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The flag of union [music] : a federation song / words by J. Eccleston Walker ; music by S. M'Burney
Bib ID 666327
Format MusicMusic, OnlineOnline
Author
McBurney, S. (Samuel), 1847-1909
 
Online Versions
Description Melbourne : Spectator Publishing, [1901?] 
1 chorus score (3 p.) : ill., 32 cm. 
Notes

For 4 voices and piano.

"May be sung as a solo, solo or quartet and chorus, or full chorus throughout".

Library's copy cropped.

Also available in an electronic version via the internet at: http://nla.gov.au/nla.mus-an6259654

MUS : N, Hince 538.

Library's N copy cropped.

Subjects Patriotic music - Australia.  |  Australia - History - 1901-1914 - Songs and music.  |  Australian
Other authors/contributors Walker, J. Eccleston

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