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The Universal Handbook I



of



MUSICAL LITERATURE



Practical and complete Guide to all Musical Publications

edited by

FR. PAZDIREk)



About 18 Volumes

Price of eacii Volume 17/-



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Vienna (Austria).

Verlag des Universal - Handbuch der Musikliteratur,

PAZDIREK & Co., Kommanditges.

Sole Agents for Great Britain & Colonies;

AUGENER & Co., 199 Regent Street, London. W.

for the United States:

THEO PRESSER, Philadelphia.



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Stieitel Brothers, Reichenberg, Bohemia.



Universal MandbooK

of the

Husical Publications

of

all Countries and every period.

Part. I.

The first part of the Handbook comprises the whole of the available music
of all nations, that is to say, all published compositions which at the present
time are included in the various catalogues as being still obtainable at the original
prices.

This portion of the Handbook is not restricted to original works, but
includes every edition and arrangement of them. The mention of numerous
reprints and editions was found very necessary. In the first place it would have
been almost impossible in dealing with the catalogue material to determine in
each case what was an authoritative original edition, and what was not. Of even
greater weight was the circumstance that to eliminate reprints would obviously
impair the usefulness of the work in such countries as the United Kingdom,
Xorth and South America, Kussia, Scandinavia, Holland, Spain and Portugal, and
in view of the enormous expense involved in the undertaking such a course could
only have endangered its eventual success. Moreover the fact must not be lost
sight of that within a few years the copyright of the works of many important
composers will expire. These include Wagner, Eubinstein, Liszt, Eaff, Jensen
and a host of others, the sale of whose works, in whatsoever edition, will thus
soon become legally possible in all countries.

The only omissions from the scheme are therefore:

a) Publications which are out of print, and only to be found in public and
private libraries, or in the catalogues of second-hand dealers.

b) Works which at the moment of going to press had not yet appeared in
print, and which therefore only exist as MS.

c) Works printed and published privately, and not offered for sale to the
general public.

In the case of collective publications, albums etc., the contents is only
given in such cases where the compositions are not obtainable separately, and
are of importance to the music trade or to musicians. In other instances we
were hampered at the onset by the circumstance that many publishers catalogues
contain only the titles of such collections, and to have included the contents
where such is not the case would have exposed us to a charge of favoritism in
the matter of space, or of lack of uniform system in our methods.

In the list which follows wdU be found the names of all firms whose publi-
cations ' '"-^ed in the Handbook, as well as composers whose privately
printed deemed to lie within its scope. This list will suffice to con-
vince e' an and every music-seller that with the most unimptortan
exceptio. : mdbook deals effectively with published music of the entire



IV

world. Moreover, each entry being in the language of the original edition, it
represents a work of reference of hitherto unapproached dimensions and com-
pleteness, which will be found invaluable to all those who are interested in
published music.

As German publications have been found to be the most universally present,
both in the trade and in private collections, and therefore furnish a convenient
basis, we have found it advisable to adopt the system of indexing introduced in
the German music trade in the seventies, which on investigation we found was
also familiar to the trade and the profession abroad.

Assuming that the Handbook will be used not so much by musical amateurs
as by professional musicians and dealers, we have adapted our indexing system to
their more specialized requirements and endeavoured to make it as practical as
possible, and especially to facilitate references to it by those engaged in the
trade. We have therefore carefully avoided such extreme rigidity or uniformity
as would have intei'fered with the general accessibility of the information required.

In order to keep the price of the work down to the lowest possible figure,
we have as far as was practicable reduced its dimensions by giving only the most
essential particulars of title, species, editions, prices and publishers, and these we
have abbreviated in a manner which will be readily understood by all. Our ideal
has been the happy medium : nothing superfluous — nothing omitted. Thus
with songs we have discarded the mention of pianoforte accompaniment, and with
dances the wearisome repetition "for piano solo". These two branches represent
an enormous proportion of published music, and the careful avoidance of every-
thing unnecessary has saved us here alone many hundreds of pages. N"o one
can possibly miss these indications: A song, the title of which is given without
further details, is in all cases a song with pianoforte accompaniment, and a piece
of dance music is, unless otherwise described, for piano solo.

