Souvenir chorégraphique de l'opéra de Vienne: album de motifs favoris des ballets [de] Paul TaglioniAdditional title: FantascaAdditional title: Souvenirs [sic] chorégraphique de l'opéra de VienneAdditional title: Musical bouquet
NamesDoppler, Franz, 1821-1883 (Composer)Taglioni, Paul, 1808-1884 (Choreographer)
Prints depicting dance
Theatrical dancers, singly or in pairs
Dates / OriginDate Issued: 1860 - 1869 (Questionable)Place: ViennePublisher: Frédéric Schreiber
Table of ContentsInset images (not arranged in numerical order on sheet): No. 1, Ellinor. Mlle. Salvioni -- No. 2, Sardanapal. Mlle. Jaksch -- No. 3, Satanella. Mlle. Wildhack -- No. 4, Fantasca. Mlle. Mauthner -- No. 5, Flick [und] Flock. Mr. Price -- No. 6, Robert et Bertram. Mr. Frappart.
Library locationsJerome Robbins Dance DivisionShelf locator: *MGZFX Anon Souv 1
TopicsWiener StaatsoperWiener Staatsoper. BallettEllinor (Choreographic work : Taglioni)Fantasca (Choreographic work : Taglioni)Flick and Flock (Choreographic work : Taglioni, P)Robert and Bertram (Choreographic work : Taglioni after Hoguet)Sardanapal (Choreographic work : Taglioni, P)Satanella; or Metamorphoses (Choreographic work : Taglioni, P)Dancers -- Austria -- Vienna -- 19th centuryPiano music
GenresPrintsSheet music coversScores
NotesStatement of responsibility: composé pour piano par François Doppler.Caption title.Numbering: Pl. no. : C. S. 23,106.Statement of responsibility: Druck C. Schmelka.Acquisition: Gift; Lillian Moore.Biographical/historical: Paul Taglioni was the son of the choreographer Filippo Taglioni and the brother of Marie Taglioni, who together ushered in the Romantic era of ballet with La sylphide (1832). Paul too was a dancer and choreographer. His activities took him to a number of European capitals, among them Vienna, where he worked from 1853 to 1874.
Physical DescriptionEngravingsExtent: B&w ; 34 x 27 cm. + music score (6 p.)
DescriptionSheet music cover illustration. At center is an exterior view of the opera house in Vienna now known as the Wiener Staatsoper. It is surrounded by six inset images of dancers costumed for six of Paul Taglioni's ballets.
Type of ResourceStill image
IdentifiersRLIN/OCLC: 825121197Publisher's music plate number: C. S. 23,106 : Frédéric SchreiberNYPL catalog ID (B-number): b19758978Universal Unique Identifier (UUID): 391a12a0-b0d2-0133-f186-00505686a51c
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