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    Stunning interpretive dance

    Maurice-Jean Berger masterpiece work of choreography

    Ravel decided to write a piece based on the musical form and Spanish dance called bolero. Ravel went to the piano and played a melody with one finger to his friend Gustave Samazeuh, saying "Don't you think this theme has an insistent quality? I'm going to try and repeat it a number of times without any development, gradually increasing the orchestra as best I can."

    The dance features a dancer on a tabletop, surrounded by seated men, who slowly participate in the dance, culminating in a climactic union of the dancers atop the table.

    Maya Plisetskaya was former prima ballerina of the Bolshoi.

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    Jorge Donn was an Argentine internationally known ballet dancer. He was best known for his work with the Maurice Béjart

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    Well I`ll be damned... Zappa doing a cover of Ravel`s Bolero??? Hahaha! The guy is incredible.. thanks for the info YogaFace
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