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The Dance Encyclopedia by  Anatole (editor) Chujoy - Hardcover - 1949 - from The Bookworm and

The Dance Encyclopedia

by Chujoy, Anatole (editor)

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New York: A S Barnes & Company, 1949. Hardbound . BINDING/CONDITION: red cloth with black and gilt, top edge a creamy-yellow; a Very Good+ book, with a Good+ dust jacket; the dust jacket is not price clipped. Arranged in alphabetical order for reference, this handbook contains articles by such authorities as Boris Romanoff, Pearl Primus, George Balanchine, Emily Coleman, and Walter Terry. Includes biographies, information on dance instruction, stage design, and history of all types of dance. 8vo (9.5 inches tall) 546 pages. Bibliography, discography.


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