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View Resource 500 Years of Italian Dance: Treasures from the Cia Fornaroli Collection

This lovely addition to the expanding universe of web-accessible, digital versions of primary sources, was created by the New York Public Library and includes color lithographs, engravings, and other types of prints documenting the history of dance in Italy, collected by Walter Toscanini (son of the Italian conductor Arturo Toscanini). The collection is named for the younger Toscanini's wife,...
View Resource University of New Hampshire Digital Collections: Music & Dance

The University of New Hampshire continues its wonderful tradition of digital collections with these celebratory offerings of music and dance. Here, visitors will find two primary publications: Northern Junket and American Squares. This first publication was a collection of New England folk dances, songs, and square dances published between 1953 and the mid-1980s. Published by Ralph Page, visitors...