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Sonata and gigue [music] : for two violins, trombone and continuo / Daniel Speer ; edited by Glenn P. Smith ; continuo realisation by Leslie Bassett
Bib ID 3039706
Format MusicMusic
Author
Speer, Daniel, 1636-1707
 
Uniform Title Recens fabricatus labor. Sonata a 3
Description London : Musica Rara, c1979 
1 score (11 p.) and parts ; 30 cm. 
Notes

Publisher's no.: M.R. 1942.

Caption title.

Figured bass realized for harpsichord or organ; includes part for bass instrument.

Duration: 4 min., 55 sec.

Subjects Quartets (Trombone, violins (2), continuo) -- Scores and parts.  |  Jigs.
Other authors/contributors Bassett, Leslie, 1923-  |  Smith, Glenn P  |  Speer, Daniel, 1636-1707. Recens fabricatus labor
Music Publisher Number M.R.1942 

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