Huit bagatelles (pour le piano) : à Henri Sauguet, en attendant miens! de son Manuel Rosenthal : manuscript, 1923-1924.

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Rosenthal, Manuel, 1904-2003. Huit bagatelles (pour le piano) : à Henri Sauguet, en attendant miens! de son Manuel Rosenthal : manuscript, 1923-1924.

Huit bagatelles (pour le piano) : à Henri Sauguet, en attendant miens! de son Manuel Rosenthal : manuscript, 1923-1924.

1 ms. score ([32] p.) ; 32 cm.

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