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Return to the land of Oz

Peter Quartermain

Return to the land of Oz

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Published by Richmond Music Co. in Leigh-on-Sea .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Cast: 5 girls, 5 boys, extras.

StatementA musical for children based on the book "The Land of Oz" by L. Frank Bawn. Lyrics by Iris Grover, music by John Puddick.
ContributionsBaum, L. Frank 1856-1919., Grover, Iris., Puddick, John.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20043502M


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