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  For Sale > Ephemera > Sheet Music > Croa jingo long

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Croa jingo long

Dimensions:  242
W
 x  316
H
  mm


Croa-jingo-long An Australain Fox Trot Song.

Now this is sheet music that has been well used and has a lot of character.

The front cover features a black and white photograph of two bullock trains crossing a river; perhaps in the Croajingolong area of Eastern Victoria. It proclaims to be the prize winning song in Ruby Nortons £100 competition. Words by Alice Lind, music by Pat Dunlop.

There is wear on this item, a name written in ink on the top right corner, several pieces of tape holding it together and curiously enough there is a line of neat machine sewing down the spine.

The link below is for the National Film and Sound Archive recording in 1923 of Croa-jingo-long (Back to Croajingolong).

http://nla.gov.au/nla.mus-an6045944



Condition: Good

Price: $14.00 AUD including GST

  
 
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