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The forget me not polka [music] / by Francis Bernard
Bib ID 473910
Format MusicMusic
Author
Bernard, François (Composer)
 
Description London : Duff & Hodgson, [1848?] 
5 p. ; col. ill. 
Notes

Cover title.

Pl. no.: 1265.

Engraved.

"Printed in colors by M & N Hanhart".

MUS: A,-

Library's copy cropped.

Subjects Piano music.  |  Polkas.  |  Australian
Other authors/contributors M. & N. Hanhart
Music Publisher Number 1265 
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