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Giselle [VHS] [Import USA]

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  • Format : Classique, NTSC, Import
  • Studio : Kultur Video
  • Date de sortie VHS : 23 juillet 1996
  • ASIN: 6304148178
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Format: Blu-ray Achat vérifié
Magnifique et nouvelle production du Dutch National Ballet.
Marius Petipa (d'après Jean Coralli et Jules Perrot) revisité par Rachel Beaujean (Directrice Artisique du D.N.B.) et Ricardo Bustamante (Assistant Directeur Artistique du San Francisco Ballet).

Un décor du premier acte épuré avec une toile de fond très belle où les éclairages jouent un rôle prépondérant sur un ciel magnifiquement peint; un château si peu perceptible et si lointain comme le monde d'Albrecht l'est de celui de Giselle.

Le deuxième acte tire une partie de sa grande force également par un décor d'arbres fantasmagoriques et un ciel tourmenté où là encore les éclairages jouent un rôle prépondérant dans l'atmosphère nocturne et surnaturelle de cet acte en blanc jusqu'à ce lever du jour poudré d'or. L'apparition des Willis flottant sur une nuée de vapeurs bleutées et celle de Giselle au-dessus de sa tombe sont deux des moments forts de la scénographie.

Mais c'est peut-être dans la chorégraphie que réside le plus grand atout de cette production.
Un portrait d'Hilarion des plus convaincants enfin traité presque comme un premier rôle.
Le casting le montre ici aussi jeune et séduisant qu'Albrecht ce qui donne une force nouvelle à leur rivalité.
Dans son premier acte la part de pantomime est plus élaborée que d'habitude et JAN ZELER est très convaincant et touchant dans son jeu. Il possède des qualités évidentes d'acteur et on se sent désolé pour lui de n'être pas aimé en retour de Giselle.
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Format: DVD Achat vérifié
Cette jolie « Giselle » néerlandaise, bien filmée, avec une belle qualité d'image, souffre principalement de la concurrence avec les excellentes versions récentes de la Scala de Milan (avec l'inégalable Zakharova), du Royal Ballet (Alina Cojocaru) ou de l'Opéra de Paris (Laëtitia Pujol). Ici, presque tout est un petit cran en dessous, mais le spectacle est globalement de très bonne qualité.

La chorégraphie et la mise en scène correspondent à la version « standard » Coralli-Perrot revue par Petipa. Dans le premier acte, on trouvera néanmoins quelques menues variantes : le pas de deux des jeunes paysans est ici un pas de quatre, bien dansé et agréable à regarder. Moins convaincante est la danse des vignerons, en culotte de peau et aux jambes nues, dont le style est un peu anachronique et la réalisation approximative.

Les décors sont très légèrement stylisés, et créent un peu moins d'ambiance que ceux de Milan, Paris ou Londres. Il en va de même avec les costumes, un peu plus simples. À l'acte II, les silhouettes des grands arbres qui forment le fond du décor sont quand même d'un bel effet, ainsi que l'arrivée des Wilis sur un tapis de brume, mais l'éclairage du plateau est parfois un peu insuffisant, et laisse trop de zones d'ombre. Le corps de ballet est parfois un peu désynchronisé à l'acte I, qui manque d'un rien de raffinement dans la pantomime ou dans la disposition des groupes de danseurs sur scène. Au second acte, les vingt-quatre Wilis sont quasiment irréprochables.
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Format: Blu-ray Achat vérifié
Une prestation du Dutch National Ballet de très haut niveau , et la qualité artistique des prises de vues , font que ce disque Blu-ray est à conseiller aux amateurs de ballets classiques .
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42 internautes sur 44 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Fluidly marvelous! 14 décembre 2010
Par Esteban Molina - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD Achat vérifié
I own many performances of "Giselle" but this is, by far, my favorite. It's possible to find a DVD performance with a more stellar touch here or there; but, overall, this performance is as close to perfection in all aspects of production as one is likely to find. High praise, I know, but I think it's merited.

There is an overall "ensemble" feel to this performance. Everyone seems to be operating at the same level of excellence and commitment and on the same "wave" as to interpretation. The synchronization of the corps - whether manifested by a single couple, several couples together or the whole company - is exceptional. Quite honestly, I have seen productions by world-famous companies (no names mentioned) which fall far, far below the standards exhibited by this company. If they dance like this all the time, they should be at the top of anyone's list!

Not only are they together as a group, but there is a singular grace and ease to their dancing that one doesn't always see. They are, in fact, so unified in style and execution that one can easily overlook just how wonderful they are. They make it seem so easy and normative that one forgets how exceptional what they do really is. I wish I knew more about the different national "schools"; but there is something about this performance as a whole and in the individual style of each dancer which reminds me of Russia. There isn't a moment of stiffness in anything they do, no matter how complicated; easeful, fluid grace is the best I can do as a description, and they seem to enjoy what they're doing. If the steps are racking them with pain, there is not the slightest indication of it for the audience.

If you want a minus, then I single out the boorish behaviour of the audience, especially in Act 2, for special note. Seldom have I heard such disrespect from an audience for its fellows or for the artists as this one manifests. What do I mean? Coughing. My god, you'd think the whole performance had been filmed in a tubercular ward. But even with that the performance is so magical that one can forget such behavioural interruptions.

I could go on and on, but suffice it to say that, once I've watched a DVD of Giselle, I normally skip over all but the beginning and ending of Act 1 and go straight to the real glory, Act 2. BUT...in the case of this performance, I have found myself watching the whole of Act 1 because it was just so very lovely, graceful and joyful to watch. What more can I say? I suppose you might not like this performance, so individual is preference; but I find it hard to believe in this case that anyone will be disappointed in owning such a "Giselle".

