First published and recorded in 1954 (only included at the time on the album "A Leroy Anderson ‘Pops’ Concert"), this lovely piano instrumental was released as a UK single in 1957 and hit the charts in early summer. Decca then issued the track on 45 in the U.S. which enjoyed a moderate success. Anderson later recorded stereo version of Forgotten Dreams in 1959. The composition features a haunting, romantic melody and its performance is within the reach of most late-intermediate pianists. Written in D major, it contains expressive tempo variations, an animated B section, and arpeggiated chords which require a bit of stretching. Instrumentation: Piano Solo: 188.8.131.52: Saxes(AAT, opt): 184.108.40.206: Bells: Str (9-8-7-6-5 in set).