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    Wow. Just wow. I hope others get a chance to see this. Did not know it was composed by Khachaturian. The choreography seemed entirely in the spirit of the music.
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    Brilliant pas de deux.Suppose it was choreographed by Yuri Grigorowich.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ldiat View Post
    Saw that guy in Minkus: La Bayadère, also stunning.
    Theatre, a forum for public debate, an arena for cathartic spectacle and somewhere for vain bitchy people to show off in front of big crowds!

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    well...

    here's in fact how Spartacus should be danced -




    it was back in 1969 with Maris Liepa and Vladimir Vassiliev, the dancers unsurpassed to this day.

    here's the movie -



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    Quote Originally Posted by Larkenfield View Post
    The choreography seemed entirely in the spirit of the music.
    this is a ballet where synergy between music and dance has been achieved like never before.

    Quote Originally Posted by Sissone View Post
    Suppose it was choreographed by Yuri Grigorowich.
    yes, by him, the greatest choreographer since Marius Petipa.

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