Such a haunting tune Shelagh, for some reason I always used to get that one mixed up with Rhapsody in Blue.
Here is my offering for today, this time it's slightly religious. This is, For unto us a child is born, from, The Messiah. It was written by Georg Friedrich Handel, born in Germany 1685 and died 1759. https://youtu.be/kQWOP2YbQLg
I saw this in 1981 at the Phil. I went in a pair of Jeans and a Parka because it was just after Xmas and freezing. And there I was sitting in the front row, surrounded by people in evening dress
It's on every year at the Phil, just after Xmas. If you go, you have to stand up when they sing the Hallelujah chorus. It's believed that this custom was brought about after George 2rd was so moved by the piece, that he stood up and if the king stands, everyone else has to.