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The Shim-Sham and the Charleston
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produced by Brenda Bufalino, 1937-; performed by Brenda Bufalino, 1937- and Charles Coles, 1911-1922; in Talk & Taps with "Honi" Coles (American Tap Dance Foundation, 2008), 7 mins
Brenda Bufalino met Honi in l955 when she studied with him at his Dance Craft Studio in NYC. She was 17, and though she only studied with him for one year, he remained an influence in her work throughout her own solo and choreographic career. Reunited in l973, Brenda filmed Honi and members of the Copasetic c...
produced by Brenda Bufalino, 1937-; performed by Brenda Bufalino, 1937- and Charles Coles, 1911-1922; in Talk & Taps with "Honi" Coles (American Tap Dance Foundation, 2008), 7 mins
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Charleston
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directed by Roger Englander, 1926-; designed by Richard Rennick, Hal Anderson; produced by Roger Englander, 1926- and John Musilli, 1936-1991; performed by Ed Sims and Audre Deckmann, American Dance Machine; in From Ballroom to Broadway, 1980 (Creative Arts Television, 2007), 1 min
Three ballroom dance teams, founder-director Lee Theodore of The American Dance Machine, and a group of its students demonstrate dances derived from social dancing that have influenced Broadway dance styles. The teams are Ed Sims and Audre Deckmann, Augie and Margo Rodriguez, and Francois Szony and Geta Constantin...
directed by Roger Englander, 1926-; designed by Richard Rennick, Hal Anderson; produced by Roger Englander, 1926- and John Musilli, 1936-1991; performed by Ed Sims and Audre Deckmann, American Dance Machine; in From Ballroom to Broadway, 1980 (Creative Arts Television, 2007), 1 min
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written by Iris Schmeisser; edited by Neil A. Wynn; in Cross the Water Blues: African American Music in Europe (Jackson, MS: University Press of Mississippi, 2007), 121-139
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Charleston
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The America Dances! video presents original film clips of Americans dancing iconic, vintage dances. Dancetime Publications has culled fascinating, incredible footage from multiple archives and libraries to create this astounding collection. A collectible treasure, America Dances! is a fascinating, original-source...
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1920s: Black Bottom, Charleston
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in 500 Years of Social Dance, Vol. 2: 20th Century (Dancetime Publications, 2002), 3 mins
Volume II of Dancetime! takes viewers on a whirlwind tour of American social dance in the 20th century. Watch as each innovative dance explodes onto the scene, reflecting the decades of the 1900s. As people and ideas began to travel more quickly, dance styles and fads were born, popularized, and transformed. In th...
in 500 Years of Social Dance, Vol. 2: 20th Century (Dancetime Publications, 2002), 3 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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Charleston
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directed by Carol Téten; produced by Carol Téten; performed by Dance Through Time; in Dancing in the 20th Century (Dancetime Publications, 1987), 4 mins
Three-part performance of 20th-century social dances. Most of the dances are announced through dialogues spoken by the dancers.
directed by Carol Téten; produced by Carol Téten; performed by Dance Through Time; in Dancing in the 20th Century (Dancetime Publications, 1987), 4 mins
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Dance Magazine, Vol. 29, no. 1, January, 1955
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edited by Lydia Joel, 1915-1992, in Dance Magazine, Vol. 29, no. 1, January, 1955 (New York, NY: Dance Magazine, 1955), 80 page(s)
Dance Magazine is a trade publication for dance.
edited by Lydia Joel, 1915-1992, in Dance Magazine, Vol. 29, no. 1, January, 1955 (New York, NY: Dance Magazine, 1955), 80 page(s)
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