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The Victorian volunteer waltz [music] / Mrs. T.W.L. Martyr
Bib ID 654428
Format MusicMusic, OnlineOnline
Author
Martyr, T. W. L., Mrs
 
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Description [Australia? : s.n., 186-?] 
5 p. ; 34 cm. 
Notes

For piano.

Cover title.

Cover ill. by Charles Turner.

"Eight edition".

"Composed & dedicated (by permission) to the right honorable the Viscountess Canterbury by Mrs. T.W.L. Martyr".

"Arranged for the band by Mr T. Ellis, band master 1st B.V.R.".

Also available online http://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-168221680

Subjects Piano music.  |  Waltzes.  |  Military service, Voluntary -- Australia -- Songs and music.  |  Australian
Other authors/contributors Turner, Charles, active 1870-1882  |  Ellis, T

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