Found in 13 Collections and/or Records:
File contains Ballroom Choreography materials used for teaching by the Gwen Bowen School of Dance Arts.
This box contains a folder containing a minidisk sound recording and its associated choreography cue sheets.
This box contains a box with pins and provenance letter.
The box contains 15 VHS tapes and 7 DVDs that are official recordings from the Universal Round Dance Conventions dating 2004-2006. Videos include the teaching seminars, outreach seminars, dance showcases, and a 30-year historical retrospective on the URDC presented in 2006.
This folder contains convention syllabus for the 9th International Round Dance Convention in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Syllabus contents includes a letter from Mayor Jean Dapreau, clinic and workshop descriptions, and dance cue sheets.
Contains the original 3-ring binder for 9th convention syllabus, held in Montreal, Quebec. First International convention.
This folder include an oral release form.
This folder contains a minidisk recording and the cue sheets for an associated, pre-choreographed dance. The minidisk contains an MP3 file of “Oh, How I Miss You Tonight” performed by Jim Reeves and Deborah Allen. The cue sheet is for the “I Miss You Waltz,” choreographed in 2002 in memory of cancer victims Marilyn McAdams, Deann Voss, and Mickey Moore. Mickey Moor was co-president of the Universal Round Dance Council at the time of her death in August of 2001.
The International Choreographed Ballroom Dance Association was started as the National Round Dance Board of Review in 1976-1977, became the Universal Round Dance Council in 1977, and changed to its current name in late 2007. The collection primarily consists of official newsletters and convention syllabi from 1979-2012, plus organizing correspondence from 1976-1979, official convention recordings from 2004-2005, and some ephemera.