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|Named Person:||Anna Sokolow; Martha Graham; Louis Horst; Agnes De Mille; Alex North; Michel Fokine|
|Material Type:||Audio book, etc.|
|Document Type:||Sound Recording|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Agnes De Mille
|Notes:||Agnes de Mille summarizes her notes from three talks with Anna Sokolow (who refused to be recorded); this is part of her research for her biography of Martha Graham entitled Martha: the life and work of Martha Graham (1991). The date of the notes is May 31, 1974; the time and place of the recording is not known except that one can surmise the recording must have been made between 1974 and 1991, the year of Martha's publication.
Sound quality is good overall. From approximately 18:15 into disc 1 through the end of disc 1 (approximately three minutes) the recording is marred at times by "tape hiss.". Both disc 1 and disc 2 are also marred by occasional short gaps. However, De Mille's voice is always easily intelligible.
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|Event notes:||Recorded by Agnes de Mille
[between 1974 and1991]
|Description:||2 sound discs (approximately 24 minutes): digital; 4 3/4 in.|
Disc 2 (approximately three minutes). Agnes de Mille continues to summarize her notes (while adding her own comments as appropriate) dated May 31, 1974, of three talks with Anna Sokolow: De Mille begins by quoting José Limón about Graham; De Mille describes, based on an account given by John Martin, the alleged confrontation between [Michel] Fokine and Martha Graham at a public lecture at the New School for Social Research as well as Sokolow's statement that the incident did not happen; Horst's and Graham's comments to Sokolow on Sokolow's admiration for George Balanchine's ballet Concurrence as well as Horst's comment on the same ballet to De Mille.