Other Revivals

Satanella – Ballet pantomime in three acts
Revival of Joseph Mazilier’s Le Diable amoureux (1840)
Music by Napoléon Henri Reber and François Benoist, later adapted and revised by Cesare Pugni
World Première of Petipa’s revival: 22nd February [O.S. 10th February] 1848, Imperial Bolshoi Kamenny Theatre, St Petersburg
Original 1848 cast: Yelena Andreyanova as Satanella and Marius Petipa as Count Fabio
Première of Petipa’s second revival: 30th October [O.S. 18th October] 1866, Imperial Bolshoi Kamenny Theatre
Original 1866 cast: Praskovia Lebedeva as Satanella and Lev Ivanov as Count Fabio
Première of Petipa’s final revival: 7th May [O.S. 25th April] 1868, Imperial Bolshoi Kamenny Theatre
Original 1866 cast: Lyubov Roslavleva as Satanella

Lydia, ou la Laitière Suisse – Demi-Caractère ballet in two acts
Revival of Filippo Taglioni’s Leda, the Swiss Milkmaid (1821)
Music by Adalbert Gyrowetz, adapted and revised by Cesare Pugni
World Première of Petipa’s revival: 20th December [O.S. 8th December] 1849, Imperial Bolshoi Kamenny Theatre
Original 1849 cast: Fanny Elssler as Lydia

Faust – Ballet in three acts
Revival of Jules Perrot’s Faust (1848)
Music by Giacomo Panizza, Michael Andrew Costa and Niccolò Bajetti, adapted and revised by Cesare Pugni
World Première of Petipa’s revival: 14th November [O.S. 2nd November] 1867, Imperial Bolshoi Kamenny Theatre
Original 1867 cast: Maria Surovshchikova-Petipa as Marguerite and Timofei Stukolkin as Mephistophelis

La Fille du Bandit – Ballet in three acts
Revival of Jules Perrot’s Catarina (1846)
Music by Cesare Pugni, adapted and revised by Yuli Gerber
World Première of Petipa’s revival: 13th November [O.S. 1st November] 1870, Imperial Bolshoi Kamenny Theatre
Original 1870 cast: Adèle Grantzow as Catarina and Pavel Gerdt as Lieutenant Diavolino

La Péri – Ballet fantastique in two acts
Revival of Jean Coralli’s La Péri (1843)
Music by Friedrich Burgmüller
World Première of Petipa’s revival: 28th January [O.S. 16th January] 1872
Original 1872 cast: Marfa Muravieva

Le Papillon – Ballet fantastique in four acts
Revival of Marie Taglioni’s Le Papillon (1860)
Music by Jacques Offenbach and Ludwig Minkus
World Première of Petipa’s revival: January 1874, Imperial Bolshoi Kamenny Theatre
Original 1874 cast: Ekaterina Vazem as Farfalla, Lev Ivanov as Prince Djalma, Matilda Madaeva as the Fairy Hamza and Lyubov Radina as the Diamond Fairy

La Fille du Danube – Ballet in three acts
Revival of Filippo Taglioni’s La Fille du Danube (1836)
Music by Adolphe Adam and Ludwig Minkus
World Première of Petipa’s revival: 24th February 1880, Imperial Bolshoi Kamenny Theatre
Original 1880 cast: Ekaterina Vazem as the Daughter of the Danube and Pavel Gerdt as Rudolph

La Vivandière, or Markitenka – Ballet in one act
Revival of Arthur Saint-Léon and Fanny Cerrito’s La Vivandière (1844)
Music by Cesare Pugni
World Première of Petipa’s revival: 20th October [O.S. 8th October] 1881, Imperial Bolshoi Kamenny Theatre

Pâquerette – Ballet in four acts
Revival of Arthur Saint-Léon’s Pâquerette (1851)
Music by François Benoist, adapted and revised by Ludwig Minkus
World Première of Petipa’s revival: 22nd January [O.S. 10th January] 1882, Imperial Bolshoi Kamenny TheatreOriginal 1882 cast: Eugenia Sokolova as Pâquerette and Pavel Gerdt as François

La femme capricieuse – Ballet in four acts
Revival of Joseph Mazilier’s Le diable à quatre (1845)
Music by Adolphe Adam, adapted and revised by Cesare Pugni
World Première of Petipa’s revival: 4th February [O.S. 23rd January] 1885, Imperial Bolshoi Kamenny Theatre
Original 1885 cast: Eugenia Sokolova as Countess Berta, Maria Gorshenkova as the Basket Maker’s wife and Pavel Gerdt as Count Polinski

Fiametta – Ballet in four acts
Revival of Arthur Saint-Léon’s Fiametta, or Néméa (1863)
Music by Ludwig Minkus
World Première of Petipa’s revival: 18th December [O.S. 6th December] 1887, Imperial Mariinsky Theatre, St Petersburg
Original 1887 cast: Elena Cornalba as Fiametta, Pavel Gerdt as Count Fiedrich and Alexander Shiryaev as Cupid

La Sylphide – Romantic ballet in two acts
Revival of Filippo Taglioni’s La Sylphide (1832)
Music by Jean-Madeleine Schneitzhoeffer, adapted and revisied by Riccardo Drigo
World Première of Petipa’s revival: 22nd January [O.S. 10th January] 1892, Imperial Mariinsky Theatre
Original 1892 cast: Varvara Nikitina as the Sylph