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Published by The Columbian Conservatory of Music, a score for piano, No. 137. "The poetic idea: The word 'amulet' means a charm or talisman worn by a person to ward off evil spirits, bring good luck. The composer has chosen the heart design amulet to represent the sentiment of this composition."
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Engelmann, Hans Fritz, "Hearts Amulet" (1911). Edwardian Scores Collection. 23.