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Thank you for inquiring about my Middle Eastern Dance videos. I have several available for sale:
Eva As Dancer Volume I
Excerpts chosen from the dance career of Eva Cernik, 1980-1988 (and its not over yet!)Includes classical Oriental dance, Egyptian and Turkish cabaret styles; Oriental dance with Ghawazee, Turkish, or Tadjik flavor with authentic music; Eastern European Gypsy (Romani) dances; Kuwaiti traditional dance; post-modern dance: air dance, crow dance (original creations); sword dance, fire dance; snake dance.
Most are full-length performances; with live music, taped indoors in TV studios, theaters or cabarets; or outdoors at festivals or parades. (120 minutes)
Eva As Dancer Volume II
Excerpts chosen from the dance career of Eva Cernik, 1989-1991. Eva dancing at Kom Ombo Temple, Egypt; serpentine visions; Arabian Gulf dance; good old-fashioned veil dances; "weird" veil dancing; festival dancing; night-club dances-Turkish style; sword dances; belly-dancing bat; karsilama-solo & group; whirling dervish dances; Ghawazi style cane. Features both live (with audience) and studio performances, most with live music.(120 minutes)
Excerpts chosen from the dance career of Eva Cernik, 1991-1994. The final volume of this phase of my dance career. Contains Turkish-style Oryantal dance to the classic recordings of the old style, as well as live, in concert with musicians. Also includes theatrical pieces, "Beauty and the Beast" where the beast is "old age"; "Partners with the Wind" with technique involving two dancers and one veil; "Little Goddess of the Serpents" Minoan Goddess; and other dances including serpents, swords, fire -- plus some fun. (120 minutes)
(both 120 minutes)
All Tapes are available in VHS, NTSC
Price is $45 (including shipping).
Volumes II or III ofEva As Dancer are $35 if volume I or II was purchased previously, please note with order)
These videos available in VHS, NTSC
$35 per video plus $2 S&H per video (Outside USA$4 per video)
Coming Sometime Eventually:
Dance Imaging trains the eye and mind of the student or aficionado to see what the dancer is really doing. Dance moves have rhythm and motion reminiscent of everyday things around us. These images are superimposed on dance steps and imitated in a studio and in a choreographed dance performed by Eva Cernik in Middle Eastern Oriental style. Eva collected images over eighteen years of teaching through imaging. Available Soon. Please send a post card if you want to be notified when this tape becomes available.
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Denver, CO U.S.A.
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