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Penn SU Libr. Xhibit-History of Dance NotationEuropean Dance & Dance Notation Exhibit


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#1 eabock

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Posted 21 November 2003 - 10:34 AM

The Special Collections Library of Penn State University
has an exhibit, "Dancing by the Book: European Dance
and Dance Notation, 1531-1801 through Jan 30 2004.

The Library recently received the Mary Ann O'Brian
Malkin Collection of Early Dance, 1531-1804.

For an illustrated announcement of the exhibition, see
http://www.libraries...inExh_1003.html

Edwin Bock

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Posted 21 November 2003 - 10:46 AM

Thanks so much for posting the link. I had lost track of when the show was opening.

For people in the area, it is indeed a fabulous collection, and well worth seeing. Alas, I am 3000 miles away, so if anyone goes, please post your thoughts!


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