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The white-throated warbler [music] / for Carl Dolmetsch and Joseph Saxby by Nigel Butterley
Bib ID 458071
Format MusicMusic
Author
Butterley, Nigel, 1935-
 
Description Sydney : J. Albert & Son, c1965 
1 score (2 p.) + 1 part ; 28 cm. 
Notes

Caption title.

For Sopranino recorder and harpsichord.

"Alternatively this work may be played by treble recorder, flute or piccolo and piano" -- Cover.

"First performed by Carl Dolmetsch and Joseph Saxby in Sydney, 27th Feb. 1965" -- Cover.

Publisher's no.: AE0012.

N copy Part only held ; MUS: N has score and part.

MUS: N; C39967:67 ; A, N/A, MUSM 91825 ; B, MUSM 152450.

Subjects Recorder and harpsichord music.  |  Australian
Other authors/contributors Dolmetsch, Carl, 1911-  |  Saxby, Joseph
Music Publisher Number AE0012 

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