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  • Darsteller: Natalia Osipova, Carlos Acosta, Orchestra of the Royal Opera House
  • Regisseur(e): Boris Gruzin, Marius Petipa
  • Format: Dolby, HiFi Sound, NTSC, Surround Sound, Widescreen
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • Region: Alle Regionen
  • Bildseitenformat: 16:9
  • Anzahl Disks: 1
  • FSK: Freigegeben ohne Altersbeschränkung
  • Studio: Opus Arte (Naxos Deutschland GmbH)
  • Erscheinungstermin: 15. September 2014
  • Produktionsjahr: 2014
  • Spieldauer: 123 Minuten
  • Durchschnittliche Kundenbewertung: 5.0 von 5 Sternen 3 Kundenrezensionen
  • ASIN: B00M428E4G
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The quintessential Romantic ballet, Giselle has remained a cornerstone of the classical repertory and captivated audiences all over the world since its premiere in 1841. Peter Wright's landmark production does full justice to this work's great emotional power: making the characters psychologically convincing and emphasizing the contrast between the realism of Act I and the other-worldly in Act II. Making her debut as a member of The Royal Ballet in the title role, Natalia Osipova was hailed as technically and artistically supreme ... ethereal and desperately moving (Daily Telegraph). As Albrecht, Carlos Acosta partners her with devoted care, and responds to her dazzling dancing with renewed sharpness and attack of his own (Independent). Filmed in High Definition and recorded in true Surround Sound.

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"Natalia Osipova, making her debut with the Royal, is, yet again, a revelation. Through the quality of her dancing and dramatic imagination she manages to hold two conflicting forces in play, Giselle as a drama of the gothic supernatural and Giselle as a human love story. The ending is as tragic as any Giselle I've seen." (The Guardian ★★★★★)

"A Giselle even better than anticipated, which given [Natalia Osipova's] performance in the same role with the Mikhailovsky ballet last year was no mean feat.

Heroically partnered by Carlos Acosta as the duplicitous-then-remorseful Count Albrecht, Osipova in Act I floats on air and spins in reckless ecstasy, in an interpretation both technically and artistically supreme.

... Her ballon and elevation are unique: she appears virtually to be able to will herself into mid-air, to hang there unsupported. I have never seen a Giselle either so ethereal or ... so eloquently imploring or forgiving, every supernaturally weightless hop and flicker of those long arms magically moulded into an expression of love. By the time Osipova's Giselle makes her desperately moving departure retreating into the morning mist with such delicacy that she genuinely seems to dissolve into it you know you have been in the presence of greatness.

[...] Peter Wright and John Macfarlane's production is the most beautiful there is, and this was truly a night to remember" (The Telegraph ★★★★★)

"Natalia Osipova's Giselle is the most radical I ve ever seen. Not because she takes any liberties with this Romantic classic she dances with pure line, superb technique and feeling for the ballet's style but because her dramatic intelligence brings it to such fresh, burning life. The Royal Ballet looks energised by its new star, with a strong company performance around her. Acosta partners her with devoted care, and responds to her dazzling dancing with renewed sharpness and attack of his own. " (The Independent ★★★★★)

Cast
Natalia Osipova (Giselle)
Carlos Acosta (Albrecht)
Thomas Whitehead (Hilarion)
Deidre Chapman (Berthe)
Hikaru Kobayashi (Myrtha (Queen of the Wilis))
Johannes Stepanek (Wilfred)

Orchestra of the Royal Opera House; Boris Gruzin

Stage Director: Christopher Carr
Television Director: Ross MacGibbon
Designer: John MacFarlane
Choreographer: Marius Petipa; Peter Wright

Catalogue Number: OABD7151D
Date of Performance: 2014
Running Time: 113 minutes
Sound: LPCM & DTS Master Audio 5.1
Aspect Ratio: 16:9
Label: Opus Arte

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'Cojocaru's interpretation, everyone seems to agree, is one of the greatest of all time, and she continues to refine it with every performance… One of the things which makes Cojocaru so poignant in this role is a quality that one senses in the dancer herself. Something in the emotional charge of her performances, some fragility beneath the ballerina steel, emphasises the ephemeral nature of the art form. It reminds us that we must seize the day.' (The Observer) -- Dieser Text bezieht sich auf eine andere Ausgabe: Blu-ray.

