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Hilda : waltz composed & dedicated to the Baroness Ferdinand de Rothschild / by Dan. Godfrey. B. M. Grenadier Guards, composer of the "Guards" & "Mable waltzes
Bib ID 6928042
Format MusicMusic [notated music, volume]
Author
Godfrey, Dan. (Daniel), 1831-1903, composer
 
Description London : Chappell & Co., [1865? ] 
1 score ( 11 pages) ; 34 cm 
Notes

Cover title.

"The Hilda valse, composed expressly for and performed by the band of the Grenadier Guards at Knowsley Hall on the occasion of the visit of their R. H. the Prince & Princess of Wales to the Earl of Derby"--Caption.

Cover bears portrait of young woman looking at a locket captioned M & N Hanhart lith. by permission of McLean & Co., Haymarket.

Date of publication estimated from date of visit of the then Prince and Princess of Wales to Knowsley Hall (Nov. 1865).

Plate number: 13057.

staff notation.

Subjects Waltzes.  |  Piano music.
Other authors/contributors Rothschild, Evevlina de, 1839-1866, dedicatee  |  M. & N. Hanhart, lithographer
Also Titled

Hilda valse

Music Publisher Number 13057 

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