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Sir Edward German (17 February 1862 – 11 November 1936) was an English musician and composer of Welsh descent, best remembered for his extensive output of incidental music for the stage and as a successor to Arthur Sullivan in the field of English comic opera. Some of his light operas, especially Merrie England, are still performed.

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Uniform title: Nell Gwyn. Dances; arranged
by German, Edward, 1862-1936
London ; Melbourne : Chappell & Co., 1900
 
 
Uniform title: Nell Gwyn. Dances; arranged
by German, Edward, 1862-1936
London : Chappell & Co., 1900
 
 
by German, Edward, 1862-1936
London : Edwin Ashdown ; Sydney : D. Davis & Co., c1912
 
 
Uniform title: Songs. Selections
by German, Edward, 1862-1936
London ; Melbourne : Chappell & Co., [1914] , ©1914
MusicMusic [notated music, volume]
 
 
by German, Edward, 1862-1936
London ; New York : Boosey & Co. ; [Adelaide] : Woodman's Music Warehouse, [1908] , ©1908
MusicMusic [notated music, volume]
 
 
Uniform title: Merrie England. O peaceful England; arranged
by German, Edward, 1862-1936
London ; Sydney : Chappell & Co., [not before 1956] , ©1935
MusicMusic [notated music, volume]
 
 
Uniform title: Merrie England. English rose
by German, Edward, 1862-1936
London ; Melbourne : Chappell & Co., [not after 1906] , ©1902
MusicMusic [notated music, volume]
 
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