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Tales of Hoffmann

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Voicing/Format Opera Vocal Score
Composer Jacques Offenbach
Arranger Martin
Publisher G Schirmer Inc
Series Vocal Score
Catalog # 50338400

Price: $29.99

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Product Description

Tales of Hoffmann Composed by Jacques Offenbach. Arranged by Martin. For Opera Vocal Score. Published by G Schirmer Inc. (Catalog # 50338400, UPC: 073999384000)

French/English. Translated by Martin.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
AH VIVRE DEUX (TALES OF HOFFMANN) MARTIN OFFENBACH,J.  
BELLE NUIT (TALES OF HOFFMANN) MARTIN OFFENBACH,J.  
C'EST UNE CHANSON D'AMOUR (OFFENBACH) MARTIN OFFENBACH,J.  
DANS LES ROLES D'AMOUREUX MARTIN OFFENBACH,J.  
DRIG! DRIG! (OFFENBACH-TALES OF HOFFMANN MARTIN OFFENBACH,J.  
ELLE A FUI,LA TOURTERELLE (OFFENBACH) MARTIN OFFENBACH,J.  
GLOU! GLOU! (OFFENBACH-TALES OF HOFFMANN MARTIN OFFENBACH,J.  
HELAS MON COEUR (OFFENBACH-TALES OF HOFF MARTIN OFFENBACH,J.  
IL ETAIT UNE FOIS (OFFENBACH-TALES OF HO MARTIN OFFENBACH,J.  
ILS SE SONT ELOIGNES ENFIN! (OFFENBACH) MARTIN OFFENBACH,J.  
JOUR ET NUIT JE ME METS (OFFENBACH) MARTIN OFFENBACH,J.  
MALHEUREUX,TU NE COMPRENDS (OFFENBACH) MARTIN OFFENBACH,J.  
NON,AUCUN HOTE (OFFENBACH-TALES OF HOFFM MARTIN OFFENBACH,J.  
PEUH! CETTE BIERE (OFFENBACH-TALES OF HO MARTIN OFFENBACH,J.  
POUR CONJURER LE DANGER (OFFENBACH) MARTIN OFFENBACH,J.  
SCINTILLE,DIAMANT (OFFENBACH) MARTIN OFFENBACH,J.  
VOICI LES VALSEURS (OFFENBACH-TALES OF H MARTIN OFFENBACH,J.  

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