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I've been to Bali [music] / words and music by John Schumann
Bib ID 5780716
Format MusicMusic
Author
Schumann, John
 
Description Willoughby, N.S.W. : Tombola Publishing in conjunction with Warner Bros. Music Australia, ©1984 
1 score (13 p.) ; 31 cm. 
Notes

For voice and piano. Includes chord symbols.

"Redgum"--cover.

"Available on CBS Records & Tapes"--cover.

Subjects Songs with piano.  |  Popular music -- 1981-1990.  |  Bali Island (Indonesia) -- Songs and music.  |  Australian

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