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Kleine Nachtmusik, Eine

Kleine Nachtmusik, Eine (A Little Night Music, or Serenade). Comp. in 4 movements (K525) by Mozart (for which occasion is not known) dating from 10 Aug. 1787. It is the Serenade No.13 in G major, scored for 2 vn., va., and bass, or small str. orch. Orig. MS recovered in 1955, indicates that a 5th movement, a 1st minuet, was torn out.

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Nacht in Venedig, Eine

Nacht in Venedig, Eine (A Night in Venice). Operetta in 3 acts by Johann Strauss II to lib. by ‘ F. Zell’ ( Camillo Walzel) and Genée. Prod. Berlin 1883, NY 1889, London 1944.

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Eine kleine Nachtmusik

Eine kleine Nachtmusik ( Mozart). See Kleine Nachtmusik, Eine.

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