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Dancer's Dream - the Great Ballets of Rudolf Nureyev - Romeo and Juliet [DVD] 
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A documentary dedicated to the great ballet production by Rudolf Nureyev, performed at the Opera National de Paris. Music by Sergei Prokofiev.
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By Dr. Paul R. Terry on 3 Dec. 2004
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I bought this the other day, expecting it to be a complete performance of this famous 1977 production. However, it's actually a documentary based around a revival in Paris. The interviews and comments by Nureyev's colleagues are very interesting, and the extracts from the score give a flavour of the whole. All in all, a very useful video, but you will have to look elsewhere for the whole production (Warners?).
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