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White Peacock [Pianoscore]

Max and Gertrude Hoffmann Music Manuscript Collection

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Max Hoffmann 1873-1962 [composer]
2011-10-17 (issued)
E Major [key]
piano [instrumentation]
The piano score title page has the title written in ink as well as a stamp of "A No.1" and a penciled intro to St. Denis followed by a list of pieces all in Max Hoffmann's handwriting. The score is written in ink with drafts taped over the original. Markings and revisions appear in red and blue colored pencil. [notes]
Orchestral work
MS608_08_07_White Peacock Piano Score
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Max and Gertrude Hoffman Music Manuscript Collection
White Peacock [Pianoscore]

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