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People in Sydney, the capital of NSW, in Australia, are still tapping their toes to the music of tradition Finnish dancing, thanks to 30 years old Veli Spannari from the little railway village of Utti, in Finland. Easter is a festival time for Finns throughout Australia, and this year Veli took his folk dance group from Canberra, to Sydney, 200 miles away. Nearly 2000 people saw the concert In which his group took part. Even when only practicing, the group dresses up in full costume

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RecordSearch reference: 
A12111, 1/1964/17/55
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