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Dance Books, Set of 3, VIII

New York City Ballet

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Dance Books, Set of 3, VIII
Dance Books, Set of 3, VIII
Dance Books, Set of 3, VIII
Dance Books, Set of 3, VIII
Dance Books, Set of 3, VIII
Dance Books, Set of 3, VIII

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Condition:
Vintage, antique, or gently used
Made of:
hardcover
Dimensions:
smallest, 6.5"L x 1.5"D x 9.5"H; largest, 7.25"L x .75"D x 10.25"H

Why We Love This

To Dance by Valery Panov with George Feifer (385 pages, Knopf, 1978, ISBN 0-394-49882-8), The Dance: From Ritual to Rock and Roll, Ballet to Ballroom by Joos A.M. Meerloo (first edition, 151 pages, Chilton Company, 1960), and Inside Dance, essays (and signed) by Murray Louis, foreword by Marcel Marceau and introduction by Alwin Nikolais (163 pages, St. Martin's Press, 1980, ISBN 0-312-41871-x).

About New York City Ballet

One of the world's foremost dance companies, New York City Ballet is a cultural phenomenon with an unparalleled repertory of modern masterpieces. Founded in 1948 by legendary choreographer George Balanchine and arts patron Lincoln Kirstein, the Company quickly stood out for its athletic, contemporary style, and original ballets that forever changed the face of classical dance. Now under the direction of Peter Martins, NYCB continues its legacy of passion and excellence as it nurtures a new generation of dancers and choreographers. New York City Ballet is committed to promoting creative excellence and nurturing a new generation of dancers and choreographers. Proceeds from this sale will help support NYCB's tradition of excellence.