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Published by The Columbian Conservatory of Music, a score for piano, No. 108. The poetic idea: "In this truly Italian song of the Neapolitan Harp-Boy, Tschaikowsky had in mind one of those little Italian singers who goes about the streets, carrying on his shoulder a small harp, on which it is not possible to play in more than one key."
Music -- 20th century -- Scores
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Tchaikovsky, Peter Ilyich, "Italian Song" (1911). Edwardian Scores Collection. 29.