We hope that everyone in the USA had a great Independence Day yesterday, and all the Europeans are enjoying the football!
This week Anne has added five new arrangements to music-scores.com with pieces from Johannes Brahms and Arthur Sullivan.
The Last Rose of Summer is a poem by Thomas Moore and was originally set to the tune of The Groves of Blarney by Sir John Stevenson. It features in the opera Martha by Friedrich von Flotow.
Arthur Sullivan: Pirates of Penzance: A Policeman’s Lot: A Policemans Lot is not a happy one, from Pirates of Penzance. This is one of the best known comic operas by Gilbert and Sullivan. Gilbert wrote the words and their partnership is affectionately abbreviated to G and S.
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