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Clorinda

Clorinda

 
 
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Parts: 1st cornet in B-flat-conductor, ripieno cornet in B-flat, 2nd cornet in B-flat, 3rd & 4th conets in B-flat, soprano cornet in E-flat, piccolo in E-flat, 1st clarinet in B-flat, 2nd clarinet in B-flat, clarinet in E-flat, solo tenor in E-flat, 1st tenor in E-flat, 2nd tenor in E-flat, 1st baritone in B-flat, 2nd baritone in B-flat, 1st tenor trombone (treble clef), 1st tenor trombone (bass clef), 2nd tenor trombone (treble clef), 2nd tenor trombone (bass clef), bass trombone, euphonion (bass clef), euphonion in B-flat (treble clef), bombardon (bass clef), bombardon in E-flat (treble clef), contra bass in B-flat, drums. (Content)
Copyright 1907 by J.B. Cramer & Co. Ltd. (Copyright)
Part of collection of pieces including "Inspiration" by Everett, "Clorinda" by Ring, "Waiting at the Church" by Pether, and "The Belle of Mayfair" by Kaps. Published as Boosey & Co.'s Brass & Reed Band Journal, issue No.463, July 1907. Publisher addresses: 295, Regent Street, London, W. 13, High Street, Alsershot, and 9, East Seventeenth Street, New York.
"Two Step-Clorinda" "By kind permission of Messrs. J.B. Cramer & Co. Ltd."

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01/01/1907
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london
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