French secular compositions of the fourteenth century
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French secular compositions of the fourteenth century by Willi Apel

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Published by American Institute of Musicology in (n. p.) .
Written in English


  • Songs (Low voice) with instrumental ensemble -- Scores.,
  • Music -- France.

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Edition Notes

Principally for voice and 2 instruments.

StatementEdition of the literary texts by Samuel N. Rosenberg.
SeriesCorpus mensurabilis musicae -- 53
ContributionsRosenberg, Samuel N.
LC ClassificationsM2.3.F7
The Physical Object
Paginationscore (3 v.) ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20736917M
LC Control Number70287459

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