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Songs about Marouf:
Marouf : ''A travers le désert'' by Pierre Dervaux, Michel Dens Orchestre de l'opéra from the Album Michel Dens
Marouf : Acte III, finale - Pourquoi ces mots inattendus by Géori Boué from the Album Paris l'Opéra-comique - Centenaire de la salle Favart, vol. 2 (De Miarka à Marouf)
Marouf : Air de la caravane - A travers le désert by André Gaudin from the Album Paris l'Opéra-comique - Centenaire de la salle Favart, vol. 2 (De Miarka à Marouf)
Marouf: A Traverso Il Deserto by Armand Crabbe from the Album Baritones
N'Karti Marouf by Nasro from the Album Best Music Rai Vol. 1
Rabaud: Marouf - A travers le désert by Richard Armstrong from the Album Opera Arias
Dances from Marouf, Cobbler of Cairo by Minnesota Orchestra from the Album Exotic Dances from the Opera
Books about Marouf:
Passion for Meissen: Marouf Collection (English and German Edition) by Ulrich Pietsch (Nov 22, 2010)
Mârouf the Cobbler of Cairo (French Edition) by G. Schirmer, Lucien Népoty, Martia Leonard and J. C. Mardrus (Apr 6, 2010)
Mârouf, savetier du Caire: opéra comique en cinq actes, tiré des Mille et une nuits (French Edition) by Henri Rabaud (Jan 1, 1917)
Mârouf: The Cobbler of Cairo : Comedy-Opera in Five Acts from the Arabian Nights, After the Translation by J.... by Henri Rabaud (Aug 31, 2012)
Mârouf, the cobbler of Cairo; comedy-opera in five acts: from the Arabian Nights, after the translation by J.C... by Henri Rabaud (Sep 13, 2013)
Mârouf, savetier du Caire; opéra-comique en cinq actes, tiré des Mille et une nuits, d'apres la traduction du... by Rabaud Henri 1873-1949 and Népoty Lucien. Mârouf (Sep 29, 2010)
Marouf: The Cobbler Of Cairo, Comedy-Opera In Five Acts (1917) by J. C. Mardrus, Lucien Nepoty and Henry Rabaud (Sep 10, 2010)
Wiki information Marouf:
Mir Saeid Marouf Lakrani is a volleyball player from Iran, who plays as a setter for the Iranian National Volleyball Team. He was named Best Setter at the 2014 FIVB World League. Marouf was born in Urmia, Iran to a family with a history of...
Marouf Suleiman al-Bakhit was a Jordanian politician and two-time Prime Minister. He first served as Prime Minister from 27 November 2005 until 25 November 2007 and then again from 9 February 2011 to 17 October 2011. Bakhit also held the position of...