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1969 Chiakofusuki kinen Tōkyō baree dan 5 shuunen kinen koen (II), 1969

Identifier: D004.01.0002.00066
Souvenir program for the Tokyo Ballet Company's five-year anniversary performance series in 1969. Program A is Tchaikovsky's entire Swan Lake ballet in the Bolshoi Theater style, with supporting roles danced by members of the Tokyo company. The theme for Programs B and C is ''Maya Plisetskaya complete,'' and is a collection of varied works. Principal performers: Maya Plisetskaya, Nikolai Fadeyechev and others from the Bolshoi Ballet; Aleksandr Kopyrov, conductor; Hideteru Kitahara, choreographic director for the Tokyo Ballet's portion of the program. Other works performed include: Pas de Quatre from Sleeping Beauty, Pas de Deux from The Flames of Paris, Espada and Pas de Deux from Don Quixote, Waltz of the Flowers and Pas de Deux from the Nutcracker, and Schedrin's Carmen (based on music from Bizet's opera).


  • 1969


Language of Materials

From the Collection: Collection is predominately in English; materials in other languages are indicated at the file level.

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1 items (booklet)

Scope and Contents

From the Series: 550 programs representing over 150 ballet companies and a varied collection of approximately 700 items, being promotional materials including flyers, brochures, house programs, etc. representative of dance performance in mid- to late-20th century America incorporating ballet, modern, ethnic, and other dance forms.

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

50 pages : illustrations, some colored.


Maĭi︠a︡ Pliset︠s︡kai︠a︡ ||Maya Plisetskaya ||1969 Tchaikovsky Memorial Tokyo Ballet Company 5 Year Anniversary Exhibition (II)
Title transliterated from title page; Alternate title I from cover; Alternate title II and III translated by archivist.

Repository Details

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