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Jazzing it up. / Teaching jazz dance

Author: Celia IpiotisJeff BushFred BenjaminLynn SimonsonMax RoachAll authors
Publisher: New York, NY : ARC Videodance, ©1988.
Series: Eye on dance, 254.
Edition/Format:   VHS video : VHS tape   Visual material : English
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Fred Benjamin and Lynn Simonson, jazz dance teachers and choreographers, discuss their work in separate interviews. Benjamin discusses European and American attitudes towards jazz dancing, and the influence of Talley Beatty on his work. Simonson describes jazz dancing as a style rather than a technique, and notes its divergence on the commercial and concert stages. Both guests discuss what constitutes good teaching.  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Interviews
Named Person: Fred Benjamin; Lynn Simonson; Max Roach; Talley Beatty; Talley Beatty; Fred Benjamin; Max Roach; Lynn Simonson
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Celia Ipiotis; Jeff Bush; Fred Benjamin; Lynn Simonson; Max Roach; ARC Videodance (Firm)
OCLC Number: 36192477
Notes: Title from cassette label.
Produced by ARC Videodance as part of the television series Eye on dance.
Credits: Television director, Richard Sheridan ; program director, Celia Ipiotis ; technical supervisor, Jeff Bush.
Performer(s): Host: Celia Ipiotis.
Event notes: Recorded on March 21, 1988 at the studios of WNYC, New York. Telecast on April 28, 1988.
Description: 1 videocassette (29 min.) : sd., col. ; 1/2 in.
Details: VHS.
Series Title: Eye on dance, 254.
Other Titles: Fred Benjamin, Lynn Simonson
Responsibility: ARC Videodance ; produced by Celia Ipiotis and Jeff Bush.

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Fred Benjamin and Lynn Simonson, jazz dance teachers and choreographers, discuss their work in separate interviews. Benjamin discusses European and American attitudes towards jazz dancing, and the influence of Talley Beatty on his work. Simonson describes jazz dancing as a style rather than a technique, and notes its divergence on the commercial and concert stages. Both guests discuss what constitutes good teaching. Percussionist Max Roach describes how he keeps his work fresh.

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