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Arthur Sullivan
Arthur Sullivan (anglický operetní hudební skladatel)
Arthur Sullivan (britisk komponist)
Arthur Sullivan (Brits componist (1842-1900))
Arthur Sullivan (brittisk kompositör)
Arthur Sullivan (compositeur et chef d'orchestre)
Arthur Sullivan (compositore britannico)
Arthur Sullivan (englischer Komponist, Musikwissenschaftler, Organist und Dirigent)
Arthur Sullivan (English composer of the Gilbert & Sullivan duo)
Arthur Sullivan (kompozytor brytyjski)
Arthur Sullivan (prolific English composer of Gilbert & Sullivan fame)
Artur
Arturs Salivens
Sir Arthur Sullivan
Sulivan, Arthur
Sullivan
Sullivan, A.
Sullivan, A. S.
Sullivan (Arthur)
Sullivan, Arthur S.
Sullivan, Arthur S. (Sir)
Sullivan (Arthur Seymour)
Sullivan, Arthur Seymour (Sir)
Sullivan, Arthur (Sir)
Sullivan, Artur
Sullivan, Sir Arthur
Άρθουρ Σάλιβαν
Артур Саливан
Артур Салліван
Салливан, Артур
Салливен, Артур Сеймур
ארתור סאליבן
آرثر سوليفان
아서 설리번
アーサー・サリヴァン
サリヴァン
亞瑟·蘇利文
阿瑟·萨利文
Dates: 
1842-1900
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Manuscript language material
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Notated music
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contributor
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performer
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Related names: 
Baker, George (1885-1976)
D'Oyly Carte Opera Company
Dagoll Dagom (Grup de teatre)
Gilbert, W.S. (1836-1911)
Gilbert, William S. (1836-1911)
Gilbert, William Schwenck (1836-1911)
Godfrey, Isidore
Godfrey, Isidore (1900-1977)
Gounod, Charles (1818-1893)
Händel, Georg Friedrich (1685-1759)
Mellema, Cor M.
Mendelssohn Bartholdy, Felix (1809-1847)
Michel, Jean-François (1957-)
Naxos Digital Services
Pittman, Josiah (1816-1886)
Sargent, Malcolm (1895-1967)
Sullivan's Orchestra (see also from)
Sutherland, Joan
Treharne, Bryceson (1879-1948))
Titles: 
1. AKT - Introduktion
2. AKT - Introduktion
5 Shakespeare Songs
Aber ist das nicht der reizende alter
Absent-Minded Beggar March
Ah!...Nicht schreien, sonst passiert
Aksel Schiotz - Night and Day
All this night
Allegro risoluto
Am the Very Model of a Cartoon Individual, I
Anthems
Armer Pirat, wirst du mich jemals lie
At the window Voix, piano
Ay de mi, my bird ! Voix, piano
BBC Music, Volume 7, Number 9: The Rose of Persia (Extended Highlights)
BBC Music, Volume 7, Number 9: The Rose of Persia / Six Overtures
beauty stone
Cathy Berberian - Nymphs And Shepherd
Cello Concerto in D major: I. Allegro moderato
Cello Concerto in D major: II. Andante espressivo
Cello Concerto in D major: III. Molto vivace
Chieftain
Choral music
Come Ye Faithful, Raise The Strain
Coming home
Concerto, cello, orchestra, D major
Contrabandista
Cox and Box: “Hush’d is the bacon on the grid” (Box)
Cox and Box: “My master is punctual always in business” (Cox)
Cox and Box: “Not long ago” (Cox, Box)
Cox and Box ... Ouvertüre
Cox and Box: Overture
Cox and Box. Selections
Cox and Box: “Stay, Bouncer, stay!” (Cox, Bouncer)
Cox and Box: “The buttercup dwells on the lowly mead” (Cox, Box)
Cox and Box: “We sounded the trumpet” (Bouncer)
Cox and Box: “Who are you, sir?” (Cox, Box, Bouncer)
Dafür lebst du nun mit mir, der Liebe
Day dreams
Denkt mal drüber nach, was den Jungs
Diese Wonne weit ist herrlich
Distant Shore, The
Du Scheusal, du hast gelogen
Duet, cello, piano, op. 2, G major
Edward Gray
Eleanor Steber, Blanche Thebom - Bosom Buddies
Elements, The
Elisabeth Söderström - Swedish Tradional
Emerald Isle: Grand Fantasia, The
Es ist doch ein süsser Bengel
Evelyn Lear - The Boy
Ezio Pinza - An X - Rated Song
Ezio Pinza, Judy Canova - The Ame & Skit
Finale l. Akt- Wenn die Töchter mit g
Foresters
Forward Joe Soap’s Army
Fugue, voices (3), B♭ major
Gelder fliessen, Gelder rollen
Golden legend. Night is calm and cloudless
Golden Legend, The
Gondoliers, Act I: "And Now to Choose Our Brides" (Marco, Giuseppe, Fiametta, Vittoria, Chorus), The
Gondoliers, Act I: "Bridegroom and Bride" (Chorus), The
Gondoliers, Act I: "Buon' Giorno, Signorine!" (Marco, Giuseppe, Chorus), The
Gondoliers, Act I: "But, Bless My Heart" (Casilda, Don Alhambra), The
Gondoliers, Act I: "For Ev'ry One Who Feels Inclined" (Marco, Giuseppe, Chorus), The
Gondoliers: Act I: "For the Merriest Fellows Are We" (Antonio, Chorus), The
Gondoliers, Act I: "From the Sunny Spanish Shore" (Duke, Duchess, Casilda, Luiz), The
Gondoliers, Act I: "Good Morrow, Pretty Maids" (Francesco, Fiametta, Giulia, Antonio, Giorgio, Vittoria, Chorus), The
Gondoliers: Act I: "I Stole the Prince " (Don Alhambra, Duke, Duchess, Casilda, Luiz), The
Gondoliers: Act I: "In Enterprise of The Martial Kind" (Duke, Casilda, Duchess, Luiz), The
Gondoliers, Act I: "Kind Sir, You Cannot Have the Heart" (Gianetta), The
Gondoliers, Act I: "List and Learn" (Fiametta, Ladies chorus), The
Gondoliers, Act I: "My Papa, He Keeps Three Horses" (Giuseppe, Marco, Chorus), The
Gondoliers: Act I: No. 9a. "When a Merry Maiden Marries" (Tessa), The
Gondoliers, Act I: "Now, Marco Dear, My Wishes Hear" (Gianetta, Tessa, Giuseppe, Marco), The
Gondoliers, Act I: "O Rapture, When Alone Together" (Casilda, Luiz), The
Gondoliers, Act I: "Thank You Gallant Gondolieri" (Gianetta, Tessa, Chorus), The
Gondoliers, Act I: "Then Away They Go to an Island Fair" (Marco, Gianetta, Tessa, Giuseppe, Chorus), The
Gondoliers: Act I: "Then One of Us Will Be a Queen" (Marco, Giuseppe, Gianetta, Tessa), The
Gondoliers, Act I: "There Was a Time, a Time Forever Gone" (Luiz, Casilda), The
Gondoliers, Act I: "Try We Life-Long" (Duke, Duchess, Casilda, Luiz, Grand Inquisitor), The
Gondoliers: Act I: "We're Called Gondolieri" (Marco, Giuseppe), The
Gondoliers, Act II: "Here Is a Case Unprecedented" (Casilda, Gianetta, Tessa, Marco, Giuseppe, Chorus), The
Gondoliers, Act II: "Here We Are, at the Risk of Our Lives" (Fiametta, Vittoria, Ladies Chorus), The
Gondoliers: Act II: "In a Contemplative Fashion" (Gianetta, Tessa, Marco, Giuseppe), The
Gondoliers: Act II, No. 13, Song: "Take a Pair of Sparkling Eyes" (Marco), The
Gondoliers: Act II, No. 15, Chorus, "Dance a Cachucha" (Company), The
Gondoliers: Act II, No. 21, Gavotte, "I am A Courtier, Grave and Serious", (Duke, Duchess, Casilda, Marco and Giuseppe), The
