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Interview with Lucas Hoving.

Author: Lucas Hoving; Marcia B Siegel
Publisher: 1981.
Edition/Format:   Audiobook on Cassette : Cassette recording : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Side A (ca. 45 min.) [begins abruptly]. Hoving speaks about Doris Humphrey and her work, including his dislike of Ritmo jondo; working with Pauline Koner; his early career and personal history, including his first piano lessons and meeting his wife [Lavinia Nielsen]; meeting José Limón after World War II and joining his company [José Limón Dance Company]; touring in Mexico with Limón; dancing for Humphrey,
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Named Person: Lucas Hoving; Doris Humphrey; José Limón; Lucas Hoving; Doris Humphrey; José Limón
Material Type: Audio book, etc.
Document Type: Sound Recording
All Authors / Contributors: Lucas Hoving; Marcia B Siegel
OCLC Number: 52820454
Notes: Interview conducted by Marcia B. Siegel on March 25, 1981.
Sound quality is inconsistent.
Description: 1 audiocassette (approximately 90 min.)

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Side A (ca. 45 min.) [begins abruptly]. Hoving speaks about Doris Humphrey and her work, including his dislike of Ritmo jondo; working with Pauline Koner; his early career and personal history, including his first piano lessons and meeting his wife [Lavinia Nielsen]; meeting José Limón after World War II and joining his company [José Limón Dance Company]; touring in Mexico with Limón; dancing for Humphrey, including in her work Night spell.

Side B (ca. 45 min.) Hoving speaks about Limón and his work; Humphrey and Charles Weidman; Limón's and Humphrey's relationship; Humphrey's last European tour; her death; Pauline Lawrence; Humphrey as a person; his thoughts on recent revivals of Humphrey's work.

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