Some days ago I have made a scan of a nice piece for mandolin orchestra and have uploaded it to my website mandoisland and to the IMSLP site.
It’s a composition by Alphons Czibulka with the great title:
Songe D’Amour Apres le Bal / Liebestraum nach dem Balle / Love’s Dream after the Ball
This is the article about Alphons Czibulka in the German Brockhaus-Riemann dictionary of music:
Czibulka [‘tsibulko], Alphons, * 14.5.1842 Szepes- Várallya (Ungarn), † 27.10.1894 Wien; ung. Komponist, Armeekapellmeister in Wien, schrieb sechs Operetten und zahlreiche Tanzmusikstücke. Bekannt geblieben ist die Stephanie-Gavotte.
[Brockhaus-Riemann Musiklexikon: Czibulka, S. 1. Digitale Bibliothek Band 38: Brockhaus Riemann – Musiklexikon, S. 2386 (vgl. BRM Bd. 1, S. 288) (c) Schott Musik International]
Czibulka has composed several operettas, and his most famous piece is the Stephanie Gavotte. I think that Love’s Dream after the Ball is a great piece and I like to listen to it very much. So maybe the sheet music of this piece for mandolin orchestra will be played by some mandolin orchestra.
There are some videos of this composition at youtube, with the title in the three different languages.
This is a historical recording of the piece:
“Songe D’Amour Apres le Bal” Waltz (Czibulka) Played by Dajos Bela & His Orchestra C 1930
Playlist Songe D’amour Apres le Bal
Free sheet music for piano or mandolin orchestra on the IMSLP site:
Historical recordings with compositions by Alphons Czibulka (Love’s Dream after the Ball, Stephanie Gavotte, Nightingale Waltz u. a.) in the National Library of the Library of Congress :
Free sheet music for mandolin, guitar, mandolin orchestra on my website www.mandoisland.de on page “free sheet music”
Sheet music by A. Czibulka in the National Library of Autralia: