10 Folk Dances in Labanotation
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Pamphlet by Lucy Venable and Fred Berk. Published 1959 by M. Witmark & Sons. Consists of beginners' lessons in elementary Labanotation with examples of increasingly difficult dances written out. Notated Israeli dances include Cherkessia and Debka Debka, with related dances like Korobushka.
From the Introduction:
In this little volume we introduce a system of notation --Labanotation,which will enable you to learn to read a dance from the printed score just as though it were a piece of music. . . . You can learn to read and write sufficient Labanotation for your purpose while you are Folk Dancing.