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Army and navy : (rag) two step / B.S. Albert
Bib ID 7788271
Format MusicMusic [notated music, volume]
Author
Saunders, A. B. (Albert B.), 1880-1946, composer
 
Description [Sydney] : W.H. Paling & Co. [1919] 
1 score (pages 16-17) ; 31 cm 
Notes

Caption title.

Plate number: W.H.P. & Co.Ltd. 1376.

Library's A. B. Saunders archive copy is a cropped photocopy from Paling's dance album no. 5. "A.B. Saunders" is written above "B.S. Albert" presumably by Jack Saunders, also a composer and musician, the former owner and a son of A.B. Saunders.

Staff notation.

Subjects Ragtime music.  |  Australian
Other authors/contributors Saunders, Jack, 1928-2016, former owner  |  Saunders, Ray, donor  |  Single, Jill, donor
Music Publisher Number W.H.P. & Co.Ltd. 1376 

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