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Songs of the Hebrides [music] : collected and arranged for voice and pianoforte : with Gaelic and English words / by Marjory Kennedy-Fraser and Kenneth MacLeod
Bib ID 2003222
Format MusicMusic
Edition New ed. 
Description London : Boosey & Hawkes, c1922 
v.<1 > ; 31 cm . 
Full contents Vol. 1 contains 47 songs. 
Subjects Folk songs, Scottish Gaelic -- Scotland -- Western Isles.  |  Songs (Medium voice) with piano.  |  Folk songs, English -- Scotland -- Hebrides.  |  Folk-songs, Scottish Gaelic -- Scotland -- Hebrides.
Other authors/contributors Kennedy-Fraser, Marjory, 1857-1930  |  MacLeod, Kenneth, 1871-1955

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