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Canadian Sheet Music
by Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus, 1756-1791
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Canadian Sheet Music
by Bizet, Georges, 1838-1875
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[English] Lamb of God, that takest away our sins, / Have compassion, have compassion upon us. / O thou Lamb of God, that takest away the sins of the world, / Have compassion, have compassion, have compassion upon us. / Lamb of God, O Lamb of God, Thou that bearest the sins of the world, / Lamb of God, O Lamb of God, Thou that takest away all the sins of the world, / O Lamb of God, thy peace be with us, Lamb of God, O Lamb of God, Thy peace with us. / Thy peace, Thy peace ever be with us....
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Canadian Sheet Music
by Deppen, Jessie L., 1881-1956
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[Verse 1] Why should we take the promises tomorrow may not pay / When we can have the happiness, that crowds our lives today? [Refrain] In the garden of tomorrow, will the roses be more fair? / Will we find relief from the sorrow, will there be more sunshine there? / For each flower that will blossom, some will die and fade away, / Oh! I’d so much rather, all my flow’rs [flowers] gather / From the gardens of today. [Verse 2] In all the gardens of the world, There is no other flow’r...
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Canadian Sheet Music
by Gagnier, J. J. (Jean-Josaphat), 1885-1949
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[Verse 1] Il est sous le soleil / Un sol unique au Monde, / Où le ciel a verse ses dons les lus brillants ; / Où repondent ses biens la Nature féconde / A ses vastes ferets me le ses loes geants. [Verse 2] Sur ses bords enchantés / Notre Mère la France / A laisse de sa gloire un immortel sillon; / Précipitant ses slots vers l'Ocèan immense, le noble St-Laurent redit encor son nom. [Verse 3] Heureux qui le connait, plus heureux qui l'habite, / Il ne quittant jamais pour chercher d'autres...
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Canadian Sheet Music
by Hatton, F. J. (Frances J.)
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Canadian Sheet Music
by Dussek, Johann Ladislaus, 1760-1812
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by Howell, C.R.
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Canadian Sheet Music
by Alford, Kenneth J., 1881-1945
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Canadian Sheet Music
by Plaidy, Louis, 1810-1874
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[German] [i] Still wie die Nacht, tief wie das Meer, / soll deine Liebe sein! / Still wie die Nacht, und tief wie das Meer, / soll deine Liebe, deine Liebe sein, / soll deine Liebe sein! [ii] Wenn du mich liebst so wie ich dich, / will ich dein eigen sein. / Heiss, wie der Stahl und fest, wie der Stein / soll deine Liebe, deine Liebe sein, / soll deine Liebe sein! [English] [i] Still as the night, deep as the sea / Should love, thy love ere [word crossed out] be! / Still as the night, and deep...
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Canadian Sheet Music
by Rossi, L.F.
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Canadian Sheet Music
by Muir, Alexander, 1830-1906
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[Verse 1] In the days of yore, from Britain’s shore, / Wolfe the dauntless hero came, / And planted firm Britannia’s flag, / On Canada’s fair domain. / Here may it wave, our boast, our pride. / And joined in love together, / The Thistle, Shamrock, Rose entwine / The Maple Leaf forever! [Chorus] The Maple Leaf, our emblem dear, / The Maple Leaf forever! / God save our King, and Heaven bless / The Maple Leaf forever! [Verse 2] At Queenston Heights and Lundy’s Lane, / Our brave fathers,...
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Canadian Sheet Music
by Bennett, William Sterndale, Sir, 1816-1875
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[i] God is a spirit, / and they that worship Him, / must worship Him in spirit and in truth. / For the Father seeketh such to worship Him. [ii] God is a spirit, / and they that worship Him, / must worship Him in spirit and in truth. / For the Father seeketh such to worship Him, / to worship Him in spirit and in truth.
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Canadian Sheet Music
by Stroud, Arthur
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[Verse 1] Hail, Caledonia! land of my childhood, / Home of my birth, so radiant and fair, / Though I have roam’d through the world and its beauties, / Nowhere on earth with thee can compare. / Thou art majestic and regals in splendor, / Thou art the land o the gallant and free, / Lassies with hearts, aye, so true and so tender / Hail, Caledonia! How I love thee! [Chorus] Let the Irish sing of their Em’ralt Isle Where the four leav’d shamrock grows, / Let the English praise their valleys...
