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Filippo Taglioni (5 November 1777 – 11 February 1871) was an Italian choreographer of the 19th century. His greatest work was the ballet, La Sylphide. Most of his work has been lost. He taught his daughter, Marie Taglioni to dance. She became one of the greatest ballerinas in history.
Afternoon of a Faun • Ballet of the Nuns • Billy the Kid • Cinderella • Coppélia • Le Dieu Bleu • La Fille mal gardée • Filling Station • The Firebird • Giselle • Jeux • Napoli • Les noces • The Nutcracker • Paquita • Pas de Quatre • Petrushka • The Rite of Spring • Rodeo • Romeo and Juliet • The Sleeping Beauty • La Source • Le Spectre de la rose • Swan Lake • La Sylphide • Les Sylphides • Sylvia
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