Spanish dance

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Spanish dance
Saldaña, Antonio (Restager)
Lorca, Marina (Choreographer)
Amaral, Roberto (Choreographer)
Coronado, Jaime (Dancer)
Ziva, stage name (Dancer)
Del Rio, Joana (Dancer)
Linares, Charo (Choreographer)
Mielziner, Jo, 1901-1976 (Set designer)
Quica, 1905-1967 (Choreographer)
Lorca, Roberto (Choreographer)
Ruiz, José Antonio (Choreographer)
Dantes, Theo (Choreographer)
Centeno González, Higinio (Choreographer)
Cazalet, Peter (Costume designer)
Grut, Marina (Choreographer)
George Washington University.‏ ‎Department of Theatre and Dance‏ (Dancer)

General Dance Video Archive

Dates / Origin
Date Created: 1987
Table of Contents
CONTENTS. - Reel 1 (32 min.): Celtic suite: Traditional Asturian dances staged by Antonio Saldaña. Galician dances choreographed by Marina Keet. Backcloth: Bradley Sabelli. Costumes: Carolina de Weinberg. Jota montrové (Galicia). Danced by Brian Baltrop, Veronique Dang-Tran, Nancy Sedgwick, Jaime Coronado, Joana del Rio, Steve Gerstein, Ziva, and Ben Hole. Careado asturiano. Danced by Nancy Parenti, Jeff Bailey, Marla Bush, Paul Bade, Iver Cooper, Deborah Gomez, Nancy Heller, and Antonio Saldaña. Baile de las nacres (Shell dance) (Galicia). Danced by Paula Durbin, Reina Getz, Rene Iannuzzi, and Mary Ann Shelton. Muñeira asturiana. Danced by Heller and Saldaña. Pandeirada (Galicia). Danced by the ensemble. Xiringuelo (Asturias). Danced by Saldaña.--Contemporary suite: El polo. Choreography: José Antonio. Music: Breton. Danced by Marina Lorca. Benamor. Choreography: Teodoro Dantes and Keet. Music: Luna. Costumes: Peter Cazalet. Danced by Coronado, Del Rio, Durbin, Heller, Sedgwick, Shelton, and Ziva. Triana. Choreography/performance: Roberto Amaral. Music: Isaac Albéniz. Beginning of Flamenco "con-tempo." Choreography: Charo Linares and Marina Lorca. Danced by Lorca, with Baltrop, Bush, Coronado, Dang-Tran, Del Rio, Durbin, Getz, Heller, Iannuzzi, Parenti, Saldaña, Sedgwick, Indri Tjandrasuwita, Shelton, and Ziva. - Reel 2 (60 min.): Repetition of Flamenco "con-tempo."--Cuadro flamenco: Backcloth: Jo |||| Mielziner. Costumes: de Weinberg. Soleares. Choreography: La Quica, arranged for the company by Keet. Danced by Durbin, Heller, Iannuzzi, Ziva, Sedgwick, Shelton, with Baltrop and Coronado. Peteneras. Choreography: Roberto Lorca. Danced by Coronado. Caña. Choreography: Mercedes y Albano. Danced by Coronado and Ziva. Tangos. Choreography: La Tati. Danced by Del Rio. Alegrías. Choreography/performance: Amaral. Colombianas. Choreography: Mercedes y Albano. Danced by Heller and Sedgwick, with Bush, Durbin, Getz, Karen Green, Iannuzzi, and Shelton. Seguiriyas. Choreography: Marina Lorca and Carlos. Danced by Lorca. Bulerías finale. Danced by Lorca, Amaral, and the ensemble.
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Jerome Robbins Dance Division
Shelf locator: *MGZIDF 2000
Folk dancing -- Spain
Spanish dancing
Jota (Dance)
Soleá (Dance)
Petenera (Dance)
Media caña (Dance)
Colombiana (Dance)
Seguiriya (Dance)
Alegrías (Dance)
Bulería (Dance)
Filmed dance
Filmed performances
Venue: Videotaped in performance at Marvin Theatre, George Washington University, Washington, D.C., in November 1987. Performance director: Marina Keet.
Performers: Performed by students of the George Washington University Department of Theatre and Dance, with guest artists Marina Lorca and Roberto Amaral. Guitarists: Ralph Pemberton, Tom Stefanick. Singers: Mari Carmen, Jorge Porta.
Physical Description
Extent: 2 videocassettes (VHS) (92 min.) : sound, color ; 1/2 in.
Type of Resource
Moving image
NYPL catalog ID (B-number): b12169643
Universal Unique Identifier (UUID): 589baf90-6f25-0131-3f9d-3c075448cc4b
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Spanish dance