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|Title:||Series 1.1 - Songs: The Thrush (Print Photocopy)|
|Keywords:||Songs - Australian|
Compositions - Australian
|Description:||Scanned from a Copy held in Rare Books & Special Collections, Barr Smith Library, MSS 0200|
2 p print copy
Words by the poet Edmund Goose, 1849-1928
First line of lyrics: "There's a sleek thrush sits in the apple tree. When it blooms all over..."
|Call number:||MSS 0200|
|Appears in Collections:||Arthur Williamson (1884-1939). Digitised Scores|
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