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Romainian Folk Dance Collection (Popescu-Judetz, Georghe and Eugenia, collectors)

- COLLECTION INVENTORY AND DESCRIPTION

COLLECTION INVENTORY AND DESCRIPTION

SERIES I


Contents: Series I : The collection was donated to the Library of Congress in 1990 and 1995 in batches that included parts of each subseries of material, i.e., one shipment contained some music arrangements and notebooks; another shipment included the rest of the arrangements and notebooks. The inventories for the audio recordings and manuscript materials (such as the dance and music notations) were prepared by Eugenia Popescu-Judetz to accompany each shipment. Since she was able to spend more time on the initial inventories, the first parts of these documents are more detailed than later addendums. Furthermore, introductions to the inventories refer to the items donated at the time the initial inventory was written but not to later additions.
Contents: The field transcriptions of music are contained in notebooks and sheet sets. The 113 music notebooks are bound, paper volumes that contain holographic scores and sketches of more than 3,000 Romanian dance tunes and songs transcribed in the field between 1949 and 1972. The 40 sets of sheet music (referred to by the donor as "music sheets") are bound and unbound sets of pages that contain more than 250 melodies transcribed between 1950 and 1970. The notebooks and sheets were used to record songs performed on request in the villages and during on-going events such as festivals. They document the work of the fieldwork team's music transcriber, primarily Grigore Suchici, fiddler, and Constantin Arvinte, the composer/music arranger for the CiocÓrlia Ensemble. The transcriber notated the melody played with the dance under study, either on the spot or later by listening to a field recording. Each book and sheet set contains a number of melodies. Later, under Gheorghe Popescu-Judetz's direction, Arvinte and others used these materials to write arrangements and scores for stage performances of the ensemble. In fact, many pages contain notes and references that were added later by Gheorghe.
Contents: The 50 music arrangements in the collection represent compositions that were prepared for performing purposes. They consist of harmonizations, scores, and compositions created by various composers for dance performances of the CiocÓrlia and Perinitza Ensembles, primarily based on fieldwork conducted by the Popescu-Judetzes. Some of the arrangements were used for rehearsals and to teach Romanian folk dances and suites to other dance ensembles.
Contents: The notation that documents the Romanian folk dance in this collection is found in the field notebooks and notation files. Gheorghe created this unique system of notation out of his need to record the dances in the field accurately and quickly, at villages, festivals, and competitions. From 1949 to 1955, Gheorghe worked on a system that focused on footwork, including the positions and movements of the passive (non-weight-bearing) foot. The system could be used to make quick notes in the field or notate complete dances. Gheorghe refined the system and used it in choreography work for the ensemble, published books, and teaching. Eugenia also used the notation for the same purposes and continued to draw on it when teaching and choreographing Romanian folk dance in the United States. After further developing the system, she published Judetz Folk Dance Notation in 1979 (see folder 32).
Contents: Gheorghe Popescu-Judetz's 45 field notebooks are rich in dance notation and other information. He used the notebooks, which date between 1950 and 1970, to document his dance research and professional activities. They serve as the primary source of field documentation and provide an insight into his life and creative process. Arranged in random order (some volumes contain multiple years), the notebooks contain a variety of information such as names and addresses of informants; quick sketches of dance notation accompanied by written descriptions; notes from his participation on dance competition juries; notes describing performance groups and dances at folk festivals; sketches of costumes, textile patterns, and motifs; and descriptions of informants documented in photographs. The notebooks also contain information relating to professional ensemble activities, such as dance rehearsal schedules, casting lists, and production notes.
