July 25, 2019


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“The Procession of Bacchus” is from a charming, but rarely-performed ballet by French composer Léo Delibes. He rose to significant fame with his second ballet, “Coppélia”, but it was this, his third ballet, that grabbed the attention of Tchaikovsky who said of it, “What elegance, what richness of melody, rhythm, and harmony.” What is the title of this classic French ballet by Delibes?