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We sing in a strange land: A history of change ringing in Australia and New Zealand to 1988 ePub download

by Elizabeth Bleby

  • Author: Elizabeth Bleby
  • ISBN: 0731670078
  • ISBN13: 978-0731670079
  • ePub: 1156 kb | FB2: 1385 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Australia & Oceania
  • Publisher: Australian and New Zealand Association of Bellringers (1989)
  • Pages: 208
  • Rating: 4.5/5
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We sing in a strange land: A history of change ringing in Australia and New Zealand to 1988 ePub download

Published 1989 by The Australian and New Zealand Association of Bellringers.

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We Sing in a Strange Land: a History of Change Ringing in Australia and New Zealand. Bleby, Elizabeth (2001). Their sound has gone forth: a history of change ringing in Australia and New Zealand to 2001. South Australia: The Australian and New Zealand Association of Bellringers. p. 61. ISBN 0 8.

Bleby, Elizabeth (1989). We Sing in a Strange Land: a History of Change Ringing in Australia and New Zealand. ^ Cummins, John. We sing in a strange land: a history of change ringing in Australia and New Zealand to 1988. South Australia: Australian and New Zealand Association of Bellringers.

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