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12 sonatas for two violins and piano (with cello ad libitum) Opus 2

Author: Arcangelo Corelli; Ludwig Schäffler; Waldo Lyman
Publisher: New York : International Music Co., [©1951]
Edition/Format:   Musical score : Multiple forms : Sonatas : Trio-sonatas : No Linguistic Content
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Genre/Form: Scores and parts
Document Type: Musical Score
Music Type: Sonatas; Trio-sonatas
All Authors / Contributors: Arcangelo Corelli; Ludwig Schäffler; Waldo Lyman
OCLC Number: 395936
Description: 1 score (3 v.) + 9 parts ; 30 cm.
Contents: v. 1. No. 1-4 --
v. 2. No. 5-8 --
v. 3. No. 9-12.
Other Titles: Trio sonatas,
Responsibility: Corelli ;[edited by] Schaeffler; [rev. by Waldo Lyman].

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