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Format: DVD
I can definitely recommend this DVD. Giselle is one of the most beautiful ballets ever written and
this is once again a marvelous production by the royal ballet. The beautiful stage and costumes
take you into the world of Giselle. All the dancers give a magnificent performance. Johan Kobborg is great as Count Albrecht and especially Alina Cojocaru is worth mentioning.
Her beautiful dance is as close to perfection as you could wish and she gives a wonderful impression of a lively young girl falling in love, her transition into madness and in the second act an apparition that defies Myrtha and the wilis to protect the man she loves.
If you like ballet you should definitely buy this DVD.
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Ich bin total begeistert von dieser wunderschönen Produktion aus London. Die Charaktere sind sehr stimmig, die Tänzer haben alle sehr gutes schauspielerisches Talent und können dieses auch gut ausleben. Der Zuschauer wird wie in einem Traum durch das Ballett geführt, dem Prinzen nimmt man seine Verliebtheit hier auch wirklich ab, gut, daß die Mutter auch die Geschichte der Willis "erklären" kann. Auch das Orchester spielt absolut klasse, ein wunderbarer Sound, alles superschön. Nur zu empfehlen!
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Eine excellente Aufführung. Bestens getanzt mit gelungenem Bühnenbild. Ein visueller Genuss für Freunde des klassischen Ballets.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Giselle stops here! 7. November 2011
Von Giles Bernard J. Hall - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: DVD Verifizierter Kauf
Giselle would have to be my favourite ballet of all time. It was the second ballet I was involved in back in the 60's.
This production from Covent Garden would have to be the definitive version on disc to date. I have just finished viewing this Blu-Ray presentation and it has left me spell-bound.
What a tour-de-force with the choreography, set design, costumes, dancing and music.
The staging is the best I have ever seen and the music is so alive and attentive to Adam's scoring. Boris Gruzin brings breadth and depth to the score without making it heavy and stodgy. He manages to bring out something extra from the Covent Garden Orchestra I have not heard from them before. Their playing is exceptional; it's like a completely new score.
In act one, the role of Berthe (Giselle's mother) has been extended to fill out the mime about the Willi's.
Giselle, danced by Alina Cojocaru have NEVER been danced with such grace and poise. She is like a floating piece of paper across the stage assisted by her acting ability. Her extensions and centre core are so stable, not a wobble anywhere. The role of Albrecht is dance by Johan Kobbog. This is no prince to be messed with, his extensions and scissor actions have to be seen to be believed and his straight arm presses leave one spellbound. He holds Alina aloft as though she weighs nothing.
Marianela Nuñez dances the role of Mytha, queen of the willi's, like I have never seen before. The roar of the audience is evidence of that.
Martin Harvey does justice to the role of Hilarion (I am only sorry he doesn't get to dance more. He only gets to dance his dance of death in act two. What a shame). The remainder of the cast are all exceptional.
What a magnificent Giselle and kudos to Opus Arte for providing a magnificent colour booklet to accompany this Giselle of Giselle's.
If you have other recordings of Giselle or if you have never seen or heard it at all, I urge you to purchase it immediately, you won't be sorry.
Thank you Covent Garden in association with the BBC and Opus Arte for bringing us your production of Giselle.
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4.0 von 5 Sternen Best Buy for Giselle 31. Juli 2010
Von Luigi Tchai - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Let me get to the punch line first. This is almost a "must buy" despite my 4-star rating which I'll explain below.

In the last several years, it's extremely difficult to keep up with the young ballerinas coming up the ranks. The Russian schools seem to have put out an unending stream of really talented and accomplished young female dancers whose names would require memory training to retain. Polina Semionova, Alina Somova, Maria Alexandrova, Alina Cojocaru, and one Osipova. Any more?

