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Kiss me goodnight [music] : valse song hit / words by Archie Gottler ; music by Horatio Nicholls
Bib ID 2245246
Format MusicMusic
Author
Nicholls, Horatio, 1888-1964
 
Description Melbourne : Jack O'Hagan Music, c1931 
1 score ([2] p.) ; 29 cm. 
Notes

For voice and piano with ukulele chord symbols.

Cover title.

Popular 6d. edition -- Cover.

Copyright 1931 by Lawrence Wright Music, London.

Digital master available; National Library of Australia, Music collection;

MUS: N, MUSM 114023 ; A, MUS/­264.

Subjects Love songs.  |  Popular music - 1931-1940.  |  Australian
Other authors/contributors Gottler, Archie, 1896-1959
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