Schirmer Edition Of The Gondoliers: Or The King Of Barataria Vocal Score Books? Only dates given are first performance dates- 1889 and copyright- 1890. Opera, Broadway, American, Contemporary, Classical. Covers may have heavy shelfwear and edgewear. His creative output included over 75 plays and libretti, numerous stories, poems, lyrics and various other comic and serious pieces. From Canada to United Kingdom About this Item: The John Church Company, Philadelphia, 1924. Title page is slightly marked, Arthur Sullivan 'signature' ink stamp. The complete vocal score with piano accompaniment.
D'Oyly Carte, and reproduced there on Tuesday, March 22nd, under the same management. Very good clean looking copy. It is a classic story of mistaken identity with the heir to the throne of Barataria being mixed up with the son of a drunken gondolier. Rub wear and marks to board surfaces and edges with crushing to spine ends and minor bumps to corners. Gilbert also wrote the Bab Ballads, an extensive collection of light verse accompanied by his own comical drawings. Both men must rule the kingdom together until the true ruler can be identified. From the collection of Donald W.
Extent 1 vocal score 277 p. Binding is in Fine condition. A vocal score, with piano accompaniment, of the twelfth comic opera by Gilbert and Sullivan. Opera first performed at Savoy Theatre, London, under managment of Mr. Hard back binding in publisher's original illustrated green cloth covers, gilt title and author lettering to the spine and the front cover.
Act I: The Piazetta, Venice. Buy with confidence, excellent customer service!. Piano, Vocal Score Vocal Score. The E-mail message field is required. Schirmer Edition Of The Gondoliers: Or The King Of Barataria Vocal Score by William S. Two ordinary Gondoliers named Marco and Giuseppe find themselves the joint rulers of a Spanish island called Barataria.
So probably 1st American edition of 1890. Cover is discoloured in places, slightly marked, small indent on front, edge wear. Arangement for Pianoforte by J. Vocal and piano score- not x-library. May not contain Access Codes or Supplements. King of Barataria Gondoliers Responsibility: book by W. About 12 x 9 with 185 pages.
Orange cloth with lettering on spine in gilt. His plays and realistic style of stage direction inspired other dramatists, including Oscar Wilde and George Bernard Shaw. Authentic version edited by Bryceson Treharne - University of Manitoba Libraries The Gondoliers, or, the King of Barataria. . The Gondoliers is the first of the 14 operettas in which W. Spine stained and somewhat worn - but still sound.
Now, you will be happy that at this time G. Binding secure and text clean. Pages 131 to 134 inc. Sunning to board edges and spine. Bears Sullivan's purple signature ink stamp. Label The Gondoliers, or, the King of Barataria.
After three months time the real king is revealed small hint: it is neither Marco nor Giuseppe! We try to post the same day as the order. Extent 1 vocal score 277 p. First produced at the Savoy Theatre, London, Saturday 7th December 1889, under the management of Mr. Bright pages with light wear to text block edges. Gondoliers, or, The king of Barataria. These, as well as most of their Sir William Schwenck Gilbert 1836 - 1911 was an English dramatist, librettist, poet and illustrator best known for his fourteen comic operas produced in collaboration with composer , of which the most famous include H. Title The Gondoliers, or, the King of Barataria.
Pages are in Very Good condition with only a hint of age-toning. There is a lot of books, user manual, or guidebook that related to G. You could find and download any books you like and save it into your disk without any problem at all. Contents: List and learn -- From the sunny Spanish shore -- In enterprise of martial kind -- O rapture, when alone together -- There was a time -- I stole the prince -- But, bless my heart --Try we life-long -- Bridegroom and bride -- Kind sir, you cannot have the heart -- Of happiness the very pith -- Rising early in the morning -- Take a pair of sparkling eyes -- Here we are, at the risk -- Dance a cachucha -- There lived a king -- In a contemplative fashion -- With ducal pomp -- On the day when I was wedded -- To help unhappy commoners -- I am a courtier -- Here is a case unprecedented. Cincinnati 1889 copyright John Church. Virtually none of the usual markings for perfomance scores! With Dramatis Personae List of Characters , and List of Contents.
The moth-eaten Duke of Plaza Toro wishes to establish his beautiful daughter Casilda, who married the. Gilbert ; music by Arthur Sullivan ; authentic version edited by Bryceson Treharne. Light marks to the edges of the front cover and in Very Good clean condition. With our complete resources, you could find G. In decorative brown cloth with bright gilt titles and dancers in black. The influence of Italian opera is starting to sink in, and not for the better- nothing here is as memorable or as witty as their previous shows.