Contents: The 33 dance notation "files" (the donor's groupings) contain hundreds of leaves primarily of notation and written descriptions of at least several thousand Romanian folk dance variants, from rough drafts to final forms. They were made by Gheorghe Popescu-Judetz between 1949 and 1972, either in the field or transcribed later, and include camera-ready versions prepared by a cartographer for publication. The dances are mainly grouped by region, and represent field work and choreographies for the stage. Of special note are seven files of calu_ dance variants, and the staging diagrams for choreographic works Gheorghe created for performing ensembles, predominantly CiocÓrlia.
Contents: The dance notation files include materials other than notation. "Nunta la Bele_i," a 26-page, handwritten manuscript, describes a wedding ritual in Bele_i village (Gheorghe's birthplace), Muscel district, as it was performed between 1900 and 1940. Gheorghe formally researched this event between 1960 and 1964. The ethnographic document includes descriptions of the participants, costuming, orations, dance, music lyrics, and explanations of the rituals involved. "Mic Dictionar al Jocurilor Populare din Zonele Folclorice Neamt si Bacau" (Small Dictionary of Folk Dances from Neamt in Bacau District) is a 421-page handwritten manuscript. Gheorghe wrote it as part of a larger ethnographic work on the folk arts of the Bicaz-Neamt area, Moldavia, that was never published. Based on research he conducted for 17 years, it contains an alphabetically-arranged description of almost 800 dance variants from the area, including type of dance, posture, place, dance name synonyms, accompanying lyrics or chants, and so forth. (Elsewhere the collection includes graphs, maps, and indexes intended to accompany this chapter.) The last nine files in the series are devoted to Gheorghe's work on the metric and rhythmic analysis of Romanian dance. He held the theory that the roots of Romanian dance rhythms share a common origin with classical Greek poetic meters. The files contain classifications of dance rhythms; taxonomic, rhythmic, and metric diagrams; and specific dance examples.
Contents: One of Gheorghe Popescu-Judetz's goals was to make a general catalog of all Romanian folk dances and their variants. To that end, with Eugenia's assistance, he drew on the research described above to compile iterations of lists of dances on index cards and paper sheets. Dances listed individually on index cards often include descriptive information. At least 4,000 dances are listed. Some of this material appeared in the glossaries and indexes of his published books.
Contents: The audio recordings in Series I were made in the field by Gheorghe and Eugenia Popescu-Judetz between 1950 and 1972. They contain more than 3,200 melodies of Romanian, Turkish, and East Indian folk and traditional music, with some informant interviews. The bulk of the recordings are Romanian dance tunes, songs, and ballads performed by folk musicians, singers, and ensembles from all regions of Romania and Yugoslavian Banat. The collection also includes recordings made by Eugenia of Turkish folk music in Dobrudja, Dervish ceremonies in Anatolia, and samples of folk and classical music in India.
Contents: The 100 graphic images in this series are primarily black and white photoprints of various sizes and include some collages made of photoprints, drawings, postcards, and text. They are arranged in five groups: fieldwork, Gheorghe Popescu-Judetz and the CiocÓrlia Ensemble, portraits of the Popescu-Judetzes, series for sketches of the Doiul dance from Banat, and Eugenia Popescu-Judetz. The images span the years 1938 to 1974, with the bulk dating between 1950 and 1970. The collage pages, created by Gheorghe, were taken from scrapbooks he kept to document fieldwork projects, dance competitions, and world dance tours.
Contents: The moving images in the collection consist of three short, silent, black and white films (two 8 mm and one 16 mm). They provide a glimpse of several dance styles and costuming as well as views of the Romanian countryside.

