Amalia / [Text] v. Schiller ; [Musik von] Frz Schubert. [1815 März 19]

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Schubert, Franz, 1797-1828. Amalia / [Text] v. Schiller ; [Musik von] Frz Schubert.

Amalia / [Text] v. Schiller ; [Musik von] Frz Schubert. [1815 März 19]

1 ms. score ([2] p.)

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