DOI:​10.1017/CHOL9780521896115.027
Corpus ID: 203520302
Instrumental performance in the seventeenth century
D. Ponsford
Published 2015
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Beethoven, Schubert and musical performance in Vienna from the Congress until 1830 As a major centre with a long tradition of performance, Vienna richly reflects the varied locations and types of… Expand
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