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Three Aboriginal dances [music] : for piano / arranged and composed by Mirrie Hill
Bib ID 1429071
Format MusicMusic
Author
Hill, Mirrie, 1889-1986
 
Description Sydney : Southern Music Publishing, c1950 
11 p. of music ; 29 cm. 
Series

Australian Musical Association collection ; box 5

Full contents
  • 1. Brolga (the dancer)
  • 2. Kunkarunkara women
  • 3. Nalda of the echo.
 
Notes

Cover title.

"To Beth Dean"-- p. [2].

"Collected and recorded by Charles P. Mountford."

Inscription on cover of Library's N copy: To Beth Dean, with all good wishes for great success, from Mirrie Hill, [1950]

Library's N3 copy is from the Australian Musical Association collection.

Subjects Piano music.  |  Australian
Other authors/contributors Mountford, Charles P. (Charles Pearcy), 1890-1976  |  Hill, Mirrie, 1889-1986. Brolga (the dancer)  |  Hill, Mirrie, 1889-1986. Kunkarunkara women  |  Hill, Mirrie, 1889-1986. Nalda of the echo

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