Thomas Augustine Arne - The Cooper. A Musical Entertainment. In Two Acts. As It Is Performed At The Theatre Royal In The Haymarket. The Music Composed By Dr. Arne.

Thomas Augustine Arne - The Cooper. A Musical Entertainment. In Two Acts. As It Is Performed At The Theatre Royal In The Haymarket. The Music Composed By Dr. Arne.

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Título Del Ebooks: The Cooper. A Musical Entertainment. In Two Acts. As It Is Performed At The Theatre Royal In The Haymarket. The Music Composed By Dr. Arne.

Autor: Thomas Augustine Arne

Editor: Gale ECCO, Print Editions

Fecha de lanzamiento: 10.06.2019

Género: Lengua, lingüística y redacción

ISBN: 1140930796

El Tamaño De Archivo: 3.10MB

Hoja de: 48

Idioma: Español

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<sourceLibrary>British Library

<ESTCID>T129238

<Notes>Adapted from 'Le Tonnelier' by Nicolas Médard Audinot.

<imprintFull>London : printed for E. Cox; and G. Riley, 1772. <collation>[4],38p. ; 8°

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