Itinerant musicians of the late nineteenth century

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Itinerant musicians of the late nineteenth century

Postby Morto » 09 Mar 2011, 22:37

It seems that most Italians arriving in England in the late nineteenth century made their living as musicians, including all of my family from Frosinone. Can anyone recommend a cd with the type of music they may have been playing?
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