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Series: Anton Webern

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Passacaglia for Orchestra by Anton Webernnot in English Common Knowledgeopus 1
Entflieht auf leichten Kähnen : In swift light vessels gliding, op. 2, for mixed chorus (S.A.T.B., a cappella) by Anton Webernnot in English Common Knowledgeopus 2
Fünf Lieder (Five Songs), Op. 3 by Anton Webernnot in English Common Knowledgeopus 3
6 Stucke fur Orchester, Op. 6b. by Anton von Webernnot in English Common Knowledgeopus 6
Vier Stücke (Four Pieces), Op. 7 by Anton Webernnot in English Common Knowledgeopus 7
5 Stücke für Orchester. Op. 10. Partitur, etc by Anton Webernnot in English Common Knowledgeopus 10
Drei Kleine Stucke, Opus 11 for Violincello und Klavier by Anton Webernnot in English Common Knowledgeopus 11
Vier Lieder für Gesang und Klavier. Op. 12. by Anton Webernnot in English Common Knowledgeopus 12
Vier Lieder ... für Gesang und Orchester ... Op. 13. English version by Eric Smith. Gesang und Klavier, etc. Ger. & Eng by Anton Webernnot in English Common Knowledgeopus 13
[Canons, op.16] Fünf Canons : nach Lateinischen Texten für hohen Sopran, Klarinette und Bassklarinette, op.16 by Anton Webernnot in English Common Knowledgeopus 16
Drei Volkstexte, Op. 17 [score] by Anton von Webernnot in English Common Knowledgeopus 17
Three songs, op. 18 (score) by Anton Webernnot in English Common Knowledgeopus 18
Streichtrio (String Trio), op. 20 by Anton Webernnot in English Common Knowledgeopus 20
Works for String Quartet & String Trio by Anton Webernnot in English Common Knowledgeopus 20
Symphony Op 21 by Anton Webernnot in English Common Knowledgeopus 21
Quartett, Op. 22 by Anton Webernnot in English Common Knowledgeopus 22
Drei gesänge, op. 23 aus Viae inviae, von Hildegard Jone [sheet music] by Anton Webernnot in English Common Knowledgeopus 23
Konzert, op. 24 by Anton Webernnot in English Common Knowledgeopus 24
Das Augenlicht: The Light of the Eye by Webernnot in English Common Knowledgeopus 26
Variationen für Klavier, Op. 27 [musical score] by Anton WebernOp. 27
Streichquartett, Op. 28 [score] by Anton Webernnot in English Common Knowledgeopus 28
I. Kantate, op. 29 by Anton Webernnot in English Common Knowledgeopus 29
Variationen, Opus 30 by Anton Webernnot in English Common Knowledgeopus 30

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