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Dance in revolution

Title
Dance in revolution [electronic resource] / [presented by] the New York Baroque Dance Company and Concert Royal.
Publication
c1989.

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Additional Authors
Description
2 streaming video files (NTSC) (80 min.) : sd., col.
Alternative Title
Jerome Robbins Archive of the Recorded Moving Image Original Documentation.
Subjects
Genre/Form
  • Dance.
  • Video.
Note
  • Recording made possible by the New York Baroque Dance Company and the Jerome Robbins Archive of the Recorded Moving Image of the Dance Collection of The New York Public Library.
Access (note)
  • Patrons can access streaming video files only at the Library for the Performing Arts.
Credits (note)
  • Choreography/reconstruction, Catherine Turocy and Elizabeth Aldrich (guest choreographer) ; costumes (pre-1790), Marie Anne Chiment and Marilyn [listed on frame as Marie] Skow ; costumes (1790's) loaned by the Court Dance Company.
Performer (note)
  • Danced by the New York Baroque Dance Company: Catherine Turocy (artistic director), Thomas Baird, Patricia Beaman, Miriam Cooper, Elizabeth DuVal, Diane Epstein, Carlos Fittante, Luisa Meshekoff, Hugh Murphy, and Todd Putnam.
  • Music performed by Concert Royal: James Richman (harpsichord, artistic director), Diane Bruce (Baroque violin), Carla Moore (Baroque violin), David Cerutti (Baroque viola), and Christine Gummere (Baroque cello).
  • Narrators: Catherine Turocy and Elizabeth Aldrich.
Event (note)
  • Videotaped in performance at the Bruno Walter Auditorium, New York Public Library at Lincoln Center, on March 3, 1989, by Carol Ruthberg; camera, Richard Conners.
Funding (note)
  • Recorded with the assistance of grants from New York State Council for the Arts and the National Endowment for the Arts.
Contents
  • Reel 1. Ballroom dances from the first quarter of the 18th century: Minuet / choreography, Pierre Rameau ; music, Handel (from the opera Alcina) ; danced by Luisa Meshekoff and Hugh Murphy.
  • The Richmond (hornpipe) / choreography, Mr. Isaac ; danced by Diane Epstein and Thomas Baird.
  • Gasconne (contredanse) / choreography, Feuillet ; danced by Miriam Cooper, Elizabeth DuVal, Diane Epstein, Luisa Meshekoff, Thomas Baird, Carlos Fittante, Hugh Murphy, and Todd Putnam.
  • Theatrical dances from the first half of the 18th century: Chaconne de Phaéton / choreography, Louis Pécourt ; music, Lully (from the opera Phaéton) ; danced by Miriam Cooper.
  • Entrée d'Apollon / music, Lully (from Le triomphe de l'amour) ; danced by Thomas Baird.
  • Chaconne de Galathée / choreography, L'Abbé ; music, Lully (from the opera Acis et Galathée) ; danced by Luisa Meshekoff and Hugh Murphy.
  • Excerpt from the ballet Le peintre amoureux de son modèle / music, Ferrere ; danced by Thomas Baird (the painter), Catherine Turocy (his wife), Miriam Cooper (the model), and Diane Epstein (servant).
  • Reel 2. Ballroom dances of the 1790's: Le menuet / danced by Patricia Beaman and Hugh Murphy.
  • La valse / danced by Miriam Cooper and Hugh Murphy.
  • La nouvelle rose / danced by Patricia Beaman, Catherine Turocy, Thomas Baird, and Hugh Murphy.
  • L'union [and] La belle Iris / danced by Patricia Beaman, Miriam Cooper, Elizabeth DuVal, Catherine Turocy, Thomas Baird, Carlos Fittante, Hugh Murphy, and Todd Putnam.
  • Presentational dances of the last quarter of the 18th century: The sailor's hornpipe / danced by Thomas Baird.
  • The Scottish reel / danced by Patricia Beaman, Miriam Cooper, Elizabeth DuVal, Catherine Turocy, Thomas Baird, Carlos Fittante, Hugh Murphy, and Todd Putnam.
Call Number
*MGZIDF 2194
Title
Dance in revolution [electronic resource] / [presented by] the New York Baroque Dance Company and Concert Royal.
Imprint
c1989.
Country of Producing Entity
U.S.
Performer
Danced by the New York Baroque Dance Company: Catherine Turocy (artistic director), Thomas Baird, Patricia Beaman, Miriam Cooper, Elizabeth DuVal, Diane Epstein, Carlos Fittante, Luisa Meshekoff, Hugh Murphy, and Todd Putnam.
Music performed by Concert Royal: James Richman (harpsichord, artistic director), Diane Bruce (Baroque violin), Carla Moore (Baroque violin), David Cerutti (Baroque viola), and Christine Gummere (Baroque cello).
Narrators: Catherine Turocy and Elizabeth Aldrich.
Credits
Choreography/reconstruction, Catherine Turocy and Elizabeth Aldrich (guest choreographer) ; costumes (pre-1790), Marie Anne Chiment and Marilyn [listed on frame as Marie] Skow ; costumes (1790's) loaned by the Court Dance Company.
Event
Videotaped in performance at the Bruno Walter Auditorium, New York Public Library at Lincoln Center, on March 3, 1989, by Carol Ruthberg; camera, Richard Conners.
Summary
Lecture-demonstration on social and theatrical dances of the 18th century.
Funding
Recorded with the assistance of grants from New York State Council for the Arts and the National Endowment for the Arts.
Restricted Access
Patrons can access streaming video files only at the Library for the Performing Arts.
Local Note
Former call number: *MGZIC 9-1895.
Connect to:
Local Subject
Contredanses.
Reels and strathspeys.
Baroque dancing.
Social dancing -- 18th century.
Television. Dance in revolution.
Opera ballet. Le peintre amoureux de son modèle.
Choreography -- Reconstruction.
Added Author
Turocy, Catherine, choreographer.
Turocy, Catherine. Restager
Turocy, Catherine. Narrator
Turocy, Catherine, dancer.
Aldrich, Elizabeth, 1947- choreographer. Narrator
Baird, Thomas (Dancer), dancer.
Beaman, Patricia, dancer.
Cooper, Miriam, dancer.
DuVal, Elizabeth, dancer.
Epstein, Diane, dancer.
Fittante, Carlos, dancer.
Meshekoff, Luisa, dancer.
Murphy, Hugh, dancer.
Putnam, Todd, dancer.
Richman, James. Conductor. Instrumentalist
Chiment, Marie Anne. Costume designer
Skow, Marilyn. Costume designer
Isaac, Mr, choreographer.
Feuillet, Raoul-Auger, 1659 or 1660-1710, choreographer.
Lully, Jean-Baptiste, 1632-1687. Composer
Pécourt, Guillaume Louis, 1653-1729, choreographer.
Labbé, Mr. (Anthony), choreographer.
New York Baroque Dance Company.
Concert Royal (Musical group : U.S.)
New York Public Library. Dance Collection.
DHCA.
Added Title
Jerome Robbins Archive of the Recorded Moving Image Original Documentation.
Research Call Number
*MGZIDF 2194
*MGZIC 9-1895 (former)
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