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Marius Petipa

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Marius Ioannis filius Petipa, premier maître de ballet Theatrorum Imperialium Petropolis. Petropoli 1887.
Imago Marii Petipae anno fere quindecim aetatis suae, circa 1833.
Imago Marii Petipae cum in Russiam migravit. Petropoli, circa 1855.

Marius Ivanovich Petipa (Russice Ма́риус Ива́нович Петипа́, natus Victor Marius Alphonse Petipa Massiliae Franciae die 11 Martii 1818; mortuus Gurzuf in oppido Crimeano Gubernii Taurici Imperii Russici die 14 Iulii[1] 1910[2]) fuit saltator ballationis, paedagogus, et choreographus Francicus, unus e magistris ballationis et choreographis in historia ballationis maximi momenti.

Cursu diuturno primus magister ballationis (Francice premier maître de ballet) Theatrorum Imperialium Petropolitanorum innotuit, ubi munus magistri ballationis et principalis Ballationis Imperialis[3] choreographus ab anno 1871 ad annum 1903 sustinebat. Plus quam quinquaginta ballationes creavit.

Ballationes Marii Petipae[recensere | fontem recensere]

Portu Namneto[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Le Droit du seigneur (1838)
  • La Petite Bohémienne (1838)
  • La Noce à Nantes (1838)

Burdigalae Franciae[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • La Jolie Bordelaise (1840)
  • L’Intrigue amoureuse (1841)
  • La Vendange (1842)
  • Le Langage des fleurs (1844)

Matriti Hispaniae[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Carmen et son toréro (1845)
  • La Perle de Séville (1845)
  • L’Aventure d’une fille de Madrid (1845)
  • Départ pour la course des taureaux (1845)
  • La Fleur de Grenade (1846)
  • Forfasella ó la hija del infierno (1846)
  • Alba-Flor la pesarosa (1847)

Russia[recensere | fontem recensere]

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Notae[recensere | fontem recensere]

Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Beaumont, Cyril W. 1941. Complete book of ballets: a guide to the principal ballets of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. Garden City Novi Eboraci: Garden City Publishing Company.
  • Guest, Ivor Forbes. 1984. Jules Perrot: Master of the Romantic Ballet. Novi Eboraci: Dance Horizons. ISBN 0871271400.
  • Krasovskai︠a︡, Vera. 1972. Marius Petipa and "The sleeping beauty" CDonv. ex Russico a Cynthia Read. Novi Eboraci: Dance Perspectives Foundation.
  • Nekhendzi, A., comp. 1971. Marius Petipa, Materials, recollections, articles (Marius Petipa, Materialy, vospominaniya, stat'i). Ed. Yuri Slonimsky et al. Leningrad State Theater Museum.
  • Petipa, Marius. Memuary Mariusa Petipa solista ego imperatorskogo velichestva i baletmeistera imperatorskikh teatrov (Memoriae Marii Petipa, Soloista Maiestatis Imperialis et Magister Balletionis Theatrorum Imperialium).
  • Petipa, Marius. 1971. Russian ballet master: the memoirs of Marius Petipa. Ed. Lillian Moore; conv. ex Russico ab Helen Whittaker. Londinii: Dance Books. ISBN 0903102005.
  • Petipa, Marius. 1992. The Diaries of Marius Petipa, ed. et conv. Lynn Garafola. Studies in Dance History 3, no. 1 (ver).
  • Saint-Léon, Arthur. 1981. Letters from a ballet-master: the correspondence of Arthur Saint-Léon. Ed. Ivor Guest. Novi Eboraci: Dance Horizons. ISBN 0871271230.
  • Scholl, Tim. 1994. From Petipa to Balanchine: classical revival and the modernization of ballet. Londinii et Novi Eboraci: Routledge. ISBN 0415092221.
  • Wiley, Roland John. 1976. Dances from Russia: An Introduction to the Sergeyev Collection. Harvard Library Bulletin 24, no. 1 (Ianuarius).
  • Wiley, Roland John. 1985. Tchaikovsky's ballets: Swan lake, Sleeping beauty, Nutcracker. Oxoniae et Novi Eboraci: Oxford University Press. ISBN 0193153149.
  • Wiley, Roland John. 1997. The life and ballets of Lev Ivanov: choreographer of The Nutcracker and Swan Lake. Oxoniae et Novi Eboraci: Oxford University Press. ISBN 0198165676.
  • Wiley, Roland John, ed. et interpres. 1990. A Century of Russian ballet: documents and accounts, 1810–1910. Oxoniae et Novi Eboraci: Oxford University Press. ISBN 0193164167.

Nexus externi[recensere | fontem recensere]

Commons-logo.svg Vicimedia Communia plura habent quae ad Marium Petipa spectant.
  • De hoc homine in Indice Interretiali Pellicularum (Anglice)