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Goodnight Angeline

Goodnight Angeline

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Parts: solo B-flat cornet (2), solo or 1st B-flat clarinet (2), basses (2), drums (2), 1st & 2nd trombones - treble clef (2), 1st & 2nd trombones - bass clef (2), 1st & 2nd E-flat horns (2), 3rd & 4th E-flat horns (2), D-flat piccolo, C flute, oboe, bassoon, E-flat clarinet, 2nd B-flat clarinet, 3rd B-flat clarinet, 1st B-flat cornet, soprono saxophone, alto saxophone, tenor saxophone, baritone saxophone, baritone (bass clef), baritone (treble clef), 3rd trombone (bass clef), 3rd trombone (treble clef), 2nd & 3rd B-flat cornets (2). (Content)
Copyright MCMXX by M. Witmark & Sons, New York. Carl Fischer, Cooper Square, New York, Sole Selling Agent (Copyright)
16 blank pages
"Fox Trot"

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01/01/1920
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Contributors

Meacham, F. W. (composer)
Sissle, Noble -- 1889-1975 (composer)
Ivers, Harold (arranger)
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