Four somber songs : for mezzo-soprano and orchestra (1970/1991) / Nancy Van de Vate. 1970-1991.

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Van de Vate, Nancy. Four somber songs : for mezzo-soprano and orchestra (1970/1991) / Nancy Van de Vate.

Four somber songs : for mezzo-soprano and orchestra (1970/1991) / Nancy Van de Vate. 1970-1991.

1 score (49 leaves) + parts.

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