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Is the music actually in "Swine Lake" actually from Swan Lake? And, if so, does anyone know which part it is? There's a list on the wikipedia page of all the music/dance sequences, and it would be great if we could be more specific. -- Peter (talk) 19:53, 11 September 2006 (UTC)
- Some of it is, but I have to go through it again to verify. I'll get to it. — Scott (talk) 22:32, 26 September 2006 (UTC)
- All of the music is from Act II of Swan Lake, though is is thoroughly edited and rescored. Nureyev's solo dance is the famous Scène music (No. 10), the Ballerina Pig's entrance is Variation IV from Danses des cygnes (No. 13) and the final duet is from that same number in the ballet, the Pas d'action which follows Variation IV (the Andante non troppo and Allegro sections, heavily edited). I hope this helps, and sorry it took 5 years to get an answer! SideBottom81 22:54, December 10, 2011 (UTC)