Sounding ChildhoodMain Menu30 Selections from the Top Ranking Hymns for ChildrenAlphabetical Index of Hymn TitlesScoresRecordingsTimelineCredits, 2015 Recording & WebsiteCredits, Permissions and CopyrightWorks CitedRehearsal VideosPart 2--Songs for School and PlayPart 3--Bands of Mercy SongsAlisa Clapp-ItnyreAlisa Clapp-Itnyre ea81b58f96dc50ac6f0312cb8dfd4bbc7d5bfddcSOUNDING VICTORIAN Project 2016
The Flowers the Bloom in the Spring
12019-03-03T04:39:06+00:00Alisa Clapp-Itnyre ea81b58f96dc50ac6f0312cb8dfd4bbc7d5bfddc13by Gilbert & Sullivanplain2019-03-03T04:43:34+00:00Alisa Clapp-Itnyre ea81b58f96dc50ac6f0312cb8dfd4bbc7d5bfddc"The Flowers that Bloom in the Spring" is not a song of the Victorian era that one would necessarily associate with children. It is, after all, a parody of "spring songs" used jokingly in Gilbert & Sullivan's comic opera, The Mikado (1885). But it was found in a children's songbook, One Hundred and One Best Songs, published in Chicago, around the turn of the century. And it turned out to be a favorite among the singers of the camp, probably because of the engaging tune and "tra, la, la, la!"
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