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Legal drama (Literature)
Vocal scores with piano
|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Sullivan, Arthur, 1842-1900.
Trial by jury.
New York, G. Schirmer, ©1941. Pub. pl. no. 39209
|Document Type:||Musical Score|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Arthur Sullivan; Bryceson Treharne; W S Gilbert
|Language Note:||English words.|
|Notes:||"This score contains all the dialogue. In several places the Editor has suggested alternative choral parts for high-school or other amateur groups"--Title page.|
|Description:||1 score (89 pages) ; 28 cm|
|Contents:||Hark, the hour of ten is sounding --
Is this the court of the exchequer? --
When first my old, old love I knew --
All hail, great judge! --
When I, good friends, was called to the bar --
Swear thou the jury! --
Where is the plaintiff? --
Oh, never, never, never --
May it please you --
That she is reeling is plain to me --
Oh, gentlemen, listen, I pray --
That seems a reasonable proposition --
A nice dilemma --
I love him --
Oh, Joy unbounded.
|Other Titles:||Trial by jury.|
|Responsibility:||book by W.S. Gilbert ; music by Arthur Sullivan ; authentic version edited by Bryceson Treharne.|