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Dance and the politics of orality : a study of the Irish scoil rince.
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Dance and the politics of orality : a study of the Irish scoil rince.

Author: Moe Meyer
Edition/Format:   Article : English
Publication:Dance research journal. v. 27, no. 1 (spring 1995), p. 25-39
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Named Person: Allegra Fuller Snyder
Document Type: Article
All Authors / Contributors: Moe Meyer
OCLC Number: 34400505
Notes: Discussion of the Gaelic League, the development of the traditional Irish dancing school (scoil rince), and the link between Ireland's traditional dance and its oral poetry.
Contents: Dance as oral poetry --
Case study : the Irish scoil rince --
Song of the feet : form and transmission of rince gaelacha --
The munteoir --
Battle zone : the context of performance.

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