Notated Music Graham Dancers Offer Stimulating Program
Gunn, Glenn Dillard
Washington Times Herald
Deaths and Entrances
- Graham Dancers Offer Stimulating Program
- Contributor Names
- Gunn, Glenn Dillard (author)
- Created / Published
- Washington Times-Herald, Washington, DC, January 24, 1945.
- Subject Headings
- - Every Soul Is a Circus
- - Deaths and Entrances
- - Appalachian Spring
- - review of performance at Constitution Hall, from the Washington Times-Herald, Jan 24, 1945. (General)
- - Reproduced with permission of Martha Graham Resources, a division of The Martha Graham Center of Contemporary Dance, www.marthagraham.org. (Copyright Notice)
- 1p., 4 1/4 in. x 7 1/4 in.
- Music Division
- Other Formats
- LC Classification
- Martha Graham Collection Box 322, #269
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