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The water-lily / words by Henry Lawson ; music by Christian Hellemann
Bib ID 7291412
Format MusicMusic [notated music, volume]
Author
Hellemann, Christian, -1954 composer
 
Description Sydney : W.H.Paling & Co., [1950] 
©1937 
1 vocal score (5 pages) ; 28 cm 
Series

Symphony Australia collection of music scores and parts.

Notes

"Sung by Harold Williams on Col. DO 3259"--Cover.

Publication date approximated from notice of new records which includes Harold Williams' recording of The water-lily, Newcastle Sun, 20 July 1950, via Trove.

Plate number: W. H. P. & Co. Ltd. 1628.

Library's Symphony Australia copy stamped: Australian Broadcasting Corporation Federal Music Library, Sydney.

English words.

Staff notation.

Subjects Lawson, Henry, 1867-1922 -- Musical settings.  |  Songs with piano.  |  Popular music -- 1931-1940.
Other authors/contributors Musical setting of Lawson, Henry, 1867-1922. Water lily
Music Publisher Number W. H. P. & Co. Ltd. 1628 

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