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Aleksandr Glazunov - Raymonda [Blu-ray] [Reino Unido]

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A.Glazounov (1865-1936) : Raymonda, ballet en trois actes et quatre tableaux sur un livret de Lydia Pachkova et Marius Petipa basé sur une légende médiévale. Chorégraphie originale de Marius Petipa (1898) Adaptation de la chorégraphie et mise en scène de Sergei Vikharev Théâtre de la Scala, 2011 Système NTSC - Code région : 0 - 154 min


We see what the piece first looked like… Opulent massive, unlikely, with a wild generosity of forces and with costuming to encourage maniac giggles, it is huge fun, and as the heroine, Raymonda, the Mariinsky ballerina Olesia Novikova is ravishing in style. The recording is well done and Michail Jurowski is a wonderful advocate for Glazunov's score, played with enthusiasm by the La Scala orchestra. --Clement Crisp, Financial Times

The stunning settings are a continual feast for the eye… highly recommended. --Julian Haylock, International Record Review

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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Beautiful production of Raymonda 28 de abril de 2012
Por Hannah Banana - Publicado en
Formato: DVD Compra verificada
I hope this dvd helps to expose more people to the wonderful ballet Raymonda. I agree with the other review that the decision to show the piano keyboard during Raymonda's important final variation was a distraction. But what is worse than seeing the keyboard on one side is that the picture is blacked out twice during her variation. That is terrible! It is one of the best variations in the ballet and two times the video editor or whoever has the screen black out as it takes the piano keyboard away each time. When the piano reappears the screen doesn't go blank. So why does it have to go blank when the piano is removed off the screen? These two black out moments are split seconds but VERY, VERY annoying.

Olesia Novikova is marvelous as Raymonda. She is a pretty woman and her footwork is great. Her developpes, balances, pirouettes are all spectacular. I personally like the final variation to have a little more commanding attitude to it, but that is just a personal preference. Novikova is stunning throughout.

The production is gorgeous and apparently is what the original version in 1898 looked like.

Friedemann Vogel as Jean de Brienne and Mick Zeni as Abderahman have very little to do in this version. The Bolshoi version gives Jean de Brienne and Abderahman much more to do! Of course, that was Grigorovich adding more for the men to do, and I have to say it is exciting.

Still I would not want to be without this new dvd of Raymonda. There are no recent commercial Raymondas available except for this one, so it is a must have. The others are from the 1980s and are good, but video quality was not what it is today.

The corps looked a bit out of synch at moments, but overall they did a good job.

If you like traditional Petipa choreography and love great dancing, get this dvd. I think it is also timely. I interpret the ballet as showing how the West is intrigued by the East but doesn't really embrace it. This story is similar to what is going on in the world now.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas this version boasts superior production values 17 de julio de 2016
Por Amazon Customer - Publicado en
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The Ballet of Teatro alla Scala put on a skillful and handsome production of a work not many have seen outside of Russia. In many respects, "Raymonda" is a synopsis of 19th century or classical ballet all put together. Compared to the 1989 version starring Natalya Bessmertnova in the title role by the Bolshoi Ballet, the tempo is slower with the choreography simpler and not quite as clean. Otherwise, this version boasts superior production values. The costumes and sets are gorgeous. I love Glazunov's score. It's one of only two ballet scores I have and I could listen to it all day as background noise. Other than Raymonda's variation in the third act which I'll get to in a moment, I find this version to be the best shot and edited ballet in my collection and I have over 25 works. I really enjoyed the numerous brief interlaying closeups and overhang shots sprinkled in with the dance. The overhang shot of Olesia Novikova as the title character at the start of the dream sequence in Act 1 is breathtaking. As for Raymonda's variation, the split-screen effect of Novikova and the pianist is jarring at first. While I agree it's best if it weren't done in that way, essentially you haven't lost any of the dance and you learn to ignore it in subsequent viewings. You can tell the filmmaker wants to give the orchestra some recognition as well so I can understand it happening. If you're fortunate to get your hands on a copy, don't miss out.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas A Rich and Unforgettable Experience 17 de abril de 2016
Por Brent C. Dickerson - Publicado en
Formato: DVD Compra verificada
Other reviewers have made pertinent and mostly just comments, which I won't repeat. All of our principals were splendid. Our Raymonda, Olesia Novikova, while dancing wonderfully, alas seemed emotionless throughout, particularly in contrast to her Jean de Brienne (Friedeman Vogel) and our Abderahman (Mick Zeni), both of whom truly lived their roles. Would-be viewers should be made aware, in light of the angst recorded by several of the honorable other reviewers, that the split screen co-featuring the piano keyboard encompasses mere seconds, repeated once or twice, and one can easily simply focus on the dancer rather than on the keyboard. The momentary blackouts during the same number are difficult to explain. One wonders if perhaps there were three different "takes" stitched together for this demanding number; it would have been more sophisticated for the camera to have cut to onstage onlookers to segue the cut (or whatever was going on); but this is an extremely minor aspect of this excellent performance of a classic ballet which deserves to be much better known. The genius of Petipa is triumphant here, particularly--in my opinion--in the exciting and varied second act; I had tears in my eyes from the sheer beauty of it. This effort to recreate the original production succeeds in giving the viewer a rich and unforgettable experience. Don't you deserve that experience too?
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Another Fine Classic 7 de marzo de 2015
Por Kevin W Hyatt - Publicado en
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An exquisite work!
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4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas beautiful dance overall, but one mistake from the video editor 27 de abril de 2012
Por Renee Chen - Publicado en
Formato: Blu-ray Compra verificada
I loved the dance, the costume, and production overall. However, when Raymonda was doing the most important solo dance during the last act, the video editor decided to cut a third of the screen and insert the piano players hands which I thought was very distracting.

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