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Nicholson's correspondence course for the Spanish guitar / compiled by H. Phillip Skinner
Bib ID 2843869
Format BookBook
Description Sydney : Nicholson's, c1942 
37 p. : ill. ; 36 cm. 
Notes

"For Spanish or plectrum guitar (specially suitable for hill billy solos)".

Cover title.

Includes lessons 1 to 10.

"Nicholson's postal course for plectrum guitar" --Running title.

Subjects Guitar -- Instruction and study.
Other authors/contributors Skinner, Phil, 1903-1991

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