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Interview with Pauline Koner

Author: Pauline Koner; David Sears
Publisher: 1982.
Edition/Format:   Audiobook on CD : CD audio : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Disc 1, ca. 63 min. Pauline Koner speaks about the choreographic guidance she received from Doris Humphrey; the beginning of her association with José Limón; reasons she and Limón were such well-suited partners; members of Limón's company at the time [ca. 1948]; Humphrey's work Corybantic; Limón's pieces the Moor's pavane and Malinche and her roles in these works [brief discussion of a number of pieces mainly
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Named Person: José Limón; Pauline Koner; Doris Humphrey
Material Type: Audio book, etc.
Document Type: Sound Recording
All Authors / Contributors: Pauline Koner; David Sears
OCLC Number: 52331907
Notes: Interview with Pauline Koner conducted by David Sears on April 2, 1982.
Description: 3 sound discs (ca. 157 min.) : digital ; 4 3/4 in.

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Disc 1, ca. 63 min. Pauline Koner speaks about the choreographic guidance she received from Doris Humphrey; the beginning of her association with José Limón; reasons she and Limón were such well-suited partners; members of Limón's company at the time [ca. 1948]; Humphrey's work Corybantic; Limón's pieces the Moor's pavane and Malinche and her roles in these works [brief discussion of a number of pieces mainly to confirm composers, dates, and other details]; Limón as a person; why she dislikes reading transcripts of her oral interviews [ends abruptly].

Disc 2, ca. 63 min. [begins abruptly]. Koner speaks about writing; the origins of the epithet "the lone eagle" to describe Limón; more on Humphrey's choreographic guidance to her and to Limón; using Limón's style of movement as a subconscious model for her male choreography; brief discussion of a number of pieces including Limón's work the Visitation; Humphrey's works Ritmo jondo and Ruins and visions; Humphrey's use of motivation in her choreography; Humphrey's work Felipe el loco; Limón's piece There is a time, in particular the score [short gap]; more on There is a time; her style of dancing; Limón's and Humphrey's musicality; Pauline Lawrence and her costumes for Limón's company; Limón's partnering; their duet in Malinche; Humphrey's piece Theater piece, no 2 [brief discussion of a number of works]; Limón and Koner's piece Barren sceptre [ends abruptly].

Disc 3, ca. 31 min. [begins abruptly]. Koner continues to speak about Barren sceptre, including her dispute with Limón regarding the score; leaving Limón's company; her thoughts on Limón's company as it exists now, including her views on revival performances; Lucas Hoving, as a performer; Limón's piece Carlota.

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