Christoph Wolff

Christoph Wolff is Adams University Research Professor at Harvard University.

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TitleAuthorFormatPublication DatePriceSelect Item
Cover: City, Chant, and the Topography of Early MusicCity, Chant, and the Topography of Early MusicCuthbert, Michael Scott
Gallagher, Sean
Wolff, Christoph
HARDCOVER11/11/2013$45.00
Cover: Music of My Future: The Schoenberg Quartets and TrioMusic of My Future: The Schoenberg Quartets and TrioBrinkmann, Reinhold
Wolff, Christoph
HARDCOVER12/15/2001$25.00
Cover: Bach: Essays on His Life and MusicBach: Essays on His Life and MusicWolff, ChristophPAPERBACK01/01/1994$54.50
Cover: Keyboard Music from the Andreas Bach Book and the Möller ManuscriptKeyboard Music from the Andreas Bach Book and the Möller ManuscriptHill, RobertPAPERBACK12/01/1991$52.50Currently unavailable
Cover: The String Quartets of Haydn, Mozart, and Beethoven: Studies of the Autograph ManuscriptsThe String Quartets of Haydn, Mozart, and Beethoven: Studies of the Autograph ManuscriptsWolff, ChristophHARDCOVER05/21/1981$37.50Currently unavailable
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