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Swan Lake - Paris Opera Ballet Acts 3 & 4

Tchaikovsky

Year: 2005

Runtime: 01:05:46

Choreographer Rudolf Nureyev offers an emotional and dreamlike interpretation of Tchaikovsky's masterpiece, SWAN LAKE. Tchaikovsky - Swan Lake video It is performed with lyrical beauty by the Paris Opera Ballet's celebrated dancers. Tchaikovsky - Swan Lake film Agnes Letestu, Jose Martinez, and Karl Paquette are featured in this Paris Opera Ballet production of the Tchaikovsky ballet choreographed by Rudolf Nureyev and conducted by Vello Paehn.

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