Esther : an oratorio [microform] / [Georg Friedrich Händel]. [176-?]

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Handel, George Frideric, 1685-1759. Esther : an oratorio [microform] / [Georg Friedrich Händel].

Esther : an oratorio [microform] / [Georg Friedrich Händel]. [176-?]

1 ms. score (25 [i.e. 51], 50 [i.e. 99], 30 [i.e. 61] p.)

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