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Isadora Duncan dance : technique and repertory

Author: Isadora DuncanJulia LevienAndrea Mantell-SeidelTamme IrbyDanceArts Foundation.All authors
Publisher: Pennington, NJ : Dance Horizons Video : Distributed by Princeton Book, 1995.
Edition/Format:   VHS video : VHS tape   Visual material : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Includes excerpts from choreography by Isadora Duncan, as performed by Julia Levien in the company of Anna Duncan and Irma Duncan, and staged by Andrea Mantell-Seidel. Includes a History of the Duncan dance schools.
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Genre/Form: Educational films
Dance
Named Person: Isadora Duncan
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Isadora Duncan; Julia Levien; Andrea Mantell-Seidel; Tamme Irby; DanceArts Foundation.; Dance Horizons Video (Firm); Princeton Book Company.; Isadora Duncan Dance Ensemble.
OCLC Number: 32276727
Notes: "This tape is a companion video to the book Duncan dance: A guide for young people ages six to sixteen by Julia Levien" -- container
Credits: Producers, Tamme Irby and DG Associates, Inc. ; directors, Andrea Mantell-Seidel and Julia Levien.
Performer(s): Isadora Duncan Dance Ensemble ; Andrea Mantell-Seidel, artistic director ; Julia Levien, artistic advisor ; Sergio Gonzalez, pianist ; director of photography/editor, Raul Acosta.
Andrea Mantell-Seidel.
Julia Levien (History of the Duncan dance schools).
Event notes: Filmed on location at New World School of the Arts and the Colony Theater, Miami, FL.
Target Audience: General.
Description: 1 videocassette (60 min.) : sd., col. ; 1/2 in.
Details: VHS format.
Contents: Commentary by Andrea Mantelli-Seidel --
Excerpts from choreography by Isadora Duncan (circa 1900-1923) performed by the Isadora Duncan Dance Ensemble: Southern Roses Waltz (music by J. Strauss) --
Mother (music: Etude opus 2, no.1 by Scriabin) --
Nocturne in E (music by Chopin) --
Narcissus (music: Waltz, opus 64, no. 2 by Chopin) --
Harp etude (music: opus 25, no. 1 by Chopin) --
An illustrated history of Duncan Dance Schools narrated by Julia Levien --
Under the scarf (complete work; music: Waltz by Schubert) --
Commentary by Daniel Lewis, Dean of dance, New World School of the Arts, Miami, FL --
Elements of class technique, as taught in the Duncan schools --
Choreographic excerpts, continued: Water study (music: Waltz by Schubert) --
Three graces (music: Waltz by Schubert) --
Balspiel (music: Waltz, opus 70 no. 1 by Chopin) --
Sisters' mazurka (opus 70, no. 1 by Chopin --
Slow mazurka (complete work) (opus 17, no. 4 by Chopin) --
Rosepetals (music: Waltz, opus 39, no. 15) --
Dance of the blessed spirits (complete work) (music: Orpheus by Gluck) --
Bacchanale (music: Iphigenia by Gluck) --
Revolutionary (music: Etude, opus 8, no.2, by Scriabin) --
Dubinushka (complete work) from Impressions of revolutionary Russia. Southern roses [excerpt] / music, J. Strauss (Waltz).
Responsibility: [presented by] DanceArts Foundation.

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Includes excerpts from choreography by Isadora Duncan, as performed by Julia Levien in the company of Anna Duncan and Irma Duncan, and staged by Andrea Mantell-Seidel. Includes a History of the Duncan dance schools.

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