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Alexander Frame Lithgow (1 December 1870 in Glasgow – 12 July 1929 in Launceston, Tasmania) was a Scottish-born, New Zealand and Australian based composer and bandleader known as the "Sousa of the Antipodes".
His name is pronounced "Alek" by his family.

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Melbourne : Ed. Lyons, [between 1930 and 1960]
MusicMusic [notated music, sheet]
by Lithgow, Alex F., 1870-1929
Launceston, Tas. : Commonwealth Band Music, [19--]
by Lithgow, Alex F., 1870-1929
Launceston, Tasmania : Commonwealth Band Music, [between 1890 and 1930?]
MusicMusic [notated music, volume]
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