Botany Bay 5 - 14 mixes

  • Key C (ends in C)
  • Metre 3/4
  • Tempo 184 bpm (ends at 184)
  • Tempo Notes Medium
  • Album Number 1866/4
  • ISRC GB-FFM-13-86604
  • Publisher Audio Network Limited
  • Release Year 2013
Factoid Botany Bay was the site of Captain James Cook’s first landing in Australia in 1770. He named it Stingray Harbour but later changed the name to Botany Bay owing to the variety of new plants found there by his expedition’s naturalist, Joseph Banks.
  • Key C (ends in C)
  • Metre 3/4
  • Tempo 184 bpm (ends at 184)
  • Tempo Notes Medium
  • Album Number 1866/44
  • ISRC GB-FFM-13-86644
  • Publisher Audio Network Limited
  • Release Year 2013
Factoid Botany Bay was the site of Captain James Cook’s first landing in Australia in 1770. He named it Stingray Harbour but later changed the name to Botany Bay owing to the variety of new plants found there by his expedition’s naturalist, Joseph Banks.
  • Key C (ends in C)
  • Metre 3/4
  • Tempo 184 bpm (ends at 184)
  • Tempo Notes Medium
  • Album Number 1866/45
  • ISRC GB-FFM-13-86645
  • Publisher Audio Network Limited
  • Release Year 2013
Factoid Botany Bay was the site of Captain James Cook’s first landing in Australia in 1770. He named it Stingray Harbour but later changed the name to Botany Bay owing to the variety of new plants found there by his expedition’s naturalist, Joseph Banks.
  • Key C (ends in C)
  • Metre 3/4
  • Tempo 184 bpm (ends at 184)
  • Tempo Notes Medium
  • Album Number 1866/46
  • ISRC GB-FFM-13-86646
  • Publisher Audio Network Limited
  • Release Year 2013
Factoid Botany Bay was the site of Captain James Cook’s first landing in Australia in 1770. He named it Stingray Harbour but later changed the name to Botany Bay owing to the variety of new plants found there by his expedition’s naturalist, Joseph Banks.
  • Key C (ends in C)
  • Metre 4/4
  • Tempo 184 bpm (ends at 184)
  • Tempo Notes Medium
  • Album Number 1866/47
  • ISRC GB-FFM-13-86647
  • Publisher Audio Network Limited
  • Release Year 2013
Factoid Botany Bay was the site of Captain James Cook’s first landing in Australia in 1770. He named it Stingray Harbour but later changed the name to Botany Bay owing to the variety of new plants found there by his expedition’s naturalist, Joseph Banks.
  • Key C (ends in C)
  • Metre 3/4
  • Tempo 184 bpm (ends at 184)
  • Tempo Notes Medium
  • Album Number 1866/48
  • ISRC GB-FFM-13-86648
  • Publisher Audio Network Limited
  • Release Year 2013
Factoid Botany Bay was the site of Captain James Cook’s first landing in Australia in 1770. He named it Stingray Harbour but later changed the name to Botany Bay owing to the variety of new plants found there by his expedition’s naturalist, Joseph Banks.
  • Key C (ends in C)
  • Metre 3/4
  • Tempo 184 bpm (ends at 184)
  • Tempo Notes Medium
  • Album Number 1866/49
  • ISRC GB-FFM-13-86649
  • Publisher Audio Network Limited
  • Release Year 2013
Factoid Botany Bay was the site of Captain James Cook’s first landing in Australia in 1770. He named it Stingray Harbour but later changed the name to Botany Bay owing to the variety of new plants found there by his expedition’s naturalist, Joseph Banks.
  • Key C (ends in C)
  • Metre 3/4
  • Tempo 184 bpm (ends at 184)
  • Tempo Notes Medium
  • Album Number 1866/50
  • ISRC GB-FFM-13-86650
  • Publisher Audio Network Limited
  • Release Year 2013
Factoid Botany Bay was the site of Captain James Cook’s first landing in Australia in 1770. He named it Stingray Harbour but later changed the name to Botany Bay owing to the variety of new plants found there by his expedition’s naturalist, Joseph Banks.
  • Key C (ends in C)
  • Metre 3/4
  • Tempo 184 bpm (ends at 184)
  • Tempo Notes Medium
  • Album Number 1866/51
  • ISRC GB-FFM-13-86651
  • Publisher Audio Network Limited
  • Release Year 2013
Factoid Botany Bay was the site of Captain James Cook’s first landing in Australia in 1770. He named it Stingray Harbour but later changed the name to Botany Bay owing to the variety of new plants found there by his expedition’s naturalist, Joseph Banks.
  • Key C (ends in C)
  • Metre 3/4
  • Tempo 184 bpm (ends at 184)
  • Tempo Notes Medium
  • Album Number 1866/52
  • ISRC GB-FFM-13-86652
  • Publisher Audio Network Limited
  • Release Year 2013
Factoid Botany Bay was the site of Captain James Cook’s first landing in Australia in 1770. He named it Stingray Harbour but later changed the name to Botany Bay owing to the variety of new plants found there by his expedition’s naturalist, Joseph Banks.
  • Key C (ends in C)
  • Metre 3/4
  • Tempo 184 bpm (ends at 184)
  • Tempo Notes Medium
  • Album Number 1866/53
  • ISRC GB-FFM-13-86653
  • Publisher Audio Network Limited
  • Release Year 2013
Factoid Botany Bay was the site of Captain James Cook’s first landing in Australia in 1770. He named it Stingray Harbour but later changed the name to Botany Bay owing to the variety of new plants found there by his expedition’s naturalist, Joseph Banks.
  • Key C (ends in C)
  • Metre 3/4
  • Tempo 184 bpm (ends at 184)
  • Tempo Notes Medium
  • Album Number 1866/54
  • ISRC GB-FFM-13-86654
  • Publisher Audio Network Limited
  • Release Year 2013
Factoid Botany Bay was the site of Captain James Cook’s first landing in Australia in 1770. He named it Stingray Harbour but later changed the name to Botany Bay owing to the variety of new plants found there by his expedition’s naturalist, Joseph Banks.
  • Key C (ends in C)
  • Metre 3/4
  • Tempo 184 bpm (ends at 184)
  • Tempo Notes Medium
  • Album Number 1866/55
  • ISRC GB-FFM-13-86655
  • Publisher Audio Network Limited
  • Release Year 2013
Factoid Botany Bay was the site of Captain James Cook’s first landing in Australia in 1770. He named it Stingray Harbour but later changed the name to Botany Bay owing to the variety of new plants found there by his expedition’s naturalist, Joseph Banks.
  • Key C (ends in C)
  • Metre 3/4
  • Tempo 184 bpm (ends at 184)
  • Tempo Notes Medium
  • Album Number 1866/56
  • ISRC GB-FFM-13-86656
  • Publisher Audio Network Limited
  • Release Year 2013
Factoid Botany Bay was the site of Captain James Cook’s first landing in Australia in 1770. He named it Stingray Harbour but later changed the name to Botany Bay owing to the variety of new plants found there by his expedition’s naturalist, Joseph Banks.

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