Gondoliers, Act II: "Now Let the Loyal Lieges Gather Round" (Don Alhambra, Inez, Company), The
Gondoliers, Act II: "Oh Happiness the Very Pith in Barataria" (Marco, Giuseppe, Male Chorus), The
Gondoliers, Act II: "On the Day When I Was Wedded" (Duchess), The
Gondoliers, Act II: "Once More Gondolieri" (Company), The
Gondoliers, Act II: "Rising Early in the Morning" (Giuseppe, Male Chorus), The
Gondoliers, Act II: "There Lived a King" (Don Alhambra, Marco, Giuseppe), The
Gondoliers, Act II: "This Statement We Receive" (Gianetta, Tessa, Marco, Giuseppe, Company), The
Gondoliers, Act II: "To Help Unhappy Commoners" (Duke, Duchess), The
Gondoliers, Act II: "With Ducal Pomp and Ducal Pride" (Duke, Duchess, Male Chorus), The
Gondoliers. Finale
Gondoliers: Grand Fantasia, The
Gondoliers: Grand Selection, The
Gondoliers. Here is a fix unprecedented
gondoliers Ouvertüre
Gondoliers: Overture, The
Gondoliers. Selections
Gondoliers: We're Are Called Gondolieri, The
Grand Duke, or the statutory duel
grand duke Ouvertüre
Grand Duke: Overture, The
H.M.S. Pinafore: Act I, No. 1, Chorus, "We Sail the Ocean Blue", (Sailors)
H.M.S. Pinafore: Act I, No. 2, Recit. and Song, "I'm Called Little Buttercup", (Buttercup)
H.M.S. Pinafore: Act I, No. 4, Song and Chorus, "My Gallant Crew, Good Morning", (Captain and Sailors)
H.M.S. Pinafore: Act I, No. 8. "Now give three cheers" (Captain, Sir Joseph, Cousin Hebe and Chorus)
H.M.S. Pinafore: Act I, No. 9, "When I Was a Lad" (Sir Joseph)
H.M.S. Pinafore: Act II, No. 21, Finale, "Oh Joy, Oh Rapture Unforeseen"
H.M.S. Pinafore: Grand Fantasia
H.M.S. Pinafore: Grand Selection
H.M.S. Pinafore. He is an Englishman
H.M.S. Pinafore: Never Mind the Why and Wherefore
H.M.S. Pinafore or The lass that loved a sailor
H.M.S. Pinafore: Overture
H.M.S. Pinafore Reflect, my child
H.M.S. Pinafore. Selections
H Träubel, J Durante - Our Voices Were meant for Eac
Ha, ha, ha, solche günstige Gelegenhe
Haddon Hall, act II
Haddon Hall, act III. No. 2 “Queen of the Garden”
Haddon Hall: Grand Fantasia
Haddon Hall: Grand Selection
Hallo Frederic_ Aber Schätzchen, dein
Hallo Mädchen_ Ich bitte vielmals um
Halt, meine Herren
heard the nightingale Voix, piano, I
Henry VIII. Graceful dance
Henry VIII. March
Henry VIII Selections
Hilf der Kleinen ihren Hunger bald zu
HMS Pinafore Ouvertüre
I've got a little list
Ich bin der britischen Krone Admiral
Ich frage mich warum ihr Herz auf Rac
Ich höre Schritte
Idyll, An
Ihr werdet es heute erfahren, die Pir
Île enchantée: No. 2. Dance of Nymphs and Satyrs - Pas de Châles, L'
Imperial march
In memoriam
Incidental music. Selections
Instrumental music. Selections
Iolanthe: Act I, No.6 Chorus, "Loudly let the Trumpets Bray", (Peers)
Iolanthe: Act II, No. 22, Duet, "If we're Weak Enough to Tarry", (Phyllis, Strephon)
Iolanthe: Act II, No. 25, Finale, "Soon as we May, Off and Away"
Iolanthe: Grand Fantasia
Iolanthe. If you go in
Iolanthe. Loudly let the trumpet bray
Iolanthe. None shall part us
Iolanthe, or the peer and the peri
Iolanthe Ouvertüre
Iolanthe: Overture
Iolanthe. Selections
Iolanthe: Strephon's a Member of Parliament!
Iolanthe: The Law Is the True Embodiment
Iolanthe: Triping Hither, Tripping Thither
Iolanthe. When Britain really ruled the waves
Iolanthe: When Britain Really Rulled the Waves
Iolanthe: When I Went to the Bar
Iolanthe. When you're lying awake
Irish symphony
It Came Upon a Midnight Clear
It Came Upon the Midnight Clear
Ivanhoe: Act 1 (disc 1)
Ivanhoe: Act II
Ivanhoe. Lord of our chosen race
J Sutherland, E Fitzgerald, D Shore - Three Little Maids
Ja, Frederic, verdammt schade, dass d
Jan Peerce, Robert Merrill - Cathedral
Jawohl, Frederic, bei mir hast du gel
Jeannette MacDonald, Robert Merrill - The Fireman's Bride
Jetzt steht er da, vor Staunen stumm
Kaum hab' ich mich verlobt, da verlie
Kenilworth
Kinderchef für dies Piratenschlos, Ein
King Arthur
Komm, den Weg entlang, check, links h
Konzerte, Vc Orch, D-Dur
Leontyne Price, Regine Crespin - Cat Duet
Let me dream again
Light of the World “Andante pastorale”, The
Light of the world. God shall wipe away all tears
Lily Pons - Blue Danube Swing
Long Day Closes, The
Lost Chord, The
Lux eoi
Macbeth Ouvertüre
Macbeth: Overture
Mae West, Armand Tokatyan - Mon coeur s'ouvre a ta voix
March of the Peers
Marilyn Horne, Carol Channing - Bye, Bye Baby
Marilyn Horne - Marianne
Marilyn Horne - People
Marmion
Martyn Green - Patters all the Campbell Soups
Martyr of Antioch: Scene I, no. 2b “Come Margarita, Come”, The
Martyr of Antioch selections, The
Mein eigner Mut hat mich verführt, ic
Merchant of Venice Suite: I. Introduction, The
Merchant of Venice Suite: III. Bourée, The
Merchant of Venice Suite: V. À la valse, The
Merchant of Venice Suite: VII. Finale, The
Merry wives of Windsor
Mikado: Act I, No 1, Men’s Chorus, “If you want to Know who we are”, The
Mikado: Act I, no. 10, “I Am So Proud” (Pooh-Bah, Ko-Ko and Pish-Tush), The
Mikado: Act I, no. 11, Finale Act I (Ensemble), The
Mikado: Act I, no. 11, “For He’s Going to Marry Yum-Yum” (Ensemble), The
Mikado: Act I, no. 11, “The Hour of Gladness” … “O ni! Bikkuri shakkuri to!” (Ensemble), The
Mikado: Act I, no. 11, “The Threatened Cloud Has Passed Away” (Ensemble), The
Mikado: Act I, no. 11, “With Aspect Stern and Gloomy Stride” (Ensemble), The
Mikado: Act I, no. 11, “Ye Torrents Roar!” (Ensemble), The
Mikado: Act I, no. 11, “Your Revels Cease!” … “Oh Fool, That Fleest My Hallowed Joys!” (Ensemble), The
Mikado: Act I, no 2. “A wand’ring minstrel I” (Nanki-Poo and Men), The
Mikado: Act I, no. 3, “Our Great Mikado, Virtuous Man” (Pish-Tush and Men), The
Mikado: Act I, no. 4, “Young Man, Despair” (Pooh-Bah, Nanki-Poo and Pish-Tush), The
Mikado: Act I, no. 4a, “And Have I Journey’d for a Month” (Pooh-Bah and Nanki-Poo), The
Mikado: Act I, no. 5, “Behold the Lord High Executioner” (Ko-Ko and Men), The
Mikado: Act I, no. 5a “As someday it may happen” (Ko-Ko and Men), The
Mikado: Act I, no. 6, “Comes a Train of Little Ladies” (Girls), The
Mikado: Act I, no. 7. “Three little maids from school are we” (Yum-Yum, Peep-Bo, Pitti-Sing, and Girls), The
Mikado: Act I, no. 8, “So Please You Sir, We Much Regret” (Yum-Yum, Peep-Bo, Pitti-Sing, Pooh-Bah, and Girls), The
