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Review: Day-Dreams. The Throstle Sings by Max Meyer-Olbersleben; W. G. Rothery

Reviewed Works: Day-Dreams. The Throstle Sings by Max Meyer-Olbersleben, W. G. Rothery; By Woodland and Wayside. When the World Is Gay by Ewald Franz, W. G. Rothery; The Nightingale in Moonlit Glade. The Birds Are Singing by Hans Sitt, W. G. Rothery
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The Musical Times
Vol. 50, No. 798 (Aug. 1, 1909), p. 525
DOI: 10.2307/906431
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/906431
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