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Tap masters/tap mentors

Author: Tony WaagHarriet BrowneRay BolgerEleanor PowellJerry AmesAll authors
Publisher: ©2002.
Edition/Format:   VHS video : VHS tape : NTSC color broadcast system   Visual material : English
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Genre/Form: Dance
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Named Person: Tony Waag; Barbara Duffy; Harriet Browne; Heather Cornell; Charon Aldredge; Marshall Louis Davis; Max Pollak; Ray Bolger; Eleanor Powell; Jenny Lane; Jerry Ames; Anthony Peters, tap dancer.; Sarah Petronio; Acia Gray; Hervé Le Goff; Margaret Morrison; Olivia Rosenkrantz; Jeni LeGon; Ann Kilkelly; Lynn Dally; Terry Brock; Channing Cook Holmes; Sam Weber; Fayard Nicholas; Savion Glover; Buster Brown; Megan Haungs; Jeannie Hill; Nicole Hockenberry; Josh Hilberman; Michela Marino Lerman; Misty Owens; Michele Ribble; Lynn Schwab; Peggy Spina; Sherry Stregack; Michelle Dorrance; Frank Kimbrough; Ben Allison; Eddie Ornowski
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Tony Waag; Harriet Browne; Ray Bolger; Eleanor Powell; Jerry Ames; Sarah Petronio; Jeni LeGon; Lynn Dally; Buster Brown; Charles Steiner; Penny Ward; Jim Oakley; Footage Productions (Firm); American Tap Dance Orchestra.; Vagabond Video.; New York Public Library for the Performing Arts. Dance Division.
OCLC Number: 83530919
Notes: Accompanied by house program.
Recording made possible by the cooperation of New York City Tap Festival, Tony Waag & Footage Productions, Inc., American Tap Dance Orchestra, The Duke on 42nd Street Theater, and the Jerome Robbins Archive of the Recorded Moving Image, Dance Division, The New York Public Library for the Performing Arts.
Credits: Festival producer, Tony Waag; co-chairs, Hoagy B. Carmichael, Gregory Hines; tap instrument and sound design, Robert Harari; lighting, Jim Oakley.
Performer(s): Introductions, Tony Waag, Barbara Duffy.
Music played by Frank Kimbrough (piano), Ben Allison (bass), Eddie Ornowski (drums).
Event notes: Videotaped in performance at The Duke on 42nd Street Theater, New York, N.Y., as part of Tap City 2002, the second annual New York City Tap Festival, on July 13, 2002; video documentation, Charlie Steiner of Vagabond Video; direction and editing, Charlie Steiner; camera, Charlie Steiner, Penny Ward.
Description: 1 videocassette (114 min.) : sd., col. NTSC ; 1/2 in. (VHS)
Contents: The late Harriet "Quicksand" Browne: Sand medley 1986 / choreography created by Harriet Browne and the original members of Manhattan Tap (Heather Cornell, Jamie Cunneen, Shelley Oliver, Tony Scopino) in 1986, and first performed at the Riverside Dance Festival, New York, March 1987; music, Charlie Christian ("Airmail special," "Slipped disc"), Plater Bradshaw ("Jersey bounce"); introduced by Heather Cornell; danced by Charon Aldredge, Marshall Davis Jr., Michelle Dorrance, Max Pollak. Cornell gives the title of this work, which is danced on sand, as Slipped disc. The late Ray Bolger: Once in love with Amy / choreography, Ray Bolger; additional choreography, Tony Waag; music, Frank Loesser; introduced, sung, and danced by Tony Waag. The late Eleanor Powell: Begin the beguine / choreography, Eleanor Powell; music, Cole Porter; introduced and danced by Jenny Lane; piano, Richard Bennett. Jerry Ames: Softly / choreography and performance [includes vocals], Jerry Ames; music, Wilson Stone ("Back in the old routine"), Lewis & Hamilton ("The old soft shoe"), Stephen Foster ("Swanee River"); introduced by Anthony Peters. Sarah Petronio: An afternoon in Paris / choreography, Sarah Petronio; music, John Lewis; introduced by Acia Gray; danced by Barbara Duffy, Acia Gray, Hervé LeGoff, Sharon Lavi, Margaret Morrison, Olivia Rosenkrantz, Sarah Petronio. Dr. Jeni LeGon: Living in a great big way / choreography and performance, Dr. Jeni LeGon; music, McHugh & Fields; introduced by Ann Kilkelly. Lynn Dally: All blues / choreography, Lynn Dally; music, Miles Davis, arr. by Jerry Kalaf; introduced by Sam Weber; danced by Terry Brock, Lynn Dally, Channing Cook Holmes, Sam Weber. Dr. Fayard Nicholas / music, Paul E. Johnson ("Yes sir, that's my baby now," with original lyrics by Fayard Nicholas), Nelson Riddle ("Chattanooga choo-choo"), Duke Ellington ("It don't mean a thing"); introduced by Katherine Hopkins-Nicholas; speech by Dr. Fayard Nicholas; danced and sung by Dr. Fayard Nicholas and Katherine Hopkins-Nicholas. Savion Glover: Improvisation. The late Buster Brown: Fascinating rhythm [and] Just you, just me [and] Laura / choreography, Buster Brown and Heather Cornell; introduced by Megan Haungs; Fascinating rhythm [and] Just you, just me / music, Gershwin ("Fascinating rhythm"), Greer, Klages ("Just you, just me"); danced by Max Pollak, Jeannie Hill, Nicole Hockenberry --
Laura / music, John Mercer, Raksin and Coleman ("Laura"); danced by Jill Braverman, Acia Gray, Megan Haungs, Josh Hilberman, Jeannie Hill, Nicole Hockenberry, Michela Marino Lerman, Yako Miyamoto, Andrew Nemr, Misty Owens, Max Pollak, Michele Ribble, Lynn Schwab, Jamie Sherman, Peggy Spina, Sherry Stregack, Katy Wood. Finale/Shim sham shimmy / music, Lester Young ("Lester leaps in"); danced by the entire cast.
Responsibility: presented by Tony Waag & Footage Productions, Inc. in association with the American Tap Dance Orchestra.

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