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    A NOTHER link with the history of Australian dance has vanished with the passing of Charles Lisner, who died in Brisbane on June 16 after a long battle with spinal cancer. His devotion ...

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  3. Saxaphone included in chamber repertoire

    THE saxophone has never quite achieved acceptance as a "serious" musical instrument, despite the fact that ...

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  4. Remarkable production of Herbert's epic novel

    CAPRICORNIA arrives in Canberra this week, for three performances only. The play takes more than ...

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  6. Finest movie maker has only 12 films Kubrick walks tall with lofty goals

    STANLEY KUBRICK, just one month short of his 60th birthday, is the finest film maker of our time. Other directors have won more awards, ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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