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Ballet Story: Napoli

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Hello Brieanna, welcome to Ballet Talk for Dancers :)


The stories of the ballets are easy to find in the anthology books, like The Complete Book of Ballets, by Beaumont, or Balanchines' Stories of the Great Ballets. Napoli would also be available in any books you can find on Bournonville or The Royal Danish Ballet.


I know you are new here, so I would like to ask you to please spend some time reading some of the topics, especially the "Sticky" topics at the top of each forum. These explain how things work on Ballet Talk. One of the things we do is write out words, and not use abbreviations, like "u", for instance. We have over 7,500 members world wide, and many of them speak English as a second language.

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Well, let's say there is a wedding scene in the ballet. You probably learned two of the variations from that scene. That does not mean the whole ballet takes place at a wedding. It's a long, full length ballet. You need to read the whole synopsis.

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