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Kalinka [videoupptagning] : rhythms and soul of the Slavic peoples / by Mikhail Berkut ; [presented by] Berkut Dance International and Les Balletts Russes de Montreal.

Contributor(s): Berkut, Mikhail [chr] | Manolesco, Aurel [oth] | Balletts Russes du Montreal [dnc] | Berkut Dance International [dnc]Material type: FilmFilmPublication details: London, England : Berkut Dance International, cop. 1985 Description: 1 DVD-film (59 min.) : färgSubject(s): Karaktärsdans | Balett | Folkdans -- ÖsteuropaOther classification: Iky-m/VC
Contents:
Troyka (dance about drunk coachman & crazy horses) -- Lebiodoushka (Russian tale about "Princess Swan") -- Kazatchok (Ukrainian "pas de deux") --Mazurka (homage to Villa Lodos) -- Thcetviora (Russian pas de quatre) --Monina (song about foolish husband) -- Matrioshki (Russian wooden dolls) --Romance (Ukrainian song about "broken date") -- Maltchucani (the pals are bored, looking for troubles) -- Balalayka (soloist Aurel Manolesco) -- Katiusha (Russian military song) -- Gypsy caravan (dance from ballet "Esmeralda") --Krakoviak (Polish traditional dance) -- Village flirt (Russian "pas de trois") -- Zelkin (Russian bargemen's song) -- Hopak (Ukrainian traditional dance) --Kalinka (Russian popular song and dance).
Production credits: Musical director, Aurel Manolesco ; Russian singer and musicians, Folkorkestra Kalinka.Summary: Character dance program of 17 numbers based on authentic steps and patterns of Russian, Ukrainian, gypsy and Polish folklore. With traditional costumes.
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Troyka (dance about drunk coachman & crazy horses) -- Lebiodoushka (Russian tale about "Princess Swan") -- Kazatchok (Ukrainian "pas de deux") --Mazurka (homage to Villa Lodos) -- Thcetviora (Russian pas de quatre) --Monina (song about foolish husband) -- Matrioshki (Russian wooden dolls) --Romance (Ukrainian song about "broken date") -- Maltchucani (the pals are bored, looking for troubles) -- Balalayka (soloist Aurel Manolesco) -- Katiusha (Russian military song) -- Gypsy caravan (dance from ballet "Esmeralda") --Krakoviak (Polish traditional dance) -- Village flirt (Russian "pas de trois") -- Zelkin (Russian bargemen's song) -- Hopak (Ukrainian traditional dance) --Kalinka (Russian popular song and dance).

Musical director, Aurel Manolesco ; Russian singer and musicians, Folkorkestra Kalinka.

Character dance program of 17 numbers based on authentic steps and patterns of Russian, Ukrainian, gypsy and Polish folklore. With traditional costumes.

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