Words And Music By - No. 3 1928

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"Songs - songs - songs! The world echoes to the words and music of famous Composers whose appearance to us is unknown. For instance, how many singers of "I Passed By Your Window" would know the two lady composers - ?" Woman stands in a doorway with a young child. Miss May Brake and Miss Helen Taylor...

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Cataloguer:
Jenny
Stock:
Black & White
Sound:
Mute
Media URN:
15035
Sort Number:
EP 103
Time in/Out:
01:10:51:00 / 01:15:31:00
Canister:
EP 103
Film ID:
882.05
Issue Date:
20/12/1928

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