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Constellation : quick march / T. Clark
Bib ID 7222726
Format MusicMusic [notated music, volume]
Author
Clark, Thomas, 1854-1943, composer
 
Description Liverpool : Wright & Round, [between 1882 and 1930] 
27 parts ; 14 x 18 cm 
Series

Liverpool brass band (& military) journal

Partial contents
  • Parts: E♭ soprano cornet
  • Solo cornet in B♭ (4 copies)
  • Repiano cornet in B♭ (2 copies)
  • 2nd cornet in B♭ (2 copies)
  • 3rd cornet in B♭ (2 copies)
  • Solo tenorhorn E♭
  • 1st tenorhorn in E♭
  • 2nd tenorhorn in E♭
  • 1st baritone in B♭
  • 2nd baritone in B♭
 
Notes

Caption title.

Publication date approximated from publisher's address at 34 Erskine Street (Cf. Parkinson, John A., 1990. Victorian music publishers : an annotated list, p. 303).

Plate number: 902.

2nd Kogarah Concert Band copy stamped: Hurstville Municipal Band.

Staff notation.

Subjects Brass band music.  |  Marches (Band)
Music Publisher Number 902 

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