A Handbook for studies in 18th-century English music

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Published by Burden and Cholij in Oxford .

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Statementedited by Michael Burden and Irena Cholij. 8.
ContributionsBurden, Michael, 1960 Mar. 14-, Cholij, Irena., New College (University of Oxford)
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Pagination72p. ;
Number of Pages72
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Open LibraryOL17451203M
ISBN 100953170802

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