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American tap dancing dictionary by Charles Kelley

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Published by DEA in [S.l.] .
Written in English

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  • Tap dancing -- Dictionaries.

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Edition Notes

StatementDance Educators of America.
ContributionsDance Educators of America.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsGV1794 .K45 1990
The Physical Object
Pagination71 p. ;
Number of Pages71
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1984054M
LC Control Number90231781

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Here is the vibrant, colorful, high-stepping story of tap -- the first comprehensive, fully documented history of a uniquely American art form, exploring all aspects of the intricate musical and social exchange that evolved from Afro-Irish percussive step dances like the jig, gioube, buck-and-wing, and juba to the work of such contemporary tap luminaries as Gregory Hines, Brenda Bufalino, Dianne Walker, and Savion .   Constance Valis Hill is a dance historian and choreographer. She is Five College Professor of Dance at Hampshire College and the author of Tap Dancing America: A Cultural History (OUP, ) and Brotherhood in Rhythm: The Jazz Tap Dancing of the Nicholas Brothers (Oxford University Press, ), winner of a ASCAP Deems-Taylor s: 1.   Here is the vibrant, colorful, high-stepping story of tap — the first comprehensive, fully documented history of a uniquely American art form, exploring all aspects of the intricate musical and social exchange that evolved from Afro-Irish percussive step dances like the jig, gioube, buck-and-wing, and juba to the work of such contemporary tap luminaries as Gregory Hines, Brenda Bufalino, Dianne Brand: Oxford University Press. Tap is a form of American percussive dance that emphasizes the interplay of rhythms produced by the feet. Fused from African and European music and dance styles, tap evolved over hundreds of years, shaped by the constant exchanges and imitations that occurred between the black and white cultures as they converged in America.