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Actors and singers

Published: Lincoln : University of Nebraska Press, [1995]
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Adagio

Published: San Antonio : Southern Music, c1991
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Adagio for clarinet and piano

Published: New York : E. F. Kalmus, [195-?]
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Adagio for clarinet and piano

Published: New York : E. F. Kalmus, [195-?]
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Art and politics

Published: Lincoln : University of Nebraska Press, [1995]
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The art-work of the future, and other works

Published: Lincoln : University of Nebraska Press, [1993]
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Bayreuther briefe

Published: Berlin und Leipzig, Schuster & Loeffler, 1907
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Briefe an August Röckel

Published: Leipzig : Breitkopf & Härtel, 1903
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Briefe an Hans Richter

Published: Berlin [etc.] P. Zsolanay, 1924
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Briefe Richard Wagners an eine Putzmacherin

Published: Wien, C. Konegan (E. Stülpnagel), 1906
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Briefe Richard Wagners an Otto Wesendonk, 1852-1870

Published: Berlin, A. Duncker, 1905
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Correspondence of Wagner and Liszt

Published: London, H. Grevel and Co., 1897
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