ISSN: 1174-0159 Volume 2 Number 1: Autumn 1997 (May)

Table of Contents and Download Page

This is the list of articles other than normal stuff like Editorial and President's column:

  • Hawke's Bay Dancers in Melbourne - five go to a workshop by Moshiko Halevy in Australia
  • WOMAD - a multicultral musical event in Auckland
  • Auckland Seeing More Folkloric Life
  • Safe Dance Series - Part 3 - good advice from Fiona Murdoch, who is a physiotherapist
  • Managing The Impossible With Pleasure - our president talks about her experiences trying to please everybody in the dance group
  • Vraho Vraho - a Greek dance choreographed here in New Zealand
  • Kieron's and Christina's Wedding

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