Rose Leaves (Converse, Charles Crozat)

Sheet Music


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Stefan Apke (2016/12/15)

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Stefan Apke (2016/12/15)

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Stefan Apke (2016/12/15)

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Stefan Apke (2016/12/15)

Publisher. Info. New York: William Hall & Son, 1856. Plate 3593-3596, 3604-3607, 3625-3628, 3632-3635.
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General Information

Work Title Rose Leaves
Alternative. Title
Composer Converse, Charles Crozat
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 16 pieces
  • Book 1
  1. Tadolini Waltz (Composed by Luigi Ricci)
  2. Sprite Waltz (Composed by C.C. Converse)
  3. Shells of Ocean Waltz (Composed by J.W. Cherry)

Scenes that are Brightest from Maritana by Wallace (Arranged by C.C. Converse)

  • Book 2
  1. Carnival of Venice (Arranged by C.C. Converse)

Aria from La favorite by Donizetti

  1. Sunny Smile Polka (Composed by C.C. Converse)
  2. Sleeping I Dreamed Love (Composed by William Vincent Wallace)
  • Book 3
  1. Oft in the Stilly Night (Arranged by C.C. Converse)
  2. Home Waltz (Arranged by C.C. Converse)
  3. Home, Sweet Home (Arranged by C.C. Converse)

Waltz from Rigoletto by Verdi

  • Book 4

O Dolce Concento from Die Zauberflöte by Mozart (Arranged by C.C. Converse)

The Hunter's Chorus from Der Freischütz by Weber (Arranged by C.C. Converse)

  1. The last Rose of Summer (Arranged by C.C. Converse)
  2. Hazel Dell March (Melody from Wurzel (pseudonym of George Frederick Root)
Dedication Dedicated to F.H. Brown Esq.
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Romantic
Piece Style Romantic
Instrumentation guitar

Misc. Comments

  • Of the arrangements, links have been made for the works we have pages for, and where the composer is known but we don't have these specific works, a link to the composer's page has been made.
  • Of the remaining works, "Carnival of Venice" is a folk tune that we do not have a specific page for but a site search for the title will bring up many arrangements on it; a similar situation exists with "The last Rose of Summer", based on a poem by Thomas Moore which was set to a traditional Irish tune (see Wikipedia).
  • It is unknown who composed "Home Waltz", but it seems to be the German Folk Song "Du du, liegst mir im Herzen" (see Deutsche Weisen (Various), no.20).