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The Last Blue Rose

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format SSA
Composer Courtney/Parker
Publisher Heritage Music Press
Catalog # 15/2628H

Price: $2.10

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The Last Blue Rose Composed by Courtney/Parker. For SSA. Published by Heritage Music Press. (Catalog # 15/2628H, UPC: 9781429119139)

** Stanton’s Staff Selection - 2010 **

"One rose as yet remains unborn; it bears no leaf, it holds no thorn; But still its charm surpasses all along my heart's own garden wall..." Although the blue rose does not occur in nature, in literature it carries a very special and mysterious significance. It can represent hope, dreams, and impossibility, or it can symbolize hope for a miracle, enchantment, and new possibilities. Most famously, the blue rose represents the impossible and unattainable, as is so beautifully expressed in this scrumptious ode to a love always admired but never attained. Perfect choice for spring concerts, too!

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