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Blue Bells of Scotland (variations on the theme) Wallace Help Opus Details
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No one knows who penned the Blue Bells of Scotland (actually properly titled the Blue "Bell" of Scotland). However, an Irishwoman working as an actress in London sang it at the Drury Lane Theatre around the end of the 18th century and it became the popular hit of the time. The Scottish composer/writer William Wallace (1860-1940) wrote this theme and two variations on the old tune as part of his Woodland Sketches for piano.
Category: Short Piece Solo Featuring Piano Modern (Serious) Period
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