MANUSCRIPTS

Contents: The collection was donated to the Library of Congress in 1990 and 1995 in batches that included parts of each subseries of material, i.e., one shipment contained some music arrangements and notebooks; another shipment included the rest of the arrangements and notebooks. The inventories for the audio recordings and manuscript materials (such as the dance and music notations) were prepared by Eugenia Popescu-Judetz to accompany each shipment. Since she was able to spend more time on the initial inventories, the first parts of these documents are more detailed than later addendums. Furthermore, introductions to the inventories refer to the items donated at the time the initial inventory was written but not to later additions.

Archive of Folk Culture administrative materials.


Folder 1
The collection guide

Administrative Materials

Folder 2-4
Inventory of music notebooks.
Physical Description: 200 pages, typed

Inventory prepared by Eugenia Popescu-Judetz. Includes melody title and genre, transcriber, place of recording, composer (if appropriate), instrument, singer/musician, and date of recording
Arrangement: In numerical order by notebook number.

Folder 5
Inventory of music sheets
Physical Description: Sixteen pages, typed

Prepared by Eugenia Popescu-Judetz. Includes transcriber, melody title, place of recording, musician, instrument, and date of recording.
Arrangement: In numerical order by sheet number. Each multi-leaved "sheet" contains a number of melodies.

Folder 6
Inventory of music arrangements.
Physical Description: Three pages, typed

Inventory prepared by Eugenia Popescu-Judetz. Includes name of arrangement, composer, and date of recording.
Arrangement: In numerical order by arrangement number.

Folder 7
Inventory of field notebooks-dance notation.
Physical Description: Four pages

Inventory prepared by Eugenia Popescu-Judetz.
Arrangement: In numerical order by notebook number.

Folder 8
Inventory of dance notation files.
Physical Description: Seventeen pages, typed

Inventory prepared by Eugenia Popescu-Judetz. Includes descriptions of types of dances by region or dance style, title of dance or choreography, or general description of contents (i.e., glossary, rhythmic diagrams).
Arrangement: In numerical order by file number.

Folder 9-11
Inventory of audio recordings.
Physical Description: 238 pages, typed

Inventory prepared by Eugenia Popescu-Judetz. Includes melody title and genre, singers and/or musicians, place of recording, instruments, and date of recording.
Arrangement: In numerical order by original tape number, with reference to the listening copies.

Folder 12
Audiotape concordance.

Concordance of original audiotapes and listening copies. Includes handwritten concordance prepared by Eugenia Popescu-Judetz without AFC numbers.

Folder 13-14
Inventories of audio recordings by tape reel.

Originals and photocopies of typed and handwritten sheets listing the contents of each audiotape reel. Prepared by Gheorghe and Eugenia Popescu-Judetz. Originals were housed with the tape reels.

Folder 15
Miscellaneous inventories

Inventories of dance indexes, photoprints, films, and published LPs (LPs transferred to Recorded Sound Division).

Folder 16
Curriculum vitae.

Curriculum vitae of Gheorghe Popescu-Judetz and Eugenia Popescu-Judetz. Prepared by Eugenia Popescu-Judetz. Also includes miscellaneous biographical information.

Music Transcription

The field transcriptions of music are contained in notebooks and sheet sets. The 113 music notebooks are bound, paper volumes that contain holographic scores and sketches of more than 3,000 Romanian dance tunes and songs transcribed in the field between 1949 and 1972. The 40 sets of sheet music (referred to by the donor as "music sheets") are bound and unbound sets of pages that contain more than 250 melodies transcribed between 1950 and 1970. The notebooks and sheets were used to record songs performed on request in the villages and during on-going events such as festivals. They document the work of the fieldwork team's music transcriber, primarily Grigore Suchici, fiddler, and Constantin Arvinte, the composer/music arranger for the CiocÓrlia Ensemble. The transcriber notated the melody played with the dance under study, either on the spot or later by listening to a field recording. Each book and sheet set contains a number of melodies. Later, under Gheorghe Popescu-Judetz's direction, Arvinte and others used these materials to write arrangements and scores for stage performances of the ensemble. In fact, many pages contain notes and references that were added later by Gheorghe.

The 50 music arrangements in the collection represent compositions that were prepared for performing purposes. They consist of harmonizations, scores, and compositions created by various composers for dance performances of the CiocÓrlia and Perinitza Ensembles, primarily based on fieldwork conducted by the Popescu-Judetzes. Some of the arrangements were used for rehearsals and to teach Romanian folk dances and suites to other dance ensembles.

