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Amanda Harris, Linda Barwick, and Jakelin Troy, eds. Music, Dance, and the Archive. Sydney: Sydney University Press, 2022. vii, 187 pp., black/white illustrations, figures, tables, index. ISBN 9781743328675 (paper), ISBN 9781743328699 (epub), and ISBN 9781743328682 (pdf).

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Amanda Harris, Linda Barwick, and Jakelin Troy, eds. Music, Dance, and the Archive. Sydney: Sydney University Press, 2022. vii, 187 pp., black/white illustrations, figures, tables, index. ISBN 9781743328675 (paper), ISBN 9781743328699 (epub), and ISBN 9781743328682 (pdf).

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  10 January 2024

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