Phono Cinéma Theater
|Col. sound||Brush Silent|
GAVOTTE by Cléo de MéRODE
First distribution : 1900
Shooting : 1900
This film belongs to the PHONO CINEMA THEATRE programme that proposed during the Universal Exhibition of Paris in 1900, synchronized screenings of films and recorded voices of famous actors and singers.
Extract from "DANSES DE JADIS ET NAGUERE" a potpourri of dances on musics composed by 28 composers from RAMEAU to WORMSER created on November 11th 1900 at the Théâtre du Trocadéro by the Ballet of the Opera.
In front of a backdrop representing a forest and between classical columns on the set , Cléo de MéRODE is dressed in a white empire style dress with puff sleaves and a pink ribbon underlining her high waist and dances with grace.
INT : Cléo DE MERODE