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List Of Compositions For Viola: S - S - So
1937) Concerto for horn or viola, piano, percussion and string orchestra (1982) Swedish Music Information Centre Konsertstycke (Concert Piece) for viola and piano (1983) Swedish Music Information. 86 (2002–2003) Music Information Centre Norway Friesische Landschaft for viola and piano, Op ... Lille Bror Söderlundh (1912–1957) Siciliana seria for viola and string orchestra (1946) Swedish Music Information Centre Zwei Inventionen (Two Inventions) for clarinet ...
Flute, Viola And Harp - Works For Flute, Viola and Harp
... Peters Luna Alcalay (1928–2012) un sogno à tre (1990) Music Information Centre Austria Paul Archbold (b.1964) Disenchanted Voices (1989) Xavier Armenter (b.1965) Fantasía (2007) Clivis Publicacions Jan Bach (b.193. 51 (1994) Ian Balfour (b.1924) Trio (2006) Scottish Music Centre Claude Ballif (1924–2004) Trio, Op ... Barnes (1931–2001) Classical Cat (1999) Canadian Music Centre Harbord Street (1991) Canadian Music Centre Tango 99 (2000) Canadian Music Centre Pierre Bartholomée (b.193 ...
List Of Compositions For Viola: S - S - Se
... for viola and piano (1985) Hog River Music John Hugh Selleck (b ... soli with string orchestra (2000) Lithuanian Music Information and Publishing Centre Trys romansai (Three Romances) for mezzo-soprano, viola and piano (1980) Sonata for viola and percussion (1973) Lithuanian. 1955) Concertino for viola and chamber orchestra (1978) Music Information Centre Norway Notturno for viola solo (2004) Music Information Centre Norway Tre stykker (3 ...

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