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Love steals your heart / words by Alan Stranks ; music by Hans May
Bib ID 6382374
Format MusicMusic [notated music, volume]
Author
May, Hans, 1891-1959, composer
 
Description London ; New York ; Sydney : Chappell & Co., [1945] 
©1945 
1 score (5 pages) ; 28 cm 
Series

Pinne collection of songs and music

Notes

For voice and piano.

Cover title.

"From the Gainborough picture "The Wicked lady.""

Publisher's number: 1756.

Plate number: 37942.

English lyrics;

Subjects Motion picture music - Excerpts - Scores.  |  Popular music - 1941-1950.
Other authors/contributors Stranks, Alan, lyricist
Also Titled

Wicked lady (Motion picture)

Music Publisher Number 1756  37942 

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