Corelli — La Follia, Violin Sonata in d minor Op. 5, No. 12 (Tanagra Figures)
Corelli — La Follia, Violin Sonata in d minor Op. 5, No. 12
- Original choreography by: Isadora Duncan
Reconstructed by Hortense Kooluris.
Nadia Chilkovsky Nahumck
Reference: Nahumck, Nadia Chilkovsky. Isadora Duncan: The Dances. Washington DC: The National Museum of Women in the Arts, 1994.
This work is structured not as a dance but as a series of posturings taken directly from delicate terra-cotta figurines found in Tanagra, an ancient Greek town in Boeotia. Gestures arranged in continuous phrases suggest ordinary, yet idealized, activities, such as fastening the shoulders of a tunic, adjusting a sandal, kneeling, lying down to rest and rising. It is an excellent study in typical Duncan slow style.
Study of constant movement flow
|Hortense Kooluris Memorial||2007-10-01||Reiko Morita||Yes|
|Isadora Duncan Dance Group: Tanagras||2003-09-06||Barbara Kane, Annette Mouret, Francoise Rageau, Annette Spector, Christine Grant||Yes||Staged by Barbara Kane|
|Cable TV Interview with Hortense Kooluris||1991||Hortense Kooluris, Juliet Foster||Yes|
|Hortense Kooluris Collection||1978||Hortense Kooluris, Philadelphia Dance Academy Students||Yes|
|Hortense Kooluris Collection||1978||Yes|