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Otello

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Voicing/Format Opera Vocal Score
Composer Giuseppe Verdi
Arranger Ducloux
Publisher G Schirmer Inc
Series Vocal Score
Catalog # 50338640

Price: $29.99

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Product Description

Otello Composed by Giuseppe Verdi. Arranged by Ducloux. For Opera Vocal Score. Published by G Schirmer Inc. (Catalog # 50338640, UPC: 073999386400)

Italian/English. Translated by Ducloux.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
ARDE LA PALMA DUCLOUX VERDI,G  
CHI ALL' ESCA HA MORSO (VERDI) DUCLOUX VERDI,G  
CREDO CON FERMO CUOR (VERDI) DUCLOUX VERDI,G  
CREDO IN UN DIO CRUDEL DUCLOUX VERDI  
DIO TI GIOEONDI,O SPOSO (VERDI) DUCLOUX VERDI,G  
DIO,FULGOR DELLA BUFERA (VERDI) DUCLOUX VERDI,G  
DOVE GUARDI SPLENDONO DUCLOUX VERDI,G  
E TU COME SEI PALLIDA DUCLOUX VERDI,G  
E TU M'AMAVI PER LE MIE DUCLOUX VERDI,G  
E UN DI SUL MIO DUCLOUX VERDI,G  
ERA LA NOTTE CASSIO DORMIA (VERDI) DUCLOUX VERDI,G  
GIA NELLA NOTTE DENSA (VERDI) DUCLOUX VERDI,G  
INAFFIA L'UGOLA! (VERDI) DUCLOUX VERDI,G  
MA,O PIANTO O DUOL! (VERDI) DUCLOUX VERDI,G  
ORA E PER SEMPRE ADDIO DUCLOUX VERDI  
PIANGEA CANTANDO (VERDI) DUCLOUX VERDI,G  
PREGA PER CHIADORANDO (VERDI) DUCLOUX VERDI,G  
QUANDO NARRAVI L'ESULE (VERDI) DUCLOUX VERDI,G  
QUESTA E UNA RAGNA (VERDI) DUCLOUX VERDI,G  
SI PEL CIEL MAR MOREO DUCLOUX VERDI,G  
TE LE PORPORE (VERDI),A DUCLOUX VERDI,G  
TERRA SI NEL LIVIDO (VERDI),A DUCLOUX VERDI,G  
TESTIMON E IL SOLCH'IO (VERDI) DUCLOUX VERDI,G  
VIENI; L'AULA E DESERTA (VERDI) DUCLOUX VERDI,G  

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