Mikado: Act I, no. 9, “Were You Not to Ko-Ko Plighted” (Yum-Yum and Nanki-Pooh), The
Mikado: Act II, no. 12, “Braid the Raven Hair” (Pitti-Sing and Girls), The
Mikado: Act II, no. 13. “The sun, whose rays are all ablaze” (Yum-Yum), The
Mikado: Act II, no. 14, “Brightly Dawns Our Wedding Day” (Yum-Yum, Pitti-Sing, Nanki-Pooh, and Pish-Tish), The
Mikado: Act II, no. 15. “Here's a how-de-do” (Yum-Yum, Nanki-Poo and Ko-Ko), The
Mikado: Act II, no. 16, “Mi-ya Sa-ma” … “From Every Kind of Man Obedience I Expect” (Mikado, Katisha, Chorus), The
Mikado: Act II, no. 17, “A More Humane Mikado” (Mikado, Chorus), The
Mikado: Act II, no. 18, “The Criminal Cried as He Dropped Him Down” (Ko-Ko, Pitti-Sing, Pooh-Bah, Chorus), The
Mikado: Act II, no. 19, “See How the Fates Their Gifts Allot” (Mikado, Pitti-Sing, Pooh-Bah, Ko-Ko and Katisha), The
Mikado: Act II, no. 20, “The Flowers That Bloom In the Spring” (Nanki-Pooh, Ko-Ko, Yum-Yum, Pitti-Sing, and Pooh-Bah), The
Mikado: Act II, no. 21, “Alone, and Yet Alive” (Katisha), The
Mikado: Act II, no. 22, “On a Tree by a River” (Ko-Ko), The
Mikado: Act II, no. 23. “There is beauty in the bellow of the blast” (Katisha and Ko-Ko), The
Mikado: Act II, no 24. Finale Act II (Ensemble), The
Mikado: Act II, no. 24, “For He’s Gone and Married Yum-Yum” (Ensemble), The
Mikado: Act II, no. 24, “The Threatened Cloud Has Passed Away” (Ensemble), The
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Mikado (Farndale Avenue Mikado)
Mikado (fragmenty)
Mikado: Grand Fantasia, The
Mikado (Hot Mikado)
Mikado. I've got a little list
Mikado. March
Mikado Memories
mikado Ouvertüre
Mikado: Overture, The
Mikado. Selections
Mikado (The Town of Titipu), operetta (Tit-willow), The
Mikado. Willow, tit-willow
Mit zwölf einhalb fing Frederic schon
Mmm, das klingt ganz nach meinen Töch
More Humane Mikado (The Mikado, Act 2), A
My dearest heart
Nearer, My God, to Thee
Nein, Frederic, nein, dass lassen Sie
Never Mind the Why and Wherefore (HMS Pinafore, Act II)
Noel Coward, Mary Martin - Un bei di vedremo
O mistress mine Voix, piano
Ode for laying of Imperial Institute foundation stone
Ode for opening of Colonial and Indian Exhibition
Oh, das Wichtigste ich freu mich und
Oh, Frederic
Oh, wartet nur, wenn die Truppen jetz
Once Again
Onward, Christian soldiers
Operas. Selections (Broude Bros.)
Operas. Selections (R. Clyde (Firm))
Operas. Selections (Symposium Records (Firm))
Opérettes
Orchestra music. Selections
Orpheus with his lute Voix, piano
Ouvertüren C-Dur
Overture di ballo
Overture: H.M.S Pinafore
Overture in C major “In Memoriam”
Overture: The Mikado
Overture: The Pirates of Penzance
Overture: The Yeoman of the Guard
Overture to Macbeth
Overture to Marmion
Overtures. Selections
Papalapap, was heisst hier Braut
Patience: Act 1, No. 3, The Soldiers of our Queen (Chorus of Dragoons)
Patience: Am I Alone and Unobserved?
Patience: Grand Fantasia
Patience. If you're anxious for to shine
Patience: If You Want a Receipt for That Popular Mystery
Patience Ouvertüre
Patience: Overture
Patience. Silver'd is the raven hair
Piano music. Selections
Pineapple Poll II. Jaspers Dance
Pineapple Poll: Scene I. Belaye’s Solo
Pineapple Poll: Scene I. Finale
Pineapple Poll: Scene I. Opening Dance
Pineapple Poll: Scene I. Pas de trois
Pineapple Poll: Scene I. Poll’s Solo and Pas de deux
Pineapple Poll: Scene II. Poll’s Solo, Jasper’s Solo
Pineapple Poll: Scene III. Belaye’s Solo and Sailors’ Drill
Pineapple Poll: Scene III. Entry of Belaye with Blanche as Bride
Pineapple Poll: Scene III. Grande Finale
Pineapple Poll: Scene III. Poll’s Solo
Pineapple Poll: Scene III. Reconciliation
Pineapple Poll Suite: I. Opening Number
Pineapple Poll Suite: II. Jasper's Dance
Pineapple Poll Suite: III. Poll's Dance
Pineapple Poll Suite: IV. Finale
Pirat, das ist kein Ehrenmann, er, Ein
Pirates of Penzance: Act I, no. 1. "Pour, oh pour, the pirate sherry", The
Pirates of Penzance: Act I, no. 10 "How beautifully blue the sky", The
Pirates of Penzance: Act I, no. 11. "Stay, we must not lose our senses... Here's a first-rate opportunity", The
Pirates of Penzance: Act I, no. 12. "Hold, Monsters!", The
Pirates of Penzance: Act I, no. 13. "I am the very model of a modern Major-General" (Major-General and Chorus), The
Pirates of Penzance: Act I, no. 14. "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", The
Pirates of Penzance: Act I, no. 2. "When Fred'ric was a little lad" (Ruth), The
Pirates of Penzance: Act I, no. 3. "Oh, better far to live and die… I am a pirate king!" (Pirate King and Chorus of Pirates), The
Pirates of Penzance: Act I, no. 4. "Oh, false one, you have deceived me... You told me you were fair as gold"" (Ruth & Frederic), The
Pirates of Penzance: Act I, no. 5. "Climbing over rocky mountain" (Chorus of Girls), The
Pirates of Penzance: Act I, no. 6. "Stop, Ladies, Pray"!, The
Pirates of Penzance: Act I, no. 7. "Oh, is there not one maiden breast?" (Frederic and Chorus of Girls), The
Pirates of Penzance: Act I, no. 8. "Poor wand'ring one" (Mabel, Chorus of Girls), The
Pirates of Penzance: Act I, no. 9. "What Ought We To Do?", The
Pirates of Penzance: Act II, no. 15. "Oh, dry the glist’ning tear", The
Pirates of Penzance: Act II, no. 17. "When the foeman bares his steel" (Mabel, Edith, Sergeant, and Chorus of Policemen and Girls)
Pirates of Penzance: Act II, no. 20. "Away, away, my heart’s on fire"
Pirates of Penzance: Act II, no. 23. "No, I’ll be brave" (Mabel & Sergeant)
Pirates of Penzance: Act II, no. 24. "When a felon's not engaged in his employment" (Sergeant and Chorus of Police), The
Pirates of Penzance: Act II, no. 26. "With cat-like tread, upon our prey we steal" (Samuel and Chorus of Pirates and Police), The
Pirates of Penzance: Grand Fantasia, The
Pirates of Penzance (March Medley), The
pirates of Penzance, or the slave of duty
pirates of Penzance Ouvertüre
Pirates of Penzance: Overture, The
Pirates of Penzance. Selections
Pirates of Penzance (Tailors of Poznance)
Poet's March, The
Princess Ida: Act II. 10. "Minerva! oh, hear me!" ... "Oh, goddess wise" (Princess)
Princess Ida: Act III. “Death to the invader” (Chorus, Melissa)
Princess Ida: Act III. Finale “With joy abiding”