In all other cases the voices and instruments are indicated by the following abbre-
viations:

Songs published in different compasses: It = high, m = medium, t = low voice, or
S = soprano, MS = Mezzo-Soprano, A = Contralto, T = Tenor, Bar = Baritone, B =
Bass, as for example the entry :

Abt Fr. op 39 Nr. 1. Agathe, h. m. t. — 60 Rilhle, is to be read.
Abt Fr. op 39 Nr. 1. Agathe. Song with pianoforte accompaniment m three editions: high,
medium, and low voice. Price of each Mk. — 60, Publisher Riihle.

If instead of h. ni. t. the indication had been S. MS. B. it would have meant : in three
editions, Soprano, Mezzo-Soprano and Bass.

In the case of Duets for two voices and piano, the letters representing the voices are
printed close to each other, without the intervening stop. Thus the entry :

Abt Fr. op. 95 Im Walde SA. reads:

Abt Fr. op. 95. Im AValde. Duet for Soprano and Contralto with pianoforte accom-
paniment.

Where several voices are presen^, as in Trios, Quartetts, Choruses etc., the letters are
also printed close together, as: SATB = mixed chorus: SSMSA = chorus of female voices;
TTBB = male chorus.

The abbreviations of the instrumental setting are as follows :
P means Piano solo (two hands)





4ms


., „ four hands








6ms


„ „ six hands








2P


„ two pianos four


lands






8ms


« eight


hands




Org means


Organ




V


means


Violin


H


Harmonium




2V


rt


Two Violins


Ha


Harp




Va


11


Viola


G


Guitar




Vc


11


Violoncello


z


Zither




Kb


11


Double Bass


Stz


Zither played with the hand


Fl


11


Flute


SchZ


Zitlier struck with


hammers


pFl


11


Piccolo




(Cembalon)




CI


n


Clarinet


Mand „


Mandoline











V



Fa

Ob

Tr

Pas

Cornet a P

Tro



sO



means Bassoon
„ Oboe
„ Trumpet
Posaune
Cornet
Trombone
Orchestra
Small band



mO means Military band

stO „ stringed band

blM „ brass band

PV „ Piano and Violin

17' „ Violin and Piano

s „ Solo

Ck. s. „ vocal unaccompanied (Chant
seul)



All these indications are printed in italics, whereas the following, which concern
the edition, are in ordinary type :

KA = Piano (Vocal) Score.
Part = Full score.
St = Parts.

Other, less frequent distinctions are indicated in full.

Publishers' names are generally printed in italics immediately after the price. However,
the names of publishers of collected editions, component parts of which have been issued
by other firms, will be found next to the title of the edition. The names of publishing
societies and companies are abbreviated, and the towns in which the several businesses are
located, are omitted. The list which prefaces tlie first volume gives all these details in full.
The currency is in the majority of cases also omitted, as it is understood that the prices are
quoted in the currency of the countries where the works are published.

In dealing with nnu-German publications we have often printed the necessary indi-
cations in full. This arose from the iact that a perusal of the catalogues revealed 1o us
that the minor details oi the German indexing system were not fully uud^rslood, and we
wished to accommodate ourselves as far as possible to any system we found in use, in order
not to decrease in any way the usefulness of the Handbook m each country. In the opening
sheets of the first volume, which have been circulated in advance, we introduced the abbre-
viations gradually, in order to convince the profession and the trade of the practical value
of our compact system of indexing.



rVanuel (Jniversel

de la

Litteratur^ Husical^.

V' Parti?.

PREFACE.

La Premiere Partie du „M an it el Universe 1" comprend toutes les oeuvres
classiques et modernes publiees, qui figiirent snr les catalogues des Editenrs et
qne I'on pent se procurer chez tons les Marchands de Musique; non seulement
les oeuvres originales, mais aussi tons les arrangements ainsi que les differentes
editions qui, vu la destination de I'ouiTage, ne pouvaient etre omises. Cette
Premiere Partie formant environ 18 volumes sera achevee fin 1905.

Les Oeuvres epuisees, ou en copie, on en manuscrits, ou celles publiees par
les compositeurs et qui ne se trouvent pas dans le commerce, ne sont pas com-
prises dans la Premiere Partie du Manuel.

