(Cont.) Glow worm -- Gypsy love song -- Hatikvoh -- Holy city -- I love you truly -- I'll sing thee songs of Araby -- In old Madrid -- Just a-wearyin' for you -- Kathleen mavourneen -- Kentucky babe -- La cumparsita -- La paloma -- La spagnola -- Marche slave -- Mexican hat dance -- Mighty lak' a rose -- Oh promise me -- O sole mio! -- Pomp and circumstance --
(Cont.) Red River valley -- The rosary -- Santa Lucia -- Serenade -- Song of India -- Sweet Rosie O'Grady -- Theme --To a wild rose -- Vilia -- Who is Sylvia?
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