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The Organs of St Albans Abbey.  The History of the Organs Up to 1929 is Largely Drawn from 'A History of the Organs At the Cathedral of St Albans' by G C Straker, Hurford, Peter

Author Name    Hurford, Peter

Title   The Organs of St Albans Abbey. The History of the Organs Up to 1929 is Largely Drawn from 'A History of the Organs At the Cathedral of St Albans' by G C Straker

Binding   Paperback

Book Condition   Very Good

Edition   Second Edition

Publisher    Tythings Court Press 1965

Seller ID   9842

15pp, illustrations.

Price = 5.00 GBP


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