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Die Fledermaus

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format Opera Vocal Score
Desc Ed2027
Composer Johann Strauss
Arranger Martin
Publisher G Schirmer Inc
Series Vocal Score
Catalog # 50337750

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Product Description

Die Fledermaus Composed by Johann Strauss. Arranged by Martin. For Opera Vocal Score. Published by G Schirmer Inc. (Catalog # 50337750, UPC: 073999377507)

English Only. Translated by Martin.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
AH MY LADY SAYS MARTIN STRAUSS J  
CHAMPAGNE'S DELICIOUS BUBBLES (STRAUSS) MARTIN STRAUSS J  
COME ALONG TO THE BALL (STRAUSS) MARTIN STRAUSS J  
DRINKING SONG (STRAUSS) MARTIN STRAUSS J  
EVER SINCE I WAS A BABY MARTIN STRAUSS J  
FROM TIME TO TIME MARTIN STRAUSS J  
GOOD SIR,ARE YOU ACCUSING ME (STRAUSS) MARTIN STRAUSS J  
HOW ENGAGING (STRAUSS) MARTIN STRAUSS J  
MY FRIENDS,YOUR KIND ATTENTION (STRAUSS) MARTIN STRAUSS J  
NO,YOU SET MY DOUBTS (STRAUSS) MARTIN STRAUSS J  
OH EISENSTEIN YOU MASTERMIND MARTIN STRAUSS J  
TO JUDGE HIS EXPRESSION MARTIN STRAUSS J  
TO PART IS SUCH SWEET SORROW (STRAUSS) MARTIN STRAUSS J  
TURTLEDOVE WHO FLEW ALOFT (STRAUSS) MARTIN STRAUSS J  
VOICE OF MY HOMELAND (STRAUSS) MARTIN STRAUSS J  
WHAT A JOY TO BE HERE (STRAUSS) MARTIN STRAUSS J  
WHEN THESE LAWYERS DON'T (STRAUSS) MARTIN STRAUSS J  

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