Prefatory material in English, French, and German.
Edited from the newly discovered autographs (1990), now in the Bibliotheca Mozartiana, Salzburg. "The publication of these two works in a single volume corresponds to the form in which Mozart had them published as 'OEuvre XI' in 1785..."--Pref.
Publisher's no.: 345 (on sticker on back cover: HN 345)
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