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Flute concerto / James Penberthy
Bib ID 7086816
Format MusicMusic [notated music, volume]
Author
Penberthy, James, 1917-1999, composer
 
Uniform Title Concerto, flute
Description Wollongong : Wirripang, 2016 
©2016 
1 score (42 pages) ; 30 cm 
ISMN 9790720167091 
Series

Australian heritage series

Notes

Instrumentation: For flute and orchestra.

Includes composer biography and programme note.

First published: The Keys Press, Perth, Sydney. Republished March 2016.

staff notation.

Subjects Flute with orchestra -- Scores.  |  Australian
Copyright information Copyright: Wirripang Pty Ltd 2016, © Albert James Penberthy c.1960 © Estate David Reid. 

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