Radif-e raqs: collection of dance sequences of the Persian tradition
Katherine St. John, Lloyd Miller, Mahera Harouny, Society for Preservation and Propagation of Eastern Arts, Center for Preservation and Propagation of Iranian Music
Society for Preservation and Propagation of Eastern Arts, 1987 - Music - 310 pages
Instruction and historical background for dances from Persia and other "silk route" areas, such as Afghanistan, Kurdistan, Armenia, India, Korea, and Central Asia.
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