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Lenore Latimer/John Wilson
Latimer, Lenore (Contributor)
Wilson, John M. (American potter, active 1857-1872) (Choreographer)
Berger, Art (Dancer)
Read, Marilyn (Dancer)
Smith, Stuart E (Dancer)
Borak, Andrea (Dancer)
Zinn, Randolyn (Dancer)
Cornelius, Victor (Dancer)
Duval, Charles (Dancer)
Schubert, Franz, 1797-1828 (Composer)
Bach, Johann Sebastian, 1685-1750 (Composer)
Frangella, Luis, 1944-1990 (Contributor)
Kaczorowski, Peter (Lighting designer)
Beatles (Composer)

Dance Theater Workshop Video Archive

Dates / Origin
Date Issued: 1978
Table of Contents
CONTENTS: Cassette 1: Three shakes (approx. 12 min.). Choreography: Lenore Latimer. Music: The Beatles. Perf. by Art Berger, Lenore Latimer, Marilyn Read, and Stuart Smith. -- Ecossaises (Theme and interrupted variations) (approx. 9 min.). Choreography: John Wilson. Music: Schubert, arranged by Wilson. Danced by Wilson, accompanied by Timothy Vernon (piano) and Johanna Albrecht and Marcy Jellison (percussion). -- The spinning song (approx. 7 min.). Choreography/costumes: Latimer. Music: Schubert. Danced by Andrea Borak and Read, accompanied by Christopher Reed (piano) and Patricia Irmen (soprano). -- Impromptu for Eurydice (approx. 20 min.). Choreography/direction/script: Wilson. Music: Satie, Auric, Milhaud. Scenery: Luis Frangella. Ceramic sculptures: Russell Sharon. Danced by Randolyn Zinn, Victor Cornelius, Charles Duval, and Stuart Smith, accompanied by Vernon (piano). -- Cassette 2: Tender (approx. 6 min.). Choreography/performance: Latimer. Music: J. S. Bach. -- Bachianas americanas (approx. 26 min.). Choreography: Wilson. Music: J. S. Bach/Wilson. Sculpted clothes for Part III: Luis Frangella. Danced by Borak, Read, Smith, and Wilson, accompanied by Vernon (piano), Albrecht and Jellison (sopranos). The sections of the piece are: I. Cross country (Invention #6), II. Erasure (Sinfonia #15), III. Fashion sarabande (Sinfonia #5), IV. Ellen's phrase/Cannonade (Invention #4), V. Homage I (to Villa-Lobos) (Prelude #1), VI. Homage II (to Sappho) (Sinfonia #11), VII. Openers 1 plus 1 (Finale) (a. Invention #1, b. Sinfonia #1, c. Invention #1 and Sinfonia #1).
Library locations
Jerome Robbins Dance Division
Shelf locator: *MGZIDF 9559
Shelf locator: *MGZIC 9-3455 (former)
Dance Theater Workshop
Filmed performances
Filmed dance
Venue: Videotaped in performance at the American Theatre Laboratory, New York, on November 24, 1978.
Funding: Preservation of this video was supported by a grant from the National Historical Publications and Records Commission.
Physical Description
Videotape reel
Extent: 2 videotape reels (80 min.) : sound, black and white ; 1/2 in.
Joint concert by dancer/choreographers Lenore Latimer and John Wilson.
Type of Resource
Moving image
RLIN/OCLC: NYPY936000164-F
NYPL catalog ID (B-number): b12174494
Universal Unique Identifier (UUID): c731bfe0-7abe-0135-8b0e-61b5e9656aa6
Rights Statement
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Item timeline of events

  • 1978: Issued
  • 2017: Digitized
  • 2022: Found by you!
  • 2023

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Jerome Robbins Dance Division, The New York Public Library. "Lenore Latimer/John Wilson" The New York Public Library Digital Collections. 1978.

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Jerome Robbins Dance Division, The New York Public Library. "Lenore Latimer/John Wilson" New York Public Library Digital Collections. Accessed May 27, 2022.

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Lenore Latimer/John Wilson