A History of Dancing
by R. St.-Johnston
Publisher: Simpkin, Marshall, Hamilton, Kent, & co. 1906
Number of pages: 214
Contents: The Muse of Dancing in Ancient Mythology; Dancing as a Religious Ceremony; Ancient Forms of Dancing; Some Early Forms of English Dancing; Allegorical Dances among Primitive Nations; Quaint Dances in Civilized Countries; The Ballet, its origin and development; The Stage Dancing of today; Dancing as a Social Pastime; A Short History of the World's Dancers.
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