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Jan : a Creole melody / Arthur Benjamin
Bib ID 6154160
Format MusicMusic
Author
Benjamin, Arthur, 1893-1960, composer
 
Description London ; Sydney : Boosey & Hawkes, [not before 2013] 
©1947 
1 score (5 pages) ; 30 cm. 
ISMN M060829314  9790060829314 
Notes

For voice and piano.

"Key: F major."

"This Folk-song was taken down by me from the singing of Mr. Rudolf Camacho to whom the setting is dedicated. A.B."--above caption title.

Published on demand.

Plate number: B. & H. 16188.

Subjects Songs with piano.  |  Folk songs, English.  |  Australian
Other authors/contributors Camacho, Rudolf
Also Titled

Back cover: Jan : voice and piano

Music Publisher Number B. & H. 16188 

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