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Koo-Wee-Rup : Potato Festival song / words and music by Frank Hinz
Bib ID 32625
Format BookBook
Author
Hinz, Frank
 
Description Frankston, Vic. : Sound Austral, [1979] 
1 score ([3]p.) ; 30cm. 
Series

Everyone's songs ; 102.

Subjects Festivals -- Songs and music.  |  Koo-Wee-Rup (Vic.) -- Songs and music.
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