Bells across the meadows [music] : song / Albert W. Ketelbey

Ketelbey, Albert W. (Albert William), 1875-1959
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MUS NL mba 786.4054 K43
Sydney : Chappell & Co., c1921
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Ketelbey, Albert W. Bells across the meadows song Sydney: Chappell & Co, 1921. Web. 26 September 2022 <>

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  | author1=Ketelbey, Albert W.
  | title=Bells across the meadows song
  | year=1921
  | section=[5] p. ; 28 cm.
  | location=Sydney
  | publisher=Chappell & Co
  | url=
  | id=nla.obj-165064014
  | access-date=26 September 2022
  | via=Trove

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