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Songs about Coronach:
Coronach by The Whistlebinkies from the Album Albannach
Coronach / Lindsay's Lament / Tenpenny Bit / The Seagull / Donald Cameron's Breakdown by The Porridge Men from the Album Planet Porridge
Coronach by The Porridge Men from the Album Bagpipe Hero
Coronach by The Porridge Men from the Album Purely Pipers
Coronach by Hate Eternal from the Album Fury & Flames
Coronach by Father Sydney MacEwan from the Album Silver Threads Among the Gold
Coronach by Father Sydney MacEwan from the Album A Retrospective Father Sydney Macewan
Books about Coronach:
Coronach of the Bell (short story) by Christopher Stasheff (Oct 12, 2014)
Coronach by Kimberley Jordan Reeman (Aug 31, 2007)
Coronach for Strings. (book reviews): An article from: Notes by Jeremy Beck (Jul 28, 2005)
Coronach (A Highland Lament) for Pianoforte by Edgar Barratt (1917)
THIRTIETH (30th) ANNIVERSARY DAW: FANTASY - and - SCIENCE FICTION: Sow's Ear - Silk Purse; The Rebuke; Persian... (2002)
Coronach; A Kaddish for Mezzo-Soprano, Chanter, and English Horn by Stanley Walden (1989)
[ CORONACH ] By Reeman, Kimberley Jordan ( Author) 2007 [ Hardcover ] (Aug 1, 2007)
Wiki information Coronach:
Coronach is a community in southern Saskatchewan, Canada near the US border. It was founded in 1926 by the Canadian Pacific Railway and named after Coronach, the horse who had just won the Epsom Derby in England that year. Coronach was officially...
Coronach was a British Thoroughbred racehorse and sire. He was a champion two-year-old who went on to complete a then unique treble by winning the Epsom Derby, the Eclipse Stakes and the St Leger as a three-year-old in 1926, a year in which he also...