Choreografo Vytauto Brazdylio kūryba

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Document Type:
Straipsnis / Article
Lietuvių kalba / Lithuanian
Choreografo Vytauto Brazdylio kūryba
Alternative Title:
Work of choreographer Vytautas Brazdylis
In the Journal:
Menotyra. 2007, t. 14, Nr. 4, p. 56-68
Kultūros paveldas / Cultural heritage.
Summary / Abstract:

LTStraipsnyje apžvelgiama vyresniosios kartos choreografo Vytauto Brazdylio sukurti vaidmenys bei pastatymai Lietuvos valstybiniame akademiniame operos ir baleto teatre 1979-1989 m., taip pat jo spektakliai, pastatyti Nacionalinės M.K. Čiurlionio menų mokyklos Baleto skyriaus moksleiviams; įvertinami choreografo kūrybos stilistiniai principai, jo indėlis į originaliąją lietuvių choreografiją, aptariamos V. Brazdylio choreografinės kūrybos raidą lėmusios aplinkybės. [Iš leidinio]

ENThe article outlines the work of the choreographer of the older generation Vytautas Brazdylis, his characters and productions in the Lithuanian National Academie Opera and Ballet Theatre in the years 1979-1989, as well as his plays put on stage for the ballet students of the National M. K. Čiurlionis Art School. The chorographer's stylistic principles and his contribution to the development of the original Lithuanian choreography are evaluated. Vytautas Brazdylis' creative activities are characterized by a purposeful cultivation of ballet as a separate area of Lithuanian culture and a balanced attention to ballets classical values and forms of contemporary dance plays. His classical ballet productions exhibit great respect for Choreographic heritage and show an aim to add naturalism to the dance play and free it from hints of everyday life. From that aspect, the V. Brazdylis' most valuable play was L. Delibes "Coppelia", linked to both nurturing the values of Lithuanian ballet history and to creative interpretations of classical dance forms. New directional and Choreographic measures were used in V. Brazdylis' "Baltaragio malūnas", a production creatively blending classical Lithuanian literary plot elements with dynamic, appealing Choreographic forms that brought forth the artists' creative and improvisational skills. V. Brazdylis' active work as a choreographer ended when he was not successful at managing the load of administrative activities due to his position as the senior ballet master of the troupe, and his creative work plans. The constant stress of dealing with organizational and administrative issues of the troupe impaired the choreographers physical and creative potential. [From the publication]

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