Tapdance classics & legendary dancers

In this category you’ll find many famous tap routines, analyzed step by step, as well as complete research documents about tap styles and dancers

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Just a few examples of documents that might interest you:

  • Tap Dance Classics N° 2a – Singin’ In The Rain” – ALL OF IT! The complete tap edition: all the routines of the famous film, analyzed Step by Step by Victor Cuno.
  • Tap Dance Classics N° 5 – “B.S.-Chorus for Rhythm-Dancers” Eddie Brown (afro-american Rhythm-Tap) + 2 famous routines: “Up-To-The-Front” (3 chorus-routine) and “Highland Fling” (fast 2 chorus-routine)
  • Tap Dance Classics N° 9 – “Begin The Beguine” & “Juke Box Dance” – 2 absolutely great tapdance classics as choreographed & danced by Fred Astaire & Eleanor Powell for the film “Broadway Melody of 1940”. Analyzed Step by Step with an introduction by Victor Cuno
  • Tap Dance Classics N° 10 – BUSTER BROWN: LAURA. A great tap routine in the Paddle-And-Roll Style of the afro-american tradition.
  • Tap Dance Classics N°14 – The Nicholas Brothers – Their famous routines from the 1930s. 120 p. Edited, commented and analyzed step by step by Victor Cuno
  • Tap Dance Research N°10 – The B.S.-Chorus. A tapdance research book by Victor Cuno (350 p). The famous afro-american routine with full documentation.