La fille du Danube
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La fille du Danube (The Daughter of the Danube) is a ballet in two acts and four scenes. Choreography by Filippo Taglioni. Music by Adolphe Adam. Premiered September 21, 1836, by the Ballet of the Académie Royale de Musique, Paris.
- Revival by Marie Taglioni and Filippo Taglioni, premiered January 29, 1838 at the St. Petersburg Imperial Bolshoi Kammeny Theatre for the Imperial Ballet, St. Petersburg, Russia.
- Revival by Marius Petipa with musical additions and revisions by Léon Minkus. Premiered February 24, 1880 at the St. Petersburg Imperial Bolshoi Kammeny Theatre by the Imperial Ballet.
- In 1999, the ballet master Paul Chalmers revived Taglioni's original version of this ballet for the Verona Ballet of Verona, Italy.