En ce qui concerne les Albums ou Collections dont les morceaux ne sont
pas detaches, nous n'en donnons pas le detail parce que la plupart des Editeurs
ne le mentionnent pas dans leurs catalogues, mais si les morceaux existent detaches,
on les trouvera a leur place respective, suivis du titre de la Collection ou de
I'Album dont ils font partie.

Les Prix des Editions FranQaises suivis de la lettre n, sont nets; sans cette
indication, ce sont des prix forts. Les Prix des Editions etrangeres sont marques
dans la valeur monetaire du pays d'origine (Voir ci-apres). Les iSToms des
Editeurs suivent immediatement les prix des arrangements ou des editions diffe-
rentes de chaque oeuvre; lorsqu'il s'agit d'un auteur dont le plupart des compo-
sitions ont paru chez le meme editeur, le nom de celui-ci figure aussitot apres le
nom de I'auteur, et les oeuvres sans indications appartiennent a cet editeur. Les
raisons sociales ne figurent pas en entier, mais on trouvera au debut de chaque volume
la liste complete des Editeurs. Les dates qui suivent les noms des Compositions
in'diquent I'annee de leur naissance et de leur deces s'il y a lieu, et celles qui
suivent les titres des oeuvres theatrales, Tannee de la premiere representation.



VII



Pour eviter raboudance dn texte qui aurait nui a la clarte, et reduire
au minimum le nombre des volumes, nous avons fait des abreviations dont nous
donnons ci-apres I'explication.



p


=


Piano a 2ms


4ms


=


„ a 4ms


6ms


=


„ a 6ms


2P


=


2 Pianos a 4ms


8ms


=


„ „ a 8ms


Org


=


Orgue


H


=


Harmonium


Ha


=


Harpe


G


=


Guitare


Z


=


Cithare


stz


=


„ a archet


SchZ





„ pincee


Mand


=


Mandoline


V


=


Violon


2V


=


2 Violons


Ya


:^


Alto


Vc


:=


Violoncelle


Kb


=


Contrebasse


Fl


=


Flute


pFl


=


petite riiite


Pos.


=


Trombone


CI


=


Clarinette


Fa


=


Basson


Ob


=


Hautbois


Tr


=


Trompette


Cornet a P


=


Cornet a Pistons


Cornet P


=


Cornet a P. avec Piano


Tro


=


Trombone





=


Orchestre


GO


=


Grand Orcb.


KIO


=


Petit Orcbestre


sO


=


Orchestre de Salon


mO


=


Musique militaire


IM


=


Harmonie


KM


=^


Fanfare


BlechO


=


jj


Harm


=


Harmonie


Fan/


=


Fanfare


stO


=


Orcbestre a cordes


St-Q


=


Quatuor a cordes


blM


=


Fanfare


PV


=


Piano et Violon


VP


^


Violon et Piano



VIII



s


=


seul


Gh. s.


=


Chant seul


oP


=


sans ace* de Piano


S


=


Soprano


M


=


Mezzo-Soprano


A


=


Contralto


G


=


»


T


=


Tenor


Bar


=


Baryton


B


=


Basse


h


=


Voix elevee


m


=


Voix moyenne


t


=


Voix grave.


KA =


Partition p. Chant et Piano


Part =


Partition d'orchestre


St =


Parties.



Pour les Melodies a une voix avec acct. de Piano nous avons
supprime toute indication, de sorte que le litre seul d'un morceau indique une
melodie a une voix avec acct. de piano.

Pour lesDanses et les Marches pour Piano a 2 mains, I'indication
seule du caractere de ces morceaux signifie que le morceau est pour Piano
a 2 mains.

Toutes les autres indications figurent en entier, sans abreviation.

NB. Une courte etude suffira d'ailleurs pour se rendre compte de la facilite
des recherches et des avantages du systeme d'abreviations precite.



Tableau des cliff6rentes valeurs mon^taires.



Allemagne : Mark
Autriche: La couronne
Danemark: La couronne
Espagne: La peseta
Etats-Unis: Le dollar
Grande Bretagne: Shilling
Grece: La drachme
Italie: La lira
Pays-Bas: Le florin
Portugal: 300 reis
Russie: Le rouble
Suede et Norvege: La couronne



= 1 fr. 35 c.



=


1




05 „


=


1




40 „


=


1




»


=


5




35 „


=


1




35 „


=


1




yy


=


1




yy


=


3




10 „


=:


1




10 „


=


3




65 „


=


1




40 „



Liste des Editeurs.



