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Walzer, from the ballet "Naila" [music] / by Leo Delibes ; [arranged by] Ernest Dohnanyi
Bib ID 649338
Format MusicMusic
Author
Delibes, Leo, 1836-1891
 
Uniform Title Naila. Grande valse; arranged
Description Melbourne : Allan & Co., c1938 
14 pages ; 31 cm. 
Series

Imperial edition ; no. 503.

Notes

For piano.

Caption title.

Cover title: Naila waltz.

Pl. no.: B. 4280.

Subjects Waltzes.  |  Piano music, Arranged.
Other authors/contributors Dohnanyi, Erno, 1877-1960
Also Titled

Naila waltz.

Music Publisher Number B. 4280 

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