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European Flavor

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format Accordion
Composer James Fazi
Publisher Mel Bay Publications Inc
Catalog # 99362

Price: $8.95

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Product Description

European Flavor Composed by James Fazi. For Accordion. Published by Mel Bay Publications Inc. (Catalog # 99362, UPC: 796279073462)

"This collection of 14 original waltzes, tangos and dances for piano accordion is representative of the many sights and sounds of Europe. Each song has its own story to tell. ""A Little Town Called Mulhausen"" was written in honor of the proprietor of a small café in Germany. Similarly, all of the other songs are about places the composer visited and things he and his family did while visiting Europe. "

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
ALPINE DREAM FAZIO,JAMES C.  
BAVARIAN MARCH FAZIO,JAMES C.  
CITTADELLA FAZIO,JAMES C.  
EINE REISE AUF DIE RHINE (A TRIP ON THE FAZIO,JAMES C.  
ITALIAN FESTIVAL FAZIO,JAMES C.  
ITALIAN VINEYARDS,THE FAZIO,JAMES C.  
ITALILAN LOVE AFFAIR FAZIO,JAMES C.  
LE CAFE PARIS FAZIO,JAMES C.  
LITTLE TOWN CALLED MUHLHAUSEN,A FAZIO,JAMES C.  
MY LOVE FAZIO,JAMES C.  
TANGO DEL VINO FAZIO,JAMES C.  
TARANTELLA TUSCANO FAZIO,JAMES C.  
TYROLEAN DANCE FAZIO,JAMES C.  
VENEZIA FAZIO,JAMES C.  

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