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The Don Banks Collection in the National Library of Australia : a guide to Don Banks' personal papers and scores, together with his personal library of books, serials, recordings and miscellanea, as housed in the Manuscript Section, the Music Collection and the Oral History Section of the National Library of Australia / Graham Hair
Bib ID 1878578
Format BookBook
Author
Hair, Graham, 1943-
 
Description [Canberra] : Manuscript Section, National Library of Australia, 1999 
147 p. ; 30 cm. 
ISBN 0642107114
Notes

Spiral binding.

Subjects Banks, Don, - 1923-1980 - Archives.  |  National Library of Australia - Catalogs.  |  National Library of Australia. - Manuscript Section.  |  Composers - Australia - Archives.  |  Music - Australia - 20th century.
Other authors/contributors National Library of Australia. Manuscript Section

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