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Canadian Sheet Music
by Morin-Labrecque, Albertine, 1886-1957
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Canadian Sheet Music
by Ross, George, 1929-
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Canadian Sheet Music
by Willan, Healey, 1880-1968
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Canadian Sheet Music
by Bohm, Carl, 1844-1920
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[German] [i] Still wie die Nacht, tief wie das Meer, / soll deine Liebe sein! / Still wie die Nacht, und tief wie das Meer, / soll deine Liebe, deine Liebe sein, / soll deine Liebe sein! [ii] Wenn du mich liebst so wie ich dich, / will ich dein eigen sein. / Heiss, wie der Stahl und fest, wie der Stein / soll deine Liebe, deine Liebe sein, / soll deine Liebe sein! [English] [i] Still as the night, deep as the sea / Should love, thy love ere [word crossed out] be! / Still as the night, and deep...
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Canadian Sheet Music
by Christiansen, F. Melius (Fredrick Melius), 1871-1955
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[Alto Solo] Fair are the meadows, / Fairer the woodlands, / Robed in flowers of blooming spring; / Jesus is fairer, / Jesus is purer, / He makes our sorrowing spirit sing. [All ladies voices] Beautiful Savior! / Lord of the nations! / Son of God and Son of Man! / Glory and honor / Praise, adoration / Now and forevermore be Thine. / Now and forevermore be Thine! [Male Chorus] Beautiful Savior! Lord of the nations! / Son of God and Son of Man! / Glory, glory and honor / Praise, adoration / Now...
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Canadian Sheet Music
by Harrison, Susie Frances, 1859-1935
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Canadian Sheet Music
by Kelly, M. F. (Michael F.), ca. 1882-1916
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[Verse 1] The Empire’s pride, stand side by side, / Upon the battlefield. / Like knights of old, so brave and bold, / The King and Flag to shield. / For each brave heart, will do his part, / For Country and for King, / And gladly go, to meet the foe, / Just hear them proudly sing. [Chorus] By order of the King, (God bless him,) we’ll fight and win or die. / “The Empire and the King,” (God bless him) is the nations [nation’s] cry, / Our countrys [country’s] pride are fighting, /...
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Canadian Sheet Music
by Flotow, Friedrich von, 1812-1883
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Canadian Sheet Music
by Lucas, Clarence, 1866-1947
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[Verse 1]: Up to your waist in water, up to your eyes in slush, / Using the kind of language that makes the sergeant blush; / Who wouldn’t join the army? / That’s what we all enquire, / Don’t we pity the poor civilians beside the fire. [Chorus]: Oh! Oh! Oh! It’s a lovely war, / Who wouldn’t be a soldier, eh? / Oh! It’s a shame to take the pay; / As soon as “reveille” has gone / We feel just as heavy as lead, / But we never get up till the sergeant brings our breakfast up to bed...
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[Verse 1] Somewhere the sun is shining, / Somewhere the songbirds dwell; / Hush, then, thy sad repining; / God lives, and all is well. [Chorus] Somewhere, Somewhere, Beautiful Isle of Somewhere! / Land of the true, where we live anew / Beautiful Isle of Somewhere! [Verse 2] Somewhere the day is longer, / Somewhere the task is done; / Somewhere the heart is stronger, / Somewhere the guerdon won. [Chorus] [Verse 3] Somewhere the load is lifted, / Close by an open gate; / Somewhere the clouds are...
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Canadian Sheet Music
by Kelly, M. F. (Michael F.), ca. 1882-1916
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[Verse 1] The Empire’s pride, stand side by side, / Upon the battlefield. / Like knights of old, so brave and bold, / The King and Flag to shield. / For each brave heart, will do his part, / For Country and for King, / And gladly go, to meet the foe, / Just hear them proudly sing. [Chorus] By order of the King, (God bless him,) we’ll fight and win or die. / “The Empire and the King,” (God bless him) is the nations [nation’s] cry, / Our countrys [country’s] pride are fighting, /...
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Canadian Sheet Music
by Mendelssohn Bartholdy, Felix, 1809-1847
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[Verse 1] Saskatchewan, Saskatchewan, / We rise to greet you here. / Our home thou art, a mighty part / Of Nation Empire dear. / You are our own, each field and stone, / Each prairie flow’r [flower] that blows. / Each leafy scene, each deep ravine, / Each winding stream that flows. [Chorus] We love our home, Saskatchewan. / Our own Canadian Home, / Where Freedom broadens out beneath / The sweep of heav’n’s [heaven’s] dome. / Today we stand as through the years / Our faithful fathers...
