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Interview with Carla Maxwell

Author: Carla Maxwell; Robert Johnson
Publisher: 1996.
Edition/Format:   Audiobook on Cassette : Cassette recording : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Ms. Maxwell describes her connection with Doris Humphrey through José Limón; her first impressions of Humphrey's work and comparing it to Limón's; the relationship between Humphrey and Limón, both personally and historically; Humphrey's choreographies Day on earth and Ritmo jondo; Ernestine Stodelle; issues in the reconstruction and performance of Humphrey's and Limón's works; the Humphrey and Limón  Read more...
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Named Person: Doris Humphrey; José Limón; Ernestine Stodelle; Ruth Currier; Lucy Venable
Material Type: Audio book, etc.
Document Type: Sound Recording
All Authors / Contributors: Carla Maxwell; Robert Johnson
OCLC Number: 82287272
Notes: Interviewed by Robert Johnson, May 28, 1996.
For transcript, see: *MGZMT 3-1991.
Description: 1 sound cassette (85 min.) + 1 transcript (51 leaves ; 28 cm.)

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Ms. Maxwell describes her connection with Doris Humphrey through José Limón; her first impressions of Humphrey's work and comparing it to Limón's; the relationship between Humphrey and Limón, both personally and historically; Humphrey's choreographies Day on earth and Ritmo jondo; Ernestine Stodelle; issues in the reconstruction and performance of Humphrey's and Limón's works; the Humphrey and Limón techniques; teaching specific works; teaching technique; balancing aesthetic and financial considerations as director of the Limón Dance Company; the influences of Ruth Currier, Lucy Venable, and Stodelle on her experience with Humphrey's choreography; and the financial restraints faced by dance companies.

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