Dances of the Sabar OrchestraAdditional title: Harlem Girls Productions present: Dances of the Sabar Orchestra
NamesGueye, Ndeye (Teacher)Gueye, Ndeye (Dancer)Chang, Rosana (Director)Chang, Rosana (Producer)Whitney, Malika Lee (Narrator)Felix, Ife (Producer)Bouffault, Françoise (Writer of accompanying material)Bouffault, Françoise (Director)Vartoogian, Jack (Photographer)Harris, Abayomi (Designer)Lewis, Cathy (Designer)O'Farrow, Julia (Editor)Mendez, Noel (Videographer)Mbaye, Cheik (Performer)M'baye, Abdou (Performer)Gueye, Birahim (Performer)Alexander, Paulette (Dancer)Ricco, Ayanna (Dancer)Aquil, Talibah (Dancer)Harlem Girl Productions (Presenter)
African Dance Video Archive
Dates / OriginDate Created: 1998
Library locationsJerome Robbins Dance DivisionShelf locator: *MGZIDF 4816
TopicsDance -- Study and teaching -- SenegalDance -- SenegalMusic -- SenegalDrum music -- SenegalFolk dance music -- SenegalPercussion music -- SenegalDance music -- SenegalPercussion instruments -- Senegal
GenresFilmed danceFilmed performancesInstructional films
NotesStatement of responsibility: presented by Harlem Girls Production.Statement of responsibility: Documentary footage from Guew Bi ; written and directed by Francoise Bouffault.Creation/production credits: Executive producer, Ife Felix ; producer/director, Rosana Chang ; photographs by Jack Vartoogian ; graphic design by Abayomi Harris, Cathy Lewis ; editor, Julia O'Farrow ; camera, Noel Mendez.Performers: Instructor/dancer, Ndeye Gueye ; narration by Malika Lee Whitney ; Sing Sing Rhythms (drummers), Cheikh Tairou M'baye, Abdou M'baye, Birahim Gueye ; dancers, Paulette Alexander, Ayanna Ricco, Talibah Aquil.Venue: Videotaped during instruction at a studio, New York, N.Y., in 1998.
Physical DescriptionVideocassetteExtent: 1 videocassette (Betacam SP) (45 min.) : sound, color ; 1/2 in.
DescriptionAn instructional dance video featuring N'deye Gueye, a professional dancer from Senegal, teaching the social dance, Kaolack. The video attempts to give the student a sense of the basic steps and rhythm from which the dancer can then develop their own personal style. Accompaniment is given by a family of griots/drummers from Senegal, their language of the drum is as important to the dance as the movements.
Type of ResourceMoving image
IdentifiersRLIN/OCLC: 911270182NYPL catalog ID (B-number): b20646761Universal Unique Identifier (UUID): 69a67f50-4b66-0133-7775-60f81dd2b63c
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