A. Trotter, Tap dance : The lost art form regained (BA, Other, 2010)

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 Author:  Trotter, A. 
 Title:  Tap dance : The lost art form regained 
 Degree, institution:  BA, Other 
 Status, year:  accepted, 2010 (2010) 
 Volumes, pp.:  1 (36pp.) 
 Supervisor(s):  Travis Gatling 
 Repository:  http://rave.ohiolink.edu/etdc/view?acc_num=ouhonors1275769569 
 General specialism:  Musicology 
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 Abstract: 

Tap dance has been long forgotten in the majority of dance programs in higher education. The lack of knowledge of this dance form deters students from learning about a style so rich in cultural history, in part because it derives from many different aspects of performing arts.Tap dance’s history is essential to the future world of dance. In this thesis, I first present the history of tap, followed by the importance of tap in education, and my conclusion. My attempt is to capture the attention of professors and students and allow them to explore the importance of the realm of tap dance as an art form