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Search Term(s): "New Brunswick"
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1. Bagpipes, you say? / Gordon, Sandy (Accents, New Brunswick Teachers' Association; 8#3; Mar. 1982; 10-12)
2. Executive Director's Message (Troubadour, The, Canadian Folk Arts Council; 9#4; Spring 1989; 2)
3. Music education: what are we really doing? / Cooper, Timothy G. (Accents, New Brunswick Teachers' Association; 14#2; Jan. 1988; 5-6)
4. Music teachers in New Brunswick: how do we compare? / Cooper, Timothy G. (Accents, New Brunswick Teachers' Association; 16#1; Oct. 1989; 8-11)
5. New Brunswick's music industry finally unites (RPM (Weekly); 68#10; 30 Nov. 1998; 3)
6. Old-time fiddling in New Brunswick / Hicks, Ivan (Canadian Folk Music Bulletin; 19#3; Sept. 1985; 16-17)
7. The demise of the ASO - a failure in music education? / Cooper, Timothy G. (Accents, New Brunswick Teachers' Association; 9#2; Dec. 1982; 11)
8. The New Brunswick Summer Music School (Accents, New Brunswick Teachers' Association; 14#3; May 1988; 5)
9. Tobias issues single for Saint John bicentennial (RPM (Weekly); 38#22; 30 July 1983; 2)

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