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|Tipo de material:||Libro de audio electrónico, etc.|
|Tipo de documento:||Grabación sonora|
|Todos autores / colaboradores:||
Jac Venza; Nancy Hanks; John Jay Iselin; Richard Cooper; George T Piercy; Hartford N Gunn; Henry Loomis
|Notas:||Press reception on June 12, 1975, at The New York Public Library at Lincoln Center announcing the new television series, Dance in America, to be produced by WNET-TV/Channel 13, premiering in Jan. 1976. Speakers include John Jay Iselin, Richard Cooper, Nancy Hanks, George T. Piercy, Henry Loomis, Hartford N. Gunn, and Jac Venza.
Sound quality of the speakers is good, but that of the audience questions is fair. The recording is marred by extraneous noise.
|Descripción:||2 audio discs (approximately 47 min.) : digital ; 4 3/4 in.|
|Contenido:||Disc 1 (ca. 41 min.). Recording of press reception at The New York Public Library at Lincoln Center announcing the new television series Dance in America with remarks by: John Jay Iselin, host --
Richard Cooper, President of The New York Public Library --
Nancy Hanks, Chairman of The National Endowment for the Arts --
George T. Piercy, Senior Vice President and member of the Board of Directors of Exxon Corporation --
Henry Loomis, executive at The Corporation for Public Broadcasting --
Hartford N. Gunn, President of The Public Broadcasting Service --
Jac Venza, executive producer of Dance in America --
Question and answer period, moderated by Venza [ends abruptly]. Disc 2 (ca. 26 min.). [Begins abruptly.] Recording continues with question and answer period, including a question from Anna Kisselgoff regarding choreographic control of the filming and further remarks by Nancy Hanks.
- New York Public Library. -- Library & Museum of the Performing Arts.
- Corporation for Public Broadcasting.
- Public Broadcasting Service (U.S.)
- Exxon Corporation.
- WNET (Television station : New York, N.Y.)
- Dance in America.
- Dance in motion pictures, television, etc.
- Federal aid to the arts.
- Press conferences.
- Government aid to dance education.