[Central State University Music Department ... presents Jana Bilodeau, soprano, Cheryl Willis, soprano, and Kelley Alig, tenor] [sound recording] : [Monday, April 26, 1976, 8:00, Choral Room, Music Building / assisted by Rodne Brown, baritone ; accompanied by Frances Spurlock, Leslie Orvis, and Conn

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Bilodeau, Jana. [Central State University Music Department ... presents Jana Bilodeau, soprano, Cheryl Willis, soprano, and Kelley Alig, tenor] [sound recording] : [Monday, April 26, 1976, 8:00, Choral Room, Music Building / assisted by Rodne Brown, baritone ; accompanied by Frances Spurlock, Leslie Orvis, and Connie Jo Russell].

[Central State University Music Department ... presents Jana Bilodeau, soprano, Cheryl Willis, soprano, and Kelley Alig, tenor] [sound recording] : [Monday, April 26, 1976, 8:00, Choral Room, Music Building / assisted by Rodne Brown, baritone ; accompanied by Frances Spurlock, Leslie Orvis, and Connie Jo Russell]. [1976]

1 sound tape reel (ca. 75 min.) : analog, 7 1/2 ips, mono. ; 7 in.

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