The ballet was first performed in Paris in but was made famous by a revival choreographed by Marius Petipa. These excerpts are some of the most widely known and performed excerpts in classical ballet. Many different ballet companies have performed these works as well as the ballet in full. After learning more about the story, I became interested in how the excerpts I have become familiar with through this course fit to tell this detailed story of a pirate and a slave woman. First, I began my research with learning the full story behind the poem and ballet. I will start by briefly summarizing the story.
The Corsair by George Gordon Byron: poem analysis
Pirates, Privateers, Buccaneers, and Corsairs
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