Early Keyboard Music, Volume II

Early Keyboard Music, Volume II

Author: Louis Oesterle

Publisher: Alfred Music

ISBN: 1457488191

Page: 212

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The pieces in this collection were all written for those predecessors of the modern pianorforte known as the virginal, harpsichord, spinet, clavichord, clavier, clavecin.

The pieces in this collection were all written for those predecessors of the modern pianorforte known as the virginal, harpsichord, spinet, clavichord, clavier, clavecin.



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