You can find it on page 29 of the thread Women composers.
I've found some more of Jane Röckel (Jules de Sivrai) in the National Library of Australia archive that is not on IMSLP. I sent the NLA a note that De Sivrai is a pseudonym, which they had not appeared to have picked up on.bingo wrote: ↑Mon Jan 03, 2022 11:42 am Jane RÖCKEL (ROECKEL), nee JACKSON (1833-1907)
Concertising pianist before her marriage in 1864 to Joseph Leopold Roeckel (1838-1906/23), a composer based in Bristol mentioned in the Salon thread. He wrote under the name Edouard Dorn.
She published music under her own name, and as JULES DE SIVRAI,such as "A River Song, Idyll for pianoforte" found in the National Library of Australia digital collection.(*)
(NLA, slightly cleaned up) SIVRAI (RÖCKEL) River Song, Idyll (NLA).pdf
(my resetting) SIVRAI (RÖCKEL) River Song, Idyll.pdf
(*)Not to be confused with River Song, first found in the The Library
As she's Norwegian, many of her manuscripts are available here: https://www.nb.no/search?q=signe%20lund ... nuskriptermusiclife217 wrote: ↑Sat Nov 28, 2020 2:40 am
I'm sorry that I do not, but perhaps a copy can be ordered from Swedish library:
There was also a wonderful new disc of her music released, though, alas, the scores are hard to find. Perhaps the pianist can be reached also for assistance.
Tess, I think you mean Op 19 Blumenleben, which has a piece called Rose (op 9 is an Impromptu).