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Sullivan: H.M.S. Pinafore - Overture
Sullivan: H.M.S. Pinafore / Act 1 - We shall sail the ocean blue
Sullivan: H.M.S. Pinafore / Act 1 - Hail! Men o'war's men..I'm called little buttercup
Sullivan: H.M.S. Pinafore / Act 1 - The nightingale sighed
Sullivan: H.M.S. Pinafore / Act 1 - A maiden fair to see
Sullivan: H.M.S. Pinafore / Act 1 - My gallant crew...I am the Captain of the Pinafore
Sullivan: H.M.S. Pinafore / Act 1 - Sir, you are sad
Sullivan: H.M.S. Pinafore / Act 1 - Sorry her lot who loves too well
Sullivan: H.M.S. Pinafore / Act 1 - Over the bright blue sea
Sullivan: H.M.S. Pinafore / Act 1 - Sir Joseph's barge is seen
Sullivan: H.M.S. Pinafore / Act 1 - Now give three cheers...I am the monarch of the sea
Sullivan: H.M.S. Pinafore / Act 1 - When I was a lad
Sullivan: H.M.S. Pinafore / Act 1 - A British tar
Sullivan: H.M.S. Pinafore / Act 1 - Refrain, audacious tar
Sullivan: H.M.S. Pinafore / Act 1 - Can I survive this overbearing
Sullivan: H.M.S. Pinafore - Entracte
Sullivan: H.M.S. Pinafore / Act 2 - Fair moon to thee I sing
Sullivan: H.M.S. Pinafore / Act 2 - Things are seldom what they seem
Sullivan: H.M.S. Pinafore / Act 2 - The hours creep on apace
Sullivan: H.M.S. Pinafore / Act 2 - Never mind the why and wherefore
Sullivan: H.M.S. Pinafore / Act 2 - Kind Captain, I've important information
Sullivan: H.M.S. Pinafore / Act 2 - Carefully on tip-toe...He is an Englishman
Sullivan: H.M.S. Pinafore / Act 2 - Farewell, my own
Sullivan: H.M.S. Pinafore / Act 2 - A many years ago
Sullivan: H.M.S. Pinafore / Act 2 - A joy! Oh rapture unforseen
Sullivan: Iolanthe or The Peer and The Peri - Overture
Sullivan: 1. Tripping hither, tripping thither
Sullivan: 2. Iolanthe! From thy dark exile
Sullivan: 3. Good morrow, good mother, Good mother, good morrow
Sullivan: 4. Fare thee well, attractive stranger
Sullivan: 5. Good morrow, good lover! Good lover, good morrow!
Sullivan: 6. None shall part us from each other
Sullivan: Iolanthe - Loudly let the trumpet bray
Sullivan: 8. Entrance of the Lord Chancellor tha's
Sullivan: 9. The law is the embodiment
Sullivan: 10. My well-beloved Lord
Sullivan: 11. Nay, tempt me not
Sullivan: 12. Spurn not the nobly born
Sullivan: 13. Lords, it may not be
Sullivan: Said I to myself, said I
Sullivan: 15. When darkly looms the day
Sullivan: When all night long a chap remains
Sullivan: 17. Strephon's a member of Parliament
Sullivan: 18. When Britain really ruled the waves
Sullivan: 19. In vain to us you plead
Sullivan: 20. Oh, foolish fay
Sullivan: 21. Though p'r'aps I may incur your blame
Sullivan: 22. Love unrequited
Sullivan: 23. If you go in you're sure to win
Sullivan: 24. If you're weak enough to tarry
Sullivan: 25. My Lord, a suppliant at your feet
Sullivan: 26. It may not be
Sullivan: 27. Soon as we may, off and away
Sullivan: Patience - Overture
Sullivan: Patience / Act 1 - Twenty love-sick maidens we
Sullivan: Patience / Act 1 - Still brooding on their mad infatuation!
