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|Document Type:||Sound Recording|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Arthur Sullivan; W S Gilbert; Elsie Morison; Marjorie Thomas; Monica Sinclair; Richard Lewis; George Baker; John Cameron; James Milligan; Owen Brannigan; Malcolm Sargent; Pro Arte Orchestra.; Glyndebourne Festival Chorus.
|Notes:||EMI Classics 0777 7 64397 2 3 (0777 7 64398 2 2, 0777 7 64399 2 1); CMS 7 64397 2.
Music by Sullivan, words by Gilbert.
Previously released material (p1958, p1961).
Durations: 1:18:00 ; 33:00.
Program notes and synopses by Arthur Jacobs (11 p.)--inserted in container.
|Performer(s):||Elsie Morison, soprano ; Marjorie Thomas, Monica Sinclair, contraltos ; Richard Lewis, tenor ; George Baker, John Cameron, baritones ; James Milligan, bass-baritone ; Owen Brannigan, bass ; other soloists ; Pro Arte Orchestra ; Glyndebourne Festival Chorus ; Sir Malcolm Sargent, conductor.|
|Description:||2 audio discs (111 min.) : digital, stereo ; 4 3/4 in.|
|Contents:||Overture; We sail the ocean blue; Heail, men-o'-war's men; I'm called Little Buttercup; But tell me, who's the youth; The Nightingale; A maiden fair to see; My gallant crew, good morning; I am the Captain of the Pinafore; Sir, you are sad; sorry her lot who loves too well; Over the bright blue sea; I am the Monarch of the sea; When I was a lad I served a term; A British tar is a soaring soul; Refrain, audacious tar; Can I survive this overbearing; Oh joy, oh rapture unforeseen, This very night with bated breath; Let's give three cheers; Entr'acte. ACT 2 : Fair moon, to thee I sing; Things are seldom what they seem; The hours creep on apace; Never mind the why and wherefore; Kind Captain, I've important information; Carefully on tiptoe stealing; Pretty daughter of mine; Farewell my own; A many years ago; O joy, o rapture unforeseen; Hark, the hour of ten is sounding; Now jurymen hear my advice; Is this the Court of the Exchequer; When forst my old, old love I knew; Silence ... All hail great Judge; When I, good friends, was call'd to the Bar; Swear thou the jury; Where is the plaintiff; Comes the broken flower; On, never, never, never; May it please you my Lud; That she is reeling is plain to me; Oh gentlemen listen I pray; That seems a reasonable proposition; A nice dilemma we have here; I love him with fervour unceasing; The question, gentlemen, is one of liquor; Oh joy unbounded.|
|Other Titles:||Trial by jury.
|Responsibility:||Gilbert & Sullivan.|