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Kammerkonzert : four Klavier, Floote und Streicher / Hans Werner Henze. [music]
Bib ID 111540
Format MusicMusic
Author
Henze, Hans Werner, 1926-
 
Description Mainz : Schott, c1977 
2 parts ; 34 cm. 
Notes

For flute, piano, and string orchestra; parts for piano and flute.

Caption title (piano part).

Subjects Concertos (Flute and piano with string orchestra) -- Parts (solo)
Music Publisher Number ED 7161  B.S.S. 37130 
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260 |aMainz :|bSchott,|cc1977.
300 |a2 parts ;|c34 cm.
500 |aFor flute, piano, and string orchestra; parts for piano and flute.
500 |aCaption title (piano part).
650 0 |aConcertos (Flute and piano with string orchestra)|xParts (solo)
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