Edna Bold in Manchester - between the 1900's and the 1910's
Not all love affairs are human. I began to sense this sounder, more enduring, more rewarding state of affairs when my serious involvement with Dance began.
I danced as naturally as I walked from my earliest years. I improvised (as did most other children) to the tunes churned out by the barrel organs or my father’s gramophone.
I was in the last year at the secondary school when my infatuation with the dance began. Madge Atkinson, together with her star pupils, came to demonstrate 'Natural Movement'.
Edna Bold, The Long and short of it: being the recollections and reminiscences of Edna Bold. In Brunel University Burnett Archive of Working Class Autobiographies, number 2:85, p. 54-55. https://led.kmi.open.ac.uk/entity/lexp/1531317550521 accessed: 6 April, 2020
Listening tohide composers
|unspecified barrel organ and gramophone music|
|Date/Time||between the 1900's and the 1910's|
|Listening Environment||in private, indoors, outdoors, in public|