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Portable Soundscapes: An Acoustic Travelogue by Adrift Performance Makers

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Portable Soundscapes: An Acoustic Travelogue by Adrift Performance Makers. Thomaidis, Konstantinos (Author); Theodoridou, Natalia (Author). 2015. Brunel : Department of Performing Arts at Brunel UniversityEvent: Portable Soundscapes: An Acoustic Travelogue, Portsmouth, United Kingdom.

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Thomaidis, K & Theodoridou, N, Portable Soundscapes: An Acoustic Travelogue by Adrift Performance Makers, 2015, Performance, Department of Performing Arts at Brunel University, Brunel. <http://people.brunel.ac.uk/bst/vol15/konstantinosthomaidis/home.html>

APA

Thomaidis, K. (Author), & Theodoridou, N. (Author). (2015). Portable Soundscapes: An Acoustic Travelogue by Adrift Performance Makers. Performance, Department of Performing Arts at Brunel University. http://people.brunel.ac.uk/bst/vol15/konstantinosthomaidis/home.html

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Thomaidis K (Author), Theodoridou N (Author). Portable Soundscapes: An Acoustic Travelogue by Adrift Performance Makers Brunel: Department of Performing Arts at Brunel University. 2015.

Author

Thomaidis, Konstantinos (Author) ; Theodoridou, Natalia (Author). / Portable Soundscapes: An Acoustic Travelogue by Adrift Performance Makers. [Performance].

Bibtex

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