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Pennsylvania Ballet

Author: Merrill BrockwayEmile ArdolinoHans van ManenGeorge BalanchineCharles CzarnyAll authors
Publisher: New York, N.Y. : WNET, 1976.
Edition/Format:   Video : Videocassette : NTSC color broadcast system : U-matic   Visual material : English
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Members of the Pennsylvania Ballet perform works from the company repertoire. Includes a historical survey of dance in Philadelphia, an interview with company director Barbara Weisberger, class and rehearsal scenes with artistic director Benjamin Harkarvy, and segments on the company school showing Margarita de Saa and Lupe Serrano teaching class.
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Genre/Form: Dance
Video
Named Person: Barbara Weisberger; Benjamin Harkarvy; Lupe Serrano; Margarita de Saa; Dane LaFontsee; Edward Myers; Jerry Schwender; Janek Schergen; Joanne Danto; Gregory Drotar; Alba Calzada; Marcia Darhower; Michelle Lucci; Lawrence Rhodes; Karen Brown; Tamara Hadley; Mark Hochman; David Jordan; Barry Leon; Gretchen Ward Warren; Missy Yancey; Paul Hecht
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Merrill Brockway; Emile Ardolino; Hans van Manen; George Balanchine; Charles Czarny; Ludwig van Beethoven; Antonio Vivaldi; Johann Sebastian Bach; George Frideric Handel; Jean Paul Vroom; Nicolaas Wijnberg; Joop Stokvis; Tobi Tobias; WNET (Television station : New York, N.Y.)
OCLC Number: 83238147
Credits: Written by Tobi Tobias.
Performer(s): Narrator: Paul Hecht.
Event notes: Telecast on the Dance in America series on June 2, 1976 by WNET/13, New York.
Description: 1 videocassette (60 min.) : sd., col. NTSC ; 3/4 in. (U-matic)
Contents: Grosse Fuge: Men's dance / choreography and costumes, Hans van Manen ; music, Ludwig van Beethoven ; sets, Jean Paul Vroom ; danced by Dane LaFontsee, Edward Myers, Jerry Schwender, and Janek Schergen. Concerto barocco: 2nd movement / choreography, George Balanchine ; music, J. S. Bach ; danced by Joanne Danto, Gregory Drotar, and members of the company. Madrigalesco: Prelude and Pas de quatre / choreography, Benjamin Harkarvy ; music, Antonio Vivaldi ; costumes, Nicolas Wijnberg ; danced by Alba Calzada, Marcia Darhower, Edward Myers, and Jerry Schwender. Adagio, Hammerklavier: Third duet / choreography, Hans van Manen ; music, Ludwig van Beethoven ; costumes, Jean Paul Vroom ; danced by Michelle Lucci and Lawrence Rhodes. Concerto grosso / choreography, Charles Czarny ; music, G. F. Händel ; costumes, Joop Stokvis ; danced by Karen Brown, Tamara Hadley, Mark Hochman, David Jordan, Dane LaFontsee, Barry Leon, Gretchen Warren, and Missy Yancey.
Responsibility: WNET/13 ; directed by Merrill Brockway ; produced by Emile Ardolino.

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Members of the Pennsylvania Ballet perform works from the company repertoire. Includes a historical survey of dance in Philadelphia, an interview with company director Barbara Weisberger, class and rehearsal scenes with artistic director Benjamin Harkarvy, and segments on the company school showing Margarita de Saa and Lupe Serrano teaching class.

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