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  2. MUSIC New release a festival of Australian memories

    FESTIVAL Records were established in October 1952 and for more than three decades they have been synonymous with Australian music. Released last week were the first 10 volumes ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 1,008 words
  3. Pedal piano soon becomes wearisome

    MOZART: PRELUDE & FUGUE, K.394 — SONATA IN F, K.494 — FANTASIE IN C MINOR, K.396, etc. Played by John ...

    Article : 546 words
  4. Un-Christian lyrics from Taylor, but good rock and roll

    HALF of me feels that there is no need to categorise Steve Taylor as a "Christian"tian singer, but then again I feel like singing his praises because it wasn't obvious. In fact, if I hadn't told ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 501 words
  5. What people will pay to differ

    THE ORIGINAL black and white, numbers only, number-plates were withdrawn in NSW in 1937. Today they are being reissued by the NSW Government at ...

    Article : 462 words
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  7. Sweetly strolling saxophone

    A LI KNOLL, of Avan-Guard, has a great nose and ear for unusual jazz, or jazz from unusual sources. This time he has an African tenor saxophonist, who also sings, recorded in London. ...

    Article : 385 words
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