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Christina Pluhar|Alla Napoletana

Alla Napoletana

Christina Pluhar/L'Arpeggiata

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1
A la fiera de Mast’Andrè. Tarentella (Arr. Pluhar)
Christina Pluhar
00:01:40
2
O vezzosetta (Aria sopra la Ciaccona) - L’Eroica (Arr. Pluhar)
Christina Pluhar
00:02:40
3
Dormite o pupille (Arr. Pluhar)
Christina Pluhar
00:05:43
4
Cuccopinto de st’arma
Christina Pluhar
00:02:14
5
Lo Guarracino. Tarentella (Arr. Pluhar)
Christina Pluhar
00:06:17
6
Dicitencello vuje! (Arr. Pluhar)
Christina Pluhar
00:03:54
7
Se dormi, ben mio
Christina Pluhar
00:04:02
8
La Tarantella (Arr. Pluhar)
Céline Scheen
00:04:01
9
Raziella (Arr. Pluhar)
Christina Pluhar
00:04:55
10
Chi vidde più lieto (Arr. Pluhar)
Christina Pluhar
00:04:07
11
Con cent’occhi (Arr. Pluhar)
Christina Pluhar
00:03:56
12
Il spiritillo Brando
Christina Pluhar
00:02:02
13
La Pazza
Christina Pluhar
00:09:34
14
La Veglia: Una dama, la più fortunata - Ballo detto la Barerra - Non è vero (Arr. Pluhar)
Vincenzo Capezzuto
00:03:47
15
La Veglia: Basti, sospenda il ballo (Arr. Pluhar)
Christina Pluhar
00:00:48
16
La Veglia: Dormi o ninno (Arr. Pluhar)
Christina Pluhar
00:03:39
17
La Veglia: Silenzio o voci (Arr. Pluhar)
Christina Pluhar
00:00:28
18
La Veglia: Gioca al ombre il mio bel sole (Arr. Pluhar)
Céline Scheen
00:04:48
19
Sfere fermate (Arr. Pluhar)
Christina Pluhar
00:01:35
20
Serenata: La Pastorale (Arr. Pluhar)
Céline Scheen
00:04:52
21
Che più far degg’io (Arr. Pluhar)
Céline Scheen
00:03:19
22
Aure voi che sussurrate (Arr. Pluhar)
Christina Pluhar
00:02:50
23
Il Pazzo (Arr. Pluhar)
Christina Pluhar
00:17:29
24
Fenesta che lucive. Lamento funebre (Arr. Pluhar)
Christina Pluhar
00:05:31

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