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Monna Vanna [music] : drame lyrique en quatre actes / de Maurice Maeterlinck ; musique de H. Février ; [English text by Claude Aveling] ; partition piano et chant
Bib ID 4801963
Format MusicMusic
Author
Février, Henry, 1875-1957
 
Uniform Title Monna Vanna. Vocal score. French & English
Access Conditions Available for reference. Not available for loan. 
Description Paris : Heugel & Cie. ; c1913 
1 score ([8], 365 p.) ; 29 cm. 
Notes

For voice/s and piano.

Pl. no.: & Cie 23,494.

"A Madame Hope Temple Messenger"--page preceding t.p.

Lyrics in French and English.

Subjects Operas -- Vocal scores with piano.
Other authors/contributors Maeterlinck, Maurice, 1862-1949  |  Aveling, Claude, 1869-1943
Music Publisher Number 23,494 

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