Princess Ida: Act III. “I built upon a rock” (Princess)
Princess Ida: Act III. “This helmet I support” (Arac, Guron, Synthius, Chorus)
Princess Ida: Act III. “This is our duty plain” (Chorus)
Princess Ida: Act III. “When anger spreads his wing” (Chorus)
Princess Ida: Act III. “Whene’er I spoke sarcastic joke” (Gama, Chorus)
Princess Ida ... Ouvertüre
Princess Ida: Overture
Princess of Wales March
Procession March
Prodigal son. How many hired servants
Prodigal Son selections, The
Psalms xxxi, 26, 27
Quartet, violins (2), viola, cello, D minor
Roberta Peters, Jimmy Durante - A real live piano player
Romance, violins (2), viola, cello, G minor
Rosa Ponselle - A Big Brown Bear
Rose of Persia, Act 1: As we lie in languor lazy (Chorus of Wives), The
Rose of Persia, Act 1: For the Sultan's Executioner (All), The
Rose of Persia, Act 1: I'm the Sultan's vigilant Vizier (Vizier), The
Rose of Persia, Act 1: If you ask me to advise you (Desire), The
Rose of Persia, Act 1: Musical maidens are we (Ensemble with Dance and Chorus, Rose-in-Bloom, Scent-of-Lilies and Heart's Desire), The
Rose of Persia, Act 1: Neath my lattice through the night (Rose-in-Bloom), The
Rose of Persia, Act 1: Oh, Life has put into my hand (Dancing Sunbeam), The
Rose of Persia, Act 1: Oh, luckless hour! (Girls), The
Rose of Persia, Act 1: Overture, The
Rose of Persia, Act 1: Peace be upon this house! (Abdallah), The
Rose of Persia, Act 1: Peace be upon this house! (Yussuf), The
Rose of Persia, Act 1: Sunbeam! the Priest keeps saying, sotto voce (Blush), The
Rose of Persia, Act 1: Tramps and scamps and halt and blind (Men), The
Rose of Persia, Act 1: When Islam first arose (Abdallah and Chorus of Wives), The
Rose of Persia, Act 1: When my father sent me to Ispahan (Hassan and Chorus), The
Rose of Persia, Act 2 - A bridal march, The
Rose of Persia, Act 2: From Morning Prayer the Sultan of Persia comes! (Chorus), The
Rose of Persia, Act 2 - Hasan, the Sultan with his Court approaches, The
Rose of Persia, Act 2: If you or I should tell the truth (Girls), The
Rose of Persia, Act 2 - In the heart of my hearts I've always known, The
Rose of Persia, Act 2 - It has reached me a lady named Hubbard, The
Rose of Persia, Act 2 - It's a busy, busy, busy, busy day for thee, The
Rose of Persia, Act 2 - Laughing low, on toe-tip, The
Rose of Persia, Act 2 - Let a satirist enumerate a catalogue of crimes, The
Rose of Persia, Act 2: Oh, what is love? (Desire), The
Rose of Persia, Act 2 - Our tale is told, The
Rose of Persia, Act 2 - Suppose - I say, suppose, The
Rose of Persia, Act 2 - There was once a small Street Arab, The
Rose of Persia, Act 2 - What does it mean?, The
Rose of Persia: Act I: 10. "Musical Maidens are we... Dance and Song (Ensemble, Honey-of-Life and Hassan with Chorus and Dancers) (Hanover Band feat. conductor Tom Higgans), The
Rose of Persia: Act I: 11. "We have come to invade" (Abdallah with Hassan and Chorus) (Hanover Band feat. conductor Tom Higgans), The
Rose of Persia, act I: No. 9b “I care not if the cup I hold”, The
Rose of Persia, Act II, The
Rose of Persia. Selections
Ruddigore: Act I. “Cheerily carols the lark… To a garden full of posies” (Margaret)
Ruddigore: Act I. “Fair is Rose as bright as May day” (Zorah, Chorus)
Ruddigore: Act I. Finale “Hail the bride of seventeen summers”
Ruddigore: Act I. Finale “Hold, bride and bridegroom”
Ruddigore: Act I. “From the briny sea… I shipp’d, d’ye see” (Richard, Chorus)
Ruddigore: Act I. Hornpipe
Ruddigore: Act I. “I know a youth who loves a little maid” (Rose, Robin)
Ruddigore: Act I. “If somebody there chanced to be” (Rose)
Ruddigore: Act I. “If well his suit has sped” (Chorus)
Ruddigore: Act I. “In sailing o’er life’s ocean wide” (Rose, Richard, Robin)
Ruddigore: Act I. “My boy, you may take it from me” (Robin, Richard)
Ruddigore: Act I. “Oh why am I moody and sad?” (Sir Despard, Chorus)
Ruddigore: Act I. “Sir Rupert Murgatroyd, his leisure and his riches” (Hannah, Chorus)
Ruddigore: Act I. “The battle’s roar is over” (Rose, Richard)
Ruddigore: Act I. “Welcome, gentry” (Chorus)
Ruddigore: Act I. “You understand? I think I do” (Richard, Sir Despard)
Ruddigore: Act II. “Away, Remorse!” (Sir Ruthven)
Ruddigore: Act II. Finale “Oh, happy the lily when kiss’d by the bee”
Ruddigore: Act II. “Happily coupled are we” (Rose, Richard)
Ruddigore: Act II. “He yields! He yields!” (Chorus)
Ruddigore: Act II. “I once was a very abandon’d person” (Margaret, Sir Despard)
Ruddigore: Act II. “I once was as meek as a newborn lamb” (Sir Ruthven, Adam)
Ruddigore: Act II. “In bygone days I had thy love” (Rose, Chorus, Sir Ruthven, Richard)
Ruddigore: Act II. Melodrame
Ruddigore: Act II. “My eyes are fully open to my awful situation” (Margaret, Sir Ruthven, Sir Despard)
Ruddigore: Act II. “Painted emblems of a race” (Chorus, Sir Ruthven, Sir Roderic)
Ruddigore: Act II. “There grew a little flower” (Hannah, Sir Roderic)
Ruddigore: Act II. “When the night wind howls” (Sir Roderic, Chorus)
Ruddigore ... Ouvertüre
Ruddigore: Overture (original version)
Ruddigore. Selections
Ruth, Ruth, du kommst wie gerufen, eb
Sailor’s Grave, The
Scene 1 - Cedric's Hall at Rotherwood: Cedric: 'Drink, drink ye all...' - with Men, de Bracy, Brian, Rowena, Ivanhoe
Scene 1 - Cedric's Hall at Rotherwood: Cedric: 'Each day this realm of England faints and fails' - with Men
Scene 1 - Cedric's Hall at Rotherwood: Cedric: 'Welcome, Sir Knights!' - with de Bracy, Brian, Isaac, Women, Men, Rowena
Scene 1 - Cedric's Hall at Rotherwood: DeBracy: 'Is she not fair? And she is rich withal' - with Brian, Men
Scene 1 - Cedric's Hall at Rotherwood: Introduction
Scene 1 - Cedric's Hall at Rotherwood: Isaac: 'Good Thane, most noble Thane, I pray...' - with Men, Cedric, Squire
Scene 1 - Cedric's Hall at Rotherwood: Men: 'The Palmer! The holy Palmer!' - with Ivanhoe, Cedric, Brian, Rowena, de Bracy
Scene 2 - An Ante-room in Rotherwood: Ivanhoe: 'Like mountain lark my spirit upward springs' - with Isaac
Scene 2 - An Ante-room in Rotherwood: Rowena: 'Good Palmer, thou didst speak of one I knew...' - with Ivanhoe
Scene 2 - An Ante-room in Rotherwood: Rowena: 'O moon, art thou clad in silver mail...'
Scene 3 - The Lists at Ashby: Chorus: 'Plantagenesta!'
