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September 06, 2012


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The music is in Austrian library: http://data.onb.ac.at/rec/AC09173622
The RISM entry: https://opac.rism.info/metaopac/search?View=rism&documentid=570010238

Music can be bought at AbeBooks:

Curious one: I don't think that is the same music. The music for L'Alliance is by Philipp Fahrbach, and that music is for The Allied Armies Quadrille, which is not the same thing, and is by Jullien. It may well be just new music for the First Set. Same inspiration, different results.

Dmitry: thank you!

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