With JIRA alone, I don't think this is possible to do in a single JQL query. You could use two different queries to do this, but the first would have to be
issuetype=epic and fixVersion=7.3.4
to find the epic issue keys. Let's say you had two diffent epics returned of ABC-22 and ABC-34. You would then need to take the issue keys returned by that query and enter them into another query such as
"Epic Link" in (ABC-22,ABC-34)
If you're looking to return both results in a single query dynamically, then you would need to use a 3rd party plugin like Scriptrunner to be able to do this. Scriptrunner adds a number of JQL functions such as issuesInEpics
With that plugin to JIRA you could do
issueFunction in issuesInEpics(issuetype=epic and fixVersion=7.3.4) OR (issuetype=epic and fixVersion=7.3.4)
This single query can return both the epics and all the issues in those epics, but only if you have scriptrunner add-on enabled in your JIRA instance.
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