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Le più belle canzoni popolari Italiane [music] : trascritte per uno e due flauti dolci in do, con le parole e gli accordi d'accompagnamento, di chitarra o organo a piacere, adatte anche per 'clavietta' - 'melodica', o altri strumenti in chiave di violino / Carlo Marinelli
Bib ID 5011762
Format MusicMusic
Author
Marinelli, Carlo, 1926-
 
Description [Rome, Italy] : Edizioni Maurri Firenze, c1974 
36 p. of music ; 17 x 25 cm. 
Notes

Melody with chord symbols for 40 Italian folk songs.

Italian words; also printed as text.

Pl. no.: R. 3955 M.

Publisher's no.: N. 3955.

In Italian.

Subjects Folk songs, Italian.
Music Publisher Number R. 3955 M.  N. 3955 

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