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Music composed by George Kleinsinger (Tubby the Tuba, etc).

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Author, Narrator – Paul Wing. Conductor, Orchestra – Russ Case And His Orchestra. Music By – George Kleinsinger. This is part of set, sides one and four being missing. It is in an envelope for Whitney's Powell Street, San Francisco. Label Code (Side A): F2RB-3404.

Author, Narrator – Paul Wing. Label Code (Side A): 45-5800-A.

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Tracklist

A1 Pan The Piper (Part 1)
B1 Pan The Piper (Part 2)
C1 Pan The Piper (Part 3)
D1 Pan The Piper (Part 4)

Credits

  • Author, Narrator – Paul Wing
  • Conductor, Orchestra – Russ Case And His Orchestra
  • Music By – George Kleinsinger

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Label Code (Side A): 45-5800-A
  • Label Code (Side D): 45-5800-B
  • Label Code (Side B): 45-5801-A
  • Label Code (Side C): 45-5801-B
George Kleinsinger, Paul Wing - Pan The Piper: The Reed That Grew Into An Orchestra FLAC album
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