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Bayly, T.H. : Long, Long Ago
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Long, Long Ago

Bayly, Thomas Haynes (1797-1839)

A beautiful song about lost love and nostalgia by Thomas H. Bayly (Easy)!   

Pdf sheet music download for Vocal duet (2/3 : Medium) and piano  

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Includes : One score (2 pages)

Difficulty level : Grade 0/12

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Program Notes on Long, Long Ago by Bayly, T.H. :

The song Long, Long Ago is an English song about lost love and nostalgia.

It was composed in 1833 by Thomas Haynes Bayly.

This sheet music is an arrangement of Long, Long Ago for vocal duet with piano accompaniment.

It is set in the key of F Major.

The higher voice part has a range of C4 to D5 and is thus suitable for soprano or mezzo-soprano voices.

The lower voice part has a range of A3 to B4 and is thus suitable for mezzo-soprano or alto voices.

Sources :

Thomas Haynes Bayly, Miscellaneous Songs.

Associated collections :

Romantic Vocal Duets for Soprano and Alto Voices (Easy)    

Sheet music details :


(The Long Ago)
ComposerBayly, Thomas Haynes (1797-1839) Opus/catalog numberSong
MovementsAndante Composition/First publicationRomantic period
InstrumentationVocal duet (2/3 : Medium) and piano StyleRomantic (1815-1910)
KeyF Major Duration01:55
EditionArranged by M.A. Caux DifficultyGrade 0/12

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Long, Long Ago

1. Tell me the tales that to me were so dear,
Long, long ago, long, long ago,
Sing me the songs I delighted to hear,
Long, long ago, long ago.
Now you are come all my grief is removed,
Let me forget that so long you have roved.
Let me believe that you love as you loved,
Long, long ago, long ago.

2. Do you remember the paths where we met?
Long, long ago, long, long ago,
Ah, yes, you told me you'd never forget,
Long, long ago, long ago.
Then to all others, my smile you preferred,
Love, when you spoke, gave a charm to each word.
Still my heart treasures the phrases I heard,
Long, long ago, long ago.

3. Though by your kindness my fond hopes were raised,
Long, long ago, long, long ago,
You by more eloquent lips have been praised,
Long, long ago, long ago.
But, by long absence your truth has been tried,
Still to your accents I listen with pride,
Blessed as I was when I sat by your side,
Long, long ago, long ago.

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