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Reference number: 11298

Date: 2002, August 2

Original format: S-VHS

Colour: col

Running time: 21.36 mins

Description: A recording of a rehearsal of Tzaikerk, performed by Scottish Ballet in the studio at the Company's former headquarters in 261 West Princes Street. The recording was made on 2 August 2002. Scottish Ballet performed Tzaikerk as part of their National Tour that year.

Tzaikerk is a lyrical piece for six female dancers, choreographed by Robert Cohan who was previously a student of Martha Graham. The title is derived from the Armenian for Twilight, as does the score by Alan Hovhaness.

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Credits: [Choreographer: Robert Cohan
Music: Alan Hovhaness]

Shotlist: Rehearsal: 00.06-21.32

Tzaikerk is a lyrical piece for six female dancers, choreographed by Robert Cohan