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Nightingale (ballet)

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Nightingale (ballet)

Nightingale was a ballet composed in the Byelorussian SSR (now Belarus). Created in 1940, it was the first Belarusian ballet to be formed at the National Academic Bolshoi Ballet Theatre. Originally from a book written by Źmitrok Biadula, the ballet was choreographed by Aleksey Yermolayev and set to music by Mikhail Kroshner.

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