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The wedding glide [music] / by Louis A. Hirsch
Bib ID 2648039
Format MusicMusic, OnlineOnline
Author
Hirsch, Louis A. (Louis Achille), 1881-1924
 
Online Versions
Description Sydney : Albert & Son ; New York : Shapiro Music Pub. Co., ©1912 
1 score (5 p.) ; 35 cm. 
Notes

For voice and piano.

Caption title.

"World wide song success"--At head of cover title.

"To be introduced in J.C. Williamson's Ltd. stupendous revue 'Come over here', staged by Frank Dix & Oscar Odee"--Cover.

NLA's "MUS N m" copy cropped to 33 cm. and bound with other music in album.

NLA's "MUS N mba" copy: "W.J. Deane & Son .. Sydney"--Label pasted at bottom of cover.

Also available online http://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-166805675

Subjects Songs with piano.  |  Popular music -- 1911-1920.
Copyright information Copyright 1912 by Shapiro Music Pub. Co. ... N.Y. 

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