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2.18.1. Dance Bookstores




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This article is from the Ballet and Modern Dance FAQ, by Tom Parsons twp@panix.com with numerous contributions by others.

2.18.1. Dance Bookstores

Some of the larger bookstores may have special sections devoted to
dance. For example, Barnes & Noble's main store in Manhattan (5th Ave. and
18th Street) has such a section. Bookstores located near performing-arts
locales may offer dance books. Otherwise, you will have to resort to
specialty stores. Here are a few; others will be added in time.

Arts Books
E-mail: cathm@arts-books.com
Web: http://www.arts-books.com
An on-line dance bookstore.

The Ballet Company
1887 Broadway
New York, New York 10023
(212) 246-6893
(800) 219-7335
Fax (212) 246-6899
Collectibles, books, videos, apparel

Dance Books, Ltd.
http://www.antiquarian.com/dancebooks/
An on-line dance bookstore.

The Dance Mart (books and memorabilia)
Box 994
Teaneck, N. J. 07666
(Send them a large stamped envelope and they will send you a catalog.)

Golden Legend, Inc.
(Member Antiquarian Booksellers Association of America)
7615 Sunset Boulevard
Los Angeles, Calif. 90046
(323) 850-5520
Fax (323) 850-1524
e-mail legenda@ix.netcom.com

JB Muns
Fine Arts Books
1162 Shattuck Ave
Berkeley, Calif. 94707
Dance/Music Catalogue #156

Original Music (books and videos, mostly non-Western and "ethnic")
418 Lasher Road
Tivoli, N. Y. 12583
Phone 914-756-2767
Fax: 914-756-2027
E-mail orimu@aol.com

Pages - Books of the Dance
16 Dakin Avenue, Mount Kisco NY 10549
914-666-8281
E-mail PagesTLG@aol.com
Antiquarian book dealers specializing in ballet.

Princeton Books
POB 57
Pennington, New Jersey 08534
(800) 326-7149
http://www.dancehorizons.com

 

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