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Three Haydn catalogues = Drei Haydn Kataloge
Bib ID 2596964
Format BookBook
Author
Haydn, Joseph, 1732-1809
 
Uniform Title Drei Haydn Kataloge
Edition 2d facsim. ed., with a new survey of Haydn's oeuvre / by Jens Peter Larsen. 
Description New York : Pendragon Press, c1979 
xlvi, 119 p. ; 32 cm. 
ISBN 091872810X
Series

Thematic catalogues ; no. 4.

Notes

Photoreprint ed.

Introductory matter in English and German; the catalogs in German.

Includes index.

Bibliography: p. xlvi.

Subjects Haydn, Joseph, 1732-1809 -- Thematic catalogs.
Other authors/contributors Larsen, Jens Peter, 1902-
Also Titled

Drei Haydn Kataloge.

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