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Echo II (1978) [music] : for 'cello with stereo tape-delay system / Roger Smalley
Bib ID 1846337
Format MusicMusic
Author
Smalley, Roger, 1943-2015
 
Description London : Faber Music, c1988 
1 score (11 p.) 30 x 42 cm 1 part ([ii], 7 p.) ill. 42 cm. 
ISBN 057150714X
Notes

Score is separate insert.

Duration: ca. 9 minutes.

Subjects Electronic music.  |  Cello music.
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