Music Publishing in Europe 1600 1900

the processes that were at work to accomplish the seemingly simple act of music publishing. We have given this book the title Music Publishing in Europe 1600-1900. The geographical and chronological demarcations are rather clear but ...

Music Publishing in Europe 1600 1900

Author: Rudolf Rasch

Publisher: BWV Verlag

ISBN: 3830503903

Page: 314

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