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Unearthing Balanchine's Cotillon

Author: Celia Ipiotis; Jeff Bush; Millicent Hodson; Kenneth Archer; ARC Videodance (Firm)
Publisher: New York, NY : ARC Videodance, ©1988.
Series: Eye on dance, 268.
Edition/Format:   VHS video : VHS tape   Visual material : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Dance historian Millicent Hodson and art historian Kenneth Archer discuss their reconstruction of George Balanchine's Cotillon (first performed in 1932) for the Joffrey Ballet. They note Robert Joffrey's belief in its significance due to its transitional position in the development of Balanchine's style. They recount how they reconstructed the ballet, with the help of Tamara Toumanova, as well as Alexandra Danilova,  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Interviews
Named Person: Millicent Hodson; Kenneth Archer; Robert Joffrey; George Balanchine; Boris Kochno; Christian Bérard; Tamara Toumanova; Millicent Hodson; Kenneth Archer; George Balanchine; Christian Bérard; Millicent Hodson; Robert Joffrey; Boris Kochno; Tamara Toumanova
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Celia Ipiotis; Jeff Bush; Millicent Hodson; Kenneth Archer; ARC Videodance (Firm)
OCLC Number: 36092248
Notes: Title from cassette label.
Produced by ARC Videodance as part of the television series Eye on dance.
Credits: Program director: Celia Ipiotis ; technical supervisor: Jeff Bush.
Performer(s): Host: Celia Ipiotis.
Event notes: Recorded on location in New York on October 26, 1988. Telecast on November 10, 1988.
Description: 1 videocassette (29 min.) : sd., col. ; 1/2 in.
Details: VHS.
Series Title: Eye on dance, 268.
Other Titles: Millicent Hodson, Kenneth Archer
Responsibility: ARC Videodance ; produced by Celia Ipiotis and Jeff Bush.

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Dance historian Millicent Hodson and art historian Kenneth Archer discuss their reconstruction of George Balanchine's Cotillon (first performed in 1932) for the Joffrey Ballet. They note Robert Joffrey's belief in its significance due to its transitional position in the development of Balanchine's style. They recount how they reconstructed the ballet, with the help of Tamara Toumanova, as well as Alexandra Danilova, Tamara Stepanova, Irina Baronova, and others.

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