This is a story from the Ballet Stories collection.
The magic of ballet is evoked in these enchanting stories presented with many musical excerpts from the works themselves. Jenny Agutter, who before turning to acting was a dancer, presents the stories of two French ballets - Giselle and Coppelia - and the three great ballets by Tchaikovsky, in engaging style.
These are tales of princes and princesses, of good fairies and bad witches, and, in Tchaikovsky's The Nutcracker, the brave soldier and Clara - but does it happen, or is it a dream?
And there is the music - the lovely melody from Swan Lake, The Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy and the waltzes and richly atmospheric passages painting, in sound, castles, forests, mists and lakes.
A perfect introduction to the ballet.
- Winner, Audio Publishers Association 2002 Audie Award, Children's Titles for Ages 0-7
"The lively text is rich with detail and imagery." (AudioFile)
Cosa pensano gli ascoltatori di Swan Lake
- Utente anonimo
this book was absolutely really good. i loved it.
i highly recommend this for kids for bedtime story nights. it put me to sleep in 30mins
A beautiful reading of a glorious, bittersweet story. Includes some of the music as well.