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The whole GV section is dedicated to recreation, but the GV1580's -- GV1790's are located on Hale Library's 3rd floor. This is the subsection related specifically to Dance.
Titles are grouped by their subject so there are smaller sections within the dance area.
These are just a few examples:
GV 1597 - Dancing as a profession
GV 1600 - Dance criticism, appreciation
GV 1645-GV 1728 - Dance history (and historical dance)
GV 1743 - National dances. Folk dances and dancing (General)
GV 1746-GV 1771 - Social dancing. Ballroom dancing
GV 1781-GV 1795 - Theatrical dancing
Music titles are located on the 4th floor:
M 1450 - Dance music
M 1520 - M 1526 Ballets (full scores, piano scores, excerpts)
These are located on 1st floor:
QM 1- QM 511 - General human anatomy
QP 1 - QP 345 - General physiology
And the RC's are in Stack A:
RC 1220 - Sports medicine - Dance