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On With the Dance/Endings and Beginnings Paperback – January 1, by Michael Hardwick (Author)5/5(1). Text: introductory essay "On with the dance" by Shaemas O Sheel, p. [ix]-xvii; reproductions On with the dance ! book photographs: pictures of the dance, including five colored mounted plates (exclusive of frontispiece), p.
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Noël wrote the book and lyrics with music by Noël and Philip Braham who had written additional songs for Noël's first revue London Calling. Background "On with the Dance" was recorded in the studio on 9 and 10 Januarywith a retake filmed on the morning of 7 April.
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Sonia Varinoff (Mae Murray) travels from Russia to New York to be with her father, who is a librarian for Schuyler Van Vechtan (John Miltern). Sonia, however, is a flighty young girl who does not. Third edition of Ballet & Modern Dance: A Concise History, by Jack Anderson.
Originally printed in and re-issued inthis book is valuable because Jack Anderson is a dependable source of dance history. Princeton Book Company. Big Deal: Bob Fosse and Dance in the American Musical, by Kevin Winkler. Oxford University Press.
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