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The pirates of Penzance

Author: Arthur SullivanJohn ReedPhilip PotterValerie MastersonChristene PalmerAll authors
Publisher: London : London, [1989?], 1968.
Edition/Format:   Music CD : CD audio : Operas : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Material Type: Music
Document Type: Sound Recording
All Authors / Contributors: Arthur Sullivan; John Reed; Philip Potter; Valerie Masterson; Christene Palmer; Isidore Godfrey; W S Gilbert; D'Oyly Carte Opera Company.; Royal Philharmonic Orchestra.
OCLC Number: 20978718
Notes: Manufacturer's no.: 425 196-2 (set); 425 197-2 (disc 1); 425 198-2 (disc 2).
Opera.
Words by Gilbert, music by Sullivan.
Originally released in 1968.
Analog recording, digitally remastered.
Compact discs.
Duration: 1:43:51.
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Performer(s): John Reed, Philip Potter, Valerie Masterson, Christene Palmer, and others ; D'Oyly Carte Opera Company soloists and chorus ; Royal Philharmonic Orchestra ; Isidore Godfrey [conductor].
Description: 2 sound discs (103 min.) : digital, stereo. ; 4 3/4 in.
Contents: Pour, oh pour the pirate sherry --
When Fred'ric was a little lad --
Oh, better far to live and die --
Oh, false one, you have deceived me --
Climbing over rocky mountain --
Stop! ladies, pray! A man! --
Oh, is there not one maiden breast --
Oh, sisters, deaf to pity's name, for shame! --
Poor wand'ring one! --
What ought we to do, Gentle sisters, say? --
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 --
Hail poetry, thou heav'n born maid! --
You may go, for you're at liberty --
Pray observe the magnanimity --
Oh, dry the glist'ning tear --
Then Frederic --
When the foeman bares his steel --
Now for the pirates lair! --
When you had left our pirate fold --
Away, away, my heart's on fire --
All is prepared. Stay, Fred'ric stay! --
Ah, leave me not to pine alone and desolate --
Oh, here is love and here is truth --
No, I'll be brave --
Sergeant approach --
When a felon's not engaged in his employment --
A rollicking band of pirates we --
With a cat-like tread --
Hush! Hush! Not a word --
Sighing softly to the river --
Now what is this, and what is that --
We triumph now --
Away with them, and place them at the bar --
Poor wand'ring ones, though ye have surely strayed.
Responsibility: Gilbert and Sullivan.

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