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|Genre/Form:||Vocal scores with piano|
|Document Type:||Musical Score|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Arthur Sullivan; W S Gilbert; Bryceson Treharne
|Notes:||"This score contains all the dialogue."
Publisher's no.: Ed. 1655; HL50337530.
|Description:||1 vocal score (213 pages) ; 28 cm|
|Contents:||Act I. Pour, O pour the pirate sherry ; When Frederic was a little lad ; Oh, better far to live and die ; Oh, false one, you have deceived me! ; Climbing over rocky moutain ; Stop, ladies, pray! ; Oh, is there not one maiden breast ; Poor wandering one! ; What ought we to do ; How beautifully blue the sky ; Stay, we must not lose our senses ; Hold, monsters! ; I am the very model of a modern major-general ; Oh, men of dark and dismal fate. Act II. Oh, dry the glistening tear ; Then, Frederic, let your escort lion-hearted ; When the foeman bares his steel ; Now for the pirates' liar! ; When you had left our pirate fold ; All is prepared ; Stay, Frederic, stay! ; No, I am brave! ; When a felon's not engaged in his employment ; A rollicking band of pirates we ; With cat-like tread, upon our prey we steal ; Hush, hush! not a word ; Sighing softly to the river.|
|Other Titles:||Pirates of Penzance.
Pirates of Penzance
Slave of duty
|Responsibility:||book by W.S. Gilbert ; music by Arthur Sullivan ; authentic version edited by Bryceson Treharne.|