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Australia's band world band of the century [picture] : conductor: A.H. Baile ; drum major: Bill Marchingo
Bib ID 2396137
Format PicturePicture
Uniform Title Australia's band world
Description [Kangaroo Flat, N.S.W. : Muso's Media, 2001] 
1 poster : ports ; 42 cm. 
Notes

The journal's selection of 32 musicians who have contributed to brass band history in Australia during the twentieth century. Centre port. is of Baile with an insert of Marchingo. Short biographies with ports are included in the Australia's band world, Jan. 2001, p. 9-12.

Limited ed. of 100.

Subjects Marchingo, Bill.  |  Baile, A. H. (Albert), 1882 or 1888-1961.  |  Brass instrument players -- Australia -- Biography.  |  Brass bands -- Australia -- History.
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Band of the century

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