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Songs from Shakespeare

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Songs from Shakespeare : for children's voices or mixed adult choir and orchestra / by Simon Wade.

  • Published by Australian Music Centre — 1 facsimile score (83p. -- B4 (portrait))
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Product details

Duration: 20 min.

Contents note: Under the greenwood tree -- Blow, blow, thou winter wind -- It was a lover and his lass -- Lullaby -- Where the bee sucks -- Come unto these yellow sands -- Full fathom five.

Copyright held by A.M.C.

"The first performance by the Townsville Youth Choral Group and Townsville Youth Orchestra, for whom the piece was written, was given in 1984, conducted by the composer" -- Cover.

Revised 1987.


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