Choreographer: Aletta Collins
Lyricist: Norman Whitfield
Recording artist: Rose Royce Taraf de Haïdouks
Set designer: Simon Daw
Costume designer: Simon Daw
Lighting designer: Charles Balfour
World premiere: 23 May 2006, Rambert Dance Company, Sadler's Wells Theatre, London
Number of dancers: 16 dancers
Music title: A Stork Crosses the Danube, in the Company of a Raven (Perapaskero, 2001); Cintece de Jale (Perapaskero, 1998); Tambal Solo (Perapaskero, 1998); Geamparale (Perapaskero, 1994); I Wanna Get Next To You (Whitfield, 1976); bloom Bossa (Millett, 2006); Ana's Merengue (Millett, 2006); Campari (Millett, 2006)
Music details: Recorded music: the first four tracks listed here are from albums by Taraf de Haïdouks; the fifth track is Rose Royce's single from the 'Car Wash' movie soundtrack. Live music: Robert Millett's three pieces were played live by four musicians on stage
Music note: Rambert commissioned Robert Millett's three pieces for this work.
Sponsors: Supported by the Ashton/Bruce Commissioning Fund.
Source: Programme and reference file in the Rambert Archive
Archive catalogue: WORK/0442
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