The Internet provides access to a wide variety of dance notations for teachers needing to research a dance, or refresh their memory. This is a partial listing of some of those sources. Of course you will find some dance descriptions on multiple sites.
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Northern California Folk Dance Federation: www.folkdance.com
Southern California Folk Dance Federation: www.socalfolkdance.com
Stockton Folk Dance Camp: www.folkdancecamp.org
Miami Valley Folk Dancer: www.daytonfolkdance.com
The Dick Oakes Collection: www.phantomranch.net
The Tom Deering Collection: www.seanet.com (Bulgaria, Macedonia & Romania)
Bob Shapiro’s Collection: www.folkdancenotes.com
Andrew Carnie’s Collection: www.folkdancenotes.com
The Evansville Collection: www.evansvillefolkdancers.com
The Dunav Collection: www.dunav.org.il
The Tom Masterson Folk Dance database: A database with over 100,000 entries, containing information about dances, types of dances, associated countries, dance descriptions, videos, sheet music, sources (record,tape,cassette,CD,DVD) http://danceophile.com/folk_database.htm.