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APA Citation

Rosetti, Francesco Antonio. & Muller, Hermann.  (1981).  Zwei Violinduette.

MLA Citation

Rosetti, Francesco Antonio. and Muller, Hermann.  Zwei Violinduette [music] / Antonio Rosetti (Franz Anton Rosler) ; herausgegeben von Hermann Muller  1981

Australian/Harvard Citation

Rosetti, Francesco Antonio. & Muller, Hermann.  1981,  Zwei Violinduette [music] / Antonio Rosetti (Franz Anton Rosler) ; herausgegeben von Hermann Muller

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  | title=Zwei Violinduette [music] / Antonio Rosetti (Franz Anton Rosler) ; herausgegeben von Hermann Muller
  | author1=Rosetti, Francesco Antonio, approximately 1750-1792
  | author2=Muller, Hermann
  | publisher=Edition Kunzelmann
  | language=German
}}

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