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Three atmospheric studies

Author: William ForsytheDavid MorrowTom WillemsDana CaspersenDietrich KrügerAll authors
Publisher: ©2007.
Edition/Format:   DVD video : NTSC color broadcast system : English
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"Three atmospheric studies consists of three parts that are referred to as compositions. First come compositions 1 to 3; the fourth is a crucifixion scene by the painter Lukas Cranach, with the fifth being a modern-day press agency photograph depicting an exploding landscape in the Middle East. Both pictures can be seen hanging in the foyer during the performances. Compositions 4 and 5 correlate, to the extent that  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Video
Dance
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: William Forsythe; David Morrow; Tom Willems; Dana Caspersen; Dietrich Krüger; Yoko Ando; Francesca Caroti; Marthe Krummenacher; Roberta Mosca; Nicole Peisl; Jone San Martin; Elizabeth Waterhouse, dancer.; Cyril Baldy; Amancio Gonzalez; David Kern, dancer.; Ioannis Mantafounis; Fabrice Mazliah; Christopher Roman; Yasutake Shimaji; Ander Zabala; Mark Robison; Forsythe Company.; Brooklyn Academy of Music.; Character Generators/Video.
OCLC Number: 191682705
Credits: Music, part II, David Morrow ; music, part III, Thom Willems ; stage design/lighting, William Forsythe ; text, part II, William Forsythe ; text, part III, Dana Caspersen, William Forsythe, David Kern ; costume, Satoru Choko, Dorothee Merg ; sound design and synthesis, Deitrich Krüger, Niels Lanz ; voice treatment/DSP programming, Andreas Breitscheid, Olivier Pasquet, Manuel Poletti in collaboration with the Forum Neues Musiktheater Staatsoper Stuttgart.
Video, Character Generators, Inc. ; cameraperson, Mark Robison.
Performer(s): Performed by The Forsythe Company: Yoko Ando, Francesca Caroti, Dana Caspersen, Marthe Krummenacher, Roberta Mosca, Nicole Peisl, Jone San Martin, Elizabeth Waterhouse, Cyril Baldy, Amancio Gonzalez, David Kern, Ioannis Mantafounis, Fabrice Mazliah, Christopher Roman, Yasutake Shimaji, Ander Zabala.
Speakers, part II, Amancio Gonzalez, David Kern, Jone San Martin ; speakers, part III, Dana Caspersen, David Kern, Ander Zabala.
Event notes: Videotaped in performance at Brooklyn Academy of Music Howard Gilman Opera House, Brooklyn, N.Y., as part of the 2007 Spring Season, on Mar. 1, 2007.
Description: 1 videodisc (NTSC) (69 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
Details: DVD.
Contents: Clouds after Cranach: Part I (ca. 21 min.), Part II (ca. 24 min.) --
Study III: Part III (ca. 23 min.).
Other Titles: Clouds after Cranach (Choreographic work : Forsythe)
Study III (Choreographic work : Forsythe)
Three atmospheric studies (Choreographic work : Forsythe)
Responsibility: a work by The Forsythe Company ; directed by William Forsythe ; presented by Brooklyn Academy of Music.

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"Three atmospheric studies consists of three parts that are referred to as compositions. First come compositions 1 to 3; the fourth is a crucifixion scene by the painter Lukas Cranach, with the fifth being a modern-day press agency photograph depicting an exploding landscape in the Middle East. Both pictures can be seen hanging in the foyer during the performances. Compositions 4 and 5 correlate, to the extent that Cranach's thunderhead -- not just a meteorological phenomenon, but a divine, biblical one as well -- can also be seen rising from the detonation in the photograph. Here we see the underlying structure that informs all of the evening's compositions, throughout which a single scene repeats itself on multiple levels. Bringing these repetitions into alignment is the main challenge confronting the viewer." -- Brooklyn Academy of Music program note.

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