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The Adelaide kreuz polka
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Creator : Romano, Pietro
Place Of Creation : Adelaide, S. Aust.
Publisher : S. Marshall
Date of creation : [1895?]
Additional Creator : Leschen, Hugo
Format : Sheet music
Contributor : State Library catalogue
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Towns and regions across Australia were lauded and sentimentalised in location songs that were used to promote regional produce or attract tourists.
Signor F. Setaro was a well known violinist and leader of the Canary String Band which performed at various sorts of functions including weddings and picnics.

Subjects
Coverage year : 1895
Period : 1884-1913
Region : Adelaide city
Further reading :

Holmes, Robyn. The collector's book of sheet music covers, Canberra : National Library of Australia, 2001

From Colonel Light into the footlights : the performing arts in South Australia from 1836 to the present Norwood, S. Aust. : Pagel Books, 1988

Currency companion to music & dance in Australia, Sydney : Currency House in association with Currency Press, 2003

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