Tap Dancing

Tap Dancing

History and Performance

Streaming Video - 1972
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This program traces the history of tap dancing, featuring a demonstration of various tap dance styles by two masters of the art, Ralph Brown and Chuck Green. Routines include single and double time steps, the cramp roll, the buck and wing, over-the-top and through-the-trenches. The program also examines the origin and development of tap dance in film clips from a 1897 Edison production and other turn of the century film records, and an excerpt from No Man's Land (1931) in which Louis Douglas dances in the style of Bill Robinson.
Publisher: ©1972
New York, N.Y. :, Distributed by Films Media Group,, 2016
[Place of publication not identified] :, Creative Arts Television (Firm),, [1972]
Copyright Date: ©1972
Characteristics: 1 online resource (1 video file (27 min., 43 sec.)) :,sound, color
video file, rda
Alternative Title: History and Performance


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