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ISSN: 1174-0159 Volume 3 Number 1: Autumn 1998 (May)

Table of Contents and Download Page

This is the list of articles other than normal stuff like Editorial and President's column:

  • Turkish Regional Dances
  • Turkish Costumes from Adiyaman
  • Safe Dance - 'Armed' for exercise
  • Safe Dance - what's afoot?
  • Copying - from an expert - notes on copying audio tapes
  • Folkdance - for World Peace! - an excerpt from a book by George Carlin
  • Folklife In New Zealand - commentary
  • Christmas Time in Ruritania
  • Karamfil - the words
  • 10th National Camp for Recreational Israeli Dance - Registration Form for Machol Pacifica 1998
  • Suffering the Travel-deprivation Horas? - events in Eastern Europe
  • Mayim Mayim - more words
  • "Lublin" Polish Song and Dance Ensemble - winners at this year's Upper Hutt Summer Carnival
  • Food Section: Turos Palacsinta

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