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Carillonneur Zwart plays in the Big Church of Dordrecht
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B. Zwart plays in the Big Church of Dordrecht the carillon.

Copyright: A. van die
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Uploaded: 27/11/2011
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Tags: church; carillon; carillonneur; boudewijn zwart; zwart; dordrecht; big church; grote kerk; onze lieve vrouwekerk
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