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La fille du Danube

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La fille du Danube

La fille du Danube (The Daughter of the Danube) is a ballet in two acts and four scenes, choreographed by Filippo Taglioni to music by Adolphe Adam, and premiered on 21 September 1836 by the ballet of the Académie Royale de Musique, Paris.



  1. ^ In 1999, the ballet master Paul Chalmers revived Taglioni's original version of this ballet for the Verona Ballet of Verona, Italy.
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