Joseph Haydn. by Wendy Thompson

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Published by Faber Music in London .

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  • Haydn, Joseph, -- 1732-1809.

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SeriesComposer"s world
The Physical Object
Pagination22cm.48. Ill.(some col.).
Number of Pages48
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Open LibraryOL15067251M
ISBN 100571512062

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