This file is part of the list of Frequently Asked Questions for the newsgroup rec.arts.dance. These are mostly postings, written by the contributors to that group, that someone thought were worth preserving.
This list is currently being maintained by Victor Eijkhout, who can be reached as victor at eijkhout dot net (see also his web page at http://www.eijkhout.net/). Please mail the maintainer only with additions or corrections to this list; if you have any regular dance question, please post it on the newsgroup.
Dance and the net.
Dance, not on the net (music, supplies, et cetera).
About specific dances.
- Dance music, specifically for a wedding (including Love Potion #9); advice for live dance bands.
- Dance supplies (shoes, dance wear, et cetera).
- Dance on film and television and in literature.
- Build your own dance floor.
- Tips for dance clubs (social stuff, insurance).
- Equipment (camera, amplification, microphones).
- Looking for a dance partner?
- Dance notation and software.
- State dances.
- The patron saint of dancers.
- Bpm and Mpm tables and counting.
- Obituaries of dancers and people involved with dance.
- Dance Studios.
- Technical topics.
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Listen up: Victor did not write most of this stuff; he just collected it. So don't send him any dance questions.
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Last modified on: 2000, Sunday October 8.