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Privates Musizieren im gesellschftliche Wandel zwischen 1600 und 1900 (Musikgeschichte in Bildern, Band IV

by Haus- und Kemmermusik

Condition: Good

Good. Oversized volume, in German. Includes 117 illustrations, 3 in color. In German; very good oversized hardcover (VEB Deutscher Verlag fur Musik, 1969, 203 pages) in beige cloth, bright gilt titles, graded 'good' because it is an uncirculated university-library discard with usual library markings; issued without dust jacket; pages clean, tight, unmarked; binding sound and square; 3 small smudges on front cover; this large volume is not eligible for priority or international shipping; on its way to you the same or next day in bubblewrap; email confirmation; standard (media) mail takes 4-14 days. [series]

  • Bookseller: Miriam Rose Books US (US)
  • Bookseller Inventory #: 16-0732L4-3L
  • Title: Privates Musizieren im gesellschftliche Wandel zwischen 1600 und 1900 (Musikgeschichte in Bildern, Band IV
  • Author: Haus- und Kemmermusik
  • Book condition: Used - Good
  • Quantity available: 1
  • Binding: Hardcover


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