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Interview with Bill T. Jones and Arnie Zane

Author: Bill T Jones; Arnie Zane; David Sears
Publisher: 1982.
Edition/Format:   Audiobook on CD : CD audio : English
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Disc 1, 12/8/82 (ca. 63 min.). Jones and Zane speak about their work-in-progress, Party /remote progress [ultimately entitled Intuitive momentum?]; the set design; the composer Max Roach's collaboration; the work's conceptual and structural framework; significance of the work's title; an earlier work entitled Remote progress; whether there is an avante garde in the contemporary dance world; views on and use of
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Named Person: Arnie Zane; Bill T Jones; Max Roach; Bill T Jones; Max Roach; Arnie Zane
Material Type: Audio book, etc.
Document Type: Sound Recording
All Authors / Contributors: Bill T Jones; Arnie Zane; David Sears
OCLC Number: 54041881
Notes: Interview with Bill T. Jones and Arnie Zane conducted by David Sears on Dec. 8 and 9, 1982. The recording conducted on Dec. 8 was at a restaurant, probably in New York City, and contains extraneous noise. The recording made on Dec. 9 was solely with Zane and conducted by telephone.
Description: 2 sound discs (ca. 94 min.) : digital ; 4 3/4 in.

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Disc 1, 12/8/82 (ca. 63 min.). Jones and Zane speak about their work-in-progress, Party /remote progress [ultimately entitled Intuitive momentum?]; the set design; the composer Max Roach's collaboration; the work's conceptual and structural framework; significance of the work's title; an earlier work entitled Remote progress; whether there is an avante garde in the contemporary dance world; views on and use of contact improvisation; their parodic use of the ballet vocabulary [short gap]; more on collaborating with Roach; the Dance Umbrella dance festival in the U.K; more on Roach, including his music and his thoughts on Jones' and Zane's work; more on the structure of the work-in-progress; their work Ah! Break it!; more on the work-in-progress, including the theme of cooperation; influence of Robert Wilson's work; Sheryl Sutton; Jones' admiration for modernism and modernists such as Lucinda Childs; autobiographical component of Everybodyworks!; Jones compares Zane's movements to his own [ends abruptly].

Disc 2, 12/8/82 and 12/9/82 (ca. 31 min.). [Begins abruptly.] Jones and Zane speak about their works Blauvelt mountain and Valley cottage [parts 2 and 3 of an otherwise unidentified trilogy; interview ends and resumes with Zane by telephone on 12/9/82]; Zane speaks about his use of Roach's music; his use of movements from karate; professional work outside of his work with Jones, especially his photography; his collaborations with Johanna Boyce; his and Jones's athletic background; his and Jones's intent to create their own vocabulary; influence on him of Daniel Nagrin and other avant-gardists.

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