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* Born 4 April 1895, New York City, New York
* Died 3 March 1991, Honolulu, Hawaii Arthur Murray may never have played a note in his life, but as America's premier dance teacher for over 3 decades, he was featured on two series of albums--one on Capitol in the early 1950s, one on RCA in the late 1950s and early 1960s--both of which hold a few hidden delights. Arthur Murray's Latin Dance SetMurray contributed the footprint map to the art of teaching popular dance steps.
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