The Oxford Dictionary of Dance

The Oxford Dictionary of Dance

The Oxford Dictionary of Dance

Entries provide information on the history and terminology of classical, modern, traditional, and social dance forms from throughout the world, including choreographers and composers, dance companies, and notable works.

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Pages : 527 pages
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