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粵語: 廣州兒歌甲集,中華民國十一年(1928)由國立中山大學語言歷史研究所喺廣州出,喺九耀坊嘅明星印刷局印刷
English: A Collection of Cantonese Child Songs,published by National Sun Yatsen University in Canton,China in 1928.
中文(繁體):廣州兒歌甲集,中華民國十一年(1928)由國立中山大學語言歷史研究所發行,廣州九耀坊明星印刷局印刷
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