The Tony Shuker Sheet Music Collection

Fallen Roses - Waltz [ps (also published]

Published: 1912Author/ Composer: Arthur de Blonc

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Reference books: H&M: Henson & Morgan 'First Hits'/ G&L:Gånzl & Lamb 'Gånzl's Book of the Musical Theatre' / LL Leslie Lowe 'Directory of Popular Music' / LM: Leonard Maltin's Movie & Video Guide' / CM: Colin Macinnes 'Sweet Saturday Night' / ODM Oxford Dictionary of Music / SG Stanley Green 'Encyclopaedia of the Musical' / BSM: Stubblebine 'Broadway Sheet Music' / CSM: Stubblebine 'Cinema Sheet Music'