Stravinsky’s Music Library in the Context of His Biography and Work (Based on Archival Materials from Paul Sacher Foundation)

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About the author: Tatiana B. Baranova-Monighetti, Can­didate of Art Criticism, scientific advisor for Stiftung Kunst & Musik, Klosters, Switzerland