24 Vecchie canzoni popolari del Piemonte [op. 40] 2. serie, postuma / Raccolte e trascritte per canto e pianoforte da Leone Sinigaglia
Revisione di Luigi Rognoni.
Vecchie canzoni popolari del Piemonte.
Venti-quattro vecchie canzoni popolari del Piemonte.
Milano : Ricordi
For voice and piano
words in Piedmontese dialect with French translation.
Pl. no. 129037.
1 score (114 p.)
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