Daisy : an opera in two acts. Overture / [music by] Julia Smith ; libretto by Bertita Harding. [1973?].

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Smith, Julia, 1905-1989. Daisy : an opera in two acts. Overture / [music by] Julia Smith ; libretto by Bertita Harding.

Daisy : an opera in two acts. Overture / [music by] Julia Smith ; libretto by Bertita Harding. [1973?].

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