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Un Ballo In Maschera
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Un Ballo In Maschera

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format Opera Vocal Score
Composer Giuseppe Verdi
Arranger Fuchs
Publisher G Schirmer Inc
Series Vocal Score
Catalog # 50337950

Price: $27.50

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Product Description

Un Ballo In Maschera Composed by Giuseppe Verdi. Arranged by Fuchs. For Opera Vocal Score. Published by G Schirmer Inc. (Catalog # 50337950, UPC: 073999379501)

Italian/English. Translated by Fuchs.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
AH WHAT A JOY TO SEE VERDI  
DO YOU KNOW THAT EACH HEARTBEAT VERDI,G  
ERI TU CHE MACCHIAVI (VERDI) VERDI,G  
FATE THAT BIDS US STAY APART,THE VERDI,G  
IT'S COMEDY OR FICTION (VERDI) VERDI,G  
IT'S HE! WHAT HAPPINESS! (VERDI) VERDI,G  
JOYOUS THRILL OF ECSTASY (VERDI),A VERDI,G  
LOOK,HOW AT MIDNIGHT (VERDI) VERDI,G  
MORRO MA PRIMA IN GRAZIA VERDI,G  
OH TELL IF MY FAITHFUL VERDI  
RE DELL'ABISSO,AFFRETTATI (VERDI) VERDI,G  
SAPER VORRESTE VERDI,G  
THROUGH YOUR PRIDE (VERDI) VERDI,G  
VOLTA LA TERREA FRONTE (VERDI) VERDI,G  
WHEN MY SORROWS AT LAST (VERDI) VERDI,G  

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