hebrew Slaves" (Va, pensiero), Nabuccoms Verdi's first operatic triumph. In this massive and spectacular new production from the vast Roman arena in Verona, the story of love,...
Strauss, Christoph Von Dohnanyi: Salome
Libretto From Hedwig Lachmann's German Translation Of Oscar Wilde's Play By Arrangement With Boosey & Hawkes Music Publishers Ltd. Production Originally Staged By The Salzburg Festival. Catherine Malfitano - Salome Bryn Terfel -...
Rossini: La Cenerentola (Blu-ray)
Fizzing with operatic brio, Rossini's ever-popular setting of Cinderella tells the much-loved tale through spectacular arias and irresistible ensembles. Superstar tenor Juan Diego Florez in his signature role as the Prince, and American star Joyce...
Monteverdi, Nikolaus Harnoncourt: L'Orfeo / Il Ritorno d'Ulisse In Patria / L'incoronazione Di Poppea (5 DVD)
Wagner: The Copenhagen Ring (7 DVD)
Ian Dury: Rare And Unseen
The fifth title of this exclusive and all new DVD collection for fans, we take an inside look at the British rock-n-roll singer, lyricist, bandleader and actor Ian Dury the man who rose to fame during the late 1970s, during the punk and New Wave era of...