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La légende des trois cavaliers : chanson / paroles de Eugène Héros ; musique de Gaston Maquis
Bib ID 8041190
Format MusicMusic [notated music, volume]
Author
Maquis, Gaston, 1860-1908, composer
 
Access Conditions Available for reference. Not available for loan. 
Description Paris : a la Chanson moderne, [1898] 
1 vocal score (2 unnumbered pages) ; 34 cm 
Notes

Caption title.

"A Me Irène Henry, à Me L. Damoye du Parisien. Crée par Musette au Petit Casino, Me Dow à la Scala, Me Dufresny au Moulin Rouge".

"Répertorie Mercadier, crée par Anna Thibaud a l'Eldorado".

Plate number: C.M. 156.

Library's copy includes a version with melody line only and verses 2-4 printed as text tipped in.

French words.

Staff notation.

Other authors/contributors Héros, Eugène, 1860-1925, lyricist
Music Publisher Number C.M. 156 

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