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Hans Van Manen SIX BALLETS / Netherlands Dance Theatre + HET Nationale Ballet / 2 DVD - 2h 15' / subtitles: EN/FR/DE/ES/NL

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Hans Van Manen SIX BALLETS / Netherlands Dance Theatre + HET Nationale Ballet / 2 DVD - 2h 15' / subtitles: EN/FR/DE/ES/NL
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Hans Van Manen
SIX BALLETS

Déjà vu?

Yolanda Martin, dancer
Fabrice Mazliah, dancer
Hans Van Manen, choreographer
Keso Dekker, set and costume design

Music: Arvo Pärt: Fratres
 

Solo

Netherlands Dance Theatre
Hans Van Manen, choreographer
Keso Dekker, costume design
Joop Caboort, light design

Music: Johann Sebastian Bach: Partita No. 1 for Solo Violin
Sigiswald Kuijken, violin

 
Kammerballett

Netherlands Dance Theatre
Hans Van Manen, choreographer
Keso Dekker, costume design
Joop Caboort, light design

Music: Kara Karayev: 24 Preludes for Piano: Nos. 1, 2, 3, 5
Vladimir Yurigin-Klevke, piano

Domenico Scarlatti: Keyboard Sonata in C major, K. 159: Allegro
Ivo Pogorelich, piano

John Cage: In a landscape
Stephen Drury, piano

Domenico Scarlatti: Keyboard Sonata in B minor, K. 87: Andante
Ivo Pogorelich, piano

 
The Old Man and Me

Sabine Kupferberg, dancer
Gérard Lemaitre, dancer
Hans Van Manen, choreographer
Keso Dekker, costume design
Joop Caboort, light design

Music:
J.J. Cale: The Old Man and Me
performed by J.J. Cale

Igor Stravinsky: Circus Polka
CBC Symphony Orchestra
Igor Stravinsky, conductor

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Piano Concerto No. 23 in A major, K. 488: Adagio
Philharmonia Orchestra
Vladimir Ashkenazy

 
Frank Bridge Variations

HET Nationale Ballet
Hans Van Manen, choreography
Keso Dekker, costumes
Bert Dalhuysen, light design

Music:
Benjamin Britten: Variations on a Theme of Frank Bridge

 
Two Pieces for HET

HET Nationale Ballet
Hans Van Manen, choreography
Keso Dekker, costumes
Jan Hofstra, light design

Music by Errki-Sven Tüür and Arvo Pärt

 

including interviews with Hans Van Manen and Introduction to the six ballets


Van Manen created Déjà vu in June 1995 for two dancers in the junior troupe: Yolanda Martin and Fabrice Mazliah, both just twenty years old. Their entrée is highly unorthodox. They crawl backwards from the wings on all fours, dressed in black cat suits, one from the left, the other from the right. He uses Arvo Pärt’s music Fratres – which had, indeed, been used over and over by choreographers from all over the world – as the complement of a refined and intense struggle for power between two equal partners, man and woman.

Solo was created barely a year later, in January 1997, and showcases the other end of Van Manen’s art of dancing. Made to measure for the junior troupe, it is a sparkling relay of three boys, alternating at breakneck speed, to two parts of Bach’s First Violin Partita. This work was greeted with astounding enthusiasm.

Three months later Kammerballett opened, for eight dancers of the main troupe, and with seemingly ill-matched piano music. This “chamber ballet” is in line with Compositie, which was created one year before, inspired by Mondrian’s work.

The Old Man and Me is a special dedication to Nederlands Dans Theater III founded by Jirí Kylián in 1991, for dancers aged forty and over, especially for his Kylián’s wife Sabine Kupferberg who had just reached the age of forty that year. Hans van Manen created Evergreens and Different partners for the troupe. He tailored the third duet, The Old Man and Me, to the comical and expressive talents of Sabine Kupferberg and Gérard Lemaitre, then 44 and 59 years old. As he often did, he used a great variety of musical works connecting them by dance: J.J. Cale’s The Old Man and Me and Stravinsky’s hilarious Circus Polka.

Ted Brandsen, the National Ballet’s new artistic director, was ready to welcome him with open arms and after eighteen years Van Manen returned as their regular choreographer. The first work he created for the company in this capacity were the Frank Bridge Variations, set to nine out of the eleven movements of the Variations on a Theme of Frank Bridge, in which Benjamin Britten had used a theme from his old teacher. Strikingly, in this work Van Manen replaced the pointe technique by an earthly tone in the expression. In the funeral march the dancers merely walk the stage in stern patterns. The “less is more” adage is even more strongly expressed in the duets: a few turns, a few lifts, and maximum power of expression. Limitation reveals the master. Call it “déjà vu”, if you like.

Two Pieces for HET originally comprised three parts, but without the first ensemble part Van Manen felt it was stronger, so that only the pas de deux remained: Two Pieces for HET. The two dancers explore each other and the room to the stirring music of the Estonian composer Tüürk, as in a nervously alternating courtship display without any fixed role patterns. The movement quiets down in an adagio to the stilled tunes of Pärt’s Psalom, where the partners feel each other in a sensual love-play full of subdued tension. Van Manen received, among other awards, the Erasmus Award and the Benois de la Danse.



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Picture Format: NTSC 16:9
Sound Format: PCM Stereo
Region Code: 0 (All regions)
Menu Languages: English, German, French, Spanish, Dutch
Subtitle Languages: English, German, French, Spanish, Italian
Running Time DVD 1: 63 min (Ballets) + 12 min (Introductions)
Running Time DVD 2: 38 min (Ballets) + 22 min (Introductions)
No. of DVDs: 2 (DVD 5)

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