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Italian Favorites For Accordion

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format Accordion
Composer Pestalozza/Lawrence
Arranger Gary Meisner
Artist Louis Prima
Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Series Accordion
Catalog # 00311089

Price: $9.95

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Product Description

Italian Favorites For Accordion Composed by Pestalozza/Lawrence. Arranged by Gary Meisner. Performed by Louis Prima. For Accordion. Published by Hal Leonard Publishing Corp. (Catalog # 00311089, UPC: 073999636321)

17 favorite Italian standards arranged for accordion, including: Carnival of Venice · Ciribiribin · Come Back to Sorrento · Funiculi, Funicula · La donna è mobile · La Spagnola · 'O Sole Mio · Santa Lucia · Tarantella · and more.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
BRINDISI VERDI,G. Digital Delivery
CARNIVAL OF VENICE BENEDICT/LUDOVIC Digital Delivery
CIRIBIRIBIN JAMES,HARRY PESTALOZZA/LAWRENCE Digital Delivery
COME BACK TO SORRENTO (TORNA A SURRIENTO DE CURTIS/STAFFORD  
FUNICULI FUNICULA DENZA,LUIGI  
IL BACIO (THE KISS) ARDITI,LUIGI Digital Delivery
LA DONNA E MOBILE VERDI,GIUSEPPE Digital Delivery
LA SORELLA BOREL-CLERC,C. Digital Delivery
LA SPAGNOLA DI CHIARA,VINCENTO Digital Delivery
MATTINATA BOCELLI,ANDREA LEONCAVALLO,R.R. Digital Delivery
MUSETTA'S WALTZ (QUANDO MEN VO) PUCCINI,G.  
O SOLE MIO CAPURRO/DI CAPUA Digital Delivery
OH MARIE PRIMA,LOUIS PRIMA,LOUIS DICAPUA/DICAPUA Digital Delivery
SANTA LUCIA COTTRAU,TEODORO Digital Delivery
TARANTELLA LINN/TRADITIONAL Digital Delivery
TESORO MIO BECUCCI,ERNESTO Digital Delivery
VIENI SUL MAR ITALIAN FOLK SONG Digital Delivery

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