Box 2-6
Music notebooks. 1949-1972
Physical Description: 113 9 1/2 x 6 1/2 bound, paper notebooks.

Notebooks containing holograph sketches and scores of more than 3,000 melodies transcribed in the field. Predominantly dance tunes and songs. Identifying information includes melody title, transcriber, informant/musician, instruments, date, and place of recording (in Romanian). See folders 2-4 for inventory.
Arrangement: Arranged numerically in the collector's order.

Folder 17-23
Music sheets. 1950-1970
Physical Description: Forty sets of 9 1/2 x 14 bound and unbound, multiple-leaved music sheets.

Music sheets containing holographic sketches and scores of more than 250 melodies transcribed in the fiel. Predominantly dance tunes and songs. Identifying information includes melody title, transcriber, informant/musician, instruments, date and place of recording (in Romanian). See folder 5 for inventory.
Arrangement: Arranged numerically in the collector's order.

Folder 24-31
Music arrangements. 1949-1969
Physical Description: Fifty sets of 9 1/2 x 14 bound and unbound, multiple-leaved music sheets.

Music sheets containing holographic harmonizations and scores created for performances by CiocÓrlia and Perinitza Ensembles. Each score has a title, composer, and often the date of composition or transcription (in Romanian). See folder 6 for inventory.
Arrangement: Arranged numerically in the collector's order.

Dance Notation

Gheorghe Popescu-Judetz's 45 field notebooks are rich in dance notation and other information. He used the notebooks, which date between 1950 and 1970, to document his dance research and professional activities. They serve as the primary source of field documentation and provide an insight into his life and creative process. Arranged in random order (some volumes contain multiple years), the notebooks contain a variety of information such as names and addresses of informants; quick sketches of dance notation accompanied by written descriptions; notes from his participation on dance competition juries; notes describing performance groups and dances at folk festivals; sketches of costumes, textile patterns, and motifs; and descriptions of informants documented in photographs. The notebooks also contain information relating to professional ensemble activities, such as dance rehearsal schedules, casting lists, and production notes.

The 33 dance notation "files" (the donor's groupings) contain hundreds of leaves primarily of notation and written descriptions of at least several thousand Romanian folk dance variants, from rough drafts to final forms. They were made by Gheorghe Popescu-Judetz between 1949 and 1972, either in the field or transcribed later, and include camera-ready versions prepared by a cartographer for publication. The dances are mainly grouped by region, and represent field work and choreographies for the stage. Of special note are seven files of calu_ dance variants, and the staging diagrams for choreographic works Gheorghe created for performing ensembles, predominantly CiocÓrlia.

The dance notation files include materials other than notation. "Nunta la Bele_i," a 26-page, handwritten manuscript, describes a wedding ritual in Bele_i village (Gheorghe's birthplace), Muscel district, as it was performed between 1900 and 1940. Gheorghe formally researched this event between 1960 and 1964. The ethnographic document includes descriptions of the participants, costuming, orations, dance, music lyrics, and explanations of the rituals involved. "Mic Dictionar al Jocurilor Populare din Zonele Folclorice Neamt si Bacau" (Small Dictionary of Folk Dances from Neamt in Bacau District) is a 421-page handwritten manuscript. Gheorghe wrote it as part of a larger ethnographic work on the folk arts of the Bicaz-Neamt area, Moldavia, that was never published. Based on research he conducted for 17 years, it contains an alphabetically-arranged description of almost 800 dance variants from the area, including type of dance, posture, place, dance name synonyms, accompanying lyrics or chants, and so forth. (Elsewhere the collection includes graphs, maps, and indexes intended to accompany this chapter.) The last nine files in the series are devoted to Gheorghe's work on the metric and rhythmic analysis of Romanian dance. He held the theory that the roots of Romanian dance rhythms share a common origin with classical Greek poetic meters. The files contain classifications of dance rhythms; taxonomic, rhythmic, and metric diagrams; and specific dance examples.

