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Songs we sing from Rodgers and Hammerstein. Favorite songs from Oklahoma!, South Pacific, Carousel, Pipe dream, State fair, Allegro, and the king and I.

Author: Norman Lloyd
Publisher: New York, Golden Press and Williamson Music Inc. [©1957, 1965]
Series: A Big golden book
Edition/Format:   Musical score : English
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Genre/Form: Vocal scores with piano
Named Person: Oscar Hammerstein, II; Richard Rodgers
Document Type: Musical Score
All Authors / Contributors: Norman Lloyd
OCLC Number: 7708915
Description: 77 pages illustrations 33 cm.
Series Title: A Big golden book
Responsibility: Arranged. for piano by Norman Lloyd; introductions by Mary Rodgers Beaty; illustrated by William Dugan.

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