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Boil the water with the oil until it boils and then add the flour and turn off the heat, let it cool a bit and then add the eggs one by one, stirring well. Then heat the oven. lined with baking paper If you put with a spoon for a great mayo effect you can draw stripes with the teeth of a fork. large, then leave the fire to medium to low until the donuts are browned.

When they are ready and have cooled a little, cut them in half and fill them with the whipped cream mixture with vanilla and coconut. For wings, use either 2 smaller donuts or cut in half a donut. through a strainer. the neck is stuck in whipped cream or in vanilla cream with which you fill the donuts. Great appetite! united as in a heart.


Swan Lake

World premiere: February 20, 1877, Bolshoi Theater, Moscow (choreographed by Iulius Reisinger) January 15, 1895, Mariinsky Theater, St. Petersburg (choreographed by Marius Petipa and Lev Ivanov)

In the distance, on a rock, rise the ruins of a castle. At the foot of the cliff lies a green meadow, where Princess Odette picks flowers. Seeing a rare flower high above the ruins, the girl hurries to pick it up. At that moment, Rothbart, the evil genius, suddenly appears, who embraces her with his wings and turns her into a swan.

Swan Lake, Mariinsky Theater

There is a party in the castle park. Prince Siegfried, surrounded by friends, celebrates his coming of age. In the middle of the party, the mother princess appears, announcing to her son that the time has come to get married. She reminds him that at the prom ready for the next day, he will have to choose a fiancée.

Swan Lake, Bolshoi Theater

After the princess leaves, the young people spend more time under the indulgent gaze of Siegfried's old teacher. In the evenings, the party continues in the castle, and the prince, wanting to be alone for a moment, promises the guests that he will join them soon. Thoughtfully, Siegfried stops by the lake at the edge of the garden, while the teacher stays with the jester a few steps behind. In the distance, on the other side of the lake, you can see the rock on which are the ruins of the castle.

Swan Lake, Mariinsky Theater

The prince's thoughts are interrupted by the appearance of a flock of swans flying. Siegfried sees them descending the lake, floating towards the rock covered with ruins. The prince asks the jester for his crossbow and goes to the other side of the lake.

ACT II

Svetlana Zaharova (Odette) and Aleksandr Volchkov (Siegfried), Bolshoi Theater

In the middle of the night, on the moonlit lake, a flock of swans floats near the ruins of Rothbart's castle. When he reached the shore, the swans took on a human appearance, chaining themselves in a graceful dance.

Prince Siegfried, who wanted to aim at the most beautiful of the swans, stops, amazed by the transformation of the bird into a virgin. The girls surround him, revealing their secret to him: Rothbart, the evil genius, has turned them into swans, and only at night, near these ruins, can they regain their human appearance.

Ulyana Lopatkina (Odette), Mariinsky Theater

Left alone with Odette, the beautiful swan girl, Siegfried tells her that she is ready to go to battle against the evil genius to save them. But Odette warns him, sadly, that this is not the way to cast Rothbart's spells. Their release could only come through a young man who did not know love and who will make his first vow of love to one of them.

Alina Somova (Odette) and Evghenii Ivanchenko (Siegfried)

Rothbart intervenes and drives Siegfried away. The girls return, sadly resuming their dance. But after Rothbart leaves, Siegfried reappears, swearing in Odetta's faith and inviting her to the prom the next day to present her as his fiancée. It's dawn. The girls part painfully from Siegfried, turning into swans again. The prince leaves, followed by the looks and mocking laughter of the evil genius.

ACT III

Ulyana Lopatkina (Odilia), Mariinsky Theater

Guests invited to the ball arrive in the great hall of the castle. Among them are the girls from whom Siegfried will have to choose his fiancée. Dreaming of Odetta's charming appearance, to which he is increasingly attracted, the prince remains indifferent to everything that happens around him. The beautiful girls presented to him fail to arouse his interest and make him make a decision.

Suddenly, Rothbart appears, accompanied by his daughter, Odilia, who looks like two drops of water with Odette, but is dressed in black. Relying on this resemblance, the evil genius hopes that Odilia will conquer Siegfried and snatch his declaration of love, thus making him break his oath to Odette.

Svetlana Zaharova (Odilia) and Roberto Bolle (Siegfried), La Scala Theater in Milan

Indeed, deceived by appearances, Siegfried tells his mother that he is determined to marry Rothbart's daughter, believing that she is Odette. Attracted in the race by the cunning of the evil genius, the prince breaks his oath made to Odetta, who, because of this, will perish with her friends. With a mocking laugh, Rothbart shows Odette in the distance as a swan fluttering its wings in despair and disappears with Odilia.

Swan Lake, Mariinsky Theater

ACT IV

On the shore of the lake, in the darkness of the night, the evil genius follows the swans floating on the lake. As he approaches the shore, Rothbart turns them into virgins and looks for Odette among them. Her absence angers him. Rothbart threatens the frightened swan girls with death.

Swan Lake, overall scene

Odette arrives, who saw from afar what happened at the castle. She tells her friends about Siegfried's betrayal. Now, any hope of being saved is lost. Siegfried also appears, explaining what happened to them, but nothing persuades the girls, who leave him. Only Odette, whose love for the prince is boundless, returns to him and forgives him.

