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Historical Anthology of Music, Volume II: Baroque, Rococo, and Pre-Classical Music

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ISBN 9780674335448

Publication Date: 01/01/1950

303 pages

129 music illustrations

Historical Anthology of Music

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The long-awaited sequel to the famous volume on Oriental, Medieval, and Renaissance Music includes representative examples of the best work of the various schools of music from 1600 to 1800, together with an illuminating commentary and translations of foreign texts.

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