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Quintett four zwei Violinen, Viola und zwei Violoncelli, opus 121 / Franz Lachner. [music]
Bib ID 2937707
Format MusicMusic
Author
Lachner, Franz, 1803-1890
 
Uniform Title Quintets, violins, viola, cellos, op. 121, C minor
Description Mounchen-Groafelfing : Walter Wollenweber, 1983 
5 parts ; 31 cm. 
Series

Unbekannte Werke der Klassik und Romantik ; 75.

Notes

Cover title.

Introduction in German and English.

Subjects String quintets (Violins (2), viola, cellos (2)) -- Parts.
Time Coverage 1833 
Music Publisher Number WW 75 

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