A book of part songs / music by Jacqui Rutten ; texts from 'The flowering of the soul' [edited by] L. Vardey. ©2007.

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A book of part songs / music by Jacqui Rutten ; texts from 'The flowering of the soul' [edited by] L. Vardey. ©2007.

1 score (various pagings) ; 30 cm.

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