They are already principal dancers in the major houses - Bolshoi, Royal Ballet, Kirov, Berlin - and they all have "stories" attached to them if you read about them on Google. Semionova was specifically recruited by Berlin to partner Malakhov; Plisetskaya was so impressed by Somova that she took off her diamond ear rings and gave them to the awed young woman; Cojocaru turned down an offer of principal dancer by the Kiev Ballet and joined the Corps de Ballet at the Royal Ballet so she could improve more freely. I believe it. This is exciting stuff.

This Giselle was danced by Alina Cojocaru, a Romanian trained by the Kiev. She's fabulous. Every movement, turn, jump, and pose was precise and beautiful to look at. She also paid great attention to the story and acted very well. The ending of Act I might even be a bit over dramatic, but she was committed so I would not fault her. In Act II, the Corps was on stage 80% or more of the time and the ladies were magnificent. You wonder whether they tried extra hard to support their former colleague from their rank. It's one thing to do grand jete in ones, twos or even fours. But these women gave me the impression that they were FLYING in precision formation in the same split second as a squadron. I watched the second act three times in a row.

So why only 4 stars? Ah, great ballet has long reaches and memories. The one big shadow for me is the 1977 American Ballet Theatre Giselle with Markarova, Baryshnikov, and Martine van Hamel. Others may have theirs because there had been so many great Giselles over the years. Galina Ulanova, Alexandra Ferri, Carla Fracci just to recall a few. Don't forget several other Russian ladies whose names I can't spell anymore. Many of their performances had been preserved on film. Man, it's a tough crowd!

One also has to think about the Albrechts and Myrthas (we can forget the Hilarions for simplication of comparison.) In this Giselle, Marianela Nunez was wonderful, practically in the prima ballerina class in which I think she actually belongs. But Martine van Hamel was perfection, so good you could cry while watching her. How about Albrecht? Kobborg was good. However, he's no Erik Bruhn even though he's Danish. Baryshnikov was already a trademark in the late 70's for reasons other than looks and hype. He's one great dancer! It's almost not fair to compare.

Finally, there's the conducting. The Russian maestro Boris Gruzin must be a very considerate man. He gave the dancers all the slack they needed. As a result, his beat tended to follow especially the soloists, not lead them or urge them on. This had consequences. The music lost propulsivesness in several key scenes, especially when approaching crescendos and climaxes. The virtue on the other hand was that the dancers looked good on stage because they "finished" at the same time with the music. But I prefer the tension of the music over a perfect pose.

John Lanchbery conducting the Markarova version was never pushy. He just kept a tighter rein. In fact, his tempo in places were slower than Gruzin's. Markarova must have loved him because he let her move and let the music "surround" her movements, neither leading nor following. It took me many hours listening to Lanchbery's Swan Lake to realize what a great ballet conductor he was. He did not conduct as a symphony conductor, but as a ballet master.

