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William Dance

(1755—1840) pianist and violinist


'William Dance' can also refer to...

Dance, William (1755 - 1840), pianist, violinist

CHAPPELL, William (1908 - 1994), dancer, designer, producer

Dance, William (1755-1840), pianist and violinist

Chappell, William Evelyn [Billy] (1907-1994), dancer and theatre designer

Wells, William Nathan [Jinky] (1868-1953), morris dancer and musician

Beaumont, Cyril William (1891-1976), dance historian and critic

Kimber, William (1872-1961), morris dancer and musician

Kimber, William (1872 - 1949), traditional concertina player, morris dancer

MORRIS, Mark William (born 1956), American choreographer, director and dancer; Founder and Artistic Director, Mark Morris Dance Group, since 1980

39 Dance: Jacques Horish, Bordeaux, to Mr William Dance, at Ann Grove, Near Dublin, 27 February 1757

Castle, Vernon [real name Vernon William Blyth] (1887-1918), ballroom dancer

Lane, William Henry [performing name Juba, Master Juba] (c. 1824-c. 1854), dancer

BEAUMONT, Cyril William (1891 - 1976), bookseller, publisher, writer on Theatre and Dance, particularly the Classical Ballet; Hon. Fellow, Imperial Society of Teachers of Dancing (Chairman, 1958–70); Editor of Dance Journal 1924–70

FORSYTHE, William (born 1949), choreographer; Professor of Dance and Artistic Advisor, Choreographic Institute, Glorya Kaufman School of Dance, University of Southern California, since 2015; Associate Choreographer, Paris Opera Ballet, since 2015

ALSTON, Richard John William (born 1948), choreographer; Artistic Director, The Place, and Richard Alston Dance Company, since 1994

John William Sayer. Ghost Dancing the Law: The Wounded Knee Trials. Cambridge: Harvard University Press. 1997. Pp. ix, 310. $29.95

Landscapes of the Mind: The Music of John McCabe. Compiled and ed. by George Odam.The Innumerable Dance: The Life and Work of William Alwyn. By Adrian Wright.

William H. McNeill. Keeping Together in Time: Dance and Drill in Human History. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press. 1995. Pp. viii, 198. $22.00

Dance Between Two Cultures: Latino Caribbean Literature Written in the United States. William Luis. Nashville and London: Vanderbilt University Press, 1997. xxii + 352 pages. $39.95 cloth.

 
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