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The two roses [music] : two-part song / words anonymous ; [music by] Werner ; arr. by Cyril Jenkins
Bib ID 2184937
Format MusicMusic
Author
Werner, Hildegard
 
Description Melbourne : Allan & Co., c1935 
1 score (3 p.) ; 25 cm. 
Series

Allan's part-songs ; no. 292

Notes

Pl. no.: B.2929.

MUS: N, MUS GE 304/2/6/B.

MUS: N, MUS GE 304/2/6/B.

Subjects Choruses, Secular (Mixed voices, 2 parts) with piano.
Other authors/contributors Jenkins, Cyril
Music Publisher Number B.2929 

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