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Interview with Jean Erdman

Author: Jean Erdman; Agnes De Mille
Publisher: 1983.
Edition/Format:   Audiobook on Cassette : Cassette recording : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Side 1. Ms. Erdman talks about Graham's class at Sarah Lawrence College in the 1930's; joining Graham's company; secret visits with her husband Joseph Campbell, despite Graham's disapproval; Campbell's support of her work; difficulty of leaving Graham's company; performing Graham's Letter to the world 25 years after its creation at Bennington and how it had changed; John Martin's love for Graham; Graham as a love  Read more...
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Named Person: Martha Graham; Joseph Campbell; John Joseph Martin
Material Type: Audio book, etc.
Document Type: Sound Recording
All Authors / Contributors: Jean Erdman; Agnes De Mille
OCLC Number: 35217061
Notes: Interview conducted by Agnes de Mille as part of her research for the biography of Martha Graham entitled Martha.
Event notes: Recorded October 5, 1983.
Description: 1 sound cassette (45 min.)

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Side 1. Ms. Erdman talks about Graham's class at Sarah Lawrence College in the 1930's; joining Graham's company; secret visits with her husband Joseph Campbell, despite Graham's disapproval; Campbell's support of her work; difficulty of leaving Graham's company; performing Graham's Letter to the world 25 years after its creation at Bennington and how it had changed; John Martin's love for Graham; Graham as a love object -- Side 2. Courting Joe Campbell; traveling with her parents; learning four new works in ten days; Pearl Harbor; being on tour with Graham's company; the company in Cuba.

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