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Tap City spectacular 3 [videorecording]

Title
Tap City spectacular 3 [videorecording] / a project of the American Tap Dance Foundation; produced by Tony Waag.
Publication
c2003.

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Reel 1Moving imageUse in libraryAvailable*MGZIA 4-7205 Reel 1Performing Arts Research Collections - Dance
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Description
2 videocassettes (VHS, NTSC) (141 min.) : sd., col.; 1/2 in.
Subjects
Genre/Form
  • Dance.
  • Video.
Note
  • Accompanied by house program.
  • In the list of numbers at the beginning of the tape, the Tribute to Dianne Walker, danced by Savion Glover and Marshall Davis, is given in the wrong order. It is danced after the trio and solos by Brenda Bufalino, Acia Gray, and Sarah Petronio.
  • Recording made possible by the cooperation of New York City Tap Festival, Tony Waag & Footage Productions, Inc., American Tap Dance Foundation, The Duke on 42nd Street Theater, and the Jerome Robbins Archive of the Recorded Moving Image, Dance Division, The New York Public Library for the Performing Arts.
Credits (note)
  • Executive producer, Tony Waag; co-chairs, Hoagy B. Carmichael, Gregory Hines; tap instrument and sound design/engineer, Robert Harari; lighting design/engineer, Jim Oakley.
Performer (note)
  • Master of ceremonies: Tony Waag.
Event (note)
  • Videotaped in performance at The Duke on 42nd Street Theater, New York, N.Y., as part of Tap City, the third annual New York City Tap Festival, on July 19, 2003; video documentation, Charlie Steiner of Vagabond Video; direction and editing, Charlie Steiner; camera, Charlie Steiner, Dan Matas; sound recording, Graham Moore.
Funding (note)
  • This recording is made possible with public funds from the New York State Council on the Arts, a State Agency.
  • Recorded with the assistance of grants from New York State Council on the Arts and the National Endowment for the Arts.
Contents
  • Cassette 1 (ca. 88 min. total). Nature / audio; created at HarariVille Recording Studios by Robert Harari and Tony Mayes.
  • Oxossi / choreography and performance, Margaret Morrison and Valéria Pinheiro; percussion, Robin Burdulis and Rita Silva.
  • That bullfrog shuffle / music, Bela Fleck and Mark Schatz; choreography, Michelle Dorrance; danced by the North Carolina Youth Tap Ensemble (artistic director, Gene Medler): Carrie Barnett, Samantha Hayes, Elena Steponaitis.
  • Crazy rhythm / choreography and vocals, Tony Waag; music, Caesar, Meyer/Kahn, arr. by Linda Dowdell.
  • The party / choreography, Parris Mann; music, Benny Goodman, Harry James, Count Basie; performed by New Jersey Tap Ensemble (artistic director, Deborah Mitchell): Matt Boyce, Julia Cothran, Jeffry Foote, Shauna Hanlon, Lindsay Kelly, Zack Manzella, Monette McKay, Amy Shure, Ann Marie Sepe, Tiffany Taylor.
  • Improvisation / danced by Jane Goldberg; audio recording, Gregory Hines.
  • Al, Sandman & Cholly / music, Neil Hefti; danced by Jason Samuels Smith.
  • Afro blue / choreography, Drika Overton; music, Mongo Santamaria; danced by Drika Overton & Company: Johanna Brooks, Christine Hounsell, Kristine MacNeil, Drika Overton, Angela Salvetti, Stephanie Trout-Haney, Lindsay Williams.
  • International Tap Dance Hall of Fame inductions: Chuck Green, accepted by Dr. Jimmy Slyde; preceded by video excerpts from About tap (1986), produced and directed by George T. Nierenburg; introduced by Gregory Hines at the Apollo Theater; starring Steve Condos, Jimmy Slyde, and Chuck Green. A full recording of About tap appears on *MGZIA 4-408 -- Charles "Honi" Coles, accepted by Dr. Marion Coles, Isabelle Coles Dunbar, and Coles's grandson; preceded by video excerpts from Milt & Honi (preview), directed by Louise Tiranoff; narrated by Gregory Hines; starring Charles "Honi" Coles and Milton "The Judge" Hinton. A full recording of Milt & Honi appears on *MGZIC 9-872.
