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Traditional songs of the Maori / [compiled] by Mervyn McLean and Margaret Orbell. [music]
Bib ID 238409
Format MusicMusic
Description Wellington [N.Z.] : Reed in Association with the Australian Performing Right Association Music Committee in New Zealand, 1975 
324 p. of music ; 26 x 38 cm. 
ISBN 0589007483
Notes

Words in Maori and English.

Fifty songs with music transcribed by M. Mclean and texts translated and annotated by M. Orbell.

Includes indexes.

Bibliography: p. 320-321.

MUS: N, MUSM 106293.

Subjects Songs, Maori.
Other authors/contributors McLean, Mervyn  |  Orbell, Margaret  |  Australian Performing Right Association. Music Committee in New Zealand

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