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Posted 27 May 2001 - 12:55 AM

In the May 18 issue of the Times Literary Supplement, Alastair Macaulay reviews "The Oxford Dictionary of Dance" by Debra Craine and Judith Mackrell. He praises it for some things, such as its inclusion of a larger number of composers and designers than usually found in dance dictionaries, but is disturbed by some factual inaccuracies. He also notes with concern that Bill T. Jones receives more space than A. or G. Vestris, Bournonville, or Fred Astaire. (Link available online to subscribers only.)


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