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The Mozart Myths: A Critical Reassessment by  William Stafford - First Edition - 1991 - from Turn-The-Page Books and Biblio.com

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The Mozart Myths: A Critical Reassessment

by Stafford, William

Condition: Fine/Very Good


Stanford University Press, 1991. 1st printing. A crisp and unmarked copy. Full cloth binding. 285pp. Jacket has a sunned spine; now in a new mylar cover.. First Edition. Hardcover. Fine/Very Good. 8vo - 8" - 9" Tall.

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