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TitleAuthorFormatPublication DatePriceSelect Item
Cover: Music and the Aesthetics of Modernity: EssaysMusic and the Aesthetics of Modernity: EssaysBerger, Karol
Newcomb, Anthony
HARDCOVER04/30/2005$35.00
Cover: Remembering the FutureRemembering the FutureBerio, LucianoHARDCOVER05/30/2006$37.50
Cover: Bach and the Patterns of InventionBach and the Patterns of InventionDreyfus, LaurencePAPERBACK03/01/2004$35.50
Cover: Robert Schumann: The Book of SongsRobert Schumann: The Book of SongsFinson, Jon W.HARDCOVER01/31/2008$71.50
Cover: Performing Rites: On the Value of Popular MusicPerforming Rites: On the Value of Popular MusicFrith, SimonPAPERBACK02/06/1998$30.00
Cover: Motives for Allusion: Context and Content in Nineteenth-Century MusicMotives for Allusion: Context and Content in Nineteenth-Century MusicReynolds, Christopher AlanHARDCOVER06/30/2003$78.00
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