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Marching song of democracy [music] : concert band / Percy Grainger
Bib ID 2850164
Format MusicMusic
Author
Grainger, Percy, 1882-1961
 
Uniform Title Marching song of democracy, band
Description [New York] : G. Schirmer ; Milwaukee : Hal Leonard Publishing [distributor], c1991 
1 score (30 p.) + 44 parts ; 31 cm. 
Notes

"Ed-3844".

Publisher's no.: 50480653, 50480656.

Subjects Band music -- Scores and parts.  |  Australian
Music Publisher Number 50480653  50480656 

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