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Two part-songs Op. 24 [music] : for SATB / words by Emily Dickinson and Robert Bridges ; [music by] John Wayne Dixon
Bib ID 3768838
Format MusicMusic
Author
Dixon, John Wayne
 
Description Wollongong, N.S.W. : Publications by Wirripang, 2006 
1 score ([i], 9 p.) ; 30 cm. 
ISMN M720065205  9790720065205 
Full contents
  • Exultation / E. Dickinson
  • Evening hymn / R. Bridges.
 
Notes

For mixed voices.

Cover title.

Includes biographical notes about the composer.

"jwd2005"--Bottom of p. 1.

"Exultation (entitled 'Setting Sail' ... )" -- P [i].

"Evening hymn ( ... translated from ancient Greek)" -- P [i].

Subjects Part songs, English.  |  Australian
Other authors/contributors Dickinson, Emily, 1830-1886  |  Bridges, Robert, 1844-1930

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