Abbott Ambrose & Co.

Abot J.

Acker man n & Lesser

Adam F. (Pascal Keller N"achf.)

Adler L.

Agate & Co.

Agnew Joseph E. Des Moines

Alde?'son & Brentnall

Akn Albert

Aichivalder M. F.

A I' Accord parfait

A la Chanson joyeiise

A la Chanson moderne

A la Oamme

Allan & Co.

Allan Mozart

Allen James B.

Alleton Louis

AlUaume Albert

Ahnagro & Co.

Alsbach & Co.

Amand J.

American advance music company

Andorff & Sohn

Andre Johann

Andrieii F.

Annecke Eduard

J.j'joZ/o-Verlag (Lincke & Riihle)

Arcf M.

Arnold C. 0.

Artaria & Co.

Arte A.

Aschendorff

Ascherberg E. & Co.

Ashdoivn Edwin Ltd.

Astenius music company

Astort & Estragues

Attenkofer CI.

Attenkofer F. P.

Auer Albert

Augener & Co.

Augsburg publishing house

Augustin Fritx

Angus tin Hermann

Aux 100.000 Chansons

Aux Bepertoires reunis

Arice et Co.



London


England


Paris


Frankreich


Dresden


Deutschland


Konstantinopel


Tiirkei


Rostow a. Don


RuBland


liondon


England


Chicago


Amerika


Newcastle


England


Koln a. Eh.


Deutschland


Wien


Osterreich


Lyon


Frankreich


Paris


»


75


}}


Melbourne


Australien


Glasgow


Schottland


Providence


Amerika


Paris


Frankreich


Poitiers


55


Madrid


Spanien


Amsterdam


Niederlande


Argentan


Frankreich


New-York


Amerika


Markneukirchen


Deutschland


Leipzig u. Offenbach a.M.


55


Paris


Frankreich


Berlin


Deutschland


Warschau


PuBland


Ottumwa


Amerika


Wien


Osterreich


Lissabon


Portugal


Mlinster i. W.


Deutschland


London


England


J7

Chicago


55

Amerika


Barcelona


Spanien


Straubing


Deutschland


Landshut


55


Stuttgart


55


London


England


Minneapolis


Amerika


Berlin


Deutschland


Paris


55

Frankreich


3'


55


j;


55



X



Ayne Juan
Aifussa F. De

Hdbillon Aug.
Bachmann Chr.
Baedeker G. D.
Bajtis Z.

Balmer & Weber music house com-
pany
Ballantine W. E.
Band Alfred
Bandtlow Arthur
Banger Richard Nchf.
Bard Franz & Bruder
Bardel Fritz
Barnlwuse C. L.
Barthelemy H.
Baudot L.
Bauer Hugo
Bauer Julius
Bauer Otto
Bayley & Ferguson
Baxirag
Beal S Co.
Beal Vve.
Becher C.

Begg Chas & Co. Ltd.
Bekde/f M. P.
Bellmann & Thiimer
Bellon, Ponscarme et Co.
Bell music company
Benjamin Anton J.
Benjamin & Filgueiras
Benoit Aine
Benoit Emile
Beresford H.
Berg C. H.
Bergali Enrique
Bertarelli A. & Co.
Berte Emil & Cie.
Bertelsmann C.
Bertling Richard
Bertram R.
Bessel W. & Co.
Bevilacqua E. & Co.
Beuscker P.
Bey Oluf
Beyer Mm. G^.
Beyer H. & Sohne
Bleger A. fils
Blocquel F.
Bloom Sol
Biardot E.
Bide?~i

Biglow & Main company
Bigot



Barcelona


Spanien


Briissel


Belgien


J^ancy


Frankreich


Hannover


Deutschland


Essen a. Ruhr


J?


Avesnes-le-Comte


Frankreich


St. Louis


Amerika


London


England


Krefeld


Deutschland


Berlin


?y


Wiirzburg


J?


