Description: 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 Von Flottov. Arranged for unaccompanied Bassoon, the second and third verses are of an improvisational nature: 2 mins 45 seconds.
Skill Level: 6 out of 9
Composed by: Traditional (0 to 0).
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