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  • On tap dancing / Paul Draper ; edited and compiled by Fran Avallone.

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    • New York : M. Dekker, c1978.
    • 1978
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    Text *MGX 78-3875Performing Arts Research Collections - Dance

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  • [Photographs]

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  • Correspondence.

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  • Introduction to tap dancing, taught by Paul Draper at Junior Dansnotator class, November 12, 1961. Notated by: Raymond Cook, Billie Mahoney, Lucy Venable [and] Carl Wolz. [New York, Dance Notation Bureau] 1961. 3 l. of diagrs. 30 cm.

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    • 1961
  • On tap dancing. Edited and compiled by Fran Avallone.

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    • New York, M. Dekker [c1978]
    • 1978
  • [Souvenir program.

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    • New York, Program Publishing Company, 1946?]
    • 1946
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    Text *MGZB (Draper, Paul souvenir program 1946?)Performing Arts Research Collections - Dance

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  • The feet of a bird.

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    • 1963
  • Encore conventions; tap series.

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    • 1963
  • About performance.

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    • 1960
  • Heat.

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    • 1960
  • Time and beat.

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    • 1960
  • On perfection.

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    • 1961
  • Summer scholars.

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    • 1961
  • "There's many a slip..."

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    • 1962
  • Incident in a dancer's job.

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    • 1937
  • A tap adagio.

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    • 1955
  • Tap series: Where is the beat?

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    • 1957
  • So you want to give a recital? Part 1-[2]

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    • 1958
  • A tap barre.

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    • 1954
  • Pull back - pull up.

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    • 1956
  • How fast can you dance?

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    • 1956
  • Resolutions for a tap dancer.

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    • 1956
  • The creative effort.

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    • 1956
  • Some tap turns and jumps.

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    • 1955
  • Rhythm: on and off the beat.

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    • 1955
  • Choreography for tap dancers.

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    • 1956
  • Some difficult steps.

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    • 1956
  • A routine: two approaches.

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    • 1956
  • Technique can't dance.

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    • 1956
  • Some hints for '57.

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    • 1957
  • Basic principles: steps and brushes.

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    • 1957
  • Framework and substance.

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    • 1957
  • Shoes and taps. Part 1 [and part 2]

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    • 1958
  • Tap dancing to classical music.

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    • 1958
  • Over your feet.

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    • 1959
  • Turnout for tap dancers; [Part 1 and part 2]

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    • 1959
  • The tenderfoot.

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    • 1959
  • Tap dancing for groups.

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    • 1958
  • The self-conscious blues.

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    • 1958
  • A New Year's wish.

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    • 1959
  • The value of silence.

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    • 1958
  • Your own two feet.

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    • 1958
  • Tap tour. [Part 1, part 2, part 3]

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    • 1959-1960
  • Improvising.

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    • 1961
  • At ease. [Part 1 and part 2]

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    • 1962
  • Front and back.

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    • 1962
  • Look or listen?

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    • 1962
  • How to be a bad tap dancer.

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    • 1962
  • The meaning of steps.

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    • 1961
  • Music and dancing.

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    • 1961

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