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Panel discussion on dance criticism in New York City

Author: Marian Horosko; Murray Louis; Jeff Duncan; Alvin H Reiss
Publisher: [196-?]
Edition/Format:   Audiobook on Cassette : Cassette recording : English
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Murray Louis and Jeff Duncan discuss the small amount of press coverage devoted to dance in New York City in comparison to the number of performances; the specialized dance criticism found in trade papers and the fact that they don't serve the general public; dance critic Walter Terry's position at the Saturday Review as an opportunity to inform a wider audience; the unfairness of the New York Times' monopoly on  Read more...
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Named Person: Walter Terry; John Joseph Martin
Material Type: Audio book, etc.
Document Type: Sound Recording
All Authors / Contributors: Marian Horosko; Murray Louis; Jeff Duncan; Alvin H Reiss
OCLC Number: 39806722
Notes: Marian Horosko interviews Murray Louis and Jeff Duncan for radio station WBAI, New York City, as part of its series, Dance, New York.
Description: 1 sound cassette (19 min.)
Other Titles: Dance, New York (Radio program)

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Murray Louis and Jeff Duncan discuss the small amount of press coverage devoted to dance in New York City in comparison to the number of performances; the specialized dance criticism found in trade papers and the fact that they don't serve the general public; dance critic Walter Terry's position at the Saturday Review as an opportunity to inform a wider audience; the unfairness of the New York Times' monopoly on dance criticism in comparison to the varying opinions in a wider variety of newspapers in England; regional dance critics; a managing editor's responsibility about what gets reviewed; the preparation, or lack thereof, of good dance critics; the inability of new and emerging artists to get reviewed; the performer's right to refuse a critic's attendance at a performance; and the importance of John Martin as the first major dance critic. [The tape concludes with a five-minute promotion by Alvin H. Reiss for forthcoming World of dance programs.].

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