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Trio Nr. 4 G-Dur fur Flote, Violine, Violoncello aber auch fur Flote, Violine u. V'cello oder 2 Floten/2 Violinen u. Vc. / Joseph Toeschi ; bearbeitung und 2 Kadenzen: Ernst Fr. W. Bodensohn. [music]
Bib ID 2939938
Format MusicMusic
Author
Toeschi, Carl Joseph, 1731?-1788
 
Uniform Title Trios, harpsichord, flute, cello, no. 4, G major
Description Baden-Baden : E.F.W. Bodensohn, [1986] 
1 score (12 p.) + 3 parts ; 32 cm. 
Series

Komponisten aus dem Raum des spateren Landes Baden-Wurtemberg. 3. Werkreihe.

Notes

For harpsichord, flute, and violoncello, or flute, violin, and violoncello, or 2 flutes (2 violins) and violoncello.

German commentary on verso of front cover.

Subjects Trios (Harpsichord, flute, cello) -- Scores and parts.  |  Trios (Flute, violin, cello) -- Scores and parts.  |  Trios (Flutes (2), cello) -- Scores and parts.  |  String trios (Violins (2), cello) -- Scores and parts.
Other authors/contributors Bodensohn, Ernst Friedrich Wilhelm
Music Publisher Number E 76 

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