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Our Baby: A Popular Song : Solo, Duett and Quartette

written by Mrs. Gage ; composed by J.W. Eronters
Format
Musical Score; Online
Published
New York, N.Y. (395 Broadway, New York) : W.E. Millet & Son, c1866.
Language
English
Variant Title
First line of text: Did you ever see our baby
Description
1 score (5 p.)
Notes
  • For vocal quartet (SATB) and piano.
  • Composer given as J.W. Eromteu in caption title.
  • At head of title: "To the ladies."
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M1 .S445 v.130 no.34