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The Australian surf life savers' march [music] / words by Ken. Taylor ; music by Kurt Herweg
Bib ID 370963
Format MusicMusic
Author
Herweg, Kurt
 
Description Sydney : Southern Music Publishing, c1948 
1 score (2 p.) ; 28 cm. 
Notes

For voice and piano.

Includes chord symbols.

ibrary's Symphony Australia Showbands copy lacks covers.

MUS: N, -; A, GE 304/2/6.

Subjects Songs with piano.  |  Lifeguards -- Australia -- Songs and music.  |  Australian
Other authors/contributors Taylor, Ken, active 1944-1966

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    MUS N mbb 783.2421897 H581 Special Collections Reading Room

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