An ode to peace, four part song for mixed voices, unaccompanied
four part song for mixed voices, unaccompanied
- Physical Description
1 score ( pages) ; 36 cm
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- General Note
Group portraits of singers on p.  and  of cover
Includes words of song printed as text (p.  of cover), Announcement, Parliament of Peace and Universal Brotherhood : to be held in the Greek Theater, Point Loma, California, 1915 / [signed by] Katherine Tingley, and exerpts of an address by Tingley at the Centennial Celebration of the San Diego Federation of State Societies at Coronado, Calif., July 13, 1914 (p.  of cover)
"... September 28, 1914. Additional copies ... Address: Isis Conservatory of Music, Point Loma, California."
"Set to music for, and first sung at The Twentieth Universal Peace Congress at The Hague, August 20th, 1913, by International Representatives of the Râja-Yoga College ... Point Loma, California."
"Written for the International Theosophical Peace Congress, Visingsö, Sweden, June 22-29, 1913. Set to music for the Twentieth World-Peace Congress ..."--P.  of cover
- Publication Information
Point Loma, Calif, Aryan Theosophical Press
Public domain (US)
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