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Selection of Scotch melodies
United States Air Force Concert Band. itr
Date Created and/or Issued
[1913 or 1914]
Publication Information
Cleveland, Ohio : Lakeside Indestructible Cylinder Record
Contributing Institution
UC Santa Barbara, Library, Department of Special Research Collections
Cylinder Audio Archive
Rights Information
copyright unknown
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Lakeside Indestructible Cylinder Record: 1604.
Year of release from Indestructible and U.S. Everlasting Cylinders: An Illustrated History and Cylinderography / Kurt Nauck and Allan Sutton (2011).
U.S. Concert Band.
Instrumental selection.
David Giovannoni collection.
Also available online via the internet.
Electronic resource
1 cylinder (ca. 4 min.) : 160 rpm ; 2 1/4 x 4 in.
No linguistic content
Popular instrumental music--1911-1920
Band music
Time Period

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