Rosamunde (disambiguation)

Rosamunde (disambiguation)

Rosamunde can refer to:

* The German name for the Beer Barrel Polka
* Music by Franz Schubert:
**Rosamunde (Schubert) incidental music
**Rosamunde String Quartet (String Quartet No. 13, Op. 29, D. 804)
**Impromptu in B flat major, Op. 142 (D. 935) No. 3
* 540 Rosamunde, an asteroid

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