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Songs of the Hebrides [music] : and other Celtic songs from the Highlands of Scotland / some collected and all arranged for voice and pianoforte by Marjory Kennedy-Fraser; Gaelic editor Kenneth Macleod
Bib ID 1814039
Format MusicMusic
Description London : Boosey, [1909-1921?] 
1 score (v.) ; 33 cm. 
Summary

Art songs based on traditional Gaelic melodies from the Hebrides.

Notes

For medium voice and piano.

In 3 or 4 vols.

In Gaelic with parallel English text.

Library holds v. 1 only.

Subjects Songs (Medium voice) with piano.  |  Folk songs, English -- Scotland -- Hebrides.  |  Folk-songs, Scottish Gaelic -- Scotland -- Highlands.  |  Folk music -- Scotland.
Other authors/contributors Kennedy-Fraser, Marjory, 1857-1930  |  MacLeod, Kenneth, 1871-1955

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