Alan Simmons Music

Sweet Lass of Richmond Hill

A fun traditional song. By Leonard McNally with music by James Hook in 1789. It was said to be a favourite of George III and, at one time, was thought to have been written by his son, George IV. The love ballad which popularized the poetic phrase “a rose without a thorn” as a romantic metaphor. Used as a military march by the British army.

£1.75


SKU: MIX156.
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