Schubert — German Dance, D. 783, No. 10 (Classical Duet)
- Suite: Dances for Children
Schubert — German Dance, D. 783, No. 10
- Original choreography by: Isadora Duncan
Reconstructed versions by Hortense Kooluris and Riva Hoffman.
Nadia Chilkovsky Nahumck
Reference: Nahumck, Nadia Chilkovsky. Isadora Duncan: The Dances. Washington DC: The National Museum of Women in the Arts, 1994.
This is an interesting arrangement of Tanagra-like figures.
A beautiful classic Duncan dance. The gestures always originate in the upper torso, with the arms and head following through. The arm movements must be continuous and flow into each other. This dance is an example of the perfect musical visualization of the Duncan style.
|Dances by Isadora: Classical Duet||2014||Patricia Adams, Catherine Gallant||Yes|
|Dance Visions NY Youth Company: 4 Schubert Waltzes||2012||Yes||Staged by Beth Jucovy|
|Dance Visions NY Youth Company: Children's Repertory||2012||Yes||Staged by Beth Jucovy|
|Hortense Kooluris Memorial||2007-10-01||Gemze de Lappe, Adrienne Ramm||Yes|
|Isadora and the American Jewish Intelligentsia||2000||Yes||3 pairs performing in unison|
|Duncan Dancers in Mignon Garland's Studio Class August 1990||1990-08-10||Yes||Students of Mignon Garland practicing in class|
|Duncan Dancers in Mignon Garland's Studio Class August 1990||1990-08-10||Ann Cogley, Amy Garland||Yes||Students of Mignon Garland practicing in class|
|The Enduring Essence||1990||Gemze de Lappe, Sharon Arslanian||Yes|
|Tribute to Isadora Duncan, Hortense Kooluris and Dancers at the World Trade Center||09/14/1987||Lori Belilove, Marilyn Klaus||Yes|
|Adrienne and Lori perform Classical Duet||Lori Belilove, Adrienne Ramm||No|
|Isadora Duncan Repertory Dance Company performs Classical Duet||Yes|
|Hortense Kooluris Collection||Yes|