Francesca Da Rimini (disambiguation) - Operas

Operas

  • Francesca da Rimini by Paolo Carlini
  • Francesca da Rimini by Pietro Generali
  • Francesca da Rimini by Hermann Goetz (1877)
  • Francesca da Rimini by Franco Leoni (1914)
  • Francesca da Rimini by Saverio Mercadante
  • Francesca da Rimini by Luigi Mancinelli (1907)
  • Francesca da Rimini by Francesco Morlacchi
  • Francesca da Rimini (Rachmaninoff) by Sergei Rachmaninoff (1904)
  • Francesca da Rimini by Giuseppe Staffa
  • Francesca da Rimini by Antonio Tamburini
  • Francesca da Rimini by Ambroise Thomas (1882)
  • Francesca da Rimini (Zandonai) by Riccardo Zandonai (1914)

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