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Lonely Man The Last Rose Of Summer
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"The Last Rose Of Summer" is a poem by Irish poet Thomas Moore. Moore wrote it in 1805 while at Jenkinstown Park in County Kilkenny, Ireland. It is set to a traditional tune called "Aislean an Oigfear" or "The Young Man's Dream", which had been transcribed by Edward Bunting in 1792 based on a performance by harper Donnchadh Ó hÁmsaigh (Denis Hempson) at the Belfast Harp Festival. Read more at Wikipedia.





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bevani flute version

The Last Rose Of Summer
Key of C
(Bevani Version)
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@0:12
D EF# D2 C2#B AA F#
D EF# A F# E DD
D EF# D2 C2#B AA F#
D EF# A F# E DD


@0:37
A F#D2 C2# B AA F#
A F#D2 C2# B A# B


@0:50
D EF# D2 C2#B AA F#
D EF# A F# E DD


@1:15
D EF# D2 C2#B AA F#
D EF# A F# F#GF#ED
 

@1:27 
D EF# D2 C2#B AA F#
D EF# A F# E DD
 

@1:40 (You Raise Me Up *twist)
A B C2#D2 C2#C2# B A GA F#
F# E2 D2D2 C2#C2# B A GA
AA C2# D2 C2#C2# BA GA F#
D EF# A F# E DD




celtic woman version
The Last Rose Of Summer - Celtic Woman

The Last Rose Of Summer
Celtic Woman
Key of C
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I @0:29
E      F#  G#  E2D2#C2#B  B   G#  EF#  G#BG# F#EE
'Tis the last     rose       of  summer left blooming alone
E      F# G#E2D2# C2# B G#  EF# G# B A G# F#   E      E
All her   lovely     companions  are  fa~~~~~~ded and gone
B    G#E2E2 D2# C2#B  B   G#   
No flower        of      her kindred
BG# E2E2D2# C2#C2      C2# D2#C2#C2C2# D2#E2
No   rosebud          is           nigh~
E     F#G# E2D2# C2# B  G#   EF# G#  BG# F#E  E
To reflect   back    her blushes and give sigh    for sigh

II @1:30
E    F#    G#  E2D2# C2#B    B    G#  EF# G#  B G#F# E
I'll not leave   thee,     thou lone one,  to  pine on the stem
E         F# G#E2D2# C2#B    B   G#   EF# G#  AG# F#E   E
Since the     lovely       are    sleeping, go sleep thou with them
B G#  E2E2D2# C2#B  B G#   
Thus kindly             I     scatter
BG#    E2  E2D2#C2# C2  C2# D2#C2#C2C2# D2#E2
Thy leaves     o'er          the bed~~~~~~~~
E           F#     G#   E2D2# C2#B   B  G# EF# G# BG# F#E   E
Where thy mates      of        the   garden  lie scentless   and dead

III @2:25
EF# G#  E2D2# C2#B  B G#   EF#     G#   BG# F#EE
So soon    may          I    follow when friendships decay
EF#    G#E2D2# C2#B   B G# EF#  G#   BG# F#EE
And from love's shining circle the gems drop   away
B G#    E2  E2D2# C2#B  B   G#   
When true hearts       lie withered
BG#  E2   E2D2# C2#C2    C2# D2#C2#C2C2# D2#E2
And fond ones        are      flown
EF#G# G2# F2#E2C2# BAAG#
Oh         who     would      inhabit
EF#    G#    BG#  F#EE
This bleak world alone?
EF#    G#    BG#  F#EE
This bleak world alone

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