Teaching the Magic of Dance.
Jacques d'Amboise, Hope Cooke & Carolyn George.

New York: Simon & Schuster, 1983. First edition 11" x 8.5". 123pp. Glossy illustrated paperback. Mild general wear, overall nice VG+ condition. This copy signed and inscribed by d'Amboise on the first leaf. With many black & white illustrations. Not an instructional book, this volume recounts d'Amboise's methods and ideas about teaching dance. Jacques d'Amboise was a principal dancer with the New York City Ballet, where ballets were especially created for him by famous choreographer George Balanchine. He also choreographed ballets for the New York City Ballet. He also founded the National Dance Institute in 1976. Paperback (Item ID: 10400)


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