Upon This Summers' DayJuliana Hall - E.C. Schirmer Music Co.
Poet Emily Dickinson loved writing about nature and wrote many poems about flowers, five of which are celebrated in the song cycle Upon This Summers' Day. Flowers of various descriptions and personalities are included in this colorful collection, one of the two song cycles in which the composer has set Dickinson's flower poems to music. Includes: Perhaps you'd like to buy a flower?; Apparently with no surprise; When roses cease to bloom, dear.
- Perhaps you'd like to buy a flower?
- Apparently with no surprise
- When roses cease to bloom, dear