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- Martha @ ... Full Company
- Great Performances: Free To Dance - Biographies - Mary Hinkson
- Yienan Song: Dancing from the Dream State
Martha @ ... Full Company
Graham herself couldn't have done better. He has also created many musicals and dance performances. Some of his most famous are Martha Others regard Move as "The definitive, living history of one of dance's great artists. The Interview with, "Move brilliantly incarnates her In an interview with The New York Times , Move spoke of the political importance of XXYY and told Siobhan Burke, "We seem to have taken a pretty large step backward in terms of understanding gender identity and accepting minoritarian sexuality.
Through Move, these voices spoke to each other, and to us. The Graham choreography he performed was an exhibit, yet so was he: a dancer as a living archive of dance. As Artistic Director of MoveOpolis! He also produced and directed the infamous professional wrestler, The Iron Sheik , in his one-man show, which previewed at Caroline's in New York City.
Move is recipient of numerous awards including grants from Creative Capital  and the Foundation for Contemporary Performance. Move's films and photographs have been exhibited internationally at festivals, museums and galleries, and Move often makes appearances as a public speaker on topics related to the arts. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
Richard Move. New York City. The New York Times. Retrieved February 27, Retrieved October 16, Meet 12 young artists who say yes". Retrieved January 18, Retrieved July 22, Pratt Institute.
Retrieved April 18, Queens College. The Court found that many of the certificates of registration obtained by both the Martha Graham School and Dance Foundation and the Martha Graham Center of Contemporary Dance did not constitute evidence of copyright ownership because they were based-sometimes by deliberate misrepresentation-on the incorrect premise that the works were unpublished, and because there were competing certificates. The court ruled that copyrights in a total of 45 dances belonged to the Martha Graham Center of Contemporary Dance.
Judge Jon O. Newman stated:. The critical events span sixty-five years, many of the pertinent facts are obscured by inadequate record-keeping, and the copyright issues require consideration of several provisions of both the and Copyright Acts. Under the Act, choreography could be registered, pursuant to regulations, as a species of dramatic composition.
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Explicit federal copyright protection for choreography was not provided until the Act included choreographic works among the categories of works eligible for protection. Like other creative works, dances are available for statutory copyright if fixed in any tangible medium of expression.
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Under the Act, applicable to works created before January 1, , state common law copyright provided protection until first publication, and thereafter the work was entitled to an initial year term of statutory copyright, provided that adequate statutory notice was given at publication, or appropriate registration and deposit were made. In the absence of adequate statutory notice at publication, the work was injected into the public domain.
If adequate statutory notice was given, then application for renewal made during the last year of the initial term would extend the copyright for a renewal term of 28 additional years. Under the Act, works that were created on or after January 1, , acquired statutory copyright upon creation. The copyright terms for works The concept of work made for hire Although Graham was an employee of the School from through , she was only a part-time employee, and, more significantly, we see no evidence that the scope of her employment included choreography.
Great Performances: Free To Dance - Biographies - Mary Hinkson
It also firmly established Aaron Copland's reputation as the most representative American composer. Martha Graham's influence looms large in the history of 20th century dance, and the technique she developed is now regarded as standard for modern dance. Many prominent dancers have studied her technique or danced in her company.
She was the recipient of many awards in America and abroad, including the Medal of Freedom in presented by President Ford, and the Kennedy Center Honors for her lifetime of achievement. Alicia Byers. Noted dance critic Anna Kisselgoff acknowledged Graham's influence: "She has created an original dance language -- a codified alternative to the idiom of classical ballet.
Yienan Song: Dancing from the Dream State
Martha Graham's name remains a virtual synonym for modern dance. The astounding aspect of today's dance scene is the extent to which her idiom has also penetrated the ballet companies and musical theater of our time. Of Graham's technique, she says it "rests upon the principle of 'contraction and release' -- a movement whose angularity, percussiveness and tension are easily related to the dissonance of modern times of American life in particular. The Library's relationship with the Graham estate began with discussions regarding a possible Graham Company re-creation of Appalachian Spring in the Library's Coolidge Auditorium.
Newsom wanted this performance to be the focal point of the concert series marking the th anniversary of the Library's Music Division.
These initial discussions also included negotiations for receipt of the archives. Both of these possibilities have, as of this year, become realities. The archives, at around , items, include photographs, video and audio tapes of Graham at work, her correspondence with other 20th century luminaries such as Agnes DeMille, Jacqueline Onassis, Leonard Bernstein and others; annotated music manuscripts; dance notation manuscripts; and notebooks containing her choreographic notes. The Graham Archives are due to arrive in the Music Division this September, and researchers will have access to materials as soon as the collection is processed.
Fulfilling the next part of the agreement with the Graham Trust, the Library's Music Division presented a commemorative performance by the Martha Graham Dance Company on June 15 and This performance featured Appalachian Spring in a recreation of the premiere as well as a newly commissioned work by Broadway choreographer Susan Stroman. Terese Capucilli, Graham Company principal dancer and associate artistic director, on performing the lead role of "The Bride" in Appalachian Spring, said, "I learned [Graham's original role] from Martha and have been performing it for 15 years.