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Wind quintet, opus 71 [music] : for flute, oboe, clarinet, French horn and bassoon / by Geoffrey Allen
Bib ID 4330497
Format MusicMusic
Author
Allen, Geoffrey, 1927-
 
Uniform Title Quintets, winds, op. 71
Description Perth, W.A. : Keys Press, 2007 
1 score (35 p.) + 5 parts ; 30 cm. 
ISMN 9790720052922  M720052922 
Notes

In the score the clarinet and French horn parts are notated in C at sounding pitch ; they are transposed appropriately in the accompanying parts in B flat and F respectively.

Publisher's no.: KP 0285.

Subjects Wind quintets.
Music Publisher Number KP 0285 

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