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- 2 streaming video files (NTSC) (79 min.) : sd., col.
- Unedited footage recorded in southwestern Virginia by Appalshop, Whitesburg, Kentucky, for the videodocumentary Interweaving patterns (later retitled Step back Cindy), sponsored by the Virginia Commission for the Arts and the Virginia Foundation for the Humanities. Directors: Anne Johnson and Susan Spalding.
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- Preservation of this video was supported by a donation from Lynn Garafola.
- CONTENTS. - Interview with Bill McCall. Recorded in Abingdon, Virginia, in August 1989. Speaking mainly from a musician's standpoint, McCall discusses square dancing, flatfooting, and social dancing during his youth and today. He describes two popular mixers of the region, Paul Jones and the broom dance. Reel 5A: 61 min. total. Camera turns off after 39 min.; the material that follows is a re-recording of earlier footage. Reel 5B: 18 min.
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- *MGZIDF 1456
Interweaving patterns: [Unedited footage] [electronic resource]
Part of a 16-cassette series containing unedited interview and dance footage. Although the interviews focus primarily on dance, they also cover a broad range of topics intended to fill in the socio-cultural background of the region. For the completed documentary, see: *MGZIA 4-1305 Step back Cindy.
- Restricted Access
Patrons can access streaming video files online only on site at the Library for the Performing Arts.
Preservation of this video was supported by a donation from Lynn Garafola.
- Local Note
Former call number: *MGZIC 9-2261 cassettes 5A & 5B
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- Local Subject
Television. Interweaving patterns.
Square, round and contra dancing.
Social dancing -- 20th century.
- Local Subject
Music and dance.
Television. Step back Cindy.
- Added Author
McCall, Bill. Interviewee
Spalding, Susan Eike. Director
Johnson, Anne. Director
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