Published July 2003
by A-R Editions .
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||216|
Review: Six Orchestral Serenades from South Germany and Austria, Part 1: Munich; Part 2: Salzburg, Thurn und Taxis, and Oettingen-Wallerstein Sterling E. Murray Search for other works by this author on:Author: Sterling E. Murray. Set of 24 parts: Series: Classical Era Publisher: A-R Editions This part is part of the set Six Orchestral Serenades from South Germany and Austria; For the full score, see Six Orchestral Serenades from South Germany and Austria, Part 2. Series: Classical Era Publisher: A-R Editions This part is part of the set Six Orchestral Serenades from South Germany and Austria; For the full score, see Six Orchestral Serenades from South Germany and Austria, Part 2. Recent Researches in the Music of the Classical Era: Six Orchestral Serenades from South Germany and Austria: Part 2: Salzburg, Thurn und Taxis, and Oettingen-Wallerstein C70 by Andrew Kearns (Editor), Franz Xaver Pokorny, Antonio Rosetti, Joseph Hafeneder Paperback, .
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