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Songs about Fortunio:
4 Canciones para la marquesa de Bolanos, Op. 4: No. 1. Chanson de Fortunio by Emilio Sanchez from the Album Enrique Fernandez Arbos: La obra de cámara
Chanson de Fortunio by Dalton Baldwin, Catherine Dune, Sylvie Lechevalier Franck Ferrari from the Album Ibert: Mélodies
Chanson de Fortunio by William Matteuzzi from the Album Tosti: French Songs
Chanson de Fortunio by Mark Stone from the Album The Complete Delius Songbook, Vol. 2
Chanson de fortunio by Marc Filograsso Isabelle Poulain from the Album Francesco Paolo Tosti : Melodies d'amour
Chanson de Fortunio by Unknown from the Album Coffret du centenaire
Chanson De Fortunio (Musset 1835) by Jacques Pottier from the Album Florilège Vol. 2
Books about Fortunio:
Fortunio (Dodo Press) by Theophile Gautier (Jan 30, 2009)
La Chanson de Fortunio (French Edition) by Jacques Offenbach, Hector-Jonathan Crémieux, Ludovic Halévy and Alfred de Musset (Oct 8, 2014)
LA Femme Du Boulanger (Fortunio) (French Edition) by Marcel Pagnol (Mar 2003)
Fortunio: Dramma Lirico In Tre Atti (Italian Edition) by Nicola van 1857-1898 Westerhout and G. M. lbt Scalinger (Sep 26, 2011)
FORTUNIO: Webster's Timeline History, 1516 - 2001 by Icon Group International (May 17, 2010)
Fortunio; One of Cleopatra's night; King Candaules by Theophile GAUTIER (1906)
Wiki information Fortunio:
Fortunio is a comédie lyrique or opera in 4 Acts and 5 tableaux by composer André Messager. The French language libretto by Gaston Arman de Caillavet and Robert de Flers is based on Alfred de Musset's comedy Le Chandelier. The opera has no spoken...
Fortunio Bonanova is the pseudonym of Josep Lluís Moll, who was a Spanish baritone singer and a film, theater, and television actor. He occasionally worked as a producer and director. According to Lluis Fàbregas Cuixart, the pseudonym Fortunio...