The Flowers That Bloom in the Spring.

A tune from Act II of The Mikado, by Glibert and Sullivan. Arrangement from the Converse Analytical. The Mikado was first seen at the Fifth Avenue Theater in New York in August 1885 when the D'Oyly Carte American company arrived from England. I'll bet Frank Converse enjoyed several evenings performances there.

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Comment by Trapdoor2 on March 22, 2009 at 19:00
How cool is that!? I'll bet you're right about ol' F.C., all of the G&S operas were wildly popular and I see lots of sheet music arrangements out there. Well done, Carl.
Comment by thereallyniceman on April 3, 2009 at 9:21
Superb, Thank you I really liked that one.
Good old Gilbert and Sullivan.
It shows that even in the 1800s we Brits could teach you Americans a thing or two :)

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