3 edition of A history of the Australian National Institute Brass Band, 1883-1983 found in the catalog.
A history of the Australian National Institute Brass Band, 1883-1983
Robert J. Coombe
|Statement||compiled and edited by Robert J. Coombe.|
|LC Classifications||ML1351A88 C66 1983|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||60 p. :|
|Number of Pages||60|
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Australian/Harvard Citation. Coombe, Robert J. & Dodd, Ivor T. A history of the Australian National Institute Brass Band, / compiled and edited by Robert J. Coombe ; researched and published by Robert J.
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A history of the Australian National Institute Brass Band At the age of eight he joined the Brisbane Institute of Social Services Brass Band (BISS Brass Band), and at twelve, the Naval Reserve Band where he. The brass band dates back to the early nineteenth century and England's Industrial Revolution as an outgrowth of the medieval waits.
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`This book, surely, is essential reading for all those who take a serious interest in this branch of music-making.' Bram Gay, TLS `Here at last we have a history, as complete as human endeavour can make, of the birth, development, organization and repertoire of the brass band in the British sense of the term' Bram Gay 5/5(2).page book.
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