Which Dance books are in your 'core' library?

Lee Fuell

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Steve,

I'd recommend the complete works of Roy Goldring and John Drewry. If you have DanceData, you can look up Roy and John under People, then look at their lists of publications. If you don't have DanceData, get it before you get the books - go here to find out how:

http://www.scottap.com/dancedata/

For Roy, I'd make sure I had the two Graded and Social volumes and "Wells House and Other Strathspeys." From John, I'd want to be sure and have the Bon Accord Book, the Candadian book, and the Bankhead series. but limiting myself to just those books would be like having only the starter of a full-course gourmet meal.

Cheers,

Lee Fuell
Beavercreek, OH, USA

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