Leonard Bernstein 1918-1990 composerMusical Notes
Three songs for Shoshanah : for voice and pianoforte.
London : Peter Ury
Hebrew romanized words.
Shoshanah (The rose) -- Shoshanah II -- R'itiha (I saw her...).
שושנה -- שושנה 2 -- ראיתיה.
6 pages of music
Noy.H ספר אורי
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