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Italian Songs & Arias For Accordion

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format Accordion
Composer Gary Dahl
Arranger Gary Dahl
Publisher Mel Bay Publications Inc
Series Book
Catalog # 98219

Price: $19.95

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Product Description

Italian Songs & Arias For Accordion Composed by Gary Dahl. Arranged by Gary Dahl. For Accordion. Published by Mel Bay Publications Inc. (Catalog # 98219, UPC: 796279061469)

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
ANVIL CHORUS VERDI,G  
COME BACK TO SORRENTO (ADVANCED) DE CURTIS,ERNESTO  
COME BACK TO SORRENTO (SINGLE NOTE VERSI DE CURTIS,ERNESTO  
ITALIA DAHL,GARY  
LA DANZA ROSSINI,GIOACHINO  
LA DONNA E MOBILE VERDI,G  
LA SPAGNOLA DE CHIARA,VICENZO  
LA TRAVIATA VERDI,G  
LIBIAMO RE' LIETO CALICI VERDI,G  
M' APPARI TUTT' AMOR VON FLOTOW  
MARIA MARI DI CAPUA,E.  
MARIANNA FOLK SONG  
MATTINATA LEONCAVALLO,RUGGIER  
NESSUN DORMA PUCCINI,G.  
O MARENARIELLO GAMBARDELLA,S.  
O MIO BABBINO CARO (ORCHESTRAL VERSION) PUCCINI,G.  
O MIO BABBINO CARO (SINGLE NOTE VERSION) PUCCINI,G.  
O SOLE MIO DI CAPUA,E.  
QUANDO MEN VO PUCCINI,G.  
SANTA LUCIA DAHL,GARY  
SEBBEN CRUDELE CALDARA,ANTONIO  
SERENATA DE ROSE,A DI CAPUA,EDVARDO  
TARANTELLA NAPOLETANA CRISCULO,L.  
TELEPHONE POLKA DAHL,GARY TRADITIONAL  
UN BEL DI VEDREMO PUCCINI,G.  
UNA FURTIVA LAGRIMA DONIZETTI,GAETANO  
VICINO LA MARE DAHL,GARY TRADITIONAL  
VIENI SUL MAR DAHL,GARY NEAPOLITAN SONG  

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