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Lovers lane : waltz / Gregory Brittain
Bib ID 7764715
Format MusicMusic [notated music, volume]
Author
Brittain, Gregory, 1880-1946, composer
 
Description [Sydney] : [W.H. Paling & Co.], [1921] 
1 score (pages 23-24) ; 32 cm 
Notes

Caption title.

Library's A. B. Saunders archive copy is a cropped photocopy from Paling's dance album no. 11 with "A.B. Saundersd" pasted over "Gregory Brittain" which was one of Saunders' many pseudonyms. It is inscribed "Dec. 2010" presumably by Jack Saunders, also a composer and musician, the former owner and a son of A.B. Saunders.

Staff notation.

Subjects Waltzes.  |  Australian
Other authors/contributors Saunders, Jack, 1928-2016, former owner  |  Saunders, Ray, donor  |  Single, Jill, donor

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