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||London: Swan & Co., 1921. Plate 2741.
||Scanned at 600 dpi
This song was extracted by the composer from his Opera-Ballet The Wizard, Op.70. He later repudiated the opus number 79.
- Entirely, or for this work only? A new recording of piano music by Holbrooke contains a "Concert Valse "Talsarnau" Op. 79" making the presence of Op.79 here all the more confusing. - Schissel