Horn in F from Morris Dance from Merrie England
The Savoy Theatre, London, hosted this Comic Opera in 1902. It ran for 4 months. The opera became quite popular and was often performed by amateur groups in the decades following its premiere. In Queen Elizabeth II’s coronation year, over five hundred amateur societies staged the piece. Despite its lively and accessible music and libretto, it has fallen into relative obscurity in recent years. Edward German collaborated with Sir Arthur Sullivan in the previous year in composing the opera The Emerald Isle.
This arrangement is for Brass Quintet.
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