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with special guest artist
From the Theatre Royal, Glasgow Moira Shearer introduces The Scottish Ballet production of Bournonville s romantic masterpiece - a colourful, spectacular ballet containing magnificent mime, ingenious theatrical tricks, and ending with a sparkling tarantella.
Fishermen, townsfolk and children played by artists of THE SCOTTISH BALLET
Reproduced by poul GNATT
BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra led by TREVOR WILLIAMS conducted by Bramwell Tovey
Programme associate PETER DARRELL Producer JAMES HUNTER


Introduces: Glasgow Moira Shearer
Choreography By: August Bournonville
Produced By: Poul Gnatt
Unknown: Trevor Williams
Conducted By: Bramwell Tovey
Unknown: Peter Darrell
Producer: James Hunter
Gennaro: Peter Schaufuss
Teresina: Elaine McDonald
Veronica (mother): Cecelia Barrett
Friar Ambrosio: Christopher Long
Giacomo (macaroni vender): Peter Royston
Peppo (lemonade seller): Gordon Aitken
Passcarillo (singer): Jim Hastie
Golfo: Paul Tyers
Pas de six: Noriko Ohara
Pas de six: Anna McCartney
Pas de six: Sally Collard-Gentle
Pas de six: Eleanor Moore
Pas de six: Kit Lethby
Pas de six: Vincent Hantam

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