A ballet based on an Andalusian Gypsy tale by Gregorio Martinez Sierra.
Scene: the Triana, the district of caves near Seville, which is the traditional home of the Gypsies of Andalusia.
At the piano, Tom McCall
(Charles Mackerras conducts by permission of the Governors of Sadler's Wells)
See paragraph on page 41
Choreography for television by:
Orchestra conducted by:
Candelas, a Gypsy girl:
Carmelo, her lover:
Lucia, her friend:
The Spectre (in life Marco, a man of evil repute and once Candelas' lover):
from the Palais des Sports, Paris
A display by units of the French Forces including
Cavalry of the Cadre Noir de Saumur, Bands of the Navy, Air Force and Foreign Legion and demonstrations by the famous North African Regiments.
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