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Concert Party Of The 2nd Battalion, The New Zealand Regiment - Maori Soldiers Sing Melodies Of Malaya

Concert Party Of The 2nd Battalion, The New Zealand Regiment - Maori Soldiers Sing Melodies Of Malaya
Performer: Concert Party Of The 2nd Battalion, The New Zealand Regiment
Title: Maori Soldiers Sing Melodies Of Malaya
Country: New Zealand
Catalog number: EA-77
Label: Kiwi
MP3 album szie: 1349 mb
FLAC album size: 2885 mb


1Rasa Sayang
2Tena Koutou
3Trek Tek Tek
4Chan Malichan
5E Te Iwi E
6Te Kiwi Kia Koa


The Concert Party Of The 2nd Battalion, The New Zealand Regiment under the direction of Alan Armstrong.


  • Record Company – A.H. & A.W. Reed

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