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The heart of a rose : song / words by Worton David ; music by Horatio Nicholls
Bib ID 3666870
Format MusicMusic, OnlineOnline [notated music, text, volume]
Author
Nicholls, Horatio, 1888-1964, composer
 
Online Versions
Edition No. 3 in C. 
Description London : Lawrence Wright Music Co. ; Melbourne : E.W. Cole, c1918 
©1918 
1 score ([4] pages) ; 35 cm. 
Notes

For voice and piano.

Cover title.

Plate number: 342.

"No. 3 in C".

Also available online http://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-672197698

Subjects Songs with piano.  |  Popular music -- 1911-1920.  |  Love songs.
Other authors/contributors David, Worton, -1940, lyricist
Music Publisher Number 342 

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