19th Century

Writersort iconThesis TitleDegreeUniversityYear# of Pages
Glagolitic Mass
Mass op. 127
A Mass of Life
Messe de l'Orphéon
Arrangement of Schubert Mass No. 6 in E flat
Missa Canonica WoOposth. 18
Messe in D Opus 86
Messe in B flat maj. : after the "Messe pour orgue" by Franz Liszt
Mass in D
Messe A maj Op 12
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