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Report on Traditional Dance: Conceptual Model and Pedagogical Issues. Report submitted to the European Union (Socrates-Minerva) for the OpenDance project.

By Vicky Karkou and A Nundy

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Karkou V and Nundy A. (2007

Publisher: OpenDance
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