La Dame aux camélias

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The younger Dumas's 1848 novel has inspired many ballets including Taras's Camille (mus. Schubert-Rieti, Original Ballet Russe, 1946), Tudor's Lady of the Camellias (mus. Verdi, New York City Ballet, 1951), T. Gsovsky's La Dame aux camélias (Berlin Festival, mus. Berlioz, 1964), Ashton's Marguerite and Armand (mus. Liszt-Searle, Royal Ballet, 1963), and Neumeier's Lady of the Camellias (mus. Chopin, Stuttgart, 1978.)

Subjects: Dance.

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