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1941 Secular Choral Sheet Music For Women's Voices

LISTED ON TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 2018 - VIEWED 63 TIMES
This women's choral sheet music was published in 1941 by G. Schirmer, Incorporated of New York. The title of the piece is "Mountains", and it was written by Oscar Rasbach, and arranged by Kenneth Downing for a three-part chorus of women's voices with piano accompaniment. This music will be a great purchase or gift for anyone that enjoys playing or singing musical pieces from the early twentieth century.

This sheet music is in very good condition, there is yellowing of the paper, and some minor corner bumping. I found no marks or other entries made by the previous owner, and it is approximately 10 1/4" in height and 6 3/4" in width, and there are ten pages.

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