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Canadian Sheet Music
by Lucas, Clarence, 1866-1947
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Canadian Sheet Music
by Adamson, John
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[Soprano Solo] There were ninety and nine that safely lay in the shelter of the fold, / But one was out on the hills away, / Far off from the gates of gold / Away on the mountains wild and bare, / away from the tender Shepherd’s care, / Away from the tender Shepherd’s care. [SATB) Lord Thou hast here Thy ninety and nine, are they not enough for Thee? are they not enough for Thee? [Solo (bass)] But the Shepherd made answer: [Tenor Solo] “This of mine has wandered away from me, / And...
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Canadian Sheet Music
by Fax, James
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[Verse 1] With unbounded love for Canada, we sing a song of praise; / For her hills and valleys beautiful, and radiant golden days; / Every rippling lake and rivulet, and every mountain dome; / Combines to lift our hearts in pride of the land that we call home. / We prize the past achievements, of the dauntless race of men, / Who have toiled and made thee famous, with ploughshare, axe, and pen, / We revere thy daughters, Canada, who strive to prove thy worth, / By making thee in very truth a...
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Canadian Sheet Music
by Gurlitt, Cornelius, 1820-1901
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Canadian Sheet Music
by Harrison, Lawrence Kenall
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[i] In Flanders fields the poppies blow / between the crosses row on row, / that mark our place, and in the sky, / The larks still bravely singing, fly, / Scarce heard amidst the guns below. [ii] We are the Dead / Short days ago, / We lived, felt dawn[,] saw sunset glow / Loved and were loved, but now we lie, / In Flanders Fields. [iii] Take up our quarrel with the foe. / To you from failing hands We throw, / the torch. / Be yours to hold it high, / and if ye break faith with us who die, / We...
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Canadian Sheet Music
by Huycke, Asa, 1891-1971
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Canadian Sheet Music
by Jenner, Herbert
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[Verse 1] I am lonely wand’ring in the woodlands, / Mid’st the fallen leaves all gold and brown, / Where the air blows chill from off the waters, / And the distant mountains darkly frown. [Chorus] Darling meet me when the shadows lengthen, / When the moon illumes the silent night, / When the glitt’ring stars shine out resplendent, / And the dewdrops sparkle in their light. [Verse 2] Oft I think of that fair night last summer / When we sail’d across the broad lagoon / And the Zephyrs...
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Canadian Sheet Music
by Kendis, James, 1883-1946
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[English version] [Verse 1] Sweetheart, come sit down beside me, / Hide all your tears with a smile; / Our joys come and go as tides ebb and flow, / Be patient and wait for a while. [Chorus] When the tide comes in, on the golden shore, / Silv’ry waves roll in to wash our cares away; / And our ship will bring ev’ry precious thing, / We’ll be happy dear forever and a day, / Tho’ the tide is low, it must turn, you know, / And we’ll find our sweetest dreams are not in vain; / Let us never...
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Canadian Sheet Music
by Lavalle, Calixa, 1842-1891
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[English] [Verse 1] O Canada! Our fathers’ land of old, / Thy brow is crown’d with leaves of red and gold. / Beneath the shade of the Holy cross, Thy children own their birth. / No stains thy glorious annals gloss, / Since valour shields thy hearth. / Almighty God! On Thee we call. / Defend our rights, forefend this nation’s thrall. / Defend our rights, forefend this nation’s thrall. / [Verse 4] Altar and throne command our sacred love, / And mankind to us shall ever brothers prove. / O...
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Canadian Sheet Music
by MacNutt, Albert E. (Albert Erroll), 1891-1952
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[Verse 1] When you think of the boys that march away, / Perhaps to return no more; / And then of the mothers that weep and pray; / When you think of the horrors of war. / When you think of the days of peace gone by; / And how happy we were then. / There’s a voice in our hearts that seems to cry, / Let the world have peace again. [Chorus] When the world has peace again; / And love rules the hearts of men. / Each mother’s heart will thrill with joy: / “Thank God! It’s o’er, My boy! my...
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Canadian Sheet Music
by Mendelssohn Bartholdy, Felix, 1809-1847
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Canadian Sheet Music
by Massenet, Jules, 1842-1912
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by O'Hara, Geoffrey, 1882-1967
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[i] I made of my heart a temple, / But the Saviour came not in, / For its aisles were cloyed with malice, / And its bells were choked with sin. [ii] And its air was heavy with incense, / And its priests were sandal-shod, / I made of my heart a temple, / But its revealed no God! [iii] I made of my heart a stable, / And the Saviour came and smiled, / Where the cattle of human kindness / Browsed the evening mild, [iv] And its air was pure and pungent, / With grass of the rain swept sad, / I made...
