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Shepherds' dance, op. 2 / Gregory Brittain
Bib ID 7766850
Format MusicMusic [notated music, volume]
Author
Brittain, Gregory, 1880-1946, composer
 
Description Sydney : W.H. Paling & Co., [1920] 
1 score (5 unnumbered pages) + 3 parts ; 34 cm. 
Series

Paling's pianoforte series ; no. 159

Notes

Library's A. B. Saunders archive copy is a cropped photocopy. "A.B. Saunders" has been pasted over "Gregory Brittain" which was one of A.B. Saunders' many pseudonyms. It inscribed "Revised Nov. 2010" presumably by Jack Saunders, also a composer and musician, the former owner and a son of A.B. Saunders.

Staff notation.

Subjects Piano music.  |  Quartets (piano, bass, cornet and violin)

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