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dc.contributor.authorWilliamson, Arthur-
dc.contributor.authorLongfellow, Henry-
dc.descriptionScanned from the Original held in Rare Books & Special Collections, Barr Smith Library, MSS 0200en
dc.description3 p MS ink plus cover page (stamped Beryl Kekwick)-
dc.descriptionStamped "Beryl Kekwick"-
dc.descriptionWords by the poet Henry Longfellow 1807-1882-
dc.descriptionLyrics on cover page: "I've heard the magic songs that love sings, Believed the lies that love will tell; I've known the loneliness that love brings To those like me who love too well. I'm vain have I pretended to call this love a passing phase, Yet till my life is ended I know I'll never change my ways."-
dc.descriptionFirst line of lyrics: "Sweet as the tender fragrance that survives..."-
dc.descriptionSung by Peter Dawson as reported in The Critic 25 June 1913.-
dc.subjectSongs - Australianen
dc.subjectCompositions - Australianen
dc.titleSeries 1.1 - Songs: Thy Remembranceen
dc.typeComposition (music)en
dc.identifier.callnumMSS 0200-
Appears in Collections:Arthur Williamson (1884-1939). Digitised Scores

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