|提及的人：||Doris Humphrey; Doris Humphrey|
Ernestine Stodelle; Doris Humphrey; Gail Corbin; Amy Reusch; Stephanie Clemens; Johannes Holub; Johann Sebastian Bach; Silo Concert Dancers.; Doris Humphrey Society.; Princeton Book Company.; Momenta Performing Arts Company.; Reusch Dance Video (Firm); National Initiative to Preserve American Dance.; Dance Horizons Video (Firm)
|餘額：||Preparatory coaching, Gail Corbin ; final coaching, Ernestine Stodelle.|
|表演者：||Danced in 1934 film by Doris Humphrey, Cleo Atheneos, Ernestine Stodelle, Hyla Rubin, Dorothy Lathrop.
Danced in coaching session by Raphael Ziemba, Regina Wilken, Stephanie Clemens, Jeanne Warner, Maya Joseph.
Danced in concluding performance by the Silo Chamber Dancers: Siobhan Simisky, Katherine Blalock, Sandra Kaufman, Catherine Connal, Lydia Saad ; artistic director, Ernestine Stodelle.
|活動注釋：||Videotaped in rehearsal at the Doris Humphrey Memorial Theater, Academy of Movement and Music, Oak Park, Ill., during the 5th and 6th annual Doris Humphrey Technique Workshops coordinated by the National Doris Humphrey Society in August 1994 and 1995. Preceded by b&w film performance by Doris Humphrey and dancers, recorded in 1934. Concluding performance, by the Silo Chamber Dancers, videotaped at La Guardia High School for Music and Dance and Performing Arts, New York, as part of Doris Humphrey: a centennial celebration, on October 22, 1995 ; videographer, Johannes Holub.|
|描述：||1 videocassette (90 min.) : sd., col. with b&w sequences ; 1/2 in.|
|叢書名：||Doris Humphrey legacy.|
|其他題名：||Air for the G string (Choreographic work : Humphrey)|
|責任：||presented by the National Doris Humphrey Society in collaboration with Princeton Book Company, Publishers, Momenta Performing Arts Company, Ernestine Stodelle and Reusch Dance Video ; artistic direction and coaching commentaries by Ernestine Stodelle ; video director, Amy Reusch ; project director, Stephanie Clemens ; choreography by Doris Humphrey (1928) ; music by Johann Sebastian Bach ("Air" from Suite no. 3 in D major).|
Ernestine Stodelle, a former member of the Humphrey-Weidman Company, coaches students in Doris Humphrey's Air for the G string, a work for five dancers. Analyzing the choreography section by section, she clarifies and refines its details, with attention to shape, timing, dynamics, and motivation. Key concepts are identified in subtitles. A b&w film of the work, recorded in 1934 with Doris Humphrey as the central dancer, is screened in full at the beginning and end of the coaching session, and excerpts from this film precede each section. A full performance of the work, recorded in 1995, concludes the tape.