Bass in E^b part from O Sole Mio

Eduardo di Capua arr. David Grace
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An arrangement for small brass band/ ensemble of the popular Neapolitan song by Eduardo di Capua with lyrics by Giovanni Capurro. The original (meaning ’My Sunshine’ has been performed by both popular and operatic singers and Elvis Presley further popularised the tune with new lyrics (’It’s Now or Never’). Earlier, in 1921, William Booth-Clibborn, grandson of the founder of the Salvation Army used the tune to his words for a hymn (’Down from His Glory’). In Britain the original song is remembered as being linked with a well known ice cream advert

Eduardo di Capua arr. David Grace
3 minutes
Classical music

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