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Scherzando : [Gigue for cello alone

Author: Nikolai Karzhinsky; Dick Mathewson; Vance Beach; Margery Enix
Publisher: [19--]
Edition/Format:   Musical score : Manuscript   Archival Material : No Linguistic Content
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Genre/Form: Facsimiles
Manuscripts
Material Type: Manuscript
Document Type: Musical Score, Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Nikolai Karzhinsky; Dick Mathewson; Vance Beach; Margery Enix
OCLC Number: 43876123
Notes: For violoncello alone.
Title from caption and accompanying material.
Photocopy of manuscript in the hand of Dick Mathewson.
Accompanied by a photocopy of a letter from Vance Beach to [Margery] Enix, giving title of work and including other information on Luigi Silva. Composer given as Karjinsky. Original held by Silva Collection, archives section.
Description: [2] leaves of ms. music ; 28 cm
Other Titles: Gigue,
Gigue for cello alone
Responsibility: Karjinsky].

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