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The Cameronians [music] : quadrille on Scottish Airs / by C. d'Albert
Bound with: The Camerons (Pl. no. 8814).
Bib ID 4556054
Format MusicMusic
Author
Albert, Charles d', 1809-1886
 
Description London : [s.n.], [between 1850 and 1860] 
1 score (4 p.) ; 27 cm. 
Notes

For 2 cornets.

Caption title.

Pl. no.: 8930.

Pages numbered 35-38.

Subjects Cornet music (Cornets (2)) -- Scores.  |  Quadrilles.
Music Publisher Number 8930 

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