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The Walking Frog (Cakewalk)
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composed by Karl Lawrence King, 1891-1971 (1919) (Cimarron Music Press, 2010), 3 page(s)
composed by Karl Lawrence King, 1891-1971 (1919) (Cimarron Music Press, 2010), 3 page(s)
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performed by Booker T. Sapps; in Alan Lomax, Zora Neale Hurston, and Mary Elizabeth Barnicle Expedition Collection: Vol. 15 (Alexander Street, 2009), 3 mins
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America Dances! 1897-1948 A collector's Edition of Social Dance in Film, with audio descriptions
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produced by Dancetime Publications (Kentfield, CA: Dancetime Publications, 2003), 1 hour 19 mins
The America Dances! video presents original film clips of Americans dancing iconic, vintage dances. Dancetime Publications has culled fascinating, incredible footage from multiple archives and libraries to create this astounding collection. A collectible treasure, America Dances! is a fascinating, original-source...
produced by Dancetime Publications (Kentfield, CA: Dancetime Publications, 2003), 1 hour 19 mins
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(and so on): Break, Street, Punk, Slam, Moonwalk, Voguing, Hip Hop, MTV styles, Country, Two-stepping, Line Dance
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in 500 Years of Social Dance, Vol. 2: 20th Century (Dancetime Publications, 2002), 7 mins
Volume II of Dancetime! takes viewers on a whirlwind tour of American social dance in the 20th century. Watch as each innovative dance explodes onto the scene, reflecting the decades of the 1900s. As people and ideas began to travel more quickly, dance styles and fads were born, popularized, and transformed. In th...
in 500 Years of Social Dance, Vol. 2: 20th Century (Dancetime Publications, 2002), 7 mins
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Pattering Feet - Intermezzo Two Step
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composed by Gustav Dreier; conducted by Anthony Godwin; produced by Brian Couzens, 1933-2015; performed by Palm Court Theatre Orchestra; in Vintage Parade (Chandos, 1994), 5 mins
composed by Gustav Dreier; conducted by Anthony Godwin; produced by Brian Couzens, 1933-2015; performed by Palm Court Theatre Orchestra; in Vintage Parade (Chandos, 1994), 5 mins
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Cajun Social Music
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(Smithsonian Folkways Recordings, 1990), 36 mins
Both live and studio performances by legends of French Louisiana. Abshire, Duhon, Savoy, Courville, and other names now widely known outside of Cajun country are captured here. The beauty and vitality of this wonderful musical culture are unique. Reissue of Folkways 2621 from 1975.

"Unpolished and spontaneo...

(Smithsonian Folkways Recordings, 1990), 36 mins
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Two-step
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directed by Carol Téten; produced by Carol Téten; performed by Dance Through Time; in Dancing in the 20th Century (Dancetime Publications, 1987), 3 mins
Three-part performance of 20th-century social dances. Most of the dances are announced through dialogues spoken by the dancers.
directed by Carol Téten; produced by Carol Téten; performed by Dance Through Time; in Dancing in the 20th Century (Dancetime Publications, 1987), 3 mins
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Quoi Faire Donc?
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performed by Dewey Balfa, 1927-1992, Tony Balfa, fl. 1984 and Tracy Schwarz, 1938-; in Les Quatre Vieux Garçons (Folkways Records, 1984), 3 mins
Les Quatre Vieux Garçons—"The Four Bachelors"—perform a rousing set of Cajun tunes and songs on this album, which features Dewey Balfa and Tracy Schwarz, Tony Balfa, and Peter Schwarz. The members all play multiple instruments. On this album we hear fiddle, accordion, guitar, bass, and vocals.
performed by Dewey Balfa, 1927-1992, Tony Balfa, fl. 1984 and Tracy Schwarz, 1938-; in Les Quatre Vieux Garçons (Folkways Records, 1984), 3 mins
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Early Syncopated Dance Music - Cakewalks, Two-Steps, Trots and Glides
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produced by David A. Jasen, 1937- (Folkways Records, 1978), 46 mins
Lively, singable, and simple, cakewalks, two-steps, and other social dance rhythms captured the minds and feet of the American dancing public at the beginning of the twentieth century. This selection introduces a variety of these hopping tunes, as well as an unusual instructional track that teaches listeners how...
produced by David A. Jasen, 1937- (Folkways Records, 1978), 46 mins
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