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APA Citation

Scott, Alan.  (1993).  A Collector's songbook words and music of thirty-one traditional songs.

MLA Citation

Scott, Alan.  A Collector's songbook [music] : words and music of thirty-one traditional songs / collected in Australia and compiled by Alan Scott  1993

Australian/Harvard Citation

Scott, Alan.  1993,  A Collector's songbook [music] : words and music of thirty-one traditional songs / collected in Australia and compiled by Alan Scott

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  | title=A Collector's songbook [music] : words and music of thirty-one traditional songs / collected in Australia and compiled by Alan Scott
  | author1=Scott, Alan, 1930-1995
  | year=1993
  | publisher=Carrawobbity Press Sub-Committee of Wongawilli Colonial Dance Club Inc
  | language=English
}}

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