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The Angelus

as sung by the Bostonians in "The serenade," comic opera ; libretto by Harry B. Smith ; music by Victor Herbert
Format
Musical Score
Published
New York : Edward Schuberth & Co., [1897]
Edition
Low voice
Language
English words
Staff notation
Uniform Title
Serenade Angelus
Variant Title
First line of text: The Angelus sounds from the convent bells like a dear voice, low and tender
Description
1 vocal score (3 unnumbered pages) : illustrations ; 28 cm
Notes
  • For voice and piano; excerpt from a musical, accompaniment originally for orchestra.
  • Illustrated title page in orange, green, and black; title page illustration of a monk playing a double bass; on border of pages [2}-[3] people walking toward a church with a winged figure in the background.
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