SUPPLEMENTARY NOVELLO COLLECTION. Vol. XIV (ff. 73). Songs for voice and piano; 1927- 1939, n.d. 1. ff. 1-3v. 'The Bees' Song' (words, Walter de la Mare); 1927. Two versions, that in E flat published London: Elkin, 1927. 370 x 275mm. 2. ff. 4-8. 'Thr... 1927-1939

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SUPPLEMENTARY NOVELLO COLLECTION. Vol. XIV (ff. 73). Songs for voice and piano; 1927-1939, n.d. 1. ff. 1-3v. 'The Bees' Song' (words, Walter de la Mare); 1927. Two versions, that in E flat published London: Elkin, 1927. 370 x 275mm. 2. ff. 4-8. 'Thr..., 1927-1939

SUPPLEMENTARY NOVELLO COLLECTION. Vol. XIV (ff. 73). Songs for voice and piano; 1927- 1939, n.d. 1. ff. 1-3v. 'The Bees' Song' (words, Walter de la Mare); 1927. Two versions, that in E flat published London: Elkin, 1927. 370 x 275mm. 2. ff. 4-8. 'Thr... 1927-1939

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