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Mentioned at the end of the 1909 young adult novel ''[https://archive.org/stream/roadtooz00baum#page/250/mode/1up/ The Road to Oz]'' by L. Frank Baum. They play a "beautiful march" called "There's No Plate Like Tin." Perhaps fully known as '''The Tin Band of the Emperor of the Winkies'''
 
Mentioned at the end of the 1909 young adult novel ''[https://archive.org/stream/roadtooz00baum#page/250/mode/1up/ The Road to Oz]'' by L. Frank Baum. They play a "beautiful march" called "There's No Plate Like Tin." Perhaps fully known as '''The Tin Band of the Emperor of the Winkies'''
  
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Also mentioned in the novel is the Emperor Tin Man's unnamed "[https://archive.org/stream/cu31924026422372#page/n171/mode/2up tin orchestra]."
  
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Latest revision as of 04:44, 21 June 2017

Mentioned at the end of the 1909 young adult novel The Road to Oz by L. Frank Baum. They play a "beautiful march" called "There's No Plate Like Tin." Perhaps fully known as The Tin Band of the Emperor of the Winkies

Also mentioned in the novel is the Emperor Tin Man's unnamed "tin orchestra."