Music Both Ways Issue Title Put It There 1940

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Music Both Ways. Part of issue PUT IT THERE.

Pathe Studio, London.

Several shots of a piece of sheet music, written by Ignaz Moscheles and called 'The Way of the World', that has been written with treble clefs at both sides of the stave. The music is the same whether viewed the right...

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Cataloguer:
Sarah
Stock:
Black & White
Sound:
Sound
Media URN:
66079
Sort Number:
NSP 225
Time in/Out:
01:57:22:00 / 01:58:33:00
Canister:
NSP 225
Film ID:
2328.42
Issue Date:
25/09/1940

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