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Arias For Bass Vol 3 (Bk/Cd)
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Arias For Bass Vol 3 (Bk/Cd)

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Bass
Composer Mozart
Publisher Ricordi
Catalog # 50485542

Price: $29.95

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Arias For Bass Vol 3 (Bk/Cd) Composed by Mozart. For Bass. Published by Ricordi. (Catalog # 50485542, UPC: 073999139235)

With both recorded full performances and orchestra accompaniments, this book presents the standard voice and piano reduction of each aria, a short plot summary and translation. Includes: 8 arias from Attila, Faust, Les Hugenots, Mefistofele, Le nozze di Figaro, I puritani, La serva padrona, Il trovatore.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
APRITE UN PO'QUEGLI OCCHI (LE NOZZE DI F MOZART  
BALLATA DEL MONDO (MEFISTOFELE) BOITO  
CINTA DI FIORI (I PURITANI) BELLINI  
DI DUE FIGLI..ABBIETTA ZINGARA (IL TROVA VERDI  
SON IMBROGLIATO IO GIA (LA SERVA PADRONA PERGOLESI  
ULDINO! ULDIN!...MENTRE GONFIARSI (ATTIL VERDI  
VOUS QUI FAITES L'ENDORMIE (FAUST) GOUNOD  
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