MEADOW


Choreography by Lar Lubovitch
Assistant Choreographer: Scott Rink
Music by Franz Schubert, Gavin Bryars,
Ferruccio Busoni, and William David Brohn
Costumes by Ann Hould-Ward
Lighting by Brian MacDevitt

Running time: 20:00



A ballet for fourteen dancers plus an ensemble, Meadow received its World Premiere by American Ballet Theatre at City Center, New York on October 22, 1999, the leading roles danced by Sandra Brown and Keith Roberts.

The music for this ballet is: Die Nacht by Franz Schubert, around which William Brohn has written a piece called Pentimento which is a tissue of string effects to precede and accompany the Schubert piece; Gavin Bryars’ Incipit Vita Nova, and Ferruccio Busoni’s Berceuse Élégiaque.


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