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Dance Research Journal Committee on Research in Dance (CORD) Volume IX/2, Spring/Summer 1977 by Committee on Research in Dance (CORD); Elizabeth Burtner (Ed) - 1977-01-01 - from Epilonian Books (SKU: 20210405011)

Dance Research Journal Committee on Research in Dance (CORD) Volume IX/2, Spring/Summer 1977

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Dance Research Journal Committee on Research in Dance (CORD) Volume IX/2, Spring/Summer 1977

by Committee on Research in Dance (CORD); Elizabeth Burtner (Ed)

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Committee on Research in Dance (CORD), 1977-01-01. Gift. Very Good. Committee on Research in Dance (CORD)(formerly CORD News), Volume IX/2 Spring / Summer 1977. Paper covers, 48 pp, staple bound. In very good condition. Cream paper covers have light bumping and creasing to edges and corners and light overall scuffing, aging and soiling. Binding tight (staple bound). Pages clean and unmarked. NOT Ex-Library. NO remainder marks. Contents include: Dance Notation Preserved at Motsuji (An addendum to "Dance to Song in Japan") by Frank Hoff; Translated Excerpts of Chinese Dance Notation: Introductionby Gloria B. Strauss Translations by Camella Wing and Leung Yuen-wah; The Legacy to Nihon Buyo by Joyce Rutherford Malm; REVIEWS: The Sorrow of the Lonely and the Burning of the Dancers by Edward L. Schieffelin, reviewed by Joann W. Kealiinohomoku; The Divine Virginia. A Biography of Virginia Zucchi by Ivor Guest, reviewed by Dianne L. Woodruff; The VRI Slide Library of Dance History, Volume I: Survey by Dianne L. Woodruff, Susan R. Stickler, Robin Woodard, Reviewed by Selma L. Odom; Dictionary Catalog of the Dance Collection, Performing Arts Research Center, New York Public Library, Lincoln Center, reviewed by Adina Armelagos. REPORTS : Workshop on No Drama and Greek Tragedy by Frank Hoff; The Development of an Asian Archive in the Dance Collection of the Performing Arts Research Center, New York Public Library, Lincoln Center by Genevieve Oswald

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20210405011
Title
Dance Research Journal Committee on Research in Dance (CORD) Volume IX/2, Spring/Summer 1977
Author
Committee on Research in Dance (CORD); Elizabeth Burtner (Ed)
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Publisher
Committee on Research in Dance (CORD)
Date published
1977-01-01
Keywords
Dance, Single issue magazine

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