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How to enjoy ballet without really trying, or, Ballet for beginners / John Cargher ; with the collaboration of Petal Miller-Ashmole
Bib ID 1746163
Format BookBook
Author
Cargher, John, 1919-2008
 
Description Melbourne : Hill of Content in association with Australian Broadcasting Corporation, 1990 
143 p., xvi p. of plates : ill. ; 23 cm. 
ISBN 0855721936
0855721944
Subjects Ballet.
Other authors/contributors Miller-Ashmole, Petal  |  Australian Broadcasting Corporation
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Ballet for beginners

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