Budapest


TJngarn


Niirnberg


Deutschland


Oskalovsa


Amerika


Paris


Frankreich


>>
Berlin


Deutschland


Braunschweig


»


Miinchen


55


London


England


Septeuil (Seine et Oise)


Frankreich


London


England


Lyon


Frankreich


Breslau


Deutschland


Dunedin


Austral ien


Leipzig


Deutschland


Potschappel


J5


Paris


Frankreich


New-York


Amerika


Hamburg


Deutschland


Lissabon


Portugal


Paris


Frankreich


London


5.'

England


Cleveland


Amerika


Sevilla


Spanien


Milano


Italien


Wien


Osterreich


Griitersloh


Deutschland


Dresden


55


Leipzig


55


St. Petersburg


RuBland


Rio de Janeiro


Brasilien


Paris


Frankreich


Kristiania


Norwegen


Gand


Belgien


Langensalza


Deutschland


Toulon-sur-Mer


Frankreich


Paris


55


Chicago


Amerika


Paris


Frankreich


Neapel


Italien


New- York


Amerika


Paris


Frankreich



XI



BlUaiidot L.


Paris


Frankreich


Binetti- Vaudeij


Cannes


J5


Bisjung E.


Miinster


Deutschland


Bitteiicourt E. L.


Para


Brasilien


Blaha Josef


Wien


Osterreich


Blanchi


Turin


Italien


BlaHkenberg & Co.


Leiden


Niederlande


Block Edimrd


Berlin


Deutschland


Blockle// John


London


England


Blosfeicl Carl


Eiga


EuBland


Bocca


Turin


Italien


Bocuse G.


Paris


Frankreich


Z>^7?»^ Anton & Sohn


Augsburg


Deutschland


Bonnairnture Ed.


Caen


Frankreich


Bonn ell & Co.


Chicago


Amerika


Boutlioux H.


Saint-Etienne


Frankreich


Booscg & Co.


London


England


Bonwinann J.


Berlin


Deutschland


Borncinaun 0.


Paris


Frankreich


Borriero & Bosio


Turin


Italien


i?e»sc Angiiste


Paris


Frankreich


J5o.s.sa/'c?-Bonnel


Eennes


J5


L'o.s.se F.


Leipzig


Deutschland


L'os.so/a


Genua


Italien


Boston Music Co. (G. Schirmer jr)


Boston


Amerika


Boswortli & Co.


Leipzig


Deutschland


So/P Ed. & G. Bock


Berlin


5?


Bourdemi A.


Parthenay (Deux


-Sevres) Frankreich


Bourlcmt A-Ladam & Soeur


Paris


?5


Boiverman & Co.


London


England


Braky,


Liege


Belgien


BrainanV s Sons Co.


Chicago


Amerika


Brandt Carlos


Valparaiso


Chile


Bra7idt Max


Berlin


Deutschland


Bratfisck Georg


Frankfurt a. 0.


7?


Bratti


Florenz


Italien


Bremer Adolph


Dresden


Deutschland


Breitkopf & Hartel


Leipzig


>5


Broadway music publishing com-






pany


Xew-York


Amerika


Brocco


Venedig


Italien


Brocku C.


Lyon


Frankreich


Brockkaas Max


Leipzig


Deutschland


Broome W. Hi


London


England


Bronx music co.


Xew-York


Amerika


Broivn Samuel H.


PMladelphia


5J


Bmjnot Ch. Fils


Chartres


Frankreich


Bnrsik & Kohout


Prag


Osterreich


Burxer Hans


Wien


??


Butcher Frances


Chicago


Amerika


Cabedo y Ca.


Valencia


Spanien


Cabrolier B. & Co.


Toulouse


Frankreich


Cairanne Marius


Paris


7?


Calace E.


Neapel


Italien


Cappelen J. W.


Kristiania


iSTorwegen



XII



Cajwa Marcello


Turin


Italien


Carbonel M.


Marseille


Frankreich


Carcassonfie Georges


Paris


^7


Carisch & Janichen


Mailand


Italien


Carlin & Lennox


Indianapolis


Amerika


Cartereau


Paris


Frankreich


Gary & Co.


London


England


Gary's Musikverlag


Eegensburg


Deutschland


Gecilia St., Music. Publish.


London


England


Gentury Music. PubUsli.


New- York


Amerika


Ghallier C. A. & Co.


Berlin


Deutschland


Ghallier Ernst


GieBen


^5


Ghanot F. W. & Sons


London


England


Ghanson de France


Paris


Frankreich


Ghapman J. Wilbur


New- York


Amerika


Ghappell & Co. Ltd.


