The far end of The GardenAdditional title: Stoics (Choreographic work : Burrows)Additional title: Dull morning cloudy mild (Choreographic work : Burrows)Additional title: Still life at the Penguin Café (Choreographic work : Bintley)
NamesBurrows, Jonathan (Commentator)Isaacs, Jeremy (Commentator)Flatt, Kate (Commentator)MacMillan, Kenneth (Commentator)Dowell, Anthony (Commentator)Gothard, David (Commentator)Butcher, Rosemary (Commentator)Mackrell, Judith (Commentator)Bristow, Lynne (Dancer)Jones, Debbie (Dancer)Heydon, Luke (Dancer)McCann, Natalie (Dancer)Rice, Simon (Dancer)Givens, Craig (Designer)Fargion, Matteo Francesco, 1961- (Composer)Mumford, Peter, 1946- (Producer)Lockyer, Bob (Producer)MacGibbon, Ross (Director)Bintley, David (Choreographer)Jonathan Burrows Group (Performer)
General Dance Video Archive
Dates / OriginDate Issued: 1991
Table of ContentsDANCE CONTENTS: Design for Burrows' works: Craig Givens. Excerpts from: Stoics. Chor: Burrows. Mus: Johann Strauss, Felix Mendelssohn. Perf. by the Jonathan Burrows Group. -- Kangaroo rat solo from Still life at the Penguin Café. Chor: David Bintley. Danced in rehearsal by Burrows. -- Morris dance. Perf. by Burrows and others. -- dull morning. Chor: Burrows. Mus: Matteo Fargion. Perf. by the Jonathan Burrows Group. -- Hymns. Chor: Burrows. Perf. by the Jonathan Burrows Group.
Library locationsJerome Robbins Dance DivisionShelf locator: *MGZIDF 9092
TopicsBurrows, JonathanChoreographers -- EnglandModern dance -- EnglandRoyal Ballet
GenresDocumentary filmsFilmed performancesMotion pictures
NotesCreation/production credits: Produced by Beaulieu Films for BBC TV and Arts Council Films. Producer: Peter Mumford. Executive producers: Bob Lockyer and Rodney Wilson. Director/editor: Ross MacGibbon.
Physical DescriptionVideocassetteExtent: 1 videocassette (VHS) (54 min., 22 sec.) : sound, color ; 1/2 in.
DescriptionProfile of choreographer Jonathan Burrows and his contemporary dance company, the Jonathan Burrows Group, which is associated with The Royal Ballet at Covent Garden in London. In addition to Burrows' own reflections on his choreography and aspirations, observations of him as a student, performer, and choreographer are offered by his parents, Jeremy Isaacs, Kate Flatt, Sir Kenneth MacMillan, Anthony Dowell, David Gothard, Rosemary Butcher, and Judith Mackrell. Rehearsal and performance footage of Stoics, dull morning, and Hymns provide examples of his work.
Type of ResourceMoving image
IdentifiersRLIN/OCLC: NYPY946039206-FNYPL catalog ID (B-number): b12175795Universal Unique Identifier (UUID): f43c7cb0-9a19-0138-70d5-65e724b6ff37
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