Bach, Johann Sebastian, 1685-1750
Fifteen two-part inventions [music] / by J. Seb. Bach ; with introduction and notes and carefully fingered by Franklin Peterson and T. Matthew Ennis
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Melbourne : Allan & Co., [1912?]
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