4 edition of Music and Culture in South-East New Britain: Unesco Territorial Survey of Oceanic Music found in the catalog.
Music and Culture in South-East New Britain: Unesco Territorial Survey of Oceanic Music
March 24, 2000 by Peter Lang .
Written in English
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Laade, Wolfgang. Music and Culture in South-East New Britain: Unesco Territorial Survey of Oceanic Music: Report on Field Research conducted in August-October (Illustrated Edition) by Wolfgang Laade Paperback, Pages, Published ISBN / ISBN / The author has documented for the first time the music of the people of South-East Book Edition: Illustrated Edition.
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