Sullivan: Patience / Act 1 - I cannot tell what this love may be
Sullivan: Patience / Act 1 - Twenty love-sick maidens we
Sullivan: Patience / Act 1 - The soldiers of our Queen
Sullivan: Patience / Act 1 - If you want a receipt for that popular mystery
Sullivan: Patience / Act 1 - In a doleful train two and two we walk all day
Sullivan: Patience / Act 1 - Twenty love-sick maidens we
Sullivan: Patience / Act 1 - When I first put this uniform on
Sullivan: Patience / Act 1 - Am I alone and unobserved?
Sullivan: Patience / Act 1 - If you're anxious for to shine in the high aesthetic..
Sullivan: Patience / Act 1 - Long years ago - fourteen, maybe
Sullivan: Patience / Act 1 - Prithee, pretty maiden - Prithee
Sullivan: Patience / Act 1 - Though to marry you
Sullivan: Patience / Act 1 - Let the merry cymbals sound
Sullivan: Patience / Act 1 - Now tell us, we pray you
Sullivan: Patience / Act 1 - Heart broken at my Patience's barbarity
Sullivan: Patience / Act 1 - Stay, we implore you, before our hopes are blighted
Sullivan: Patience / Act 1 - Your maiden hearts, ah, do steel
Sullivan: Patience / Act 1 - Come, walk up, and purchase with avidity
Sullivan: Patience / Act 1 - We've been thrown over, we're aware
Sullivan: Patience / Act 1 - And are you going a ticket to buy?
Sullivan: Patience / Act 1 - Hold! Stay your hand!
Sullivan: Patience / Act 1 - True love must single hearted be
Sullivan: Patience / Act 1 - I hear the soft note of the echoing voice
Sullivan: Patience / Act 1 - But who is this, whose god-like grace...
Sullivan: Patience / Act 1 - List Reginald, whilst I confess a love that's all...
Sullivan: Patience / Act 2 - On such eyes as maidens cherish
Sullivan: Patience / Act 2 - Sad is a woman's lot who, year by year
Sullivan: Patience / Act 2 - Silvered is the raven hair
Sullivan: Patience / Act 2 - Turn, oh turn in this direction
Sullivan: Patience / Act 2 - A magnet hung in a hardware shop
Sullivan: Patience / Act 2 - Love is a plaintive song
Sullivan: Patience / Act 2 - So go to him and say to him, with compliment ironical
Sullivan: Patience / Act 2 - It's clear that the mediaeval art alone retains...
Sullivan: Patience / Act 2 - If Saphir I choose to marry, I shall be fixed...
Sullivan: Patience / Act 2 - When I go out of the door
Sullivan: Patience / Act 2 - I'm a Waterloo House young man
Sullivan: Patience / Act 2 - After much debate internal, I on Lady Jane decide
Sullivan: The Pirates of Penzance or The Slave of Duty - Overture
Sullivan: 1. Pour, oh pour the pirate sherry
Sullivan: 2. When Fred'ric was a little lad
Sullivan: 3. Oh, better far to live and die
Sullivan: 4. Oh, false one, you have deceived me
Sullivan: 5. Climbing over rocky mountain
Sullivan: 6. Stop! ladies, pray! A man!
Sullivan: 7. Oh, is there not one maiden breast
Sullivan: 8. Oh, sisters, deaf to pity's name, For shame!
Sullivan: The Pirates of Penzance - Poor wand'ring one!
Sullivan: 10. What ought we to do, Gentle sisters say?
Sullivan: 11. How beautifully blue the sky
Sullivan: 12. Stay, we must not lose our senses
Sullivan: 13. Hold, Monsters!
Sullivan: 14. I am the very model of a modern Major-General
Sullivan: 15. Oh, men of dark and dismal fate
Sullivan: 16. Hail Poetry, thou heav'n born maid!
Sullivan: 17. You may go, for you're at liberty
Sullivan: 18. Pray observe the magnanimity
Sullivan: 19. Oh, dry the glist'ning tear
Sullivan: 20. Then Frederic
Sullivan: The Pirates of Penzance - When the foeman bares his steel
Sullivan: 22. Now for the pirates lair!
Sullivan: 23. When you had left our pirate fold
Sullivan: 24. Away, away, my heart's on fire
Sullivan: 25. All is prepared
Sullivan: 26. Stay, Fred'ric stay!
