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Songs of Mexico For Accordion
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Songs of Mexico For Accordion

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Voicing/Format Accordion
Composer Herman Troppe
Arranger Herman Troppe
Publisher Mel Bay Publications Inc
Catalog # 97070

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Songs of Mexico For Accordion Composed by Herman Troppe. Arranged by Herman Troppe. For Accordion. Published by Mel Bay Publications Inc. (Catalog # 97070, UPC: 796279049672)

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
ADIOS DEL SOLDADO (THE SOLDIER'S FAREWEL TROPPE,HERMAN  
CHIAPANECAS TROPPE,HERMAN  
CIELITO LINDO (BEAUTIFUL HEAVEN) NO1 TROPPE,HERMAN  
CIELITO LINDO (BEAUTIFUL HEAVEN) NO2 TROPPE,HERMAN  
DE COLORES (BRILLIANT COLORS) TROPPE,HERMAN  
DESEDE MEXICO HE VENIDO (MEXICO IS WHERE TROPPE,HERMAN  
EL ABANDONADO (THE ABANDONED ONE) TROPPE,HERMAN  
EL CABALLO BAYO (THE BAY HORSE) TROPPE,HERMAN  
EL CASCABEL (THE LITTLE BELL) TROPPE,HERMAN  
HAY UNOS OJOS (THERE ARE SOME EYES) TROPPE,HERMAN  
LA ADELITA TROPPE,HERMAN  
LA BAMBA TROPPE,HERMAN VALENS,RITCHIE  
LA LLORONA (THE WEEPING ONE) TROPPE,HERMAN  
LA MALAGUENA TROPPE,HERMAN  
LA ZANDUNGA TROPPE,HERMAN  
LAS MANANITAS (MORNING GREETINGS) (BIRTH TROPPE,HERMAN  
LOS BRACHEROS (THE MIGRATORY WORKERS) TROPPE,HERMAN  
RIFARE MI SUERTE (I WILL RAFFLE MY FUTUR TROPPE,HERMAN  
ROMAN CASTILLO TROPPE,HERMAN  

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