Dance in revolution
NamesNew York Public Library. Dance Division (Producer)Turocy, Catherine (Choreographer)Turocy, Catherine (Restager)Turocy, Catherine (Narrator)Turocy, Catherine (Dancer)Aldrich, Elizabeth, 1947- (Narrator)Baird, Thomas, (Dancer) (Dancer)Beaman, Patricia (Dancer)Cooper, Miriam (Dancer)DuVal, Elizabeth (Dancer)Epstein, Diane (Dancer)Fittante, Carlos (Dancer)Meshekoff, Luisa (Dancer)Murphy, Hugh (Dancer)Putnam, Todd (Dancer)Richman, James (Conductor)Chiment, Marie Anne (Costume designer)Skow, Marilyn (Costume designer)Isaac, Mr. (Choreographer)Feuillet, Raoul-Auger, 1659 or 1660-1710 (Choreographer)Lully, Jean-Baptiste, 1632-1687 (Composer)Pécourt, Guillaume Louis, 1653-1729 (Choreographer)Labbé, (Anthony), Mr. (Choreographer)New York Baroque Dance Company (Performer)Concert Royal (Musical group : U.S.) (Musician)New York Public Library. Dance Collection (Associated name)
Jerome Robbins Archive of the Recorded Moving Image Original Documentation
Dates / OriginDate Created: 1989-03-03
Table of ContentsReel 1. Ballroom dances from the first quarter of the 18th century: Minuet / choreography, Pierre Rameau ; music, Handel (from the opera Alcina) ; danced by Luisa Meshekoff and Hugh Murphy. |||| The Richmond (hornpipe) / choreography, Mr. Isaac ; danced by Diane Epstein and Thomas Baird. |||| L'union [and] La belle Iris / danced by Patricia Beaman, Miriam Cooper, Elizabeth DuVal, Catherine Turocy, Thomas Baird, Carlos Fittante, Hugh Murphy, and Todd Putnam. |||| Presentational dances of the last quarter of the 18th century: The sailor's hornpipe / danced by Thomas Baird. |||| The Scottish reel / danced by Patricia Beaman, Miriam Cooper, Elizabeth DuVal, Catherine Turocy, Thomas Baird, Carlos Fittante, Hugh Murphy, and Todd Putnam. |||| Gasconne (contredanse) / choreography, Feuillet ; danced by Miriam Cooper, Elizabeth DuVal, Diane Epstein, Luisa Meshekoff, Thomas Baird, Carlos Fittante, Hugh Murphy, and Todd Putnam. |||| Theatrical dances from the first half of the 18th century: Chaconne de Phaéton / choreography, Louis Pécourt ; music, Lully (from the opera Phaéton) ; danced by Miriam Cooper. |||| Entrée d'Apollon / music, Lully (from Le triomphe de l'amour) ; danced by Thomas Baird. |||| Chaconne de Galathée / choreography, L'Abbé ; music, Lully (from the opera Acis et Galathée) ; danced by Luisa Meshekoff and Hugh Murphy. |||| Excerpt from the ballet Le peintre amoureux de son modèle / music, Ferrere ; danced by Thomas Baird (the painter), Catherine Turocy (his wife), Miriam Cooper (the model), and Diane Epstein (servant). |||| Reel 2. Ballroom dances of the 1790's: Le menuet / danced by Patricia Beaman and Hugh Murphy. |||| La valse / danced by Miriam Cooper and Hugh Murphy. |||| La nouvelle rose / danced by Patricia Beaman, Catherine Turocy, Thomas Baird, and Hugh Murphy.
Library locationsJerome Robbins Dance DivisionShelf locator: *MGZIDF 2194Shelf locator: *MGZIC 9-1895 (former)
TopicsMinuet (Dance)Chaconne (Dance)Waltz (Dance)Hornpipe (Dance)Country-dances (Music)Dance -- France -- 18th century
GenresFilmed danceFilmed performancesLectures
NotesStatement of responsibility: [presented by] the New York Baroque Dance Company and Concert Royal.Content: Recording made possible by the New York Baroque Dance Company and the Jerome Robbins Archive of the Recorded Moving Image of the Dance Collection of The New York Public Library.Creation/production credits: Choreography/reconstruction, Catherine Turocy and Elizabeth Aldrich (guest choreographer) ; costumes (pre-1790), Marie Anne Chiment and Marilyn [listed on frame as Marie] Skow ; costumes (1790's) loaned by the Court Dance Company.Performers: Danced by the New York Baroque Dance Company: Catherine Turocy (artistic director), Thomas Baird, Patricia Beaman, Miriam Cooper, Elizabeth DuVal, Diane Epstein, Carlos Fittante, Luisa Meshekoff, Hugh Murphy, and Todd Putnam.Performers: Music performed by Concert Royal: James Richman (harpsichord, artistic director), Diane Bruce (Baroque violin), Carla Moore (Baroque violin), David Cerutti (Baroque viola), and Christine Gummere (Baroque cello).Performers: Narrators: Catherine Turocy and Elizabeth Aldrich.Venue: Videotaped in performance at the Bruno Walter Auditorium, New York Public Library at Lincoln Center, on March 3, 1989, by Carol Ruthberg; camera, Richard Conners.Funding: Recorded with the assistance of grants from New York State Council for the Arts and the National Endowment for the Arts.
Physical DescriptionVideocassetteExtent: 2 videocassettes (U-matic) (80 min.) : sound, color ; 3/4 in.
DescriptionLecture-demonstration on social and theatrical dances of the 18th century.
Type of ResourceMoving image
IdentifiersRLIN/OCLC: NYPY896034318-FNYPL catalog ID (B-number): b12167693Universal Unique Identifier (UUID): 44e27b10-4b50-0133-a696-60f81dd2b63c
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