The burning of Rome : descriptive march and two step / by E. T. Paull.
SubjectNero, Emperor of Rome, 37-68 -- Pictorial works
Museo nazionale di Castel Sant’Angelo -- Pictorial works
Rome -- History -- Nero, 54-68 -- Songs and music
Rome -- Songs and music
Popular instrumental music -- United States -- 1901-1910
Rome -- Pictorial works
Fires -- Pictorial works
Tiber River (Italy) -- Pictorial works
DescriptionFor solo piano.
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Descriptives printed above music.
Includes a short essay detailing the composer’s intentions, printed on inside front cover.
Cover illustration: full color drawing of ancient Rome burning, with a depiction of what is now known as Museo nazionale di Castel Sant’Angelo right of center, the scene being watched from across the Tiber River by a toga-clad person, likely Nero, playing a strung musical instrument.
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