By Michael P. Garofalo.
This webpage provides a list and brief descriptions of the 108 movements of the Yang Style Taijiquan Long Form divided into five sections for teaching (.html and .pdf versions available). The webpage includes an extensive bibliography on the subject, scores of Internet links, historical notes, and quotations.
I try to practice this Yang form as described in this and many other Yang family books and DVDs.
The Yang Long Form discussed on this webpage conforms to the form developed by Yang Cheng-Fu (1883-1936) and documented in books by Fu Zongwen (1903-1994), and Yang Zhenduo. The numbering of the movements varies from author to author, but the essential sequence and moves remains the same.
Mastering Yang Style Taijiquan. Fu Zongwen (1903-1994). Translated by Louis Swaim. Berkeley, California, North Atlantic Books, 1999. Glossary, bibliography, 226 pages. Translations of many Tai Chi classics are included. A list of the 85 movement long form and detailed notes and descriptions of each movement are provided. 251 movement analysis illustrations. Over 76 of the illustrations are traced and drawn from photographs of Yang Cheng-Fu. Detailed descriptions of the long form, pp. 26-162. Push hands information. Yang Tai Chi essentials. ISBN: 1556433182. I have found this to be an excellent book! This book was first published in 1963 in China as "Yang Shi Taijiquan". An informative introduction and good translation by Louis Swaim. VSCL.