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Sonatine e-moll fur Flote oder Violine und Klavier, op. 34 / Franz Danzi ; herausgegeben von Dieter H. Forster. [music]
Bib ID 2011717
Format MusicMusic
Author
Danzi, Franz, 1763-1826
 
Uniform Title Sonatinas, flute, piano, op. 34, E minor
Description Adliswil-Z[uric]h, Switzerland : Kunzelmann, c1977 
1 score (17 p.) + 1 part (4 p.) ; 30 cm. 
Series

Eulenburg general music series

Notes

Pref. in German.

Subjects Sonatas (Flute and piano) -- Scores and parts.  |  Sonatas (Violin and piano) -- Scores and parts.
Other authors/contributors Forster, Dieter H
Music Publisher Number GM 744 

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