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Dutch National Ballet

Author: Hans van ManenThomas GrimmLudwig van BeethovenJean Paul VroomSergey ProkofievAll authors
Publisher: U.S. : Arts & Entertainment Network, ©1983-©1984.
Edition/Format:   VHS video : VHS tape : NTSC color broadcast system   Visual material : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Two dance works by Hans van Manen, interspersed with interview footage.
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Genre/Form: Dance
Video
Interviews
Named Person: Hans van Manen; Alexandra Radius; Han Ebbelaar; Rachel Beaujean; Coleen Davis; Valerie Valentine; Jeanette Vondersaar; Leo Besseling; Clint Farha; Lindsay Fischer; John Wisman; Frans Vervenne; Eric Hampton; Francis Sinceretti; Maria Aradi; Henny Jurriëns; Paul Blanca; Henk van Dijk; Maria Aradi; Rachel Beaujean; Leo Besseling; Paul Blanca; Coleen Davis; Henk van Dijk; Han Ebbelaar; Clint Farha; Lindsay Fischer; Eric Hampton; Henny Jurriëns; Hans van Manen; Alexandra Radius; Francis Sinceretti; Valerie Valentine; Frans Vervenne; Jeanette Vondersaar; John Wisman
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Hans van Manen; Thomas Grimm; Ludwig van Beethoven; Jean Paul Vroom; Sergey Prokofiev; Erik Satie; Claude Debussy; Joop Stokvis; Henk van Dijk; Danmarks radio.; Nederlandse Omroepprogramma Stichting.; RM Arts (Firm); Westdeutsches Rundfunk.; Arts and Entertainment Network.
OCLC Number: 78912597
Language Note: Interview in English ; some titles in English, Dutch, and German.
Notes: Grosse Fuge also appears on *MGZIA 4-5184 Grosse Fuge. Piano variations 2, 3 and 4 also appears on *MGZIC 9-821 Piano variations 2, 3, 4 and *MGZIC 9-820 Pianovariationen 2, 3 und 4. The interview with Hans van Manen, in English, also appears on *MGZIA 9-821 Piano variations 2, 3, 4.
Credits: Production credits for Grosse Fuge (c1984): a co-production of Danmarks Radio (DR), Nederlandse Omroepprogramma Stichting (NOS), and RM Arts ; produced by Thomas Grimm. Production credits for Piano variations 2, 3 and 4 (c1983): a co-production of Nederlandse Omroepprogramma Stichting (NOS) and RM Arts, in association with Westdeutsches Rundfunk (WDR).
Performer(s): Danced by the Dutch National Ballet [Het Nationale Ballet].
Interviewee: Hans van Manen.
Description: 1 videocassette (86 min.) : sd., col. with b&w sequence NTSC ; 1/2 in. (VHS)
Contents: A conversation with Hans van Manen (ca. 9 min.) / discussion of his works Pose and Twilight, and of his interest in photography. Includes excerpts from the two dance works (Twilight danced by Alexandra Radius and Han Ebbelaar) and examples of his photographs. Grosse Fuge (ca. 27 min.) / music, Ludwig van Beethoven (Grosse Fuge, Op. 133, no. 13 ; Op. 130, Cavatina) ; set, Jean-Paul Vroom ; costumes, Hans van Manen ; danced by Rachel Beaujean, Coleen Davis, Valerie Valentine, Jeanette Vondersaar, Leo Besseling, Clint Farha, Lindsay Fischer, John Wisman ; music played by the Quartetto Italiano. A conversation with Hans van Manen, [continued] (ca. 8 min.) / discussion of his preferences in music for choreography, and of his works Adagio hammerklavier (excerpt danced by Alexandra Radius and Han Ebbelaar), Situation (excerpt danced by Frans Vervenne and Eric Hampton), and Metaforen (excerpt danced by Han Ebbelaar and Francis Sinceretti). Piano variations 2, 3 and 4 (ca. 34 min. total) / costumes, Joop Stokvis, Jean-Paul Vroom ; pianist, Paul Patton. The variations danced are: Sarcasms / music, Serge Prokofiev (5 sarcasms, Op. 17) ; danced by Rachel Beaujean and Clint Farha --
Trois gnossiennes / music, Erik Satie (Trois gnossiennes, [nos.] 1, 2 & 3) ; danced by Maria Aradi and Henny Jurriëns with Leon Koning, Leo Besseling, Rob van Woerkom --
Pose / music, Claude Debussy (Etudes nos. 12, 2 & 4) ; danced by Paul Blanca with Rachel Beaujean, Amanda Beck, Coleen Davis, Josiane Geys, Renée Kuypers, Barbara Leach, and Jane Lord, Cathy Nussbaumer, Esther Protzman, Julie Stanzak, Vicky Summers, Kerrie Szuch. A conversation with Hans van Manen, [continued] (ca. 10 min.) / discussion of the need for risk taking, and the source of his ideas ; includes excerpts from Live (danced by Coleen Davis, with onstage cameraman Henk van Dijk), 1979 b&w version of Live (danced by Coleen Davis and Henny Jurriëns), and Pose.
Responsibility: directed by Thomas Grimm ; choreography by Hans van Manen.

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Two dance works by Hans van Manen, interspersed with interview footage.

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