A new universal method of singing
without the use of solfeggi/
Michael William Balfe.
|Main Creator:||Balfe, M. W. (Michael William), 1808-1870|
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London : Boosey & Sons (Musical Library, 28 Holles Street),
Bound in volume initialled G.E.M.
First line of text: Si vous n'avez rien a me dire...'
First line of text: 'Sing birdie sing, and let thy song...'
First line of text: 'The last saraband has been danc'd in the hall...'
First line of text: 'A Rosebud, by my early walk, A down...'
First line of text: 'I cannot sing the old songs I sung...'
Bound in one volume entitled 'Vocal'
Physical description: 1 closed score 34cm
Previously owned by Geraldine Evelyn Manhope, Hassington House, Kensington Palace Gardens, 1870.
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