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Die Veroneser Elegie : [music] fur Streichorchester / Walther Aeschbacher ; nach dem Autograph herausgegeben von Bernhard Pauler
Bib ID 1167835
Format MusicMusic
Author
Aeschbacher, Walther
 
Edition Partitur. 
Description Berg a. I/Zurich : Amadeus : Zu beziehen durch Eulenburg, 1974 
1 score (12 p.) ; 30 cm. 
Notes

For string orchestra.

Reproduced from holograph.

Subjects Aeschbacher, Walther -- Manuscripts -- Facsimiles.  |  String orchestra music -- Scores.  |  Music -- Manuscripts -- Facsimiles.
Other authors/contributors Pauler, Bernhard
Music Publisher Number GM 523 

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