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Masculine women! Feminine men! [music] / words by Edgar Leslie ; music by James V. Monaco
Bib ID 2208635
Format MusicMusic, OnlineOnline
Author
Monaco, James V., 1885-1945
 
Online Versions
Description Melbourne : L.F. Collin, c1925 
1 score (3 p.) : ill., port. ; 31 cm. 
Notes

Caption title.

Portrait of singer May Beatty on cover.

"Featured by Miss May Beatty in Hugh J. Ward's musical comedy, Lady be good".

Ukulele charts provided.

Pl. no.: L.F.C.

Also available online http://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-165802373

Subjects Popular music -- 1921-1930.  |  Musicals -- Excerpts -- Vocal scores with piano.
Other authors/contributors Leslie, Edgar  |  Hugh J. Ward (Firm)
Also Titled

Lady be good.

Music Publisher Number L.F.C. 

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