[Quintette : pour piano, flute, hautbois, clarinette en la et basson / André Caplet]. [n.d.]

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Caplet, André, 1878-1925. [Quintette : pour piano, flute, hautbois, clarinette en la et basson / André Caplet].

[Quintette : pour piano, flute, hautbois, clarinette en la et basson / André Caplet]. [n.d.]

1 ms. part (p. 4-52) ; 29 cm.

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