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A song of the women of the Menero [ie, Monaro] tribe near the Australian Alps [music] / arranged with the assistance of several musical gentlemen for the voice and pianoforte ... by J. Lhotsky
Bib ID 5075571
Format MusicMusic, OnlineOnline
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Description Sydney : John Innes, [ca. 1834] 
1 score ([3] p.) ; 34 cm. 
Notes

Page numbering: p. 183-185.

For medium voice and piano. Meant originally to be sung by women.

"Most humbly inscribed as the first specimen of Australian music to Her Most Gracious Majesty Adelaide, Queen of Great Britain and Hanover."--T.p.

Included within J. Lhotsky's arrangement are contributions by Mr Pearson, Mr Josephson and Mr Sippe.

Publication date from advertising in the Sydney gazette and New South Wales advertiser, 11 November 1834, p. 3: http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article2217523.

Also available online https://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-2012728083

Australian Aboriginal words with English and German translations.

Reproduction Photocopy. Sydney : State Library of New South Wales, 2008. Library's copy measures 42 cm. 
Subjects Songs with piano.  |  Aboriginal Australians -- Australian Alps (N.S.W. and Vic.) -- Music.  |  Aboriginal Australians -- New South Wales -- Monaro -- Music.  |  Folk songs, Australian (Aboriginal) -- Australian Alps (N.S.W. and Vic.) -- Instrumental settings.  |  Folk songs, Australian (Aboriginal) -- New South Wales -- Monaro -- Instrumental settings.  |  Ngarigu / Ngarigo language S46.  |  Australian
Other authors/contributors Lhotsky, John, 1795?-1866?  |  Josephson, Joshua Frey, 1815-1892  |  Pearson, James, 1794?-1841  |  Sippe, George, -1842
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Song of the women of the Monaro tribe near the Australian Alps

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