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Mignonette (G minor) [music] : adapted from Beethoven's Minuet in G / words by Ray Morelle ; music by Horatio Nicholls ; arrangement for 'Banjulele' banjo and ukulele by Kel Keech
Bib ID 2491426
Format MusicMusic
Author
Nicholls, Horatio, 1888-1964
 
Description Melbourne : E.W. Cole, c1926 
1 score (3 p.) ; 31 cm. 
Notes

For voioce and piano. Includes harmonised refrain for 4 voices or duet, as well as chord charts and tonic sol-fa notation.

Caption title.

Subjects Popular music -- 1921-1930.
Other authors/contributors Morelle, Ray  |  Keech, Kel
Also Titled

Mignonette : valse song

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