Dancer/Choreographer Martha Graham Speaks on a Radio Interview Program
Dancer/choreographer Martha Graham speaks on a radio interview program. She talks about the importance of dance. She discusses the impact that dance and other art has on people, and of the responsibilities of the artist. Graham is asked to comment on imagination, and responds by saying that imagination is the ability to create images. The interview turns to matters philosophical, with Graham and the interviewer discussing things like destiny and the meaning of life. When the interview is complete, music is played that is associated with Martha Graham's work (duration of approximately 25 minutes).
Holder: Public Domain.
Credit: The recordings are available for listening in the Vincent Voice Library, Michigan State University, and on the Web.
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