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Four songs

Four songs

 
 
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The city of sleep / by Arthur Reginald Little -- Take, o, take those lips away / by John Beach -- Take, o, take those lips away / by Frederic Ayres -- Eskimo love song / by Stanley R. Avery (Content)
Words for 1st song by Rudyard Kipling, 2nd and 3rd by William Shakespeare from "Measure for Measure," to 4th by Frances C. Lamont (General)
"Volume V [Winter Quarter - Part I] No. 33." (source note)

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Date

01/01/1906
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Contributors

Little, Arthur Reginald (composer)
Beach, John Parsons -- 1877-1953 (composer)
Ayres, Frederic -- 1876-1926 (composer)
Avery, Stanley R. (Stanley Robert) -- 1879-1967 (composer)
Kipling, Rudyard -- 1865-1936 (lyricist)
Shakespeare, William -- 1564-1616 (lyricist)
Lamont, Frances C. (lyricist)
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massachusetts
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