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Dance on: Liljan Espenak [electronic resource]

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Norwegian-born Liljan Espenak, a pioneer in dance therapy, recalls her dance training with Mary Wigman in Germany, where she observed the therapeutic effects of Rudolf von Laban's movement choirs. Her work as a dance teacher in the U.S. formed the basis of her research in dance therapy, which she supplemented with studies in psychotherapy under Alfred Adler.
DVDOnline
2000; 1983
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Dance on: Indrani [electronic resource]

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In this program, Indrani discusses the history of Indian classical dance. She explains how Indian dance evolved during the British rule of India. She reminisces about her own early career and the career of her mother, Ragini Devi. Indrani also explains her teaching techniques and her notation system.
DVDOnline
1984
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Dance on: Martha Myers [electronic resource]

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Dancer, choreographer, and educator Martha Myers recalls the pioneering days of dance in television, when she and Jac Venza created the series A time to dance, a precursor of Dance in America. She discusses her interest in the study of anatomy, kinesiology, and injury prevention for dancers, and notes the current growth of this field, citing as examples points made by Sally Fitt. Speaking from many year̤s of involvement in the American Dance Festival, she traces a little of its history and describes some of its current activities, among them international exchanges of performers, teachers, and choreographers; the black tradition project, which aims to preserve the works of black choreographers; and workshops in a variety of body therapy techniques.
DVDOnline
1990
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Dance on: Vernon Fuquay [electronic resource]

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"Vernon Fuquay was a primary founder of the Dancers' Group in San Francisco. In this interview, Fuquay discusses the business of dance and the costs of producing dance from rehearsal, to advertising and promotion, to performance."--Insight Media website.
DVDOnline
1986
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Swan Lake [electronic resource]

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DVDOnline
1988
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Dark [electronic resource]

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Studio recording of a ballet by Carolyn Carlson, danced by a company of 8 dancers (including Carlson), with music by Joachim Kühn performed on a digitally modified piano.
DVDOnline
2009; 1989
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Dance on: Alvin Ailey [electronic resource]

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Alvin Ailey discusses his organization, Dance Theater Foundation (which includes the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater, Alvin Ailey Dance Center School, and Alvin Ailey Repertory Ensemble) and the constant fund raising; his early career and Lester Horton's great influence upon him; coming to New York in 1954 to appear in House of Flowers; company tours, including one to Russia; American dance influences world-wide and the roots of jazz.
DVDOnline
1984
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Dance on: Germaine Acogny [electronic resource]

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Dancer and choreographer Germaine Acogny talks about her school of African modern dance, created by combining traditional Senegalese dance with her classical and modern dance training in France.
DVDOnline
2008; 1992
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Dance on: José Greco [electronic resource]

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Interviewed on the opening night of his company's engagement in Austin, Texas, legendary Spanish dancer José Greco describes the characteristic qualities of flamenco dancing, then reminisces about his long career. He recalls his association with La Argentinita, with whom he toured the U.S. in the 1940s, the formation of his own company in Spain, and his return to the U.S., where he performed on stage, in television, and in films until his retirement as a performer in 1974. In 1984 he recreated his company as a showcase for his son José Greco II and two daughters. Current activities include teaching at Franklin and Marshall College in Lancaster, Pa., and plans, funded by the National Endowment of the Arts, to revive and notate his dance works Dance of the Horsemen (with Billie Mahoney [...]
DVDOnline
1994
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Dance on: Remy Charlip [electronic resource]

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In this program, Billie Mahoney interviews dancer, choreographer, painter, playwright, author, and Alexander technique instructor Remy Charlip. Charlip discusses his work as a dancer with the Merce Cunningham Dance Company and his role as co-founder and director of the Paper Bag Players.
DVDOnline
1986
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Dance on: Ruth Solomon [electronic resource]

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Ruth Solomon, now based at the University of California in Santa Cruz, discusses aspects of her work in anatomy and dance medicine, which have led to the making of the videotape Anatomy as a master image in training dancers. She recalls her experiences as a member of Jean Erdman's company and her involvement, with Erdman, in founding the School of the Arts at New York University. Her research into dance medicine, begun during her performing career, has included studies on dance injuries in relation to various modern dance techniques, and on foot morphology.
DVDOnline
2000; 1990
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Dance on: Susan McKenna [electronic resource]

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Features Susan McKenna, a dance therapist who works with adolescent psychiatric patients at the Langeley Porter Institute at the University of California.
DVDOnline
1986
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Dance on: What Life Gives You [electronic resource]

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Billie Mahoney hosts. The program features clips of interviews with dancers who describe how they overcame obstacles of disease and disability to pursue or continue their dance careers.
DVDOnline
2003
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Spirit of Dance: Dance in College [electronic resource]

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Yasuko Tokunaga, artistic director of the dance division of Boston Conservatory of Music, and Gretchen Ward Warren, professor of dance at the University of South Florida in Tampa, discuss the dance programs at their respective institutions: curricula, degree programs, students, auditions and entrance requirements, and their graduates' achievements. They also offer advice to dancers debating the choice of college or professional career. A student's point of view is provided by Libby Stackhouse. Warren and Tokunaga also describe their dance backgrounds and the paths that led to their present positions ; Warren also talks about her two books, Classical ballet technique (1989) and The art of teaching ballet (1996). Video excerpts depict students of Boston Conservatory of Music in Michel [...]
DVDOnline
1998
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The Spirit of Dance: Ethnic Dance Arts [electronic resource]

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In separate interviews Martha Carr and Malena del Mar, former members of La Meri's dance company, discuss her work on Cape Cod, where she ended her career, and talk about their desire to preserve her choreography. With this purpose they have co-founded their own dance company, named Ethnic Dance Arts after La Meri's company. Carr and Del Mar are seen in video clips of dances from Tahiti, Hawaii and India ; Del Mar is also seen in a flamenco dance. Carr, in the studio, discusses some distinguishing characteristics of ethnic dance forms (hand gestures, use of the face and eyes, storytelling function) and displays dance costumes and implements from Hawaii, Tahiti, Java, and India.
DVDOnline
2004; 1996
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The Dutch National Ballet [electronic resource]

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Contains performances by the Dutch National Ballet and an interview with choreographer Hans van Manen.
DVDOnline
2000; 2004