Scene 3 - The Lists at Ashby: Prince John: 'Isaac, my Jew, my purse of Gold' - with Cedric, de Bracy, Rebecca
Scene 3 - The Lists at Ashby: Prince John: 'Tis from our Royal brother, Louis of France' - with Heralds, Crowd
Scene 3 - The Lists at Ashby: Sopranos: 'What means his motto?' - with Crowd, Friar, Locksley, Prince John, Rowena, Cedric
Scene 3 - The Lists at Ashby: Sopranos: 'Will there be no more fighting' - with Chorus, Friar, King
Selections from The Mikado, The Pirates of Penzance & HMS Pinafore
Shakespeare songs. Orpheus with his lute
Shakespeare songs. Willow song
Sie glauben doch etwa nicht
Sleep, My Love, Sleep
So ist das also Miss Stanley
So, mich kennen Sie nun, und wer sind
Solche günstige Gelegenheit finden Rä
Song of the Wrens, The
Songs. Selections
Sorcerer: Act I. “All is prepar’d for sealing and for signing” (Aline, Alexis, Lawyer, Chorus), The
Sorcerer: Act I. “Constance, my daughter” (Mrs. Partlet, Constance), The
Sorcerer: Act I. Finale “Now to the banquet we press”, The
Sorcerer: Act I. “Love feeds on many kinds of food” (Alexis), The
Sorcerer: Act I. “My child, I join in the these congratulations” (Lady Sangazure), The
Sorcerer: Act I. “My kindly friends… Oh, happy young heart” (Aline), The
Sorcerer: Act I. “My name is John Wellington Wells” (Mr. Wells), The
Sorcerer: Act I. “Ring forth ye bells” (Chorus), The
Sorcerer: Act I. “Sir marmaduke” (Sir Marmaduke, Dr. Daly, Alexis), The
Sorcerer: Act I. “Sprites of earth and air” (Aline, Alexis, Mr. Wells, Chorus), The
Sorcerer: Act I. “The air is cherged with amatory numbers” (Dr. Daly), The
Sorcerer: Act I. “Time was, when love and I were acquainted” (Dr. Daly), The
Sorcerer: Act I. “Welcome joy! Adieu to sadness!” (Lady Sangazure, Sir Marmaduke), The
Sorcerer: Act I. “When he is here, I sigh with pleasure” (Constance), The
Sorcerer: Act I. “With heart and with voice” (Chorus), The
Sorcerer: Act II. “Alexis! Doubt me not!… The fearful deed is done” (Aline), The
Sorcerer: Act II. “Dear friends, take pity on my lot” (Constance, Notary, Aline, Alexis, Chorus), The
Sorcerer: Act II. Finale “Or he or I must die”, The
Sorcerer: Act II. “I rejoice that it’s decided” (Aline, Mrs. Partlet, Alexis, Dr. Daly, Sir Marmaduke), The
Sorcerer: Act II. “Oh, I have wrought much evil with my spells” (Lady Sangazure, Mr. Wells), The
Sorcerer: Act II. “Oh, joyous boon!” (Aline, Alexis, Dr. Daly, Chorus), The
Sorcerer: Act II. “Oh, my voice is sad and low” (Dr. Daly), The
Sorcerer: Act II. “Prepare for sad surprises” (Alexis), The
Sorcerer: Act II. “Thou hast the pow’r thy vaunted love to sanctify… It is not love” (Alexis), The
Sorcerer: Act II. “’Tis twelve, I think” (Aline, Alexis, Mr. Wells, Chorus), The
Sorcerer. For love alone
sorcerer Ouvertüre
Sorcerer: Overture, The
Sorcerer. Selections
Sorcerer. Time was when love and I were well acquainted
St. Agnes’ Eve
Suite from Pineapple Poll
Suite no. 1 from Victoria and Merrie England
Sullivan Fantasy, A
Sullivan Overtures
Sweethearts
Symphony in E major “Irish”: I. Andante – Allegro, ma non troppo vivace
Symphony in E major “Irish”: II. Andante espressivo
Symphony in E major “Irish”: III. Allegretto (feat. oboe: Keith Wood)
Symphony in E major “Irish”: IV. Allegro vivace e con brio
Take a Pair of Sparkling Eyes
Te Deum (1872)
Te Deum (1902)
Te Deum: O Lord, save Thy people (soprano, chorus)
Te Deum: The Glorious Company of the Apostles (chorus)
Te Deum: To Thee Cherubim (soprano, chorus)
Te Deum: Vouchsafe, O Lord (chorus)
Te Deum: We believe that Thou shalt come (chorus)
Te Deum: We praise Thee, O God (chorus)
Te Deum: When Thou tookest upon Thee (soprano)
Tempest: Act III Prelude, The
Tempest: Act IV Overture, The
Tempest: Act V Prelude, The
Tempest: Dance of the Nymps and Reapers, The
Tempest. Honour, riches, marriage blessing
Tempest: I. Introduction, The
Tempest: IV. Prelude to Act III, The
Tempest: Postlude, The
Tempest. Selections
Tempest: VI. Banquet Dance, The
Tempest: VII. Overture to Act IV, The
Tempest: X. Dance of the Nymphs and Reapers, The
Tempest: XI. Prelude to Act V, The
Tempest: XIIc. Epilogue, The
Terrified Bad Music Will Be Made Into Records
Thespis
Thou'rt passing hence
Thoughts
'Tis done ! I am a bride !
Trial by jury. When first my old, old love I knew
Trial by jury. When I, good friends, was called to the bar
Twilight
Und wie ist das mit uns, nimmst du mi
Unerhört, dass werd' ich nicht erlaub
Utopia Limited. First you're born
Utopia limited, or the flowers of progress
Utopia Limited. Selections
Utopia Limited. Tenor all singers above
Verdammt noch mal, verdammt noch mal
Victoria and Merrie England. Suite, no. 1
Victoria and merrie England. Suiten 1
Vocal music. Selections
Vokalmusik
Warum schickt er sie zurück, dass mus
Was hat nur da wahr gewogen, was hat
Werke Orch
What does little birdie say ? Voix, piano
When the Foeman Bares His Steel, Part 1
When the Foeman Bares His Steel, Part 2
When the Foeman Bares His Steel, Part 3
When the Foeman Bares His Steel, Part 4
When the Foeman Bares His Steel, Part 5
When the Foeman Bares His Steel, Part 6
Will He Come?
Window
Works. Selections
Would I Were a King, I
Yeoman of the Guard: Act I, No. 1, Song, "When Maiden Loves, she Sits and Sighs", (Phoebe), The
Yeoman of the Guard: Act I, No. 7, Duet, "I Have a Song to Sing, O!", (Point, Elsie, and Chorus), The
Yeoman of the Guard: Act II, No. 21, "Rapture, Rapture" (Dame Carruthers, Sergeant Meryll), The
Yeoman of the Guard: Overture, The
Yeomen of the Guard: Act I. " Is Life a Boon?" (Fairfax), The
Yeomen of the Guard: Act I. "When our gallane Norman foes" (Dame Carruthers, Yeomen), The
Yeomen of the Guard: Act II. "Hereupon we're both agreed" (Point, Wilfred), The
Yeomen of the Guard. Free from his fetters grim
Yeomen of the Guard: Grand Fantasia, The
Yeomen of the Guard: Grand Selection, The
Yeomen of the Guard: Here's a Man of Jollity, The
Yeomen of the Guard. I have a song to sing, O!
yeomen of the guard Ouvertüre
Yeomen of the Guard: Overture, The
Yeomen of the Guard. Selections
Yeomen of the Guard. Were I thy bride
Yeomen of the Guard: When Maiden Loves She Sits and Sighs, The
Yes, Brothers Warner We
Young Mother, The
Zoo: “And now let’s go back to where we were… Ah maiden fair”, The
Zoo: Finale “What do I see in this disguise?”, The
Zoo: “Help! Ah help!”, The
Zoo: “Ho guards! Minions!”, The
Zoo: “I loved her fondly”, The
Zoo: “I’m a simple little child”, The
Zoo: Introduction (Narrator), The
Zoo: “Ladies and gentlemen!”, The
Zoo: “My father!”, The
Zoo: “Once more the face I loved so well”, The
Zoo: “The British public here — you see”, The
Zoo: “We gather from what you have said”, The
Zoo: “Where is he?”, The
Zoo: “Where is my daughter?”, The
Contributed to or performed: 
[dialogue]
100 Golden Classics: The World's Greatest Classical Works
25 Light Opera Favorites
Act 1 - An Arcadian Landscape
Act 1 - Concluded
Act 2 - The Palace Yard at Westminster
Act I: Overture
Act II Opening: I Once Was
Act Two Prelude
All Is Prepared
Alone, And Yet Alive
Am a Pirate King, I
Am So Proud, I
Am the Captain of the Pinafore (H.M.S. Pinafore), I
Am The Captain Of The Pinafore from 'H.M.F. Pinafore', I
Am The Captain Of The Pinafore, I
am the Monarch of the Sea - HMS Pinafore, I
Am the Monarch of the Sea, I
Am The Very Model Of a Modern Major General, I
Am the Very Model of a Modern Major-General (The Pirates of Penzance), I
Am The Very Model Of A Modern Major-General from 'The Pirates of Penzance', I
Am the Very Model of a Modern Major-General, I
Am the Very Model of Modern Major General (reprise), I
Am the Very Model of Modern Major General, I
Am The Very Model, I
And Have I Journey'd for a Month
Angelina Ballerina Presents Classic Ballet Favourites
As Some Day It May Happen
As Someday It May Happen
As Someday it May Happen - The Mikado
As Someday It May Happen (I've Got a Little List)
As Someday It May Happen from 'The Mikado'
Away, Away, My Heart's on Fire!
