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music centre

a single hi-fi unit containing e.g. a turntable, amplifier, radio, cassette player, and compact disc player
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Real estate company on the Helsinki Mannerheimintie 13a (hereinafter referred to as the contracting entity) to request a quotation on the Helsinki Music Centre will open the electrical energy delivery and hintakiinnitys- and portfolio management services pursuant to the invitation to tender and its annexes.
A series of fun musical workshops devised to capture the imagination of young children will be delivered by experienced tutors from the William Mathias Music Centre at the Bro Tegid Library, Y Bala and at Dolgellau Library.
The music on the park bandstand continues this Saturday (June 20) with Kirklees Youth Brass Band and Huddersfield Music Centre Senior Wind Band.
Then in 1960 the couple took the plunge and set up their own music shop, Gamlin's Music Centre, at 248 City Road.
The aux-in function allows you to play and record other devices such as reel to reel, 8 track cassettes and MP3 Players through your music centre and record these digitally also.
Maestro 16+Nos Also included is an aux-in function that allows you to play other devices through your music centre, using the built-in stereo speakers.
David is a 'musician in residence' at Sar Music Centre where he teaches mainly violin but also piano and guitar.
This was a fund-raiser for the Oh Yeah music centre, and a very generous bid was secured from Botanic Inns.
Saar Music Centre is located at Villa 494, Road 1711, Block 517 and open Saturday to Thursday from 9am to noon and 3pm to 8pm.
The Friends of the William Mathias Music Centre are holding a Garden Party on Sunday June 7 from 2-5pm at the home of David and Glenys Roberts, Ty Cae Isaf, Llandegfan, Anglesey.
A music centre costing pounds 100,000 is being developed at a college.
1990 Northern Arts Strategic Review highlights the need for a regional music centre.