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The new Baroque : early dance re-creations and inspirations.

Author: Catherine TurocyJames RichmanCelia IpiotisAmber EdwardsSusan WallnerAll authors
Publisher: 1982-1996.
Edition/Format:   VHS video : VHS tape : NTSC color broadcast system   Visual material : English
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Excerpts from five videos depicting contemporary reconstructions of Baroque dancing.
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Genre/Form: Dance
Interviews
Compilations
Video
Named Person: Catherine Turocy; Ann Jacoby; Roger Tolle; Carlos Fittante; Amber Edwards; James Richman; Celia Ipiotis; Christopher Hogwood; Voltaire
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Catherine Turocy; James Richman; Celia Ipiotis; Amber Edwards; Susan Wallner; New Jersey Network (Firm); New York Public Library. Dance Collection.
OCLC Number: 81123094
Notes: Title from accompanying data sheet.
Event notes: Compilation video shown as part of the exhibition The new Baroque: early dance re-creations and inspirations, held at the Dance Collection, The New York Public Library for the Performing Arts, New York, January 13-May 10, 1997.
Description: 1 videocassette (33 min.) : sd., col. and b&w NTSC ; 1/2 in. (VHS)
Contents: Minuet lesson from The art of dancing: an introduction to Baroque dance (ca. 3 min., col. & b&w) / excerpt from a video produced by the New York Baroque Dance Company, screened on Eye on dance, episode 59, telecast June 28, 1982 ; introduced by Celia Ipiotis ; danced by Ann Jacoby and Roger Tolle. Program based on the treatise of English dancing master Kellom Tomlinson. For a full recording of The art of dancing, see *MGZIC 9-235. For a full recording of this Eye on dance episode, see *MGZIC 9-2847 Glances at the past: Performance of the minuet. Interview with Catherine Turocy (ca. 10 min.) / excerpt from State of the Arts, telecast by the New Jersey Network, October 31, 1994 ; produced by NJN [New Jersey Network] and New Jersey State Council on the Arts ; directed by Laurel Spira Hoyer ; executive producer, Nila Aronow ; host producer, Amber Edwards ; includes a duet to Handel's Water music, danced by Catherine Turocy and Carlos Fittante of the New York Baroque Dance Company ; an interview with Catherine Turocy, artistic director of the New York Baroque Dance Company ; and a solo by Carlos Fittante, danced under the closing credits. Demonstration of the uses of masks, fans and ribbons in eighteenth-century society (ca. 4 min.) / excerpt from Eye on dance, episode 187, telecast by WNYC on April 25, 1986 ; presented by Catherine Turocy. For a full recording of this episode, see *MGZIC 9-2980 F. Prevost and B. Nijinska. Interview with Catherine Turocy and demonstration of the minuet (ca. 2 1/2 min.) / news report "Up close with Barbara Harrison," from News 4 at 5, telecast by Channel 4, Washington D.C., in summer 1993 ; reporter, Barbara Harrison ; report on the Mozart Summer Music Festival at the Kennedy Center ; includes interviews with Christopher Hogwood, conductor of the National Symphony Orchestra and festival director, and Catherine Turocy ; and footage of a studio rehearsal of the minuet, danced by members of the New York Baroque Dance Company: Patricia Beaman, Andra Corvino, Ernesta Corvino, Diane Epstein, Carlos Fittante, Keith Michael, and Todd Putnam. Performance excerpts of Voltaire's Temple of glory, a danced play (ca. 14 min.) / from a videotape recorded at the Jarvis Conservatory, Napa, Calif., on August 10, 1996 ; choreography and text, Catherine Turocy ; music, Jean-Philippe Rameau ; music direction, James Richman ; performed by members of the New York Baroque Dance Company: Diane Epstein, Carlos Fittante, Rachel List, Keith Michael, Catherine Turocy, with students of the 1996 Baroque Ballet Workshop and Festival ; music performed by members of Concert Royal: James Richman, Cynthia Roberts, Alyssa Pava, Sandra Miller ; preceded by an introduction by Catherine Turocy. For the full recording, see *MGZIA 4-2979 Voltaire's Temple of Glory.

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Excerpts from five videos depicting contemporary reconstructions of Baroque dancing.

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