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Hi, I`m interested to buy a book - Sevcik for Viola - Opus 9: Preparatory Studies in Double-Stopping (Sevcik Violin Studies)but I would like to know if it could send it to me in an digital format, like pdf Thank you Viorel Tudor, Spain arpeggione@ymail.com

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