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Reviewed Works: The Phantom Host. Choral Ballad for Men's Voices by Canon Gorton, Friedrich Hegar; As Torrents in Summer by Longfellow, Edward Elgar; To Celia by William Whitehead, C. Lee Williams; Give a Man a Horse He Can Ride by James Thomson, C. Harford Lloyd
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The Musical Times
Vol. 47, No. 758 (Apr. 1, 1906), p. 252
DOI: 10.2307/905116
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/905116
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