Format Web Pages
Contributors Casadesus, Henri
Gris, Juan
Montéclair, Michel De
Nijinska, Bronislava
Dates 1924
Location Carlo
Monte Carlo
Théâtre De Monte
Subjects Article
Articles
Songs and Music
Title
Les Tentations de la Bergère, ou l'Amour Vainqueur (ballet in 1 act)
Contributor Names
Montéclair, Michel de (composer)
Casadesus, Henri (arranger)
Gris, Juan (set_designer)
Gris, Juan (costume_designer)
Gris, Juan (curtain_designer)
Nijinska, Bronislava (choreographer)
Created / Published
Théâtre de Monte-Carlo, Monte Carlo, 3 January 1924.
Subject Headings
-  articles
-  songs and music
Genre
article
Other Formats
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Music by Michel de Montéclair, arranged and orchestrated by Henri Casadesus; sets, costumes, and curtain by Juan Gris; choreography by Bronislava Nijinska; premiere on 3 January 1924, Théâtre de Monte-Carlo, Monte Carlo. Unlike similar ballets, produced by Diaghilev that used commissioned scores, the composer for this ballet lived between 1667 and 1737.

Les Tentations de la Bergère and Les Fâcheux were two works produced by the Ballets Russes during the 1920s that focused on themes related to eighteenth-century France. These productions were rooted in France’s post-World War I fascination with bygone monarchies and court life.