Classical pieces with floral names...

jameshowell

Active Member
After seeing a competition in an article, I was wondering how large a list of titles of classical pieces we could get which had floral names...

To get us started how about:

Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairies
 

mikelyons

Supporting Member
jameshowell said:
To get us started how about:

Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairies
Lilly of the valley
Lillibulero
Maple Leaf Rag
Where the praties grow
Columbine
To a Wild Rose
Rose of Tralee
Daisy, Daisy
 

mikelyons

Supporting Member
English Country Garden
In A Monastery Garden
In A Chinese Temple Garden
The Garden of Eden
Sunflowers
Star of Bethlehem
 

mikelyons

Supporting Member
I've got a loverly bunch of coconuts :)
Green Grow the Rushes O!
The Green, Green Grass of Home
Clementine
The Holly and the Ivy
Es ist ein Ros' Entsprungen
Lavender Blue
Come into the Garden Maud
The Last Rose of Summer
Lily the Pink
 

TuTuKu

Active Member
The Flower Duet

The Flower Song

The Blue Bells of Scotland (Is that bluebell as in bells that are blue, or the flower bluebell? :? )

All the ground force ones.....
 

PeterBale

Moderator
Staff member
Rose of Sharon
The Rose without a Thorn
Will of the wisp
The White Rose (Sousa)
Wild Mountain Thyme
Willow
Echoes
Woodman, spare that tree
The Woodchopper's ball
Royal Parks
The Beauty of the Barleyfield
Blumine (dropped by Mahler from his 1st Symphony)
Yellow Rose of Texas
What the wild flowers tell me (from Mahler 3)
When lilac last in the dooryard bloom'd (Hindemith)
La fille aux cheveux de lin
Five Blooms in a Welsh Garden
Forest of Arden
Forest of Dean
The Big Apple
Don't sit under the apple tree with anyone else but me
Ebony concerto
Pines of Rome
Gladiolus rag
Sycamore Rag
Thistle Dance
Tulip Parade
Tulips from Amsterdam
Evergreen
Flowerdale
The Herbmaiden's Dance
Flower of Scotland
November Woods
Mato Grosso - Forest highway (Gourlay)
Lesser thorns (Golland)
Legend: Willow Blossom
Tit Willow
Pineapple Poll
Watching the Wheat
Rainforest (from Windows of the World)
When Iris(h) Eyes are Smiling :oops:
Year of the (snap)dragon :?: :oops: :wink:
 

Dave Payn

Active Member
PeterBale said:
Rose of Sharon
The Rose without a Thorn
Will of the wisp
The White Rose (Sousa)
Wild Mountain Thyme
Willow
Echoes
Woodman, spare that tree
The Woodchopper's ball
Royal Parks
The Beauty of the Barleyfield
Blumine (dropped by Mahler from his 1st Symphony)
Yellow Rose of Texas
What the wild flowers tell me (from Mahler 3)
When lilac last in the dooryard bloom'd (Hindemith)
La fille aux cheveux de lin
Five Blooms in a Welsh Garden
Forest of Arden
Forest of Dean
The Big Apple
Don't sit under the apple tree with anyone else but me
Ebony concerto
Pines of Rome
Gladiolus rag
Sycamore Rag
Thistle Dance
Tulip Parade
Tulips from Amsterdam
Evergreen
Flowerdale
The Herbmaiden's Dance
Flower of Scotland
November Woods
Mato Grosso - Forest highway (Gourlay)
Lesser thorns (Golland)
Legend: Willow Blossom
Tit Willow
Pineapple Poll
Watching the Wheat
Rainforest (from Windows of the World)
When Iris(h) Eyes are Smiling :oops:
Year of the (snap)dragon :?: :oops: :wink:
And people accuse ME of having far too much time on my hands! ;-) :lol: :lol:
 

PeterBale

Moderator
Staff member
Dave Payn said:
And people accuse ME of having far too much time on my hands! ;-) :lol: :lol:
You're sure you don't mean "thyme" :?: :wink:

You'll have to blame it on the lack of forum activity over the weekend, leaving me with spare time one I've caught up on the outstanding posts :shock:
 

Dave Payn

Active Member
PeterBale said:
Dave Payn said:
And people accuse ME of having far too much time on my hands! ;-) :lol: :lol:
You're sure you don't mean "thyme" :?: :wink:

You'll have to blame it on the lack of forum activity over the weekend, leaving me with spare time one I've caught up on the outstanding posts :shock:
And why not. (As Barry Norman used to say). There should be more threads like this in the fuschia..... ;-) :)
 

mikelyons

Supporting Member
Isn't this getting a bit silly? :p

It's obvious the venerable Peter has nothing better to do in his dotage :wink:
 

Dave Payn

Active Member
mikelyons said:
Isn't this getting a bit silly? :p

It's obvious the venerable Peter has nothing better to do in his dotage :wink:
Should that have read 'Isn't this getting a bit lily?'
;-) :)
 
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