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Part 6 - American Tap Dance Orchestra:
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choreographed by Brenda Bufalino, 1937-; performed by Brenda Bufalino, 1937- (New York, NY: American Tap Dance Foundation), 6 mins
Improvisation and Afro-Cuban to Bop (1) Structures and themes for improv; working on a groove, trading eights and scat / talking with your feet. Through improvisation we compose. (2) Afro-Cuban movement working off the Mambo to phrase patterns using the whole body. The Bop tap section builds a long phrase working...
choreographed by Brenda Bufalino, 1937-; performed by Brenda Bufalino, 1937- (New York, NY: American Tap Dance Foundation), 6 mins
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Tap in Three Movements
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directed by Roger Englander, 1926-; choreographed by Paul Draper, 1909-1996; produced by Roger Englander, 1926- and John Musilli, 1936-1991; performed by Paul Draper, 1909-1996, American Dance Machine (Creative Arts Television, 2007), 8 mins
Choreographer-dancer Paul Draper talks about his life, ideas and art, teaches a class, and works on a new piece which is shown. Lee Theodore, founder and director of the American Dance Machine introduces the sections; choreographer Bob Fosse speaks about Draper.
directed by Roger Englander, 1926-; choreographed by Paul Draper, 1909-1996; produced by Roger Englander, 1926- and John Musilli, 1936-1991; performed by Paul Draper, 1909-1996, American Dance Machine (Creative Arts Television, 2007), 8 mins
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Someone Stole the Baby: A Documentary
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choreographed by Brenda Bufalino, 1937-; produced by Susan Applebaum, fl. 1980 and Karmen Jelincic, fl. 1991; performed by Brenda Bufalino, 1937- (American Tap Dance Foundation, 1991), 25 mins
A documentary on Brenda Bufalino and the American Tap Dance Orchestra.
choreographed by Brenda Bufalino, 1937-; produced by Susan Applebaum, fl. 1980 and Karmen Jelincic, fl. 1991; performed by Brenda Bufalino, 1937- (American Tap Dance Foundation, 1991), 25 mins
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Cantata and the Blues
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directed by Louise Tiranoff, fl. 1987; choreographed by Brenda Bufalino, 1937-; performed by Brenda Bufalino, 1937-, Amy Duncan, fl. 1984 and Wayne Roberts, fl. 1985 (American Tap Dance Foundation), 44 mins
A video portrait of Brenda Bufalino's one women show at the Ballroom - New York City.
directed by Louise Tiranoff, fl. 1987; choreographed by Brenda Bufalino, 1937-; performed by Brenda Bufalino, 1937-, Amy Duncan, fl. 1984 and Wayne Roberts, fl. 1985 (American Tap Dance Foundation), 44 mins
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Act I: Gavotte
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directed by Thomas Grimm, 1942-; conducted by Koen Kessels; choreographed by Rudolf Nureyev, 1938-1993; designed by Petrika Ionesco, 1946-, Hanae Mori, 1926-, Guido Levi; produced by Denis Morlière, fl. 1996 and Antoine Perset, 1956-; performed by Agnès Letestu, fl. 1987, Paris Opera Ballet and Orchestra of the Opéra National de Paris; in Cinderella (Opus Arte, 2008), 3 mins
This is a performance of Prokofiev's Cinderella, performed by Orchestra of the Opera National de Paris and Ballet of the Opera national de Paris (Paris Opera Ballet), and conducted by Koen Kessels.
directed by Thomas Grimm, 1942-; conducted by Koen Kessels; choreographed by Rudolf Nureyev, 1938-1993; designed by Petrika Ionesco, 1946-, Hanae Mori, 1926-, Guido Levi; produced by Denis Morlière, fl. 1996 and Antoine Perset, 1956-; performed by Agnès Letestu, fl. 1987, Paris Opera Ballet and Orchestra of the Opéra National de Paris; in Cinderella (Opus Arte, 2008), 3 mins
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Take the A Train
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composed by Duke Ellington, 1899-1974; performed by Chuck Green, 1919-1997; in Dance Black America: A Festival of Modern Jazz, Tap & African Styles (Pennebaker Hegedus Films, 1984), 4 mins
Filmed for PBS’s Great Performances at a three-day festival at the Brooklyn Academy of Music (BAM) celebrating black dance. Narrated by Geoffrey Holder, Dance Black America brings to the screen the best of black dance through the years, both concert dance by leading black choreographers, and the street and soci...
