Download e-book for kindle: How They Became Famous Dancers: A Dancing History by Anne Dunkin,Christy Little

By Anne Dunkin,Christy Little

ISBN-10: 150855403X

ISBN-13: 9781508554035

How They turned recognized Dancers: A Dancing heritage for younger readers tells the tale of twelve well-known dancers – six girls and 6 males – from diversified elements of the realm. Spanning the 17th into the twenty-first centuries, each one biographical comic strip is put in the subject’s old and cultural context. Dancers comprise: Louis XIV, John Durang, Marie Taglioni, William Henry ‘Juba’ Lane, Anna Pavlova, Rudolf Laban, Doris Humphrey, Michio Ito, Mrinalini Sarabhai, Pearl Primus, Amalia Hernández, and Arthur Mitchell. each one bankruptcy contains “Create a Dance” giving readers the chance to bop themselves in accordance with every one dancer’s style.

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