The “Adventures and Battles” of Vladimir Dukelsky (a.k.a. Vernon Duke)

  title={The “Adventures and Battles” of Vladimir Dukelsky (a.k.a. Vernon Duke)},
  author={Scott Holden},
  journal={American Music},
  pages={297 - 319}
  • S. Holden
  • Published 20 August 2010
  • Education
  • American Music



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