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Bona sera Madre Maria 00:03:21

Anonymous, Composer, Author - Coro CAI Frosinone, Giuseppina Antonucci, MainArtist - Coro CAI Frosinone, Orchestra, Artist - Giuseppina Antonucci, Conductor, Artist

2019 Diapason 2019 Diapason

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Stornello di Veroli, Se mamma m'assorasse 00:01:59

Anonymous, Composer, Author - Coro CAI Frosinone, Giuseppina Antonucci, MainArtist - Coro CAI Frosinone, Orchestra, Artist - Giuseppina Antonucci, Conductor, Artist

2019 Diapason 2019 Diapason

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