Lenore Latimer/John Wilson [electronic resource]

Title
Lenore Latimer/John Wilson [electronic resource]
Publication
1978.
Electronic Resource

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Description
2 streaming video files (NTSC) (80 min.) : sd., b&w.
Note
  • Videotaped in performance at the American Theatre Laboratory, New York, on November 24, 1978.
  • Lighting: Peter Kaczorowski.
Access (note)
  • Patrons can access streaming video files only at the Library for the Performing Arts.
Funding (note)
  • Preservation of this video was supported by a grant from the National Historical Publications and Records Commission.
Contents
  • CONTENTS: Cassette 1: Three shakes (approx. 12 min.). Choreography: Lenore Latimer. Music: The Beatles. Perf. by Art Berger, Lenore Latimer, Marilyn Read, and Stuart Smith. -- Ecossaises (Theme and interrupted variations) (approx. 9 min.). Choreography: John Wilson. Music: Schubert, arranged by Wilson. Danced by Wilson, accompanied by Timothy Vernon (piano) and Johanna Albrecht and Marcy Jellison (percussion). -- The spinning song (approx. 7 min.). Choreography/costumes: Latimer. Music: Schubert. Danced by Andrea Borak and Read, accompanied by Christopher Reed (piano) and Patricia Irmen (soprano). -- Impromptu for Eurydice (approx. 20 min.). Choreography/direction/script: Wilson. Music: Satie, Auric, Milhaud. Scenery: Luis Frangella. Ceramic sculptures: Russell Sharon. Danced by Randolyn Zinn, Victor Cornelius, Charles Duval, and Stuart Smith, accompanied by Vernon (piano). -- Cassette 2: Tender (approx. 6 min.). Choreography/performance: Latimer. Music: J. S. Bach. -- Bachianas americanas (approx. 26 min.). Choreography: Wilson. Music: J. S. Bach/Wilson. Sculpted clothes for Part III: Luis Frangella. Danced by Borak, Read, Smith, and Wilson, accompanied by Vernon (piano), Albrecht and Jellison (sopranos). The sections of the piece are: I. Cross country (Invention #6), II. Erasure (Sinfonia #15), III. Fashion sarabande (Sinfonia #5), IV. Ellen's phrase/Cannonade (Invention #4), V. Homage I (to Villa-Lobos) (Prelude #1),
  • VI. Homage II (to Sappho) (Sinfonia #11), VII. Openers 1 plus 1 (Finale) (a. Invention #1, b. Sinfonia #1, c. Invention #1 and Sinfonia #1).
Call Number
*MGZIDF 9559
Title
Lenore Latimer/John Wilson [electronic resource]
Imprint
1978.
Summary
Joint concert by dancer/choreographers Lenore Latimer and John Wilson.
Restricted Access
Patrons can access streaming video files only at the Library for the Performing Arts.
Funding
Preservation of this video was supported by a grant from the National Historical Publications and Records Commission.
Local Note
Former call number: *MGZIC 9-3455.
Additional Copy 1: 2 3/4" videocassettes, copied from A.O., 10/91; in Princeton ReCAP Regular Storage; was pres. master until 7/2016.
Additional Copy 2: 2 3/4" videocassettes, copied from A.O., 10/91; in Princeton ReCAP Regular Storage; was vid. viewing copy until 7/2016.
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Local Subject
Television. Lenore Latimer and John Wilson.
Added Author
Latimer, Lenore, choreographer. cst, dancer.
Wilson, John M., choreographer. arr, dancer.
Berger, Art, dancer.
Read, Marilyn, dancer.
Smith, Stuart E., dancer.
Borak, Andrea, dancer.
Zinn, Randolyn, dancer.
Cornelius, Victor, dancer.
Duval, Charles, dancer.
Schubert, Franz, 1797-1828. Composer
Bach, Johann Sebastian, 1685-1750. Composer
Frangella, Luis. Designer
Kaczorowski, Peter, lighting designer.
Beatles. Composer
Research Call Number
*MGZIDF 9559
*MGZIC 9-3455 (former)
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