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|Named Person:||Lorna Burdsall; Lorna Burdsall; Rodolfo Hechavarria; Adolfo Izquierdo|
|Document Type:||Visual material|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Lorna Burdsall; Fernando Birri; Escuela Internacional de Cine y TV.
|Description:||1 videocassette (79 min.) : sd., col. with b&w sequences NTSC ; 1/2 in. (VHS)|
|Contents:||Lorna Burdsall en Tendedera de la vida (1991 ; ca. 10 min.) / [produced by] the Escuela Internacional de Ciné y TV de Tres Mundos ; directed by Fernando Birri ; in Spanish. Interview with Lorna Burdsall, interspersed with glimpses of her in costume for different pieces, recorded in various settings. [Performance in an art gallery or museum] (ca. 11 min.) / performed by Lorna Burdsall and members of Así Somos. Maria (ca. 8 min., b&w) / choreography and performance, Lorna Burdsall ; music, Mario Lavista. [Title missing from tape] (ca. 3 min., b&w) / choreography and performance, Lorna Burdsall ; music, Frédéric Chopin. La Greta (ca. 5 min.) / choreography and performance, Lorna Burdsall ; music, Dave Brubeck. Virus gris (ca. 4 min.) / choreography and performance, Rodolfo Hechavarria ; music, Luciano Berio. Duo 1 (ca. 3 min.) / choreography and performance, Juan [no last name given] and Rodolfo [Hechavarria?] ; music, ocean sounds. Tubos (ca. 8 min.) / choreography, Lorna Burdsall ; music, Charles Ives [listed in credits but not on tape] ; danced by Lorna Burdsall, Juan [no last name given], Rodolfo [Hechavarria?], Israel [no last name given]. Following this piece, the title El parque appears, but no dance work follows. Retrospectiva (1999 ; ca. 16 min., col. with b&w sequences) / presented by Así Somos, Teatro de Imágenes. Various views of the company, including the piece Cuando vuela la paloma, directed and choreographed by Lorna Burdsall ; music, John Rose, J.M. Jarre, Andrew Schloss ; visual design and performance by Adolfo Izquierdo. Helmi. [Interview with Lorna Burdsall] (ca. 11 min.) / recorded for Finnish television ; in Finnish and English ; interviewer, Tiina Klemettila. Lorna Burdsall discusses her career as a dancer ; her decision to move to Cuba in 1955 and her life there during the revolution ; beginning the modern dance movement in Cuba with Ramiro Guerra ; her autobiography, titled More than a footnote, dancing from Connecticut to revolutionary Cuba.|