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  • n. The major key with E-flat as its tonic.
  • n. The major chord with a root of E-flat.


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  • I owe it to the public and to myself to state that the two quintets in C and E flat major ” one of these (arranged from a symphony of mine) published by Herr Mollo in Vienna, and the other (taken from my Septet,

    Beethoven's Letters 1790-1826, Vol. 1 of 2


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