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Free Download Handel, Tercentenary Collection PDF

University Rochester Press

English - 332 pages - ISBN-10: 0835718336 - ISBN-13: 9780835718332

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A collection of essays containing some of the most up-to-date Handel research from both sides of the Atlantic.

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