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Hanny Christen. Bd.3 Appenzell. S.105 (ZL 03209) orig. G,D-Dur
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Hanny Christen. Bd.I Zürich, Schaffhausen, St. Gallen I. S.208 (wz00415) orig. Bb,Eb-Dur; Zürcher Oberland, Ländlermusig am Bachtel. S.40-274
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