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Friedrich Jeremias Witt (November 8, 1770 – January 3, 1836) was a German composer and cellist. He is perhaps best known as the likely author of a Symphony in C major known as the Jena Symphony, once attributed to Ludwig van Beethoven.

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Uniform title: Concertos, horns (2), orchestra, no. 3, F major
by Witt, Friedrich, 1770-1836
Kirchheim, Germany : H. Pizka, c1982
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