THE DANCE ENCYCLOPEDIA by Anatole & P.W. Manchester Chujoy

THE DANCE ENCYCLOPEDIA

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A revised and enlarged edition of The Dance Encyclopedia (1949) contains over 3000 entries on 1000 pages, covers history, biography, music names, dates, places, criticism, choreography, stage settings; ballet, tap, modern, folk ballroom dance; terminology, technique, instruction and education. Old and new dance compositions, with plot summaries, names of choreographers, designers, composers, music, original casts and dates of premiere performances. Articles on dance in the Soviet Union, England, Denmark, Sweden, the Netherlands, Finland, Israel, Yugoslavia and the U.S.A. Among the contributors: George Balanchine, Edwin Denby, John Martin, Walter Terry.

Pub Date: Nov. 1st, 1967
Publisher: Simon & Schuster