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Advance Australia Fair [music] : patriotic song / written and composed by "Amicus"
Bib ID 632210
Format MusicMusic, OnlineOnline
Author
McCormick, P. D. (Peter Dodds), 1834?-1916
 
Online Versions
Description Sydney : Reading & Co., [1879?] 
1 score (3 p.) ; 35 cm. 
Notes

"Respectfully dedicated to the sons and daughters of Australia".

"2nd edition".

"Arranged as a solo, with pianoforte accompaniment and as a four part song".

Cover title.

"Sung with great success by Mr Andrew Fairfax".

Also available in an electronic form via the Internet at http:/­/­nla.gov.au/­nla.mus-an24220024

Subjects Patriotic music - Australia.  |  National songs - Australia.  |  Choruses, Secular (Mixed voices, 4 parts) with piano.  |  Songs with piano.  |  Australian
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Patriotic song : Advance Australia fair

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