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|Document Type:||Visual material|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Hilde Holger; Go Nonaka; Wolfgang Stange, dancer.; Maggie Landells; Anna Niman; Rebecca Skelton; Nicole Frobusch; Thomas Kampe; Claudia Kappenberg; Antony O'Flaherty; Hilary Beard, dancer.; Charly Meyrick; Jean Jefferey; David Sutton-Anderson; AMICI Dance Theatre Company.
|Notes:||Dance works include: The trout (danced by Maggie Landells with AMICI Dance Theatre Company), Apsaras (danced by Anthony O'Flaherty, Claudia Kappenberg, Nicole Frobusch, Rebecca Skelton, Tomas Kampe), Hoops (danced by Anthony O'Flaherty and Claudia Kappenberg), and The Bauhaus (danced by Anthony O'Flaherty, Claudia Kappenberg, Hilary Beard, Wolfgang Stange).|
|Credits:||Production, Landscape Co. Ltd.|
|Performer(s):||Interviewee, Hilde Holger.
Hilde's class participants: Anna Niman, Charly Meyrick, Claudia Kappenberg, Jean Jefferey, Rebecca Skelton, Thomas Kampe, Wolfgang Stange ; piano player, David Sutton-Anderson.
|Event notes:||Videotaped at Hilde Holger's dance studio, London, on June 20, 1999.|
|Description:||1 videodisc (NTSC) (60 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.|
|Other Titles:||Trout (Choreographic work : Holger)
Apsaras (Choreographic work : Holger)
Hoops (Choreographic work : Holger)
Bauhaus (Choreographic work : Holger)
|Responsibility:||photographed, edited and directed by Go Nonaka.|
Hilde Holger discusses her choreographic works, her dance career, teaching, and training including her first solo performance in Vienna; losing her family in concentration camps during World War II and her escape to India; what inspires her work and the importance of dance technique.