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The Organs of Bangor Cathedral, Barnard, L. S.

Author Name    Barnard, L. S.

Title   The Organs of Bangor Cathedral

Binding   Booklet

Book Condition   Very Good

Edition   Reprint

Publisher    1955

Seller ID   11206

15pp, plates. Reprinted from The Organ, January, 1955.

Price = 5.00 GBP


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