Been having no luck searching youtube or Google, thought maybe I'd tried here (since I've come across so many other TB members who remembered some of the same Soundstage episodes I first watched in my teens). Sometime in the mid- to late-1970s, or perhaps very early 1980s, I saw a show on the PBS station featuring Dave Brubeck and his sons Chris on bass & trombone, Danny on drums, & Darius on keyboards. I distinctly remember Chris playing a fretless Rickenbacker 4001, and Darius playing some ARP synthesizers and maybe a Fender Rhodes electric piano. They performed a number of classic Brubeck (and Desmond) numbers. But then there was a segment -- which I'm pretty sure had been videotaped at another time/location -- of a dance number that Dave had written the music for. For some reason I want to say the choreographer was Merce Cunningham, but I could be wrong about that. Maybe it was Murray Louis? The thing that was especially memorable about this dance number though was I remember they said it had been choreographed first ...and then Dave wrote the music to fit the finished dance. The music was a bit martial, almost angular: Straight eighths, no swing, more modernist than jazz per se. In hindsight my (admittedly hazy) recollection is that both rhythmically and harmonically it was Copland-esque. I also remember listening to Chick Corea's "Where Have I Danced With You Before" from Return To Forever's Where Have I Known You Before album thinking "hey, this sounds kinda like that Dave Brubeck piece that he wrote to fit the dance!" Anyway... Anyone know what I'm talking about? I would love to see/hear that Brubeck dance number again.