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- The first edition of Campra’s La Guerre, published by Boivin.
- The first edition of Spohr’s Violin Concerto No.2, Op.2, published by Kühnel.
- The holograph manuscript of C.P.E. Bach’s Allegretto con variazioni, H.65.
- The first edition full score and parts for Elgar’s Sea Pictures, Op.37 published by Boosey.
- The Cancioneiro musical de Paris, a major source of early 16th century Iberian music.
- The first edition of Campra’s Fragments de Monsieur de Lully, published by Ballard.
- The first edition of Spohr’s Symphony No.9, Op.143, published by Schuberth.
- The holograph manuscript of C.P.E. Bach’s Abschied von meinem Silbermannischen Claviere in einem Rondo, H.272.
- The first edition parts for Elgar’s Three Bavarian Dances, Op.27a, published by Novello.
- The Cancionero de Uppsala, first published by Girolamo Scotto.
- The first edition of Campra’s L'Europe galante, published by Ballard.