Ballroom Britannia

Croce, Arlene
November 1973
New Yorker;11/12/1973, Vol. 49 Issue 38, p207
The article focuses on the 1973 World's Professional Ballroom Dancing Championships sponsored by Arthur Murray Inc. in New York City. Old-timers and dancers who were in their late twenties to middle thirties were the competitors of the event. Great Britain, which was the country that provided the international pop-rock phenomenon, is also the stronghold of traditional ballroom dancing. Austria, West Germany and Japan were the closest competitors of Great Britain.


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