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Aglaë, ou l'Élève d'amour


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Ballet divertissement in one act with choreography by F. Taglioni and music by Johann Friedrich Keller. Premiered 22 Jan. 1841 in St Petersburg with M. Taglioni in the title role. It tells the story of the nymph Aglaë, her master Cupid, a faun, and a young man.

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