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Moscow State Moiseyev Dance Company

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...the dance sensation of the century
...the finest dance company in the world
One hundred and fifty dancers and musicians direct from Moscow under the direction of Igor Alexandrovich Moiseyev present excerpts from their treasury of more than two hundred dances.
Chiokrlie: The Lark
Zhok: Moldavian mass dance
The Football Match
The Partisans
Fight of the Urchins: comic dance from the Polar region
Yurochka: Georgie Byelorussian play dance
Bessarabian Gypsy Dance
The Samarkand Platter
The Modern Trend: satirical jive
Gopak: Ukrainian national dance

The Moiseyev Dance Company, recorded at the Royal Albert Hall, London, by arrangement with Victor Hochhauser Ltd., are appearing at the Palace Theatre, Manchester

Contributors

Dancers/musicians: Moscow State Moiseyev Dance Company
[Company] under the direction of: Igor Alexandrovich Moiseyev
Conductor: Nikolai Nekrassov
Commentator: Hywel Davies
Production assistant: Mary David
Producer: Derek Burrell-Davis

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Moscow State Moiseyev Dance Company

BBC One London, 29 October 1964 21.25






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