Box 11-15
Field notebooks-dance notation. 1950-1970
Physical Description: Forty-five bound (hard- and soft-covered) paper notebooks, predominantly 5 3/4 x 8.

Notebooks used by Gheorghe Popescu-Jedetz in the field. Contain his handwritten notes, dance notations, sketches, etc. (in Romanian). Contributions occasionally made by Eugenia Popescu-Judetz. See folder 7 for inventory.
Arrangement: Arranged numerically in the collector's order.

Folder 32
Dance notation book. 1979
Physical Description: Bound, paper-covered publication

Judetz Folk Dance Notation, created by Gheorghe Popescu-Judetz. Edited and revised by Eugenia Popescu-Judetz and James Rocevic. Pittsburgh PA: Duquesne University Tamburitzans, Institute of Folk Arts.Explains the Judetz dance notation system. Includes notation exercises. One copy.

Folder 33-156
Dance notation files. 1949-1952
Physical Description: Thirty-three "files" (original groupings) of 8 1/4 x 11 3/4 paper sheets

Dance notation and description. Originals and photocopies.Prepared by Gheorghe Popescu-Judetz. The bulk of the material is handwritten dance notation, from sketches and rough drafts through publication-ready final versions. Descriptive information may include name of dance/variant, place, informant, and date. Dance notations usually grouped by region or dance type. Files also contain choreographies for performances, including staging diagrams; a manuscript of an ethnographic description of a wedding ritual (23 pages); a manuscript of a glossary of dances from Bicaz, Moldavia (421 pages); and classifications, diagrams, and analyses of rhythm and meter patterns (in Romanian).
Arrangement: Arranged numerically by file number in the collector's order.

Dance Index

Box 25 - Folder 157-166
Index cards. 1950-1970
Physical Description: Seven "stacks" (groups) of 6 x 4 sheets of paper; one "stack" of two-sided 8 x 11 3/4 sheets of thin paper.

Cards containing information on individual dances. Created by Gheorghe Popescu-Judetz, with some assistance from Eugenia and others. Primarily based on information collected in the field and documented in sources listed above. For the most part, each sheet contains handwritten or typed information on a single dance type, including variants, locations, and other descriptive information (in Romanian). The 8 x 11 3/4 sheets of thin paper contain handwritten copies of multiple index cards that since have been destroyed.
Arrangement: Arranged numerically in the collector's order, with several groupings by geographical region.

Box 27
Listing 1. 1965-1970
Physical Description: Bound, alphabetically-tabbed 8 1/2 x 11 3/4 volume

Contains a list of more than 4,000 dance names. Within each tabbed section, dance names and locations listed in random order (in Romanian). Handwritten by Gheorghe Popescu-Judetz. Primarily based on information collected in the field and documented in other sources in the collection. Contains notes on informants and so forth in the back.

Folder 167-168
Listing 2. 1954-1956
Physical Description: Thirty-four pages

Manuscript listing dances from Bicaz, Moldavia region. Typewritten with handwritten corrections (in Romanian). Based on materials collected in the field and documented in other sources listed above. Dances indexed by name, place, and variants. Created by Gheorghe Popescu-Judetz to accompany unpublished volume on folk dances from the Bicaz area (see folders 113-136, 174-178).

Folder 169-173
Listings 3-4.
Physical Description: Two sets of paper sheets (one 8 1/2 x 11 3/4 and one 6 x 8 1/2, respectively)

Contains drafts and worksheets of dance listings from all regions. Handwritten by Gheorghe Popescu-Judetz (in Romanian).