  • Cassette 2 (ca. 53 min. total). Fever [and] Groovin' high / music for Fever, John Davenport, Eddie Cooley; music for Groovin' high, Dizzy Gillespie; performed by Rod Ferrone.
  • Just one of those things / music, Cole Porter; danced by Dormeshia Sumbry Edwards.
  • Green Dolphin Street / music, B. Kaper/Washington; danced by Brenda Bufalino, Acia Gray, and Sarah Petronio.
  • Deed I do / music, Hirsch/Rose; danced by Sarah Petronio.
  • Route 66 / music, B. Troop; danced by Acia Gray.
  • Softly as a morning sunrise / music, Hammerstein/Romberg; danced by Brenda Bufalino.
  • Tribute to Dianne Walker / improvisation danced by Savion Glover and Marshall Davis. Dianne Walker speaks informally from the audience.
  • Tribute to the ATDO [American Tap Dance Orchestra]: The buffalo suite [orally introduced as The white buffalo suite] / choreography, Brenda Bufalino; masks, Jebah Baum; danced by ATDO members Mari Fujibayashi and Olivia Rosenkrantz with students from Brenda Bufalino's Buffalo suite residency.
  • Finale/Shim sham shimmy / choreography, Leonard Reed; danced by the entire cast and audience members.
Call Number
*MGZIA 4-7205
Title
Tap City spectacular 3 [videorecording] / a project of the American Tap Dance Foundation; produced by Tony Waag.
Imprint
c2003.
Event
Videotaped in performance at The Duke on 42nd Street Theater, New York, N.Y., as part of Tap City, the third annual New York City Tap Festival, on July 19, 2003; video documentation, Charlie Steiner of Vagabond Video; direction and editing, Charlie Steiner; camera, Charlie Steiner, Dan Matas; sound recording, Graham Moore.
Credits
Executive producer, Tony Waag; co-chairs, Hoagy B. Carmichael, Gregory Hines; tap instrument and sound design/engineer, Robert Harari; lighting design/engineer, Jim Oakley.
Performer
Master of ceremonies: Tony Waag.
Musicians: Larry Ham (musical director/piano), Earl May (bass), Eddie Ornowski (drums).
Funding
This recording is made possible with public funds from the New York State Council on the Arts, a State Agency.
Recorded with the assistance of grants from New York State Council on the Arts and the National Endowment for the Arts.
Added Author
Waag, Tony. Producer. Performer. Host
Morrison, Margaret, choreographer, dancer.
Pinheiro, Valéria, choreographer, dancer.
Burdulis, Robin. Musician
Dorrance, Michelle, choreographer.
Mann, Parris, choreographer.
Goldberg, Jane, 1948- , dancer.
Samuels, Jason, dancer.
Overton, Drika, choreographer, dancer.
Green, Chuck. Honoree
Slyde, Jimmy, dancer.
Coles, Honi, 1911-1992. Honoree
Coles, Marion.
Ferrone, Rod, dancer.
Sumbry-Edwards, Dormeshia, dancer.
Bufalino, Brenda, choreographer.
Bufalino, Brenda, dancer.
Gray, Acia, dancer.
Petronio, Sarah, dancer.
Glover, Savion, dancer.
Davis, Marshall Louis, dancer.
Walker, Dianne. Honoree
Fujibayashi, Mari, dancer.
Rosenkrantz, Olivia, dancer.
Baum, Jebah.
Reed, Leonard, choreographer.
Ham, Larry. Musician
May, Earl, 1927-2008. Musician
Ornowski, Eddie. Musician
Steiner, Charles. Director. Film editor
Matas, Dan.
Moore, Graham, 1958 Mar. 19-
Oakley, Jim. Designer
North Carolina Youth Tap Ensemble.
New Jersey Tap Ensemble.
American Tap Dance Orchestra.
Footage Productions (Firm)
Vagabond Video.
New York Public Library for the Performing Arts. Dance Collection.
New York City Tap Festival.
Research Call Number
*MGZIA 4-7205
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