London


England


Ghartier


Paris


Frankreich


Ghatelard J.


Lyon


?5


Ghavat et G-irier


Paris


JJ


Ghayton F. Summery Co.


Chicago


Amerika


Ghmel Julius


Wien


Osterreich


Ghouet & Gaden


Geneve


Schweiz


Gh oil dens


Paris


Frankreich


Ghiirch John company


Cincinnati


Amerika


Glarke Marian


Philadelphia


55


Glot E. Fils


Lyon


Frankreich


Gocks Eobert & Co.


London


England


Gohen Martin


Eegensburg


Deutschland


GolaQO Alice Eey M-me


Boston


Amerika


Golange Jeune


Apt (Vaucluse)


Frankreich


Gole Samuel W.


Lissabon


Portugal


Golin L.


Nimes


Frankreich


Colin M.


Laval


55


Golin M. et Co.


Nancy


5"


Gomptoir de Miisique Moderne


Briissel


Belgien


Gook David C. publishing company


Chicago


Amerika


Goppenrath Alfred


Eegensburg


Deutschland


Gorresjjondance des Concerts


Paris


Frankreich


GostaUat & Co.


jj


55


Gostello Charles J.


Chicago


Amerika


Gostil E.


Paris


Frankreich


Gotta'^che J. G. Buchhdlg.


Stuttgart


Deutschland


Gottrau T.


Neapel


Italien


Goiuieiix G.


Paris


Frankreich


Gourmes A.


Nice


55


Goutarel E.


Paris


55


Grdmer Karl


Essen a. Euhr


Deutschland


Cramer J. B. & Co.


London


England


Cranx August


Leipzig, Briissel


Deutschland^


Grantx & Co.


London


England


Creutz'sche Verlagsbuchhdlg.


Magdeburg


Deutschland


Cri.<it D. W.


Moultrie


Amerika


Gristiano P.


Eama


Italien


Culpepper 0. Burke


Louisville


Amerika


Gundy Music Co.


Boston


55


Curiven J. & Sons. Ltd.


London


England



Belgien



XIII



Damsche Kgl. Hofmusikalienhdlg.


Kopenhagen


Danemark


Dahle & Wollan


Glenwood


Amerika


Dailf/ John R. & Thomas E. W.


Luray


,'j


Danehl Richard


Goslar a. Harz


Deutschland


Danners G. Verlag & Theater-






buchhandlung


Miihlhausen i. Th.


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Darin (///off N.


St. Petersburg


Rutland


Da// & Co.


Barnsley


England


Dean, Frank & Co.


London


J5


Debert A.


Paris


Frankreich


Decow-celle Paul


Nice


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Delanoij A.


Bordeaux


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De//rt T a//e


Neapel


Italien


Delmoidy Andre Aine


Bordeaux


Frankreich


DeJormel & Cie.


Paris


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Demds


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DenvcrJein Jean


Miinchen




Deutschland


De)do)i Elmer J.


New-York


Amerika


DepJaix Emile


Paris


Frankreich


Deramond M.


Marseille


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Desforf/es Gaston


Le Havre


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Deidsclie Verlags - Anstalt


Stuttgart


Deutschland


Dhondt E.


Roubaix


Frankreich


D/rt.i A. y Cie.


San Sebastian


Spanien


Didion


Nantes


Frankreich


Dieckmann C.


Leipzig


Deutschland


Dieiners J. Verlag


Mainz


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Dieneman7i P.


Dresden


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Dietrich Franz


Leipzig


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Dietrich 0.


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Dietrich R.


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DigoKde-'Diodet


Paris


Frankreich


Ditson Oliver Company


Boston


Amerika


Dobli/iger Liidwig


Wien


Osterreich


Doerf Friedrich


Karlsruhe


Deutschland


Domkoirsky & Co.


Hamburg-


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Doifajowski E.


London


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Doncdh G.


Freiberg


Deutschland


Dorewi & Co.


London


England


Dfjrey A.


Paris


Frankreich


I>or?<'sche Buchhandlg.


Ravensburg .


Deutschland


Dote si


Barcelona


Spanien


Dfjttke's Musikverlag


Berlin


Deutschland



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