Deborah Rose and The Lady of Shalott

Deborah Rose with The Lady of Shalott

Deborah Rose with The Lady of Shalott

I’m so grateful to singer Deborah Rose for sending me this photo of her with The Lady of Shalott for my museum pics gallery. But I can not simply add it to the gallery without creating its own blog post here, so that I can share her wonderful work with you.

Deborah’s love of poetry and interest in the Pre-Raphaelites is reflected in her music.  This gorgeous photo of her with Waterhouse’s Lady of Shalott was taken at the Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery, where she performed her song The Lady of Shalott at the opening of the “Love and Death;Victorian Paintings from The Tate” exhibit. You can hear the song in the video below:

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2 Responses to Deborah Rose and The Lady of Shalott

  1. Anya says:

    I looooove your side and your song…how beautiful!!! I’ve presented the Lady of Shallott in my literature seminar and also thought about making a song out of it, now I’m absolutley blown away by your interpretation, great!!!

  2. Anya says:

    or Deborah Rose’s interpretation:)

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