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October 22, 2020

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Please, can anyone identify the music used in L'Altro Casanova? The performance was incredibly beautiful.

Antonio Vivaldi, Gian Francesco Malipiero, Tomaso Albinoni, Petr Eben, Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach, Luigi Boccherini, Alfred Schnittke.

I imagine that the concert will be available online for viewing eventually. The UN posted its 2019 birthday concert but I don't how long after the original date.

Thanks, Haglund. Enjoyed this, which apparently was shown only once (the livestream) & won’t be repeated...although past concerts are available...but rights seem to be especially sticky when dance is concerned. Who knows if it may appear later?

The music to the portion of L’ALTRO CASANOVA that was shown is by Vivaldi, as per the final rolling credits.

Coming today, streaming for a few days only: Sarasota Ballet’s first digital-season program of All-Ashton excerpt (for fee)...to which I’ve subscribed in hope a catching a full ballet or two later. Yeah, yeah...I’m getting really tired of bits & pieces! Remember last spring & early summer when COMPLETE ballets were streamed? And I don’t mean the shorter Balanchine PDFs like Balanchine’s TARANTELLA or TIN SOLDIER or Ashton’s THAIS pdd.

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