composed by Duke Ellington, 1899-1974; performed by Chuck Green, 1919-1997; in Dance Black America: A Festival of Modern Jazz, Tap & African Styles (Pennebaker Hegedus Films, 1984), 4 mins
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Tap Dance and the Entertainment Industry
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directed by Lisa Green, fl. 1986; produced by Billie Mahoney, 1927-; interview by Billie Mahoney, 1927-; performed by Billie Mahoney, 1927- and Sally Sommer, 1939-; in Sally Sommer, 1982, Dance On with Billie Mahoney (Kansas City, MO: Dance On Video, 1982), 4 mins
Sally Sommer, dance historian and critic for the Village Voice, discusses her early interpretive dance training in Tucson, Arizona; studying with Mary Wigman in Berlin; Wigman's personality and method; studying for her Master's and Ph. D. degrees; her dissertation on Loie Fuller and her book on tap dancing, Feet T...
directed by Lisa Green, fl. 1986; produced by Billie Mahoney, 1927-; interview by Billie Mahoney, 1927-; performed by Billie Mahoney, 1927- and Sally Sommer, 1939-; in Sally Sommer, 1982, Dance On with Billie Mahoney (Kansas City, MO: Dance On Video, 1982), 4 mins
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Rehearsal/Performance at SUNY New Paltz
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directed by Brenda Bufalino, 1937-; produced by Brenda Bufalino, 1937-; performed by Leslie (Bubba) Gaines, 1912-1997, Charles Coles, 1911-1922, Charles Cook, 1914-1991, Buster Brown and Ernest Brown, Copasetics; in Great Feats of Feet: A Portrait of the Jazz and Tap Dancer (New York, NY: American Tap Dance Foundation), 2 mins
A classic documentary exploring the tradition of jazz & tap dance, the essence that sets it uniquely apart from other dance forms, featuring The Copasetics. Each featured dancer speaks of his life and his art, revealing creative spirit and individuality that have personified each artist through their long careers.
directed by Brenda Bufalino, 1937-; produced by Brenda Bufalino, 1937-; performed by Leslie (Bubba) Gaines, 1912-1997, Charles Coles, 1911-1922, Charles Cook, 1914-1991, Buster Brown and Ernest Brown, Copasetics; in Great Feats of Feet: A Portrait of the Jazz and Tap Dancer (New York, NY: American Tap Dance Foundation), 2 mins
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The Legends of Tap
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performed by Charles Cook, 1914-1991, Leslie (Bubba) Gaines, 1912-1997, Charles Coles, 1911-1922 and Andy Wasserman, fl. 1974 (American Tap Dance Foundation), 33 mins
Vintage lecture demonstrations by Charles "Honi" Coles, Charles "Cookie" Cook, and Leslie "Bubba" Gaines.
performed by Charles Cook, 1914-1991, Leslie (Bubba) Gaines, 1912-1997, Charles Coles, 1911-1922 and Andy Wasserman, fl. 1974 (American Tap Dance Foundation), 33 mins
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Tap Intensive: Foundations of Tap Dance, Part 1 ''Vernacular'' & ''Traditional Time Step with Bufalino Breaks''
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directed by Brenda Bufalino, 1937-; choreographed by Brenda Bufalino, 1937-; produced by Brenda Bufalino, 1937- and David Wallace; performed by Brenda Bufalino, 1937- (American Tap Dance Foundation, 1994), 56 mins
Vernacular Movement and the Time Step with Variations (1) Dancing the Swing and Charleston without taps sets the body in motion and fills it with rhythm before metal ever hits the floor. (2) The time step is the most familiar figure in tap dance as well as the most misunderstood. Understanding its rhythm and music...
directed by Brenda Bufalino, 1937-; choreographed by Brenda Bufalino, 1937-; produced by Brenda Bufalino, 1937- and David Wallace; performed by Brenda Bufalino, 1937- (American Tap Dance Foundation, 1994), 56 mins
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