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Curnow, Bob, 1941- German National Library Library of Congress/NACO

Curnow, Robert ISNI National Library of Australia National Library of the Netherlands

Curnow, Bob BIBSYS

Bob Curnow Wikidata

VIAF ID: 266925679 (Personal)


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Afternoon BIBSYS
Always and forever : for featured soloist (alto saxophone, guitar or flugelhorn) BIBSYS
Bob Curnow's L.A. big band [SR] p1994: Library of Congress/NACO
Bone appetit : a trombone section feature Library of Congress/NACO
First child; a concert ballad for jazz ensemble. Library of Congress/NACO
Lo, how a rose e'er blooming BIBSYS
How can you lose BIBSYS
Jackhammer BIBSYS
Keystone shuffle Library of Congress/NACO
Letter from home National Library of the Netherlands
Li'l bro's blues BIBSYS
Minuano, c1992: Library of Congress/NACO
Music of Pat Metheny & Lyle Mays BIBSYS Library of Congress/NACO
National anthems of the world. Library of Congress/NACO
Not to be forgotten : (with "tell her you saw me") BIBSYS
Stan Kenton "hits" medley : as played by The Stan Kenton Orchestra National Library of the Netherlands
Stan Kenton plays Chicago. Library of Congress/NACO
Take the "A" train [for big band] BIBSYS
Towednack = Home parish : Celtic sketches for jazz ensemble Library of Congress/NACO
Trombania suite : a suite in four movements for four trombones Library of Congress/NACO
Voices Library of Congress/NACO
Well, git it BIBSYS
Wherever you go BIBSYS
Yesterdays [for big band] BIBSYS

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