Plisetskaya stipulated in the will, the terms of his burial
The famous dancer Maya Plisetskaya, who died in Germany of a heart attack, obmolvilas in a will of its own conditions of burial. In the document that the couple Plisetskaya and Shchedrin made jointly, they are asked to mix their remains after death and to sprinkle over Russia.
For a long time before his death Plisetskaya together with her husband they made a will in which he wrote: "our Bodies after death to burn, and when the sad hour of death, those of us who have lived longer, or, in the case of our simultaneous death, both of our ashes to combine and scatter over Russia".
The last will of the dancer and the composer was announced by General Director of the Bolshoi theatre Vladimir urin. According to the Urine, this part of the will familiarized himself Rodion Shchedrin, reports RIA Novosti. Previously the CEO of a Large talked about the fact that the spouse dancers Rodion Shchedrin is in deep emotional shock. "Because with him at the moment is very hard to discuss matters of ritual, but Plisetskaya will certainly be buried in Russia, that's for sure," concluded urin.
The famous dancer died in Germany at the age of 89 after a heart attack. The doctors fought for the life of the celebrated dancer, but have not been able to do. In recent years, the dancer lived mainly in Munich, Germany, sometimes together with her husband came to Moscow and St Petersburg. Maya Plisetskaya danced virtually 60 years. And almost 50 of them - at the Bolshoi theatre, the troupe which was adopted in 1943, immediately after graduating from the Moscow dance school.
The most known are executed Plisetskaya as Odette-Odile in Swan lake, Aurora in the Sleeping beauty, the Mistress of copper mountain "Stone flower" and Carmen in "Carmen-Suite". This one-act ballet choreographer Alberto Alonso, based on the set of the Opera "Carmen" by Georges Bizet (1875), was orchestrated especially for this production by composer Rodion Shchedrin.