Graphs and Maps

Folder 174-178
Graphs and maps
Physical Description: Two multi-paged, bound, handwritten graphs and three hand-drawn maps

Contain analyses of dances from the Bicaz area (originals and photocopies). Prepared by Gheorghe Popescu-Judetz to accompany the manuscript on folk dances from this area (see folders 113-136, 167-168). The graphs depict characteristics of 213 dances (such as formation, positions, function, location) and the frequency by location of 90 dances, respectively. The maps portray 1) the "interference and circulation" of dances (transmission and dissemination), 2) the transmission of one dance type (ardelesc), and 3) zones of "interpenetration" (influences from other regions).

Scenarios

Folder 179-180
Scenarios. 1960, 1964
Physical Description: Two handwritten manuscripts

Manuscripts describing scenarios for two stage productions by Eugenia Popescu-Judetz (in Romanian). The Dobrudja Suite scenario was created in 1960 for the Perinitza Ensemble. The Moldavian Folk Theater scenario was created in 1964 for the CiocÓrlia Ensemble

Dance Notes

Folder 181-182
Dance Notes. 1966-1972

Draft of introduction to unpublished volume on 200 folk dances from Olt, Muntenia region (in Romanian). Handwritten and typewritten by Gheorghe Popescu-Judetz, based on research.

Ephemera

Folder 183-184
Show programs. 1938-1974

Miscellaneous programs of performances in Romania and elsewhere of the Perinitza Ensemble and other groups that feature choreographic works by Gheorghe and Eugenia Popescu-Judetz. In Romanian, Turkish, French, German, and English.

Folder 185-188
Show programs, Tamburitzans. 1971-1980

Performance programs of the Duquesne University Tamburitzans, 35th to 43rd seasons. Includes choreographic works by Eugenia Popescu-Judetz.
Arrangement: Arranged chronologically.

Folder 189
Publicity. 1968-1971

Photocopies of newsclippings documenting the international activities of Eugenia Popescu-Judetz and the Perinitza Ensemble. In English, Finnish, French, and Turkish.

Folder 190
Printed music from the collection.
Physical Description:

Four printed music folios of dance music from the collection (n.d.). The music was used by the Popescu-Judetzes in workshops where they taught folk dances to teachers from folk art schools and to amateur choreographers.

Miscellaneous

Folder 191-192
Album jackets and sheet music covers.

Photocopies of published album jackets and sheet music covers of Romanian folk dance music.

Original materials transferred to Recorded Sound Division.

Folder 193
Album notes.

Photocopies of portions of the booklets accompanying "Antologia Muzicii Populare Romanesti" (Anthology of Romanian Folk Music), volumes one and two. Describes folk instruments, songs, dances, and customs in English.

Original discs and booklets transferred to Recorded Sound Division.

Folder 194-195
Costume collection, Kent State University.

Accession reports and inventory lists from the Kent State University Museum collection of costumes, artifacts, and photographs donated by Eugenia Popescu-Judetz. Includes items on long-term loan from the Duquesne University Tamburitzans' Popescu-Judetz Collection of Romanian Costumes and Artifacts. Also includes two copies of the brochure, "The Romanian Exhibition," presented by the Kent State University Museum that contains photographs of costumes donated by Eugenia Popescu-Judetz.

AUDIO RECORDINGS

AFC 1990/022:SR1-48.
Audio Recordings. 1950-1972
Physical Description: Forty-eight mono 5" reels.

Original field recordings made by Gheorghe and Eugenia Popescu-Judetz. See folders 9-11 for inventory.
Arrangement: Arranged numerically in the collector's order.

Listening copies are available in the Folklife Reading Room.

GRAPHIC MATERIALS

Box 30-32 AFC 1990/022:P1-P100.
Photoprints
Physical Description: 100 black and white photoprints of various sizes, one color photoprint, and two copy negatives.

Photographed by Gheorghe Popescu-Judetz and others. See folder 15 for inventory.
Arrangement: Arranged in rough chronological order in the following groups: fieldwork, Gheorghe Popescu-Judetz and CiocÓrlia Ensemble, photoprints and portraits of Gheorghe and Eugenia Popescu-Judetz, series for sketches of the Doiul dance from Banat, and Eugenia Popescu-Judetz.