Away, Away! My Heart's on Fire
Away, Away! My Heart's on Fire!
Ballads, Songs & Snatches: Vintage Gilbert & Sullivan
Ballads, Songs and Snatches
Ballads, Songs and Snatches, Volume Two
Ballet Music
battle's roar is over (Ruddigore), The
BBC Music, Volume 9, Number 7: Te Deum, Cello Concerto, Macbeth Overture
BBC Proms in the Park
Beach Scene
Behold the Lord High Executioner
Behold The Lord High Executioner from 'The Mikado'
Behold the Lord, High Executioner!
Behold, the Lord High Executioner
Best of Gilbert & Sullivan, The
Best of Gilbert and Sullivan (D’Oyly Carte Opera Company), The
Braid The Raven Hair
Brightly Dawns Our Wedding Day
British Tar Is A Soaring Soul, A
British Tar, A
Broadway Extravaganza!, A
But Tell Me / The Nightingale Sighed for the Moon's Bright Ray
But Tell Me Who's The Youth
Can I Survive This Overbearing?
Carefully on Tip Toe Stealing
Carefully on Tip-Toe Stealing
Carefully on Tiptoe Stealing
Carousel Breezes: Wurlitzer Band Organ, Seabreeze Park
Centenary Edition 1897-1997
Chase, The
Chorus: 'He yields!'
Choruses: The Greatest Hits
Classics for Pleasure, Volume 5
Climbing Over a Rocky Mountain
Climbing Over Rocky Mountain
Climbing Over Rocky Mountains
Comes a Train of Little Ladies
Criminal Cried as He Dropp'd Him Down, The
Criminal Cried As He Dropped Him Down, The
Curtain Call
D’Oyly Carte Opera Company Performs Gilbert & Sullivan: 56 Favourites, The
Dance a Cachuca, Fandango, Bolero
Dance a Cachucha - The Gondoliers
Dance a Cachucha, Fandango, Bolero
Dance of Cachucha
Dialogue: 'A maiden'
Dialogue: 'Ah, it's a thousand pities'
Dialogue: 'I recognize you now'
Dialogue: 'Nay, gentle maidens'
Dialogue: 'Poor Aunt'
Dialogue: 'Poor child!'
Dialogue: 'Poor children'
Dialogue: 'Richard! Robin!'
Dialogue: 'Stop a bit!'
Dialogue: 'This is a painful state'
Dialogue: 'We have been married'
Dialogue: 'Whither away?'
Duet: 'I know a youth'
Duet: 'I once was'
Duet: 'The battle's roar'
Duet: 'There grew a little flower'
Duet: 'You understand?'
End Credits
Entr'acte
Esquire: Classical Music Sampler
Fair Moon the Thee I Sing - HMS Pinafore
Fair Moon, to Thee I Sing
Fare thee well, attractive stranger
Farewell My Own
Favourite Gilbert and Sullivan
Finale
Finale - For He's Gone and Married Yum Yum
Finale - Once More Gondolieri
Finale Act 1: Kind Sir, You Cannot Have the Heart
Finale Act I
Finale Act One
Finale Act Two
Finale: 'Hail the bride'
Finale: 'When a man has been'
Finale: Soon As We May
Flowers that Bloom in the Spring - The Mikado, The
Flowers That Bloom in the Spring (The Mikado), The
Flowers That Bloom in the Spring, The
Flowers That Bloom in the Spring, Tra La, The
Fold Your Flapping Wings
For He Is an Englishman
For He Is an Orphan Boy
For He's Gone and Married Yum Yum
For I Hold That On The Seas
For love alone (The Sorcerer)
For riches and rank I do not long
Free from his fetters grim (The Yeoman of the Guard)
From Ev'ry Kind of Man Obedience I Expect
From the Sunny Spanish Shore
From the Sunny Spanish Shores / In Enterprise of a Martial Kind
G&S
Gaily Tripping
Gavotte
Gilbert & Sullivan Gallery, A
Gilbert & Sullivan Highlights
Gilbert & Sullivan Overtures
Gilbert & Sullivan Songbook, A
Gilbert & Sullivan Weekend
Gilbert & Sullivan, Volume 1: Gondoliers / Ruddigore / Princess Ida / H.M.S. Pinafore / Pirates of Penzance
Gilbert & Sullivan: Highlights from the Gondoliers
Gilbert and Sullivan Gala (Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra feat. conductor: Bramwell Tovey), A
Gilbert and Sullivan Gala, A
Gilbert and Sullivan Overtures, The
Go away, Madam
Gold Collection, The
Gondoliers
Gondoliers - Buon giorno Signorine - We're called Gondolieri, The
Gondoliers - Dance a chachucha, fandango, bolero, The
Gondoliers - I am a courtier grave and serious (Gavotte), The
Gondoliers - Take a pair of sparkling eyes, The
Gondoliers (1960 D’Oyly Carte cast), The
Gondoliers (1991 D’Oyly Carte cast), The
Gondoliers (Glyndebourne Festival Chorus, Pro Arte Orchestra feat. conductor: Sir Malcolm Sargent), The
Gondoliers / Trial by Jury (1927/28), The
Gondoliers: "From the sunny Spanish shore" (Act I), The
Gondoliers: "Then one of us will be a queen" (Act I), The
Gondoliers: "There was a time, a time for ever gone" (Act II), The
Gondoliers: "To help unhappy commoners" (Act II), The
Gondoliers: “In a contemplative fashion”, The
Gondoliers: “Once more gondolieri”, The
Gondoliers: A Regular, Royal Queen, The
Gondoliers: Act I: 1: List and Learn, The
Gondoliers: Act I: 10: Kind Sir, You Cannot Have the Heart, The
Gondoliers: Act I: 10a: Then One of Us, The
Gondoliers: Act I: 2: From the Sunny Spanish Shore, The
Gondoliers: Act I: 3: In Enterprise of Martial Kind, The
Gondoliers: Act I: 4: O Rapture, When Alone Together, The
Gondoliers: Act I: 5: There Was a Time, The
Gondoliers: Act I: 6: I Stole the Prince, The
Gondoliers: Act I: 7: But, Bless My Heart, The
Gondoliers: Act I: 8: Try We Life-Long, The
Gondoliers: Act I: 9: Bridegroom and Bride, The
Gondoliers: Act I: 9a: When a Merry Maiden Marries, The
Gondoliers: Act I: Overture, The
Gondoliers: Act I. “And now to choose our brides!”, The
Gondoliers: Act I. “And now to choose our brides” (Marco, Giuseppe, Fiametta, Vittoria, Gianetta, Tessa, Chorus), The
Gondoliers: Act I. “Are you peeping?”, The
Gondoliers: Act I. “Bride-groom and bride!”, The
Gondoliers: Act I. “Bridegroom and bride” (Chorus), The
Gondoliers: Act I. “Buon’ giorno, signorine!”, The
Gondoliers: Act I. “Buon’giorno, signorine” (Marco, Giuseppe, Chorus), The
Gondoliers: Act I. “But bless my heart” (Casilda, Don Alhambra), The
Gondoliers: Act I. “But, bless my heart, consider my position!”, The
Gondoliers: Act I. “Come let’s away – our island crown awaits me”, The
Gondoliers: Act I. “Come, let’s away” (Marco, Giuseppe, Gianetta, Tessa), The
Gondoliers: Act I. “Do not give way to this uncalled-for grief”, The
Gondoliers: Act I. “Do not give way” (Don Alhambra, Gianetta, Tessa, Marco, Giuseppe), The
Gondoliers: Act I. “For ev’ryone who feels inclined”, The
Gondoliers: Act I. “For everyone who feels inclined” (Marco, Giuseppe, Chorus), The
Gondoliers: Act I. “For the merriest fellows are we”, The
Gondoliers: Act I. “For the merriest fellows” (Antonio, Chorus, Fiametta), The
Gondoliers: Act I. “From the sunny Spanish shore” (Duke, Duchess, Casilda, Luiz), The
Gondoliers: Act I. “From the sunny Spanish shore”, The
Gondoliers: Act I. “Good morrow, pretty maids” (Francesco, Fiametta, Antonio, Giorgio, Vittoria, Giulia), The
Gondoliers: Act I. “Good morrow, pretty maids”, The
