Labanotation: The Archie Gemmill Goal, Volume 1
Take the greatest World Cup goal ever, the infamous Archie Gemmill goal from the 1978 Scotland v Netherlands game and transform it into dance. "Labanotation" records the notation of the goal, and three versions of the dance performed by leading Scottish contemporary dance star Andy Howitt. The first version of the goal is performed by Andy in a studio, the second on stage at Sadlers Wells with a posse of school kids, and the third at a Premiership League Derby game. This is a perfect companion to the "Football Haiku" pocketbook and everything you need to celebrate the 2002 World Cup.
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The Archie Gemmill Goal Stage
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