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Music in the Mirabell garden [music] : a song cycle for soprano & 8 players / Larry Sitsky ; words by Georg Trakl, translated by James McAuley
Bib ID 2116122
Format MusicMusic
Author
Sitsky, Larry, 1934-
 
Description Broadway, N.S.W. : Australian Music Centre, 1977 
1 score (88 p.) ; 37 cm. 
Notes

Facsim. of the composer's score held at the Australian Music Centre.

Composer's autograph (cover)

Spiral binding.

Includes performance notes.

Subjects Songs (High voice) with instrumental ensemble -- Scores.  |  Song cycles.  |  Music -- Australia.
Other authors/contributors Trakl, Georg, 1887-1914  |  McAuley, James, 1917-1976

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