Gotta Dance!: The Rhythms of Jazz and Tap
Under dazzling lights, music and movement have become one in the rich traditions of jazz and tap dance. From the early vaudeville shows to the bright lights and billboards of New York City's Great White Way; from the first class a young dancer takes to the stars of the silver screen, Gotta Dance! The Rhythms of Jazz and Tap takes readers on a rhythmic ride of popular dance. This book will give young readers a keen understanding of the nature of jazz and tap by exploring the worlds of these truly American dance styles.
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