Ulyana Lopatkina (Odette) and Evghenii Ivanchenko (Siegfried), Mariinsky Theater

Angrily, Rothbart tries to separate them. He calls on the forces of nature to destroy them. A raging storm breaks out, but nothing can separate the two young men. Their love defeats the power of evil genius, and Rothbart perishes with the darkness of night.

Swan Lake, Mariinsky Theater

The spell was scattered. At dawn, the swans resume their human face. The first rays of the sun crown the happiness of Odetta and Siegfried.


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Sepp - Swan Dance [Kiria Records]

The first pressing brought forward by Kiria Records delivers two fresh cuts signed by local artist Teo Bajdechi aka Sepp, a well-established figure in the international electronic dance music scene. Titled "Swan Dance", the 12 ”provides a balanced sound, with Side A going for a deeper rhythm while Side B reveals an uncanny electric discharge of frequencies.

Sepp stands out as one of the most influential Romanian artists when it comes to the modern aspects of house and techno music, being active as a DJ, producer, label owner and promoter of good vibes for more than seven years. His extensive discographic history includes collaborations with LOK Records, An | dromeda, BP Mind Series, Bleu Ciel, Ada Kaleh Romania, Curtea Veche, Pleasure Zone, Acmé, Rawax and many others. Aside from this, he co-owns Uvar alongside Nu Zau and manages Catren, Pelerin, Lied and several other projects, while also dropping wicked tunes under his Brind moniker, from time to time. When it comes to mixing, we all know the energy he packs, with his name present on major line-ups at numerous parties and festivals all around the world.

On Side A we find "In a Smooth Rhythm", a laid-back, melancholic statement, centered around classic percussion and overlapping harmonics. The textures evolve with warm tones to display, while spacious moments reveal intricate micropatterns and glitched sounds that swirl into complex algorithms, settling for a solid groover overall.

Side B, on the other hand, unleashes a furious dancefloor shaker in the form of "In a Jovial Evening", an engaging cut designed with strong electro influences, grungy effects and untamed variations. The drumming is intense and harsh, making this piece perfect for peak-time vibrant selections.

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Artist: Sepp
Title: Swan Dance
Label: Kiria Records
How. number: KIRIA001
Release date: 13.11.2019
Format: Vinyl-only

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The ballet libretto (in 4 acts) is one of the best known and was first staged in 1877 in Moscow at the famous Bolshoi Theater, choreographed by Julius Reisinger, inspired by an old Russian legend (according to others, a German legend, judging by the names of the main characters: Siegfried, Odette - Odillia, Rotbart, etc.) and corresponded to the claims of the Russian composer. Paradoxically, it was not very well received at the time. However, on January 15, 1895, with a new choreography by Marius Petipa and Lev Ivanov, he had enormous success at the Mariinsky Theater in St. Petersburg. Marius Petipa dealt with the first and third acts (from the castle), and Lev Ivanov with the second and last act (the acts from the lake). In the meantime, the text has been transcribed and modified several times, so that some versions have a different ending from the original.

The legend of princesses transformed into swans by an evil wizard, in which his spell can be shattered only by the love of a prince, can be found in the tales of many peoples.

Act I Amendment

In the prologue we learn about the transformation of a princess into a swan, cursed by the evil genius, Rotbart. A party follows at the coming of age of Prince Siegfried, whose mother proposes that he choose a bride the next day. The dances do not cheer him up, he rather goes alone to the lake shore in the castle park, from where the ruins of an old palace can be seen in the distance. Thoughts are interrupted by the flight of a flock of swans that stops by the lake, near the ruins. Eager to hunt them, the prince takes the crossbow and runs through the forest.

Act II Amendment

When she reached the shore, the swan turned into a princess just as Siegfried wanted to target the most beautiful. The swans surround him, and the most beautiful of them, Odetta, reveals their curse to him. Siegfried is determined to fight to destroy the evil genius, Rotbart, but Odetta warns him that he cannot unleash the curse by fighting, but by an oath of love. Siegfried swore his love.

Act III Amendment

In the hall of honor of the palace are presented to Siegfried several young possible brides. He refuses them and is conquered by a strange couple who enter unannounced, recognizing in the features of the girl (actually Rotbart's daughter) Odilia. He agrees to marry her, breaking his oath.

Act IV Amendment

Betrayed, the swan-princess is condemned to prolong the curse. Siegfried comes, acknowledging his mistake and begging for forgiveness. The love of the two is stronger than Rotbart. The curse dissipates at the first rays of the dawn.

The premiere took place at Balșoi Theater (Great Theater) in Moscow on March 4 (February 20 old style) 1877, with Semen Riabov as conductor and in the choreography of Julius Reisinger. Unfortunately, the audience of the time was not used to the "symphonic" style of ballet music, so they did not understand the richness of the score. To this was added the mediocre choreography of Julius Reisigner, which made the first performances a real failure.

After the composer's death, at the request of the management of the Mariinsky Theater in St. Petersburg, Marius Petipa and Lev Ivanov changed the choreography of the ballet, and the director of the Mariinsky Theater, Riccardo Drigo, made several changes to the score. In the new form, the ballet premiered on January 15, 1895. It was a well-deserved success. Although there have been other versions, it is currently represented.


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