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THE DANCE:THE STORY OF THE DANCE BY JOHN MARTIN,1946

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Publication Year:

1946

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Performing Arts

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TAKE A LOOK AT THE OLD AND RARE BOOKS THAT I HAVE IN MY STORE. I ALSO HAVE DANCE AND THEATER BOOKS IN MY STORE. Be sure to add me to your favorites list! My books have tight bindings with clean pages and Glossy covers. They are in good condition from my Smoke-free home. I Ship fast using Low shipping costs. Save time and money. Have your book delivered to your door! THE DANCE: The Story of the Dance told in pictures and text by JOHN JOSEPH MARTIN Hardcover: 160 pages Publisher: Tudor publishing company (1946) Language: English ASIN: B0006AR38G NO DUSTJACKET BUT DARK BLUE BOARD COVER HAS AN OUTLINE OF THIS DANCER IN SILVER. Dance critic of the New York Times traces the development of the dance from its primitive beginnings, through folk and early ballroom dancing, court and modern ballet, pageants and spectacles, to the latest forms, with a chapter on the films. Book covers basic dance, folk, ballroom, ballet, dance as means of communication, dance in movies. PART 1-Basic Dance, PART 2-Dance for the Sake of the Dancer, PART 3-Dance as Spectacle, PART 4-Dance as a Means of Communication, PART 5-Dance in the Technological Era. A fine historical overview, with more than 260 great action photos. New York Times dance critic examines the history of dance from tribal to Gene Kelley. 266 Superb Action Photos-profusely illustrated with BLACK AND WHITE photos. Pavlova, Nijinska, Balenchine, Tudor, Nijinsky, Massine, Diaghileff, Dunca, Denishawn, Wigman, Holm, Humphrey, Weidman, Graham, Tamiris, Astaire, Kelly. Many wonderful amazing photographs on every page. More that 260 photographs. Inspiring book in excellent condition. Index. Black-and-white illustrations, mostly photographs. Navy blue cloth with silver dancer figure on front cover. Author was dance critic for New York Times. "In magnificent pictures and vivid prose, the distinguished dance critic of the New York Times traces the development of the dance from its primitive beginnings through folk and early ballroom dancing, court and modern ballet, pageants and spectacles, to the latest forms, with a chapter on the films." Comments: Very nice copy. 1946 Edition. DARK Blue cloth cover. P.O. NAME on INSIDE COVER, otherwise no marks, stains, tears or dogears. Inside very clean. Pages aging but in very good shape. Cover has light handling soil, VERY MINOR corner bumps and wear to the top and bottom of spine. Smoke free environment Condition: Please note if you are purchasing a used item: Although some of my inventory may be in Like New or Very Good condition, most used materials show mild to moderate wear and tear.
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