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The roamer [music] : song / words by G. Hayes Marshall ; music by Arnold Bruce
Bib ID 3965072
Format MusicMusic
Author
Bruce, Arnold
 
Edition In D. 
Description London ; Melbourne : Cassell & Co., [between 1900 and 1910?] 
1 score (7 p.) ; 36 cm. 
Series

Cassell's popular music ; no. 130.

Notes

For voice and piano.

Cover title.

Plate no.: C. 130.

"Popular edition".

"With tonic sol-fa".

Subjects Songs with piano.  |  Popular music -- 1901-1910.
Other authors/contributors Marshall, G. Hayes
Music Publisher Number C. 130 

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