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Eight Mazurkas Op. 6 & 7

Eight Mazurkas Op. 6 & 7
Editions Orphée

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SKU AM1592
Author Frédéric Chopin
Format Book
Duration 16 pages
Notation Standard Notation
Dimensions 230mm x 305mm
Publisher Editions Orphée
Departments Classical Guitar
 
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This is the first modern publication of Chopin's Eight Mazurkas. Op.6 & 7, transcribed for guitar by the 19th Century Polish guitarist Jan Bobrowicz. This edition edited by Jan de Kloe with an introduction by Matanya Ophee.

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