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Johnnie, our aeroplane girl [music] / words and music by Jack Lumsdaine
Bib ID 2840397
Format MusicMusic, OnlineOnline
Author
Lumsdaine, Jack, 1895-1948
 
Online Versions
Description Sydney : D. Davis & Co., c1930 
1 score ([5] p.) : ill. ; 32 cm. 
Notes

For voice and piano.

At head of title: Dedicated to Miss Amy Johnson.

Featured by the composer on Columbia record No. D.050 ; obtainable on Mastertouch player rolls.

Also available online http://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-166317094

MUS: N, GE103686; A, MUSM 136061 ; N/A, MUS/E/87/132.

Subjects Johnson, Amy, 1903-1941 -- Songs and music.  |  Women air pilots -- Australia -- Songs and music.  |  Songs with piano.  |  Australian

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