So why is this Giselle a Best Buy? It's a modern rcording. HD quality and surround sound. Young Cojacaru was simply a delight! Technique, acting, and total dedication to the role. The Corps to me was women's beauty at its finest. Then look at the price. Unbeatable.
5.0 von 5 Sternen Osipova's performance quite steals this show. 21. September 2016
Von C K. - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Natalia Osipova's performance is the best I have seen of Giselle, either live or on a recording, and carries an emotional impact far greater than any other I am familiar with. Her work in the pas de deux in the second act (with Carlos Acosta) is quite astonishing, for its depth and pathos. The only other performance that comes even close to hers is also on DVD in an old recording, by the ABT's Carla Fracci. Both Carlos Acosta and Hikaru Kobayashi (as Albrecht and Myrtha, respectively) turn in very good work but it is Osipova who stands head and shoulders above them.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Giselle stops here! 6. November 2011
Von Giles Bernard J. Hall - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Blu-ray Verifizierter Kauf
Giselle would have to be my favourite ballet of all time. It was the second ballet I was involved in back in the 60's.
This production from Covent Garden would have to be the definitive version on disc to date. I have just finished viewing this Blu-Ray presentation and it has left me spell-bound.
What a tour-de-force with the choreography, set design, costumes, dancing and music.
The staging is the best I have ever seen and the music is so alive and attentive to Adam's scoring. Boris Gruzin brings breadth and depth to the score without making it heavy and stodgy. He manages to bring out something extra from the Covent Garden Orchestra I have not heard from them before. Their playing is exceptional; it's like a completely new score.
In act one, the role of Berthe (Giselle's mother) has been extended to fill out the mime about the Willi's.
Giselle, danced by Alina Cojocaru have NEVER been danced with such grace and poise. She is like a floating piece of paper across the stage assisted by her acting ability. Her extensions and centre core are so stable, not a wobble anywhere. The role of Albrecht is dance by Johan Kobbog. This is no prince to be messed with, his extensions and scissor actions have to be seen to be believed and his straight arm presses leave one spellbound. He holds Alina aloft as though she weighs nothing.
Marianela Nuñez dances the role of Mytha, queen of the willi's, like I have never seen before. The roar of the audience is evidence of that.
Martin Harvey does justice to the role of Hilarion (I am only sorry he doesn't get to dance more. He only gets to dance his dance of death in act two. What a shame). The remainder of the cast are all exceptional.
What a magnificent Giselle and kudos to Opus Arte for providing a magnificent colour booklet to accompany this Giselle of Giselle's.
If you have other recordings of Giselle or if you have never seen or heard it at all, I urge you to purchase it immediately, you won't be sorry.
Thank you Covent Garden in association with the BBC and Opus Arte for bringing us your production of Geselle.
7 von 7 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich
5.0 von 5 Sternen flawless 5. April 2009
Von James A. Pantano - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: DVD Verifizierter Kauf
i can not think of any phrase that would sound impressive enough to describe how great this production is. not only is the dancing of all the performers superb, but the acting skill is equally on par.the sets and costumes mesh perfectly with the "feel" of this production. technically, the lighting is perfect. the picture is crisp and sharp. the editing is as close, i think to perfect as you can get. when a particular scene utilizes numerous personnel miming/dancing different things the camera will pan away to allow you to see the scene as a whole rather than just focusing on the main character(s). i have seen other productions of giselle but this one is special because it gave me a whole new appreciation for the story. i have heard it said that the devil is in the details and that is surely the case here. the attention to detail in everything is what pushes this production way ahead of just about every ballet i have on video. the character portrayal has a richness and depth that is among the best i have ever seen in any production, recorded or live. alina cojocoru is phenomenal as giselle. i'd heard much of her but have only seen her in the royal ballets the nutcracker which i liked but i knew was not the perfect vehicle to showcase her talents. from the moment she stepped out of the cottage in giselle i was mesmerized. she has such a fluid movement, a "way" about her that reminded me of baryshnikov. ( i know its a strange comparison but for some reason as i was watching her baryshnikov kept poping into my brain.) she translates so much emotion but in such a subtle way. as another reviewer said "she lingers long in the mind." johan kobborg as loys/albrecht was very, very impressive, cleary setting the bench mark for this role. the regal caddishness, the moment of romantic clarity, the remorse, the sorrow and repentance all portrayed just perfect. neither over or under acted. and i would have to say the same applies to martin harvey as hillarion. i liked that rugged macho attitude he brought to the role. his portrayal brought more attention to the role of hillarion then any other i'd ever seen. the second act had at moments, a genuine ghostlyness to it, even creepy in a way. marianela nunez as myrtha was perfect. she had that blank, see thru you stare down pat. and for what its worth this production has some of the best looking dancers ever assembled on a stage. the royal orchestra conducted by boris gruzin was perfectly in sync with the action on stage. the sound for this production is also excellent. in conclusion; this giselle gave me a renewed appreciation for this ballet. it is certainly one i will watch again and again. this is truly five stars without reservation.
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