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Gilbert & Sullivan: Pirates Of Penzance, Overtures / Sargent, Baker, Milligan, Cameron, Et Al


Release Date: 07/08/2008 
Label:  Emi Classics For Pleasure Catalog #: 13454   Spars Code: n/a 
Composer:  Arthur Sullivan
Performer:  James MilliganJohn [baritone (50s)] CameronMonica SinclairGeorge Baker,   ... 
Conductor:  Sir Malcolm Sargent
Number of Discs: 1 
Recorded in: Stereo 
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Notes and Editorial Reviews

Includes overture(s) by Arthur Sullivan. Conductor: Sir Malcolm Sargent. Soloists: George Baker (Baritone), Owen Brannigan, John Cameron (baritone (50s)), Richard Lewis (Tenor), James Milligan, Monica Sinclair (Alto). Includes overture(s) by Arthur Sullivan. Conductor: Sir Malcolm Sargent. Soloists: George Baker (Baritone), Owen Brannigan, John Cameron (baritone (50s)), Richard Lewis (Tenor), James Milligan, Monica Sinclair (Alto). Read less

Works on This Recording

1. Pirates of Penzance: Excerpt(s) by Arthur Sullivan
Performer:  James Milligan (Bass Baritone), John [baritone (50s)] Cameron (Baritone), Monica Sinclair (Alto),
George Baker (Baritone), Richard Lewis (Tenor), Owen Brannigan (Bass)
Conductor:  Sir Malcolm Sargent
Period: Romantic 
Written: 1879; England 

Sound Samples

The Pirates of Penzance (or, The Slave of Duty): Overture
The Pirates of Penzance (or, The Slave of Duty), Act I: Pour, oh pour the pirate sherry (Pirates, Samuel)
The Pirates of Penzance (or, The Slave of Duty), Act I: When Frederic was a little lad (Ruth)
The Pirates of Penzance (or, The Slave of Duty), Act I: Oh, better far to live and die (Pirate King, Pirates)
The Pirates of Penzance (or, The Slave of Duty), Act I: Oh, false one, you have deceived me! (Frederic, Ruth)
The Pirates of Penzance (or, The Slave of Duty), Act I: What shall I do?...Climbing over rocky mountain (Frederic, Girls, Edith, Kate) (1987 Digital Remaster)
The Pirates of Penzance (or, The Slave of Duty), Act I: Stop, ladies, pray! (Frederic, Girls, Edith) (1987 Digital Remaster)
The Pirates of Penzance (or, The Slave of Duty), Act I: Oh, is there not one maiden breast? (Frederic, Girls, Mabel)
The Pirates of Penzance (or, The Slave of Duty), Act I: Oh, sisters, deaf to pity's name (Mabel, Girls)
The Pirates of Penzance (or, The Slave of Duty), Act I: Poor wandering one (Mabel, Girls)
The Pirates of Penzance (or, The Slave of Duty), Act I: What ought we to do? (Edith, Kate, Girls, Mabel, Frederic) (1987 Digital Remaster)
The Pirates of Penzance (or, The Slave of Duty), Act I: Stay, we must not lose our senses (Frederic, Girls, Pirates)
The Pirates of Penzance (or, The Slave of Duty), Act I: Here's a first rate opportunity (Pirates)
The Pirates of Penzance (or, The Slave of Duty), Act I: Hold, monsters! (Edith, Samuel, Girls, Major-General Stanley, Pirates) (1987 Digital Remaster)
The Pirates of Penzance (or, The Slave of Duty), Act I: I am the very model of a modern Major-General (Major-General, Girls, Pirates)
The Pirates of Penzance (or, The Slave of Duty), Act I: Oh, men of dark and dismal fate (Major-General, Samuel, Pirate King, Pirates)
The Pirates of Penzance (or, The Slave of Duty), Act I: I'm telling a terrible story (Major-General, Others except Ruth)
The Pirates of Penzance (or, The Slave of Duty), Act I: O master, hear one word (Ruth, Pirates, Frederic)
The Pirates of Penzance (or, The Slave of Duty), Act I: Pray observe the magnanimity (All except Ruth)
The Pirates of Penzance (or, The Slave of Duty), Act II: Oh, dry the glistening tear (Girls, Mabel)
The Pirates of Penzance (or, The Slave of Duty), Act II: When the foeman bears his steel (Sergeant of Police, Policemen, Mabel, Edith, Girls, Major-General) (1987 Digital Remaster)
The Pirates of Penzance (or, The Slave of Duty), Act II: Now for the pirates' lair (Frederic)
The Pirates of Penzance (or, The Slave of Duty), Act II: Young Frederic! (Pirate King, Frederic, Ruth)
The Pirates of Penzance (or, The Slave of Duty), Act II: When you had left our pirate fold (Ruth, Frederic, Pirate King)
The Pirates of Penzance (or, The Slave of Duty), Act II: Away, away! my heart's on fire (Ruth, Pirate King, Frederic)
The Pirates of Penzance (or, The Slave of Duty), Act II: All is prepared (Mabel, Frederic)
The Pirates of Penzance (or, The Slave of Duty), Act II: Stay, Frederic, stay! (Mabel, Frederic)
The Pirates of Penzance (or, The Slave of Duty), Act II: Ah, leave me not to pine (Mabel, Frederic)
The Pirates of Penzance (or, The Slave of Duty), Act II: In 1940 I of age shall be (Frederic, Mabel)
The Pirates of Penzance (or, The Slave of Duty), Act II: Though in body and in mind (Sergeant, Policemen)
The Pirates of Penzance (or, The Slave of Duty), Act II: When a felon's not engaged in his employment (Sergeant, Policemen)
The Pirates of Penzance (or, The Slave of Duty), Act II: A rollicking band of pirates we (Pirates, Sergeant, Policemen)
The Pirates of Penzance (or, The Slave of Duty), Act II: With cat-like tread (Pirates, Policemen, Samuel)
The Pirates of Penzance (or, The Slave of Duty), Act II: Hush, hush! not a word (Frederic, Pirates, Policemen, Major-General)
The Pirates of Penzance (or, The Slave of Duty), Act II: Softly sighing to the river (Major-General, Pirates, Policemen)
The Pirates of Penzance (or, The Slave of Duty), Act II: Now what is this, and what is that (Girls, Pirates)
The Pirates of Penzance (or, The Slave of Duty), Act II: Frederic here! Oh joy! (Major-General, Mabel, Frederic, Pirates, Pirate King, Girls, Policemen, Sergeant, Ruth)
The Sorcerer: Overture
Cox and Box (or, The Long-Lost Brothers) - Overture
Princess Ida (or, Castle Adamant): Overture
Overture in C 'In memoriam'

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