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Collector's choice of traditional music for country dances, quadrilles and cotillions in Australia. Vol. 2 [music] / compiled by Peter Ellis
Bib ID 1872106
Format MusicMusic
Description Melbourne : Victorian Folk Music Club Inc., 1987 
[vii], 171 p. : ill., ports. ; 30 cm. 
ISBN 0959826939
Notes

Cover title.

For bush bands. Melody line only.

"Includes over 250 tunes in brackets for 40 bush dances and old-time sets".

"Companion to 'Take your partners' by Shirley Andrews".

Includes index of tunes.

Spiral binding.

Subjects Folk dance music - Australia.  |  Dance music - Australia.

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