Here my try at it:
White plays 1. Nf5 as in Morphy vs James McConnell New Orleans 1949. Interestingly, while this move is winning here, it was losing in that game. (Morphy still won, but his opponent had a chance to win. (He could have played 13...Qb4+)
Now black can play 1...Bb7 or 1...Ba6 or 1....Ke7.
Both lose to 2.Nxd6#, as in 35.Nxd6 Morphy vs. Daniel Harrwitz, London 1858
Game one: http://www.chessgames.com/perl/chessgame?gid=1266654
Game two: http://www.jsegor.com/chess/analysis/Philidor%20Defense/Morphy%20vs%20Harrwitz%20M35%20Nxd6%201%200.htm
Both are beautiful games of chess