Sullivan: 27. Ah, leave me not to pine alone and desolate
Sullivan: 28. Oh, here is love and here is truth
Sullivan: 19. No, I'll be brave
Sullivan: 30. Sergeant approach (Dialogue)
Sullivan: The Pirates of Penzance - When a felon's not engaged in his employment
Sullivan: 32. A rollicking band of pirates we
Sullivan: With cat-like tread
Sullivan: 34. Hush! Hush! Not a word
Sullivan: 35. Sighing softly to the river
Sullivan: 36. Now what is this, and what is that
Sullivan: 37. We triumph now
Sullivan: 38. Away with them, and place them at the bar
Sullivan: 39. Poor wand'ring ones, though ye have surely straye
Sullivan: Princess Ida or Castle Adamant - Overture
Sullivan: I Search throughout the panorama
Sullivan: 2. Now hearken to my strict command
Sullivan: 3. Today we meet...Ida was a twelve-month old
Sullivan: 4. From the distant panorama...We are warriors three
Sullivan: If you give me your attention
Sullivan: 6. P'raps if you address the lady most politely
Sullivan: 7. Towards the empyrean heights
Sullivan: 8. Mighty maiden with a mission
Sullivan: 9. Minerva...Oh, goddess wise
Sullivan: 10. Gently, gently, evidently
Sullivan: 11. I am a maiden, cold and stately
Sullivan: 12. The world is but a broken toy
Sullivan: 13. A lady fair, of lineage high
Sullivan: The woman of the wisest wit
Sullivan: 15. Now would you like to rule the roost
Sullivan: 16. Merrily ring the luncheon bell
Sullivan: 17. Would you know the kind of maid
Sullivan: 18. Oh, joy! Our chief is sav'd
Sullivan: 19. We may remark, tho' nothing can dismay us
Sullivan: 20. Death to the invader
Sullivan: I built upon a rock
Sullivan: Whene'er I spoke sarcastic joke
Sullivan: 23. When anger spreads his wing
Sullivan: This helmet I suppose
Sullivan: 25. This is our duty plain
Sullivan: 26. With joy abiding
Sullivan: Ruddigore or The Witch's Curse - Overture
Sullivan: 1. Fair is rose as bright as May day
Sullivan: 2. Sir Rupert Murgatroyd, his leisure and his riches
Sullivan: 3. If somebody there chanced to be
Sullivan: I know a youth who loves a little maid
Sullivan: 5. From the briny sea...I shipp'd, d'ye see
Sullivan: 6. Hornpipe
Sullivan: 7. My boy, you may take it from me
Sullivan: 8. The battle's roar is over
Sullivan: 9. In sailing o'er life's ocean wide
Sullivan: 10. Cheerily carols the lark...To a garden full ... fposies
Sullivan: 11. Welcome, gentry
Sullivan: 12. Oh why am I moody and sad?
Sullivan: 13. You understand? I think I do
Sullivan: 14. Hail the bride of seventeen summers
Sullivan: 15. Hold, bride and bridegroom
Sullivan: Overture, Original version
Sullivan: 16. I once was as meek as a newborn lamb
Sullivan: 17. Happily coupled are we
Sullivan: 18. In bygone days I had thy love
Sullivan: 19. Painted emblems of a race
Sullivan: When the night wind howls
Sullivan: 21. He yields! He yields!
Sullivan: 22. I once was a very abandon'd person
Sullivan: My eyes are fully open to my awful situation
Sullivan: 24. There grew a little flower
Sullivan: 25. Oh, happy the lily when kiss'd by the bee
Sullivan: Overture
Sullivan: We sounded the trumpet
Sullivan: Stay, Bouncer, stay!
Sullivan: Hush'd is the bacon on the grid
Sullivan: My master is punctual always in business
Sullivan: Who are you, sir?
