Sheila Browne, viola ; Allison Gagnon, piano [sound recording] 2009.

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Browne, Sheila. Sheila Browne, viola ; Allison Gagnon, piano [sound recording]

Sheila Browne, viola ; Allison Gagnon, piano [sound recording] 2009.

1 sound disc (70:37) : digital, stereo. ; 4 3/4 in.

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