Gondoliers: Act I. “I stole the Prince” (Don Alhambra, Casilda, Luiz, Duke, Duchess), The
Gondoliers: Act I. “I stole the Prince”, The
Gondoliers: Act I. “In enterprise of martial kind” (Duke, Casilda, Duchess, Luiz), The
Gondoliers: Act I. “In enterprise of martial kind”, The
Gondoliers: Act I. “Kind sir, you cannot have the heart, our lives to part”, The
Gondoliers: Act I. “Kind sir, you cannot have the heart” (Gianetta), The
Gondoliers: Act I. “List and learn, ye dainty roses” (Chorus), The
Gondoliers: Act I. “List and learn”, The
Gondoliers: Act I. “Now pray, what is the cause of this remarkable hilarity”, The
Gondoliers: Act I. “Now, Marco dear, my wishes hear”, The
Gondoliers: Act I. “O rapture when alone” (Casilda, Luiz), The
Gondoliers: Act I. “O rapture, when alone together”, The
Gondoliers: Act I. “Replying we sing” (Marco, Giuseppe, Chorus), The
Gondoliers: Act I. “Replying, we sing as one individual”, The
Gondoliers: Act I. “See, see at last they come to make their choice”, The
Gondoliers: Act I. “Thank you gallant gondolieri”, The
Gondoliers: Act I. “Thank you, gallant gondolieri” (Gianetta, Tessa, Chorus), The
Gondoliers: Act I. “Then away they go to an island fair” (Chorus, Marco, Giuseppe, Gianetta, Tessa), The
Gondoliers: Act I. “Then away they go to an island fair”, The
Gondoliers: Act I. “Then one of us will be a queen” (Gianetta, Tessa, Marco, Giuseppe, Chorus), The
Gondoliers: Act I. “Then one of us will be a queen”, The
Gondoliers: Act I. “There was a time, a time for ever gone”, The
Gondoliers: Act I. “There was a time” (Luiz, Casilda), The
Gondoliers: Act I. “Try we life-long we can never”, The
Gondoliers: Act I. “Try we life-long” (Casilda, Duchess, Luiz, Duke, Don Alhambra), The
Gondoliers: Act I. “We’re called gondolieri, but that’s a vagary”, The
Gondoliers: Act I. “We’re called gondolieri” (Marco, Giuseppe), The
Gondoliers: Act I. “When a merry maiden marries” (Tessa, Chorus), The
Gondoliers: Act I. “When a merry maiden marries”, The
Gondoliers: Act II: 1: Of Happiness the Very Pith, The
Gondoliers: Act II: 10: To Help Unhappy Commoners... Small Titles and Orders, The
Gondoliers: Act II: 11: I Am a Courtier Grave and Serious, The
Gondoliers: Act II: 12: Here Is a Case Unprecedented, The
Gondoliers: Act II: 2: Rising Early in the Morning, The
Gondoliers: Act II: 3: Take a Pair of Sparkling Eyes, The
Gondoliers: Act II: 4: Here We Are at the Risk of Our Lives, The
Gondoliers: Act II: 5: Dance a Cachuca, The
Gondoliers: Act II: 6: There Lived a King, The
Gondoliers: Act II: 7: In a Contemplative Fashion, The
Gondoliers: Act II: 8: With Ducal Pomp, The
Gondoliers: Act II: 9: On the Day When I Was Wedded, The
Gondoliers: Act II. “After sailing to this land”, The
Gondoliers: Act II. “Dance a cachucha, fandango, bolero” (Chorus), The
Gondoliers: Act II. “Dance a cachucha, fandango, bolero”, The
Gondoliers: Act II. “Here is a case unprecedented!”, The
Gondoliers: Act II. “Here is a case unprecedented” (Casilda, Gianetta, Tessa, Marco, Giuseppe), The
Gondoliers: Act II. “Here we are, at the risk of our lives” (Chorus, Gianetta, Tessa, Marco, Giuseppe), The
Gondoliers: Act II. “Here we are, at the risk of our lives”, The
Gondoliers: Act II. “I am a courtier grave and serious” (Casilda, Duchess, Marco, Giuseppe, Duke), The
Gondoliers: Act II. “I am a courtier grave and serious”, The
Gondoliers: Act II. “In a contemplative fashion and a tranquil frame of mind”, The
Gondoliers: Act II. “In a contemplative fashion” (Gianetta, Tessa, Marco, Giuseppe), The
Gondoliers: Act II. “Luiz! Casilda!”, The
Gondoliers: Act II. “Now let the loyal lieges gather round” (Don Alhambra, All), The
Gondoliers: Act II. “Now let the loyal lieges gather round”, The
Gondoliers: Act II. “Of happiness the very pith” (Chorus, Marco, Giuseppe), The
Gondoliers: Act II. “Of happiness the very pith”, The
Gondoliers: Act II. “On the day when I was wedded” (Duchess), The
Gondoliers: Act II. “On the day when I was wedded”, The
Gondoliers: Act II. “One more, gondolieri”, The
Gondoliers: Act II. “Rising early in the morning” (Giuseppe, Chorus), The
Gondoliers: Act II. “Rising early in the morning”, The
Gondoliers: Act II. “Small titles and orders for mayors and recorders”, The
Gondoliers: Act II. “Small titles and orders” (Duke, Duchess), The
Gondoliers: Act II. “Speak woman speak, we’re all attention!”, The
Gondoliers: Act II. “Take a pair of sparkling eyes” (Marco), The
Gondoliers: Act II. “Take a pair of sparkling eyes”, The
Gondoliers: Act II. “The royal prince was by the king entrusted”, The
Gondoliers: Act II. “The Royal Prince” (Inez, All), The
Gondoliers: Act II. “There lived a king, as I’ve been told”, The
Gondoliers: Act II. “There lived a king” (Don Alhambra, Marco, Giuseppe), The
Gondoliers: Act II. “This polite attention”, The
Gondoliers: Act II. “To help unhappy commoners” (Duke), The
Gondoliers: Act II. “To help unhappy commonors”, The
Gondoliers: Act II. “With ducal pomp and ducal pride” (Chorus, Duke, Duchess), The
Gondoliers: Act II. “With ducal pomp and ducal pride”, The
Gondoliers: Dance a Cachucha, Fandango, Bolero, The
Gondoliers: Finale: Once More Gondolieri, The
Gondoliers: For the Merriest Fellows Are We, The
Gondoliers: From the Sunny Spanish Shore, The
Gondoliers: I Am a Courtier Grave and Serious, The
Gondoliers: I Stole the Prince, The
Gondoliers: In a Contemplative Fashion, The
Gondoliers: In Enterprise of a Martial Kind, The
Gondoliers: In Enterprise of Martial Kind, The
Gondoliers: Overture, The
Gondoliers: Small Titles and Orders, The
Gondoliers: Take a Pair of Sparkling Eyes (accompaniment version), The
Gondoliers: Take a Pair of Sparkling Eyes (vocal version), The
Gondoliers: Take a Pair of Sparkling Eyes, The
Gondoliers: The One of Us Will Be a Queen, The
Gondoliers: Then One of Us Will Be a Queen, The
Gondoliers: There Lived a King, The
Gondoliers: We're Called Gondolieri, The
Gondoliers: We're Called Gondoliers, The
Gondoliers: We’re Called Gondolieri, The
Gondoliers: When a Merry Maiden Marries, The
Good morrow, good lover
Good morrow, good mother
Grand Duke, The
Grand Duke: Act I. “A pattern to professors of monarchical autonomy” (Grand Duke), The
Grand Duke: Act I. “About a century since” (Dr. Tannhäuser, Julia, Lisa, Ernest, Ludwig), The
Grand Duke: Act I. “As o’er our penny roll we sing” (Baroness, Grand Duke), The
Grand Duke: Act I. “By the mystic regulation” (Ludwig, Chorus), The
Grand Duke: Act I. “How would I play this part” (Julia, Ernest), The
Grand Duke: Act I. “My goodness me! What shall I do?” (Chorus, Ludwig), The