Sullivan: The buttercup dwells on the lowly mead
Sullivan: Not long ago...Finale
Sullivan: The Sorcerer - Overture
Sullivan: The Sorcerer / Act 1 - 1. Ring forth, ye bells
Sullivan: The Sorcerer / Act 1 - 2. Constance, my daughter
Sullivan: The Sorcerer / Act 1 - 3. When he is here, I sigh with pleasure
Sullivan: The Sorcerer / Act 1 - 4. The air is charged with amatory numbers
Sullivan: The Sorcerer / Act 1 - 5. Time was, when love and I were well acquainted
Sullivan: The Sorcerer / Act 1 - 6. Sir Marmaduke...Minuet
Sullivan: The Sorcerer / Act 1 - 7. With heart and voice
Sullivan: The Sorcerer / Act 1 - 8. My kindly friends...Oh, happy young heart
Sullivan: The Sorcerer / Act 1 - 9. My child, I join in these congratulations
Sullivan: The Sorcerer / Act 1 - 10. With heart and with voice
Sullivan: The Sorcerer / Act 1 - 11. Welcome joy! adieu to sadness!
Sullivan: The Sorcerer / Act 1 - 12. All is prepar'd for sealing and for sighing
Sullivan: The Sorcerer / Act 1 - 13. Love feeds on many kinds of food
Sullivan: The Sorcerer / Act 1 - My name is John Wellington Wells
Sullivan: The Sorcerer / Act 1 - 15. Sprites of earth and air
Sullivan: The Sorcerer / Act 1 - 16. Now to the banquet we press
Sullivan: The Sorcerer / Act 2 - 17. 'Tis twelve, I think
Sullivan: The Sorcerer / Act 2 - 18. Dear friends, take pity on my lot
Sullivan: The Sorcerer / Act 2 - 19. Thou hast the pow'r....It is not love
Sullivan: The Sorcerer / Act 2 - 20. I rejoice that it's decided
Sullivan: The Sorcerer / Act 2 - 21. Oh, I have wrought much evil with my spells...
Sullivan: The Sorcerer / Act 2 - 22. Alexis! Doubt me not...The fearful deed is done
Sullivan: The Sorcerer / Act 2 - 23. Oh, my voice is sad and low
Sullivan: The Sorcerer / Act 2 - 24. Oh, joyous boon
Sullivan: The Sorcerer / Act 2 - 25. Prepare for sad surprises
Sullivan: The Sorcerer / Act 2 - 26. Or he or I must die
Sullivan: The Yeomen of the Guard - Overture
Sullivan: "When maiden loves"
Sullivan: "Tower warders under orders"
Sullivan: The Yeomen of the Guard - When our gallant Norman foes
Sullivan: "Alas! I waver to and fro"
Sullivan: "Is life a boon?"
Sullivan: "Here's a man of jollity"
Sullivan: The Yeomen of the Guard - I have a song to sing, oh!
Sullivan: "How say you, maiden"
Sullivan: "I've jibe and joke"
Sullivan: "'Tis done! I am a bride!"
Sullivan: "Were I thy bride"
Sullivan: "Oh, Sergeant Meryll" - "Ye Tower Warders" - "Leonard Meryll!" - "Forbear, my friends" - "Didst thou not" - "Leonard!" - "As escort for the prisoner"
Sullivan: "Night has spread her pall once more"
Sullivan: "Oh! a private buffoon"
Sullivan: "Hereupon we're both agreed"
Sullivan: "Free from his fetters grim"
Sullivan: "Strange adventure!"
Sullivan: "Hark! What was that, sir?" - "Who fired that shot?" "Like a ghost his vigil keeping..." - "The river must be dragged"
Sullivan: "Hark! What was that, sir?" - "Who fired that shot?" "Like a ghost his vigil keeping..." - "The river must be dragged"
Sullivan: "A man who would woo a fair maid"
Sullivan: "A man who would woo a fair maid"
Sullivan: "When a wooer goes a-wooing"
Sullivan: "When a wooer goes a-wooing"
Sullivan: "Rapture, rapture!"
Sullivan: "Rapture, rapture!"
Sullivan: "Comes the pretty young bride" - "'Tis said to you" - "Hold, pretty one!"
Sullivan: "Comes the pretty young bride" - "'Tis said to you" - "Hold, pretty one!"
Sullivan: Hark the Hour of Ten is Sounding
Sullivan: When First my Old, Old Love I Knew
Sullivan: When I good friends was called to the Bar
Sullivan: Where is the Plaintiff?
