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Concerto no. 3 in G minor for oboe and strings [music] / G.F. Handel ; for oboe and piano arranged by Arthur Willner
Bib ID 2201404
Format MusicMusic
Author
Handel, George Frideric, 1685-1759
 
Uniform Title Concertos, oboe, string orchestra, G minor, no. 3; arranged
Description London ; Sydney : Boosey & Hawkes, c1946 
1 score (13 pages) + 1 part (3 pages) ; 31 cm. 
Series

Music for woodwind instruments ;.

Notes

Plate no.: B. & H. 9087.

Subjects Concertos (Oboe with string orchestra), Arranged -- Scores.  |  Oboe and piano music -- Scores.
Other authors/contributors Willner, Arthur, 1881-1959
Music Publisher Number B. & H. 9087 

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