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Anna Pavlova

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Abstract
Great Britain. Evening dedicated to the memory of the ballerina Anna Pavlova; the presenter talks about the work of A. Pavlova (synchronously in English); audience in the concert hall. Children's photographs of A. Pavlova. Ballerinas of the troupe A. Pavlova in the ballet "Chopiniana" (fragment, synchronously). Lifetime shooting of A. Pavlova: A. Pavlova's house in Ivy House; A. Pavlova and choreographer I. Khlyustin for a walk in Ivy House Park; A. Pavlova on the deck of the ship during foreign tours, sightseeing during trips to Egypt and India; A. Pavlova with sacred monkeys on [Fr. Java], plays with a snake, with a bouquet of tulips; A. Pavlova performs "Invitation to Dance" by K. Weber, dance "Night" to music by A. Rubinstein, dance "California Poppy" to music by P. Tchaikovsky, dance "Egyptian Nights" from K. Gluck's opera "Orpheus and Eurydice", dance "Dragonfly" to music by F. Kreisler, dance "Dying Swan" to music by C. Saint-Saens, dance "Rondino" to music by L. Beethoven, arranged by F. Kreisler (shot by rapid). Adagio from L. Minkus's ballet "Don Quixote" with A. Pavlova; swans in the Ivy House pond.
Director
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Color
B&W
Film ID
16044
Keywords
architecture
, sea transport
, art
Meterage
1378,3
Number of Parts
5
Operators
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Other Creators
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Release Date
1935
Sound
Has Sound

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