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Tharp

 (thärp), Twyla Born 1941.
American dancer and choreographer whose works, such as Deuce Coupe (1973), combine jazz, tap, ballet, and modern dance.

Tharp

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(Biography) Twyla (ˈtwaɪlə). born 1941, US choreographer, whose work fuses classical ballet with modern dance
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Noun1.Tharp - innovative United States dancer and choreographer (born in 1941)
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