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March to the scaffold [music] / H. Berlioz ; arranged by J.H. Foulds
Bib ID 3427031
Format MusicMusic
Author
Berlioz, Hector, 1803-1869
 
Uniform Title Symphonie fantastique. Marche au supplice; arranged
Edition Concert edition 
Description London : Hawkes & Son, c1924 
20 parts ; 32 cm. 
Series

J.C. Williamson collection of performance materials.

Notes

Includes some manuscript parts.

Pl. no.: H. & S. 6204.

Subjects Marches (Orchestra), Arranged -- Parts.
Other authors/contributors Foulds, John, 1880-1939
Music Publisher Number H. & S. 6204 

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