File MS-2-26, Box 2, Folder 10 - Program and research notes pertaining to Delius

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Program and research notes pertaining to Delius

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MS-2-26, Box 2, Folder 10

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  • 1936 (Creation)
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9 pages of textual records. - 1 program.

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([19--] - 2012)

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File contains research and program notes by Anthony Pugh on Frederick Delius. The file also includes a program for a performance of Delius's "A Mass for Life," performed by the Liverpool Philharmonic Society, conducted by J.E. Wallace, which Pugh collected and used in his research.

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