Three symphonies in one year? Beethoven’s sketches of 1812

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Buurman, E. 2018. Three symphonies in one year? Beethoven’s sketches of 1812. Ad Parnassum. 16 (31), p. 128.
AuthorsBuurman, E.
Year2018
JournalAd Parnassum
Journal citation16 (31), p. 128
PublisherUt Orpheus Edizioni
ISSN1722-3954
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PrintApr 2018
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Deposited27 Mar 2018
Accepted09 Jan 2018
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