Thomas Forrest Kelly

Thomas Forrest Kelly is Morton B. Knafel Professor of Music at Harvard University.

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TitleAuthorFormatPublication DatePriceSelect Item
Cover: Ambrosiana at Harvard: New Sources of Milanese ChantAmbrosiana at Harvard: New Sources of Milanese ChantKelly, Thomas Forrest
Mugmon, Matthew
PAPERBACK08/30/2010$35.00
Cover: The Century of Bach & Mozart: Perspectives on Historiography, Composition, Theory & PerformanceThe Century of Bach & Mozart: Perspectives on Historiography, Composition, Theory & PerformanceKelly, Thomas Forrest
Gallagher, Sean
PAPERBACK09/15/2009$39.95
Cover: The Century of Bach & Mozart: Perspectives on Historiography, Composition, Theory & PerformanceThe Century of Bach & Mozart: Perspectives on Historiography, Composition, Theory & PerformanceKelly, Thomas Forrest
Gallagher, Sean
HARDCOVER06/30/2008$45.00
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