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Songs for the four parts of the night [music] : for soprano, flutes (1 player), guitar and synthesizer / Vivienne Olive
Bib ID 2475151
Format MusicMusic
Author
Olive, Vivienne
 
Description Kassel, Germany : Furore Verlag, c2002 
1 score (35 p.) ; 30 cm. 
ISMN M500125358 
Notes

For soprano voice with flutes (1 player), guitar and synthesiser.

"Based on texts by 'Owl Woman' - 19th century, Papago Indian, America"--Caption Title

Publisher's no.: 535

Includes notes about composer.

Subjects Songs with instrumental ensemble -- Scores.
Music Publisher Number 535 

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