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An Eriskay love lilt = Gradh geal mo chridh / arranged as a part-song for male voices by Hugh S. Roberton ; the melody and text from "Songs of the Hebrides" Marjory Kennedy-Fraser and Kenneth Macleod
Bib ID 6389999
Format MusicMusic [notated music, volume]
Description London : Boosey & Hawkes ; New York : Boosey, Hawkes, Selwin Inc. ; Toronto : Boosey & Hawkes (Canada) Ltd. ; Sydney : Boosey & Hawkes (Aust.) Pty. Ltd., [1942] 
©1942 
1 score (7 pages) ; 25 cm. 
Series

Choral miscellany ; no. 209

Notes

English and Gaelic words.

For chorus (TTBB), unaccompanied ; piano for practice only.

Cover title.

Subjects Folk songs, Scottish Gaelic -- Scotland -- Hebrides Islands.  |  Choruses, Secular (Men's voices, 4 parts), Unaccompanied -- Scores.
Other authors/contributors Roberton, Hugh S., 1874-1952, arranger of music  |  Kennedy-Fraser, Marjory, 1857-1930  |  MacLeod, Kenneth, 1871-1955
Also Titled

Gradh geal mo chridh

Music Publisher Number H.15458 

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