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Going up [music] / book by Otto Harbach and James Montgomery ; lyrics by Otto Harbach ; music by Louis A. Hirsch
Bib ID 2989945
Format MusicMusic
Author
Hirsch, Louis A. (Louis Achille), 1881-1924
 
Uniform Title Going up. Going up
Description New York : M. Witmark ; Sydney : J. Albert, c1918 
20 p. of music 
Notes

For piano.

Cover title.

"J.C. Williamson Ltd. present the musical play Going up" -- Cover.

MUS: N, MUS/250 ; A, MUS/E91/39.

Subjects Piano music.  |  Musicals -- Excerpts -- Piano scores.
Other authors/contributors Harbach, Otto, 1873-1963  |  Montgomery, James, 1882-1966

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