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Triptych [music] : for organ / by R. J. Stove
Bib ID 3857552
Format MusicMusic
Author
Stove, R. J. (Robert James), 1961-
 
Description Wollongong, N.S.W. : Publications by Wirripang, 2006 
14 p. ; 30 cm. 
ISMN M720065762  9790720065762 
Full contents
  • Paean
  • Communion
  • Toccata.
 
Notes

Cover title.

Includes composer's notes about the music and biographical notes on the composer.

Spiral binding.

Subjects Organ music.  |  Australian
Also Titled

Triptych, paean, communion, toccata.

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