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Progressive studies [music] : for banjo, American and English systems / by Walter J. Stent
Bib ID 3804744
Format MusicMusic, OnlineOnline
Author
Stent, Walter J
 
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Description Sydney : Walter J. Stent, 1896 
44 p. ; 32 cm. 
Notes

For banjo.

"Walter J. Stent, soloist, teacher and leader of American banjo club"

"A clear exposition of the American & English systems"--Cover.

"Published at 19 Hunter Street, Sydney ... Registered for transmission by mail. March 1st, 1896."

Also available online http://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-177009927

Subjects Banjo -- Studies and exercises.  |  Banjo music -- Teaching pieces.  |  Australian
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Progressive studies for the banjo

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