Allegro della Lunes in Etoile – 2 seconds in Italian, D’ Italia – 5 seconds in English, instrumental music.
This is a 2-minute instrumental, in Italian and English, that is a bit of an adventure and is sung by a choir from the city of Sondria in northern Italy.
In the beginning, it is sung in a very relaxed manner and is accompanied by an orchestra.
At the end of the first half, the choir sings a few words of a long piece, the second half is sung with the orchestra and orchestra.
In a word, the score is very well orchestrated and the music is very beautiful.
This piece is one of the most popular in the Italian musical tradition and is performed all over Italy and the world.
It is an important piece for both the opera company and for opera singers.
The composer of the piece, Antonio Sostini, is a celebrated opera singer, composer and pianist, who was also a master of the violin.
This score was created by Alessandro Della Festa and his orchestra.
The conductor, Gianluca Mascolo, was assisted by several assistants, who also worked on the recording.
The music is written in an easy and lively style, the orchestral parts are very dynamic and full of atmosphere, the whole piece is very melodic, very powerful and very powerful.
This is a very important score for all opera singers and singers with the right ear.
This recording was produced by Alessandra Della Fablia and her orchestra.