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Notes

An extract, chapter five, from The Music:  a record that next record consists of the description of the record rather than music. Published to coincide with a dinner hosted by Herbert and Rosie Sykes at the Whitstable Biennale.

Artist / Author Matthew Herbert
Publisher Unbound and Whitstable Biennale
Reference P3226
Date 2016
Type Publication

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