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The Great Leap Forward. Dance in the Low Countries: the Advantage of a Lack of Tradition
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The Great Leap Forward. Dance in the Low Countries: the Advantage of a Lack of Tradition

(Ariejan Korteweg) The Low Countries - 1993, № 1, pp. 111-117

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About the blooming of contemporary dance in the Netherlands and Flanders. But if dance in the Netherlands is relatively cherished and cared for like a hothouse plant, in Flanders the various groups have to contend with weather conditions more like those of an open field in order to survive. Yet Flemish dance is a dance of extremes which, like the rose of Jericho, can blossom in that desert.

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