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    Default italian slogan

    Goodmorning,

    I can not find a good translation for the following italian slogan (for printed sheet music):

    "Originalità, classe e creatività made in italy"

    my translation:
    Originality, Class and Creativity made in Italy

    i am not quite sure the word in bold "class" is correct. Can anyone help me?

    Thanks to anyone who can give a contribution.

    Kind regards,
    Monique Rinck

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    'Class' would seem to be acceptable for an advertising slogan.

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