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United Australia [music] : national song & chorus / written and composed by Toso Taylor ; arranged by Hector R. Maclean
Bib ID 528950
Format MusicMusic, OnlineOnline
Author
Taylor, Toso, 1861-1925
 
Uniform Title United Australia; arranged
Online Versions
Description Sydney : Nicholson & Co., c1898 
1 score (4 pages) ; 36 cm. 
Notes

For voice and piano.

Cover title.

Lithographer: W. Akhurst & Co., Sydney.

"Sung with great success by Mr. Bert Bradley at the Tivoli Theatre, Sydney".

Pl. no.: N.& Co. 357.

Also available in an electronic version via the Internet at: http://nla.gov.au/nla.mus-an11434567

Subjects Patriotic music - Australia.  |  Australia - Songs and music.  |  Australian.
Other authors/contributors Maclean, Hector R. (Hector Roderick), 1851-1935
Music Publisher Number Pl. no.: N.& Co. 357 

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