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Buck-Sprites-Dancing

Max and Gertrude Hoffmann Music Manuscript Collection

 

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Item Details

creator
Max Hoffmann 1873-1962 [composer]
date
2011-08-04T18:31:34Z
2011-08-04T18:31:34Z
2011-08-04 (issued)
description
Multiple keys
bass
This folder contains miscellaneous and fragmented bass parts from the three pieces"Buck," "Sprites," and "Dancing." The parts are handwritten
format
Manuscript
Orchestral work
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MS608_06_07_Buck-Sprites-Dancing
http://hdl.handle.net/10339/33661
rights
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source
Max and Gertrude Hoffman Music Manuscript Collection
title
Buck-Sprites-Dancing
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