Sullivan: May it please you my Lud!
Sullivan: Oh, Gentlemen Listen I Pray
Sullivan: A nice dilemma
Sullivan: I Love him
Sullivan: Ruddigore or The Witch's Curse / Act 1 - My Boy, You May Take It From Me
Sullivan: Ruddigore or The Witch's Curse / Act 1 - I Know A Youth Who Loves A Little Maid
Sullivan: Ruddigore or The Witch's Curse / Act 2 - There Grew A Little Flower
Sullivan: Ruddigore or The Witch's Curse / Act 1 - The Battle's Roar Is Over
Sullivan: Ruddigore or The Witch's Curse / Act 1 - In Sailing O'er Life's Ocean Wide
Sullivan: The Yeomen of the Guard / Act 2 - Hereupon We're Both Agreed
Sullivan: The Yeomen of the Guard / Act 1 - I've Jibe And Joke
Sullivan: The Yeomen of the Guard / Act 2 - When A Wooer Goes A-Wooing
Sullivan: The Yeomen of the Guard / Act 2 - A Man Who Would Woo A Fair Maid
Overture
"When maiden loves"
"Tower warders under orders"
When our gallant Norman foes
"Alas! I waver to and fro"
"Is life a boon?"
"Here's a man of jollity"
I have a song to sing, oh!
"How say you, maiden"
"I've jibe and joke"
"'Tis done! I am a bride!"
"Were I thy bride"
"Oh, Sergeant Meryll" - "Ye Tower Warders" - "Leonard Meryll!" - "Forbear, my friends" - "Didst thou not" - "Leonard!" - "As escort for the prisoner"
"Night has spread her pall once more"
"Oh! a private buffoon"
"Hereupon we're both agreed"
"Free from his fetters grim"
"Strange adventure!"
"Hark! What was that, sir?" - "Who fired that shot?" "Like a ghost his vigil keeping..." - "The river must be dragged"
"A man who would woo a fair maid"
"When a wooer goes a-wooing"
"Rapture, rapture!"
"Comes the pretty young bride" - "'Tis said to you" - "Hold, pretty one!"
Overture
We shall sail the ocean blue
Hail! Men o'war's men..I'm called little buttercup
The nightingale sighed
A maiden fair to see
My gallant crew...I am the Captain of the Pinafore
Sir, you are sad
Sorry her lot who loves too well
Over the bright blue sea
Sir Joseph's barge is seen
Now give three cheers...I am the monarch of the sea
When I was a lad
A British tar
Refrain, audacious tar
Can I survive this overbearing
Entracte
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 tip-toe...He is an Englishman
Farewell, my own
A many years ago
A joy! Oh rapture unforseen
Overture
1. Pour, oh pour the pirate sherry
2. When Fred'ric was a little lad
3. Oh, better far to live and die
4. Oh, false one, you have deceived me
5. Climbing over rocky mountain
6. Stop! ladies, pray! A man!
7. Oh, is there not one maiden breast
8. Oh, sisters, deaf to pity's name, For shame!
Poor wand'ring one!
10. What ought we to do, Gentle sisters say?
11. How beautifully blue the sky
12. Stay, we must not lose our senses
13. Hold, Monsters!
14. I am the very model of a modern Major-General
15. Oh, men of dark and dismal fate
16. Hail Poetry, thou heav'n born maid!
17. You may go, for you're at liberty
18. Pray observe the magnanimity
19. Oh, dry the glist'ning tear
20. Then Frederic
When the foeman bares his steel
22. Now for the pirates lair!
23. When you had left our pirate fold
24. Away, away, my heart's on fire
25. All is prepared
26. Stay, Fred'ric stay!
27. Ah, leave me not to pine alone and desolate
28. Oh, here is love and here is truth
19. No, I'll be brave
30. Sergeant approach (Dialogue)
When a felon's not engaged in his employment
32. A rollicking band of pirates we
With cat-like tread
34. Hush! Hush! Not a word
35. Sighing softly to the river
36. Now what is this, and what is that
37. We triumph now
38. Away with them, and place them at the bar
39. Poor wand'ring ones, though ye have surely straye


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