excerpt from 'The Long and short of it: being the recollections and reminiscences of Edna Bold' pp. 57-58 (112 words)

excerpt from 'The Long and short of it: being the recollections and reminiscences of Edna Bold' pp. 57-58 (112 words)

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The Long and short of it: being the recollections and reminiscences of Edna Bold

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[Edna Bold qualified as a primary school teacher in the 1920s and then, driven by her love of dance, attended evening classes and qualified for the Imperial Society of Teacher’s Certificate of Dancing’, offering free ‘Natural Movement’ classes to elementary school children].

 

The children danced, I danced, some of the teachers danced. We gave no concerts, displays, demonstrations. There was never any audience, except one observer. J. W. R. would hear snatches of Bach, Beethoven, Brahms floating up to his room. Down he would come, take his stance at the side of the hall and watch. As suddenly and silently as he appeared, he as silently disappeared. 

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