Australian C20th vocal compositions [music] / compiled by The Lieder Society of Victoria
- Bib ID:
- Camberwell, [Vic.] : Charity Press, [197-?]
- 1 score (38 p.) ; 35 cm.
- Full contents:
- Morning glory / Phyllis Batchelor
- Australian sunrise / B.R. De Oleveira
- Eve's aria : from act I of the opera Garni sands / George Dreyfus
- Faith, a poem / Robert Gavin ; [words] Ada Cambridge
- Red autumn in Valvins / Helen M. Gifford
- Monody for solo voice / Graham Hair
- Sea child / Linda Phillips
- Boy, we follow a star! / M. Sutherland ; [words] Joan Lindsay
- Excerpt from Three parts of a talk with Lin Chiu / George Tibbits
- Sick rose / Felix Werder.
- Chiefly for voice and piano. Eve's aria is an extract from an opera, originally with orchestra; Monody for solo voice is unaccompanied.
- Other authors/contributors:
- Lieder Society of Victoria
- Also Titled:
- Australian 20th century vocal compositions
- Australian twentieth century vocal compositions
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- Until 2049 [Created/Published Date + 70 Years]
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- Literary Dramatic Musical
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