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Analysis of the London ball-room : in which is comprised, the history of the polite art, from the earliest period, interspersed with characteristic observations on each of its popular divisions of country dances, which contain a selection of the most fashionable and popular; quadrilles, including Paine's first set, and a selection from the operas of La Gazza Ladra, Il Don Giovanni, Der Freischutz, Pietro l'Eremita, and Il Tancredi; and waltzes : the whole, with the figures annexed to each, calculated for the use of domestic assemblies, and arranged for the piano-forte.

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Indiana State Library - Indianapolis [Cage] ISLM 793.3 A532 (Text) 903865-1001 Cage General Books Available -

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  • Physical Description: viii pages, 1 leaf, [11]-159 pages : illustrations ; 21 cm
  • Publisher: London : Printed for T. Tegg, 1825.

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Melodies and directions: pages 69-159.
Subject: Dance > History.
Dance music.

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