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Canadian Sheet Music
by Slater, David Dick, 1869-1942
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[Verse 1] Wake, awake this happy morn, / Come and tread the meadows, / Greet the rosy day again, / After night’s dark shadows; / Brightly gleams on high the sun, / Every bird is singing, / Music heralds in the May / ‘Till the whole world’s ringing. [Chorus] Daffodils, sweet daffodils, every-where are waking! / Primrose and violet, wintry sleep forsaking! / Wake, awake, the Spring is born, / Wake, awake this May-day morn! [Verse 2] Rise, arise, the Spring is here, / April showers are over,...
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Canadian Sheet Music
by Tarbox, Chas. Smith
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by Thompson, Gordon Vincent, 1888-1965
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[Verse 1] When the Angel of Death shall summon me / My earthly home to leave, / Should the fears of the grave e’er come to me, / Should my heart for a moment grieve? / When his voice shall resound from without the deep / And call me at last from my latest sleep; / When he points with his hand to that long promised land / Will I trust him and firmly believe / When the [Chorus] Angel of Death shall call for me, / And take me away from here / I shall be ready to hear his voice; / my soul hath...
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Canadian Sheet Music
by Wegenast, F. W. (Franklin W.), 1876-1942
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Canadian Sheet Music
by Chopin, Frdric, 1810-1849
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Canadian Sheet Music
by Visher, Albin
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Canadian Sheet Music
by Canadian Academy of Music and Toronto College of Music
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by Canadian Academy of Music and Toronto College of Music
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Canadian Sheet Music
by Chandler, Gus
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Canadian Sheet Music
by Cohan, George M. (George Michael), 1878-1942
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[English] [Verse 1] Johnnie get your gun, get your gun, get your gun / Take it on the run, on the run, on the run / Hear them calling you and me / Ev’ry son of liberty / Hurry right away, no delay, go today / Make your daddy glad, to have had such a lad / Tell your sweetheart not to pine / to be proud her boy’s in line. [Chorus] Over there / over there / send the word, send the word over there / That the Yanks are coming, the Yanks are coming / The drums rumtumming ev’ry where / So...
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Canadian Sheet Music
by Davis, M. Gillmor
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[Verse 1] In the shadows of the gloaming / Oft in fancy back we roam / In the dim and quiet twilight / Oft we think of childhood’s home / And the garden where the roses / Bloom’d so sweet in June’s fair hours [.] / Oft in fancy now we wander / ‘Neath the verdant leafy bow’rs [.] [Chorus] Back thro’ years of joy and sorrow / To the friends we had to part / Fancy brings again the homestead / That lies green within the heart. [Verse 2] Glance we at the open windows / As we gently pass...
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[Verse 1]: England, we have caught the message / Flashed to us from o’er [over] the sea. / Of the Titan struggle telling, That has hid the skies from thee; / Telling how thine ancient spirit / Springs a new into the new light, / There to stand with every nation / That will tread thy path of right, / Shall we aid our Kind and Mother, While their bugles cry of war? / Yea! Thy regiments make answer Canada, our Canada! [Verse 2]: Rise, ye western sons of England! / Put, all selfishness behind, /...
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Canadian Sheet Music
by Dvork, Antonn, 1841-1904
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by Dvork, Antonn, 1841-1904
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Canadian Sheet Music
by Adams, A. E. (A. Emmett)
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[Verse 1] Love, you have left me weary and lonely, / Sailing so far away. / Ah! How I miss you daily I’m praying / Safely you’ll come home some day. [Chorus] God send you back to me / Over the mighty sea / Dearest, I want you near. / God dwells above you, / Knows how I love you, / He will bring you back to me! [Verse 2] Though we are parted love lives forever, / When hearts are fond and true. / So, till our meeting let us remember / Ever I pray for you. [Chorus repeats]
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Canadian Sheet Music
by Friml, Rudolf, 1879-1972
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Someday you will seek me and find me / Someday of the days that shall be / Surely you will come and remind me / of a dream that is calling for you and for me / Someday when the winter is over / Someday in the flush of the Spring / My soul shall discover, the soul born for her lover, / the man with the heart of a King.
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Canadian Sheet Music
by Godard, Benjamin, 1849-1895
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