Fernando Bujones: Portrait Of An American Dance

Fernando Bujones: Portrait Of An American Dance


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Product Details

Release Date: 06/24/2008
UPC: 0032031434998
Rating: NR
Source: Kultur Video
Region Code: 0
Sound: [Dolby Digital Stereo]
Time: 1:46:00

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Fernando Bujones: A Portrait of an American Dance Legend
1. Introduction [2:59]
2. Grand Pliés [2:16]
3. Battement Tendus With Demi-Pliés [1:00]
4. Battement Tendu Dégagé With Demi-Pliés [1:01]
5. Battement Tendu With Flex [1:18]
6. Battement Jeté Piqué [:38]
7. Battement Jeté Dégagé [:28]
8. Rond de Jambe Par Terre [1:39]
9. Rond de Jambe en l'Air [:53]
10. Battement Fondu [1:03]
11. Battement Frappés With Ballonnés [:41]
12. Stretching at the Barre [2:15]
13. Adagio [1:16]
14. Grand Battement [:43]
15. Description [:49]
16. Battement Tendus - Changing Direction [:59]
17. Battement Jetés [:29]
18. Adagio In the Center [1:37]
19. Pirouettes [:50]
20. Glissades, Sissonnes, and Changement [:45]
1. Opening [:51]
2. A Passion For Dance [2:23]
3. Early Training [5:50]
4. Bujones Performs [18:30]
5. The Classical Style [:14]
6. The Rehearsal Studio [7:03]
7. Range and Technique [2:40]
8. Athletic Training and Personal Time [5:15]
1. Opening [:44]
2. Ballet Competition In Varna [1:27]
3. The Rehearsals [2:20]
4. The Competition Begins [5:57]
5. The Second Stage [11:26]
6. Third and Final Stage [2:01]
7. The Winners are Announced [3:29]
8. Credits [:32]

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Fernando Bujones: Portrait Of An American Dance 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
WilesWales More than 1 year ago
This is Fernando at his best. In the three parts, the second, "Im His Own Image," I've had for years in VHS format, and has not been available for purchase in DVD format as far as I could tell. It is Fernando at this best with the dancer's body, extraordianary performance in "Giselle," Act II. The Grande Pas de Deux in Raymonda, the first rarely seen part in "Giselle," Act I, are all stupendous. Part III, Varna is exceptional! It shows more than YouTube did before it pulled the two parts. If I could see that kind of performance in the solos for "Don Q," Swan Lake," James in "Les Sylphide," and others, then there wouldn't be any solos for those available on stage or by anyone else in the world. Bujones talent was a "ONCE IN A GENERATION" thing. I am so sorry died so young, and will not be able to pass more of his talent along to ballet companies such as "The Orlando Ballet," which has gone straight down hills since, and to students is sad. This is a winner! Get it if you can! It's a treat that will make you almost still after it is finished!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago