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Folk dance music [music]
Bib ID 2639022
Format MusicMusic
Description [196-?] 
1 v. ([37] leaves) ; 37 cm. 
Notes

Title from cover.

In English.

Includes [34] roneoed leaves of folk dance music for keyboard, some with words, pasted onto paper in ring binder, with [3] additional loose leaves of instructions for dances.

Most leaves have at head of title: National Fitness Council of Victoria.

At foot of cover title: Ashburton.

MUS: N, MUSM 126438.

Subjects Folk dance music.  |  Folk dancing.  |  Australian
Other authors/contributors National Fitness Council of Victoria

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