ROYAL MUSIC COLLECTION. Mendelssohn-Bartholdy (Jacob Ludwig Felix). Athalia; 1848 (watermark). A copy of the full score of the oratorio, for solo voices, choir and orchestra, made for Queen Victoria, with English words above the German, by [W.] Barth... 1848

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ROYAL MUSIC COLLECTION. Mendelssohn-Bartholdy (Jacob Ludwig Felix). Athalia; 1848 (watermark). A copy of the full score of the oratorio, for solo voices, choir and orchestra, made for Queen Victoria, with English words above the German, by [W.] Barth... 1848

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