Highest marks. Really, it's special. Buy it!

This review refers to the "Giselle" of the Dutch National Ballet.
Cast list:
Giselle: Anna Tsygankova
Count Albrecht: Jozef Varga
Myrtha: Igone de Jongh
Hilarion: Jan Zerer

Kultur Video: ASIN: B002VR9QY6
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 A second act revelation 21 août 2010
Par Balletomane - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD Achat vérifié
I've read elsewhere that this is an 'old-fashioned' version of the much loved classic and the first act is certainly what you would expect.Jolly villagers cavort in a bucolic setting in the usual way and the betrayal of Giselle is expertly played out by Tsygankova and Varga who are beautiful to watch.The mad scene is heart-wrenching and although some camerawork is too far from the action conversely there are fewer close-ups of perspiring dancers (thank goodness) so it all works as a well-produced piece.Having several versions of the work I thought this one was developing well,until the second act which confirmed my reasons for buying the dvd after seeing it streamed on a website.Finally there was a Myrtha (Igone de Jongh) who not only looks the part but plays it as the icy cold Queen of the Wilis she is meant to be.No matronly leader of lost girls here- for although impressive grand jetes floated her across the stage,even better was the intensity she put into the characterisation of the role.This was a Myrtha totally implacable and inflexible which made the appeals by Giselle even more despairing and moving as she attempts to save Albrecht.So the drama is played out with the background corps de ballet moving well and being given loud applause by an appreciative audience.Anna Tsygankova and Jozef Varga are flawless,Hilarion again catches our sympathy and dies well to round out an exceptional second act which is enough in itself to buy this version.The additions and changes to music and choreography didn't interfere thankfully while the 5.1 surround sound is what we've come to expect so if you want to see how the second act should be done, this is the version to have.And as a bonus- how interesting it is to see interviews of the principals compared to their stage personas !
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Let's Say Something About The Ballerina 8 mai 2011
Par King Arthur - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD Achat vérifié
The other reviewers in rating this production as 5 Star, as I have, have commented about this classic ballet up, down, backwards and sideways. In short this beautiful ballet, as an example of the art of ballet, has been fully explored. To a viewer, seeking reasons why he/she should buy or pass on this ballet performance gains nothing by my adding another dollop to a full plate of praise. Instead, I focus on the Ballerina: the raison d'etre - the primary reason why you and I buy a ballet recording .

Ballet is a unique intellectual, artistic confection. It is an art form which tells a gripping story to the viewer (if successfully done) within a highly confining artistic format: the ballerina, and all the performers, must participate in the telling of a story WITHOUT UTTERING A WORD! Current Emotions, and Anticipatory Emotions must be expressed (a) through an understanding of the art of mime, (b) the ability to perform effectively in this unique art form (c)in concert with the underlying music, and (d) all coordinated within a pattern of intricate dance steps and physical movements, - some requiring a large order of physical strength (e)a memory for detail and (f) an exquisite sense of timing, namely to understand, and obey the choreographer's work product. For it is the choreographer who takes all these disparate elements, and, if successful, melds them into an eye catching, heart warming whole. All this expository material said, I turn to my reason for writing this review. I've fsllen in love with Anna Tsygankova, a Queen among the of Giselles! I knew nothing of Anna until a few days earlier. I had seen her for the first time in this same Dutch Ballet Company's version of Don Quichot. I marveled at her dancing skills, and enjoyed her effervescent personality. However her role as Kitri was a comic role, which Ms. Tsygankova carried off very well. It wasn't until I viewed her in this DVD of Giselle that I saw the full range of her artistry. Her dancing and miming in Don Quichot were superb. But in this performance of Giselle the interrelationship of her dancing and her miming were exquisite! And essential, were the ballet's love story to be effectively told. Each art form, dancing and miming, as done by Anna, buttressed the other, creating a beautiful, heart rending, indelible performance of an old, but ever young romantic ballet. Bravo Anna, Star Ballerina! Anna Tsygankova you have brought me much pleasure! Thank you!. King Arthur. Arthur Stanley Katz, May 7, 2011
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 No coughing!? 15 janvier 2012
Par Thomas Ascher - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Blu-ray Achat vérifié
First, I wish to thank other reviewers for having recommended this so highly. Based on those reviews, I purchased and watched, and glad that I did.

I was initially hesitant to buy this because a couple of other reviewers mentioned some disturbing, rude coughing audible during the second act. But, I heard no coughing whatsoever. I have a pretty high-end sound system and watched at full room volume, so feel I would have noticed the coughing, if it had been present. I was listening using the 5.1 surround mode. Don't know if there might be a difference if I had used stereo. Is it possible that the engineers who produced this were able to re-mix and eliminate the problem? Don't know. All I know is that the disc I received had no problems.

Special note should also be given to the dancing of Jozef Vargo. There is a tendency to focus on the dancing of Giselle herself, to the exclusion of Albrecht. Tsygankova's Giselle is superb in interpretation, with a light, weightless, delicacy of dancing that is wonderful to watch. But don't ignore Vargo. He also exhibits a weightless, delicacy of dancing to match Gidelle's with a caring, gentle, supportive demeanor that I found very appealing. In summary, this new blu-ray version with Tsygankova and Varga at the Dutch National Opera is a step above other performances I've seen, a true masterpiece of chemistry, artistic sensitivity and technical virtuosity. Superb, just about perfect filming and editing as well. Thanks to all who recommended!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Giselle - full ballet on DVD 2 octobre 2013
Par GF64 - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Blu-ray Achat vérifié
I was astonished at the beauty both of the visualizations and the emotional character of the dancers. The scenes between Albrecht and Giselle in the second can not be seen without eliciting true emotion about their love for one another - a ballet with romantic drama actually realized.
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