Notated Music A favourite fandango danced by Mrs. Williams on the slack wire at the Olympic Theatre Philadelphia; with variations for the piano-forte, and flute or violin accompaniment

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Title
A favourite fandango danced by Mrs. Williams on the slack wire at the Olympic Theatre Philadelphia; with variations for the piano-forte, and flute or violin accompaniment
Contributor Names
Latour, T.
Created / Published
1817, monographic.
Published by A. Bacon & Co. and Vallotte A. Léte, New York,, [1817?].
Subject Headings
-  Variations (Instrumental ensemble)
-  Fandangos
Genre
notated music-ntm
Fandangos (Music).
Scores.
Variations (Music).
Notes
-  For piano and flute or violin.
Form
print
unmediated
volume
Extent
1 score (pages 1-7) ; 34 cm.
Library of Congress Control Number
2015562144
Related Resources
http://hdl.loc.gov/loc.music/musm1a1.11564 (electronic resource)
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Notated Music-Ntm. Fandangos (Music).. Scores.. Variations (Music).. print | 1 score (pages 1-7) ; 34 cm. | For piano and flute or violin. Print (Form). Unmediated (Form). Volume (Form).
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https://lccn.loc.gov/2015562144
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Latour, T. Afavourite fandango danced by Mrs. Williams on the slack wire at the Olympic Theatre Philadelphia; with variations for the piano-forte, and flute or violin accompaniment. [, monographic. Published by A. Bacon & Co. and Vallotte A. Léte, New York,, ?, 1817] Notated Music. https://www.loc.gov/item/2015562144/.

APA citation style:

Latour, T. (1817) Afavourite fandango danced by Mrs. Williams on the slack wire at the Olympic Theatre Philadelphia; with variations for the piano-forte, and flute or violin accompaniment. [, monographic. Published by A. Bacon & Co. and Vallotte A. Léte, New York,, ?] [Notated Music] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/2015562144/.

MLA citation style:

Latour, T. Afavourite fandango danced by Mrs. Williams on the slack wire at the Olympic Theatre Philadelphia; with variations for the piano-forte, and flute or violin accompaniment. [, monographic. Published by A. Bacon & Co. and Vallotte A. Léte, New York,, ?, 1817] Notated Music. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <www.loc.gov/item/2015562144/>.