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Character through Art March 28, 2013

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Visual Art

Paris: Francis Sidney Muschamp, painting

Juliet: Philip H. Calderon, lithograph

Romeo: The Curse, Annie Leibovitz for Vogue Magazine, photograph

Friar Lawrence: The Promise, Annie Leibovitz for Vogue Magazine, photograph

Friar Lawrence: Jame Northcote, A Monument Belonging to the Capulets, paiting

Music

Juliet: Sergei Prokofiev, Op. 75 No. 4 – “Juliet as a young girl,” from 10 Pieces from Romeo and Juliet for Piano. Performed by A. Gavrilov

Tybalt: Sergei Prokofiev, Romeo & Juliet Suite No.1 Op.64 – No.7 “Death of Tybalt”

Friar Lawrence: Igor Roma, pianist, plays Prokofiev’s Romeo and Juliet (VII. Friar Laurence)

Mercutio: The Ballad of Queen Mab performed by David Adam Moore, from Gounod’s opera Romeo et Juliette

Romeo: Hector Berlioz, Romeo et Juliette, Op. 17, Romeo Alone

Nurse and Lady Capulet.

Dance

Juliet: Sergei Prokofiev Ballet, performed at the London Royal Opera House, choreographed by Kenneth MacMillan, starring Tamara Rojo as Juliet

Friar Lawrence: Recorded at the Bolshoi Theatre in 1989. Natalya Bessmertnova as Juliet, Irek Mukhamedov as Romeo and Yuri Vetrov as Friar Lawrence. The Members of Ballet and Orchestra of Bolshoi Theatre. Algis Zhuraitis, Conductor.

Mercutio: Sergei Prokofiev Ballet, performed at the London Royal Opera House, choreographed by Kenneth MacMillan

Romeo: Rudolf Nureyev’s production of Romeo and Juliet was filmed at the Palazzo dello Sport in Milan in 1983. Starring Rudolf Nureyev as Romeo.

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