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The star of Australia [music] : a Federation song (May 1899) with harmonised refrain / the words by W. H. Dawson ; the music by John C. Burn
Bib ID 1608908
Format MusicMusic, OnlineOnline
Author
Burn, John C
 
Online Versions
Description Hobart : J. Walch & Sons, 1899 
[3] p. ; 37 cm. 
Notes

Cover title.

"Dedicated by special permission to the Hon. Edmund Barton, Q.C.".

Also available in an electronic version via the Internet at http://nla.gov.au/nla.mus-an5420783

N, MUSM136061.

Library's copy includes a typescript of words to "Come to Australia" by N. Oldham.

Subjects National songs - Australia.  |  Federal government - Australia - Songs and music.  |  Australia - Songs and music.  |  Australian.
Other authors/contributors Dawson, W. H. (William Henry), -1926

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