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Overture / Harold Badger
Bib ID 7292058
Format ManuscriptManuscript, MusicMusic [notated music, volume]
Author
Badger, Harold, 1930- composer
 
Edition Revised edition 
Access Conditions Available for reference. Not for loan. 
Description 1961 
1 score (40 pages) ; 44 cm 
Series

Symphony Australia collection of music scores and parts.

Notes

"To Monsieur Georges Tzipine, in highest esteem, Harold Badger"

"This work was awarded first prize in the section for composers under 30 in the competition organised in 1959 by the Australian Broadcasting Commission and the Australian Performing Rights Association. The first performance was given by the Victorian Symphony Orchestra on the 7th April 1961, the composer conducting".

Subjects Overtures  |  Australian
Other authors/contributors Tzipine, Georges, dedicatee  |  Symphony Australia

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