She studies in Coulon at the Paris Opera where her father thought she was unfit for her debut by him in Vienna. Before her first appearance in 1822, he coached her vigorously for almost six hours a day. Through her hard work and dedication to ballet, she bedazzled the audience as she posed as a poetic, graceful dancer. From 1827, she danced at the Opera where she performed in such works as La Sylphide, which was choreographed by her father and the Ballet of the Nuns in Robert le Diable.
Through supernatural ballets, she excelled but she was also able to incorporate her own sense of style in such roles as Gitana. In 1832, she married Comte de Voisins and later divorced him. She had an illegitimate child but her lover died during the height of her career. Throughout the years, she was greatly idealized along with her rival Fanny Elssler. In London, she appeared in the great Pas de Quatre in 1845.
In 1832, her Father created LA SYLPHIDE for Marie. She was partnered by Joseph Mazilier. This ballet helped propel Fillipo's and Marie's careers throughout the world. The costume she wore was designed by Eugene Lamy and is still considered the model for a Ballet Blanc. The costume was a tight fitted bodice which left the neck and shoulders bare. The mid-calf length bell-shaped skirt was made of tulle, which gave it a cloud-like appearance. She wore pink tights and pink shoes. She made her debut in London in 1847. In Germany she was the most famous ballerina, dancing in ballets choreographed by her father. Johann Strauss composed the TAGLIONI POLKA for her, using music from her ballets.
Taglioni would travel many places such as Europe in 1847 and in Germany where she was the most famous ballerina. Johann Strauss composed the Taglioni Polka for her, using music from her ballets. But the place which most appreciated her was Russia. Marie Taglioni arrived in Russia in 1837 as the Russians impatiently awaited her arrival. For her ballet tour, she first appeared in La Sylphide at the Bolshoi Theatre in St. Petersburg. Following La Sylphide, she performed in such works as La Fille du Danube, L'Ombre, L'Ecuneur de Mers, and Gerta-the Queen of the Elfrides.
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