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Hunting song from "King Arthur" : duet

Author: Frederic Field Bullard; Richard Hovey
Publisher: Boston : Oliver Ditson Co., ©1900.
Series: Songs / by Frederic Field Bullard
Edition/Format:   Musical score : Songs : English
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Genre/Form: Musical settings
Named Person: Richard Hovey
Document Type: Musical Score
All Authors / Contributors: Frederic Field Bullard; Richard Hovey
OCLC Number: 13480182
Notes: For tenor and bass duet and piano.
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From poem: Hunting-song from "King Arthur" / Richard Hovey. Cf. More songs from Vagabondia / Bliss Carman and Richard Hovey, p. 61.
Also published for: 4-part men's chorus.
First line of text: Oh, who would stay indoor, indoor?
First line of poem: Oh who would stay indoor, indoor?
Description: 1 score ([2], 3-7, [1] p.) ; 35 cm.
Series Title: Songs / by Frederic Field Bullard
Responsibility: [words by] Richard Hovey ; [music by] Frederic Field Bullard.

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