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Murray Louis in concert

Author: Murray LouisAlwin NikolaisFrank GarciaDennis DiamondWarren LiebAll authors
Publisher: Pennington, N.J. : Dance Horizons Video, distributed by Princeton Book Co., Publishers, ©1989.
Edition/Format:   VHS video : VHS tape : NTSC color broadcast system   Visual material : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Selection of film and videotape excerpts of Louis's solo dances, recorded in stage and studio performances by Seth Schneiderman, Warren Lieb, Dennis Diamond, Swedish TV, and Z.D.F. Lutz Walnitz Productions. The recordings date from 1980 unless otherwise noted. The program also includes narration by Hal Robinson and Louis himself, discussing the works Junk dances, Chimera, Hoopla, Déjà vu, and others, which are  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Dance
Video
Named Person: Murray Louis; Murray Louis
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Murray Louis; Alwin Nikolais; Frank Garcia; Dennis Diamond; Warren Lieb; Aleksandr Nikolayevich Scriabin; Alan Hovhaness; Irving Berlin; Johann Sebastian Bach; Eddy L Manson; Isaac Albéniz; Dance Horizons Video (Firm)
ISBN: 0916622959 9780916622954
OCLC Number: 144662820
Notes: Title from end credits and distributor's catalog, which also lists tape as Volume I. Title on head credits: Murray Louis in a concert of solo dances.
Credits: Interlude music, Alwin Nikolais ; costumes, Frank Garcia.
Description: 1 videocassette (52 min.) : sd., col. NTSC. ; 1/2 in. (VHS)
Details: VHS.
Contents: Deja vu / music: Lauro --
Haikus (I and III) / music: Scriabin --
From Chimera (Fourth dance) / music: Alwin Nikolais --
Belonging to the moon / music: Hovanhas --
From Junk dances (solo) / music: I. Berlin --
Antechamber / music: Alwin Nikolais --
From Journal (Opening dance) / music: Tor-Sorrega --
Fron Index ... (To necessary neurosis): (Hysteria) / music: Oregon Ensemble --
The disenchantment of Pierrot (excerpt) / J. S. Bach --
Harmonica suite (I,II, and III) / music: Eddy Manson --
Index ... (To necessary neurosis: Greed / music: Oregon Ensemble --
Deja vu (Final dance) / I. Albeniz.
Other Titles: Murray Louis in a concert of solo dances
Responsibility: presented by ProArts International ; choreography and performance by Murray Louis.

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Selection of film and videotape excerpts of Louis's solo dances, recorded in stage and studio performances by Seth Schneiderman, Warren Lieb, Dennis Diamond, Swedish TV, and Z.D.F. Lutz Walnitz Productions. The recordings date from 1980 unless otherwise noted. The program also includes narration by Hal Robinson and Louis himself, discussing the works Junk dances, Chimera, Hoopla, Déjà vu, and others, which are illustrated in still photographs.

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