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Alan Lomax, Mary Labelle, and Forrestine Paulay discuss the contribution of Ruth St. Denis and other dance phenomena 06-12-1986-06-19-1995 Media not yet available
Alan Lomax's reflections on the black family in the South and the breakdown of support structures in urban migration; Alan Lomax and Forrestine Paulay on Judy Garland and Gene Kelly in "Easter Bonnet," Bill Halely's "Rock Around The Clock;" and a PBS film about Miles Davis 09-27-1986-12-31-1987 Media not yet available
Alan Lomax and Anna Wei Sung, on Fats Domino; Elvis Presley's appeal; Rockabilly; the Four Seasons; the Temptations as the apotheosis of Motown; hitmaking formula of the 1950s and some hits of the 1960s and '70s; Stevie Wonder and Prince; Michael Jackson; and the Bee Gees. 01-01-1980-12-31-1995 Media not yet available
Alan Lomax and Forrestine Paulay discuss flim clips of the Twist, the movement styles of Buddy Holly, ballroom and cabaret-style couple dances, Charles Moore, Katherine Dunham, Martha Graham's Appalachian Spring, Irene Castle and James Fisher, Bill "Bojangles" Robinson, modern fine-art dance reconstructions, Mary Labelle discusses Tricia Brown and Twyla Tharp 07-15-1985-07-23-1995 Media not yet available
Alan Lomax and Roswell Rudd conversing about coding, Al Jolson; Charlie Parker and bebop; the loss of improvisation and group participation in European music. 12-04-1984-01-07-1985 Media not yet available
Alan Lomax dictated correspondence and conversation with Pierre Gaisseau about the Cuna Indians of Panama 06-01-1974-12-31-1992
Alan Lomax discusses coding vaudeville; the music of twentieth century modern dance; the Beatles' "Hey Jude"; "Synchronicity" by the Police; the Mighty Clouds of Joy; Paul Robeson's "Old Man River"; Bing Crosby's "How Deep is the Ocean"; Fats Domino; Judy Garland and Gene Kelly's "For Me And My Girl" and other numbers; Eleanor Powell; Les Blank's polka film; and James Brown's "Papa's Got A Brand New Bag." 07-15-1986-07-31-1995 Media not yet available
Alan Lomax discussing white 1950s Popular Music: Les Paul and Mary Ford, Nat King Cole, the Mills Brothers, and the Ink Spots. Some reflections on Charles Joyner's "Down By The Riverside" (1986); reflections on cowboy songs. 01-01-1986-01-22-1995 Media not yet available
Alan Lomax interviews Carol and Beverly White on Josh White and the Roosevelts 01-01-1981-12-31-1981
Alan Lomax on Madonna and the 1956 film "Rock, Rock, Rock," based on Alan Freed, featuring the Flamingoes and others; Alan's critique of Robert Wilson's "Einstein on the Beach"; Busby Berkeley as the apotheosis of European unison. 01-01-1980-12-31-1995 Media not yet available
Forrestine Paulay and Alan Lomax sum up their analysis of Elvis Presley's movement style 01-01-1986-12-31-1995 Media not yet available
Forrestine Paulay discusses her experiences conducting a five-day seminar on movement therapy and culture using Cantometrics-Choreometrics at a dance conference in Colorado. The Moiseyev Ballet. The Mighty Diamonds reggae group; the eh sound 01-01-1985-12-31-1986 Media not yet available
Mary Labelle and Alan Lomax review and discuss coding of features of modern American popular dances 01-01-1986-12-31-1995 Media not yet available
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