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Garofoli, Wendy, Dance Teacher


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The Peabody Award-winning children's DVD Nursery Tap Hip to Toe, Volume One will get youngsters moving to familiar beats. Set to a collection of 30 classic nursery rhymes such as "Old King Cole," "Peter Piper" and "One, Two, Buckle My Shoe," the 33-minute video features ballet, tap and hip-hop movements shot from the waist down, so young audiences can focus on the dancing without facial distractions. Produced by Nursery Tap, LLC, the DVD also includes a companion soundtrack CD. Info: 888-855-0545; www. …

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