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Albert Müller - Anna Polka / Gallop album

Albert Müller - Anna Polka / Gallop album
  • Performer Albert Müller
  • Title Anna Polka / Gallop
  • Date of release 1911
  • Other formats AU AIFF DTS RA MMF MIDI MOD
  • Genre Pop
  • Size MP3 1326 mb
  • Size FLAC 1808 mb
  • Rating: 4.9
  • Votes: 853

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Kamarinskaya (Камаринская) Vivace (D major, 49 bars). Polka (Полька) Moderato. Tempo di Polka (B♭ major, 30 bars). Italian Song (Итальянская песенка) Moderato assai (D major, 49 bars).

Tracklist

A Anna Polka
B Gallop

Notes

A: Bell Solo
B: Xylophone Solo

No artist is shown but these recordings were originally released by Homophone credited as Albert Muller.

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