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Sokolow discussing her mentor, Louis Horst

"From the very first day I studied with Louis Horst, I knew that for me, it wasn't just enough to be a soloist. His way of working introduced us to music. Because you know a lot of dancers don't know anything about music, to this day. They hear it, it goes in one ear and out the other. But this man made us aware of the significance and the beauty of music, all kinds of music.

"Even today I think, 'Would Louis Horst like this? Would Louis Horst like this?' He had impeccable taste, and he was probably one of the most truthful people in the dance world. He never, never lied. He was never polite, but he was noble."

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From Margaret Murphy and Lucille Rhodes, Anna Sokolow, Choreographer, ? 1980

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1975

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Jewish Women's Archive. "Sokolow discussing her mentor, Louis Horst." (Viewed on September 30, 2014) <http://jwa.org/media/sokolow-discussing-her-mentor-louis-horst>.

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