Folder 198-200
Photocopies of photoprints

MOVING IMAGES

Box 33

AFC1990/022:F1.
BrÓul dance. 1966
Physical Description: 1 reel, 8 mm, 100 ft., silent, black and white film.

Filmed by Marty Koenig in Dobrudja, Romania. Koenig later gave this copy of the film to Eugenia Popescu-Judetz. Documents Gheorghe Popescu-Judetz, in street clothes, demonstrating a BrÓul dance.

AFC1990/022:F2.
Transylvanian dance. 1952
Physical Description: 1 reel, 16 mm, 55 ft., silent, black and white film

Filmed by Gheorghe Popescu-Judetz in Transylvania. Informants Liana Tircolea and Gheorghe Covaci, dressed in costume, demonstrate a couple dance, Suit_ de pe Some_. Covaci then demonstrates a men's dance, B_rbuncul.

AFC1990/022:F3.
Moldavian, Muntenian, and Oltenian dance. 1955
Physical Description: 1 reel, 8 mm, 86 ft., silent, black and white film.

Filmed by Gheorghe Popescu-Judetz, in Moldavia, Muntenia, and Oltenia. Documents various informants in costume, outdoor scenes, and panoramic views.

SERIES II


Contents: Series II consists of materials about the collection generated by the Library of Congress. It contains manuscipt material, audio recordings, graphic materials, and video recordings concerning the March 1995 interviews with donor Eugenia Popescu-Judetz. The interviews provide background information on the collection, biographical information about the Popescu-Judetzes, and further insight into the relationships between the materials in the collection. This series is open.

MANUSCRIPTS

Folder 196
Oral history interview. March 28-30, 1995; June 16, 1995

Questions, tape logs, and notes from interviews with donor Eugenia Popescu-Judetz, March 28-30, 1995. Conducted by Michelle Forner at the American Folklife Center, Library of Congress. See audio recordings AFC 1990/022:SR49-57 and video recordings AFC 1990/022:V1-5. Also includes notes from June phone interview.

Folder 201
Dance Studies article: "Jienii".

Photocopy of article by Eugenia Popescu-Judetz, "Disemic Features in the Romanian Folk Musical 'Jienii.'" Appeared in Dance Studies, Volume 3, 1993. Article focused on material drawn from Popescu-Judetz Collection. (Forwarded by donor to collection, 7/96.)

Folder 202
Music notation-Dance Studies article.

Copies of hand-written music notation of songs from the musical "Jienii." Notation appeared in the Dance Studies article in Folder 201. (Forwarded by donor to collection, 7/96.)

AUDIO RECORDINGS

AFC 1990/022:SR49-57

Box 34
Oral history interview. March 28-30, 1995
Physical Description: Nine audiocassettes

Interviews with Eugenia Popescu-Judetz conducted by Michelle Forner at the American Folklife Center, Library of Congress. Recorded concurrently with videotapes.

Listening copies available in the Folklife Reading Room.

GRAPHIC MATERIALS

Folder 197 - Envelope 1
Interview session photographs. March 30, 1995
Physical Description: One sheet of black and white 35 mm negatives (36 images), one 8 x 10 black and white contact sheet, and four black and white 8 x 10 photoprint.

Photoprints taken of Eugenia Popescu-Judetz and Michelle Forner during an interview session. Photographed by James Hardin.

MOVING IMAGES

AFC 1990/022:V1-5

Box 35
Oral history interview. March 28-30, 1995
Physical Description: Five videocassettes, hi8

Interviews with Eugenia Popescu-Judetz conducted by Michelle Forner at the American Folklife Center, Library of Congress. Filmed concurrently with audiotapes. Viewing copies available in the Folklife Reading Room.


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