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Now sleeps the crimson petal

Tenor, Horn, Strings

This song was originally intended to be part of Serenade, for tenor, horn and strings. It was discarded from the final group, and rediscovered many years later. It should not be programmed as part of the Serenade.

Text Author
Alfred Lord Tennyson
Year of Composition
Mar-Apr 1943
Language
English
Vocal Range
Publisher
Boosey and Hawkes
Type
Individual
Voice Type
Tenor
Instrument
Horn, Strings
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