2 edition of A pleasant ballad of Tobias found in the catalog.
A pleasant ballad of Tobias
|Series||Eighteenth century -- reel 1491, no. 47.|
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A Pleasant Ballad of Tobias ( words) exact match in snippet view article find links to article A Pleasant Ballad of Tobias is an English broadside ballad from the late 17th century. It is based on the story of Tobias from The Book of Tobit, one of.
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Tobias also can rhapsodize and be reflective with a ballad as he shows on a pretty tune called "September", one of the CDs more pleasant moments. Tobias does not try to over intellectualize with his compositions nor overwhelm with his piano.
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