Grand Duke: Act I. “Now take a card, and gaily sing” (Julia, Lisa, Ernest, Dr. Tannhäuser, Ludwig), The
Grand Duke: Act I. “Pretty Lisa, fair and tasty” (Lisa, Ludwig, Chorus), The
Grand Duke: Act I. “Strange the views some people hold” (Julia, Lisa, Ernest, Dr. Tannhäuser, Ludwig), The
Grand Duke: Act I. “Ten minutes since I met a chap” (Ludwig, Chorus), The
Grand Duke: Act I. “The good Grand Duke of Pfenning Halbpfenning” (Chorus), The
Grand Duke: Act I. “Were I a king in very truth” (Ernest, Chorus), The
Grand Duke: Act I. “When you find you’re a broken-down critter” (Grand Duke), The
Grand Duke: Act I. “Won’t it be a pretty wedding?” (Elsa, Bertha, Olga, Gretchen, Chorus), The
Grand Duke: Act I. Finale “Come hither, all you people”, The
Grand Duke: Act II. “As before you we defile” (Chorus), The
Grand Duke: Act II. “Come, bumpers — aye, ever so many” (Baroness, Chorus), The
Grand Duke: Act II. “His Highness we know not” (Ludwig), The
Grand Duke: Act II. “Hurrah! Now away to the wedding” (Ernest, Dr. Tannhäuser, Grand Duke, Chorus), The
Grand Duke: Act II. “In the light of love’s lingering ember” (Julia, Ernest, Chorus), The
Grand Duke: Act II. “Now away to the wedding we go” (Baroness, Chorus), The
Grand Duke: Act II. “Now Julia, come, consider it” (Julia, Ludwig), The
Grand Duke: Act II. “So ends my dream… Broken ev’ry promise plighted” (Julia), The
Grand Duke: Act II. “Take care of him — he’s much too good to live!” (Lisa, Ludwig), The
Grand Duke: Act II. “Take my advice — when deep in debt” (Prince of Monte Carlo, Chorus), The
Grand Duke: Act II. “The Prince of Monte Carlo” (Herald, Chorus), The
Grand Duke: Act II. “We’re rigged out in magnificent array” (Prince of Monte Carlo, Princess of Monte Carlo, Herald, Chorus), The
Grand Duke: Act II. “Well, you’re a pretty kind of fellow” (Grand Duke, Chorus), The
Grand Duke: Act II. “Why, who is this approaching?” (Ludwig, Chorus), The
Grand Duke: Act II. “Yes, Ludwig and his Julia are mated!” (Ludwig), The
Grand Duke: Act II. “Your Highness, there’s a party at the door” (Chorus, Baroness, Ludwig), The
Grand Duke: Act II. “Your loyalty our ducal heart-strings touches… At the outset I may mention” (Ludwig, Chorus), The
Grand Duke: Act II. Dance, The
Grand Duke: Act II. Finale “Happy couples, lightly treading”, The
Grand Duke: Overture, The
H. M. S. Pinafore
H.M.S, Pinafore Part I
H.M.S. Pinafore
H.M.S. Pinafore - I'm called little Buttercup
H.M.S. Pinafore - My gallant crew, good morning
H.M.S. Pinafore - Never mind the why and wherefore
H.M.S. Pinafore - We sail the ocean blue
H.M.S. Pinafore (1930 D'Oyly Carte) (disc 2)
H.M.S. Pinafore (disc 2)
H.M.S. Pinafore (I'm Called Little Buttercup)
H.M.S. Pinafore (The D'Oyly Carte Opera Company With the New Promenade Orchestra feat. conductor: Isidore Godfrey)
H.M.S. Pinafore (When I Was a Lad I Served a Term)
H.M.S. Pinafore / Trial by Jury
H.M.S. Pinafore: "I'm called Little Buttercup"
H.M.S. Pinafore: "Never mind the why and wherefore"
H.M.S. Pinafore: "We sail the ocean blue"
H.M.S. Pinafore: "When I was a lad"
H.M.S. Pinafore: “I am the very model of a modern Major-General”
H.M.S. Pinafore: “Never mind the why and wherefore”
H.M.S. Pinafore: “The hours creep on apace”
H.M.S. Pinafore: A British Tar Is a Soaring Soul
H.M.S. Pinafore: A Maiden Fair to See
H.M.S. Pinafore: A Many Years Ago
H.M.S. Pinafore: Act 1: Hail! Men O'War's Men...
H.M.S. Pinafore: Act I. “A British tar is a soaring soul” (Ralph, Boatswain, Boatswain’s Mate, Sailors)
H.M.S. Pinafore: Act I. “A maiden fair to see” (Ralph, Sailors)
H.M.S. Pinafore: Act I. “But tell me, who’s the youth” (Buttercup, Boatswain)
H.M.S. Pinafore: Act I. “Can I survive this overbearing” (Ralph, Sailors, Hebe, Relatives, Dick, Josephine)
H.M.S. Pinafore: Act I. “Hail, men-o’-war’s men” (Buttercup)
H.M.S. Pinafore: Act I. “I am the captain of the Pinafore” (Captain Corcoran, Sailors)
H.M.S. Pinafore: Act I. “I am the monarch of the sea” (Sir Joseph, Hebe, Relatives, Sailors)
H.M.S. Pinafore: Act I. “I’m called Little Buttercup” (Buttercup)
H.M.S. Pinafore: Act I. “Let’s give three cheers” (Josephine, Hebe, Ralph, Boatswain, Relatives, Sailors)
H.M.S. Pinafore: Act I. “My gallant crew, good morning” (Captain Corcoran, Sailors)
H.M.S. Pinafore: Act I. “Oh joy, oh rapture unforeseen” (Ralph, Josephine, Sailors, Relatives, Dick)
H.M.S. Pinafore: Act I. “Over the bright blue sea” (Female Relatives of Sir Joseph Porter, Sailors, Captain Corcoran)
H.M.S. Pinafore: Act I. “Refrain, audacious tar” (Josephine, Ralph)
H.M.S. Pinafore: Act I. “Sir, you are sad” (Buttercup, Captain Corcoran)
H.M.S. Pinafore: Act I. “Sorry her lot who loves too well” (Josephine)
H.M.S. Pinafore: Act I. “The nightingale sighed for the moon’s bright ray” (Ralph, Sailors, Buttercup)
H.M.S. Pinafore: Act I. “This very night” (Josephine, Hebe, Ralph, Boatswain, Relatives, Sailors, Dick)
H.M.S. Pinafore: Act I. “We sail the ocean blue” (Sailors)
H.M.S. Pinafore: Act I. “When I was a lad I served a term” (Sir Joseph, Relatives, Sailors)
H.M.S. Pinafore: Act II. “A many years ago” (Buttercup, Relatives, Sailors)
H.M.S. Pinafore: Act II. “Carefully on tiptoe stealing” (Ralph, Josephine, Sailors, Captain Corcoran, Dick)
H.M.S. Pinafore: Act II. “Fair moon to thee I sing” (Captain Corcoran)
H.M.S. Pinafore: Act II. “Farewell my own” (Ralph, Josephine, Sir Joseph, Boatswain, Dick, Hebe, Buttercup, Relatives, Sailors)
H.M.S. Pinafore: Act II. “Kind Captain, I’ve important information” (Dick, Captain Corcoran)
H.M.S. Pinafore: Act II. “Never mind the why and wherefore” (Captain Corcoran, Sir Joseph, Josephine)
H.M.S. Pinafore: Act II. “Oh joy, Oh rapture unforeseen” (Ralph, Josephine, Captain Corcoran, Buttercup, Sir Joseph, Hebe, Relatives, Sailors)
H.M.S. Pinafore: Act II. “Pretty daughter of mine” (Captain Corcoran, Sailors, Ralph, Josephine, Boatswain, Hebe, Relatives, Sir Joseph)
H.M.S. Pinafore: Act II. “The hours creep on apace” (Josephine)
H.M.S. Pinafore: Act II. “Things are seldom what they seem” (Buttercup, Captain, Corcoran)
H.M.S. Pinafore: But Tell Me Who's the Youth?
H.M.S. Pinafore: Can I Survive This Overbearing?
H.M.S. Pinafore: Carefully on Tip-Toe Stealing
H.M.S. Pinafore: Entr'Acte
H.M.S. Pinafore: Entr’acte
H.M.S. Pinafore: Fair Main, to Thee I Sing!
H.M.S. Pinafore: Farewell, My Own
H.M.S. Pinafore: For I Hold That on the Seas
H.M.S. Pinafore: Hail! Men-O'-Wars Men
H.M.S. Pinafore: I Am the Captain of the Pinafore
H.M.S. Pinafore: I am the Captain of the Pinafore (accompaniment version)
H.M.S. Pinafore: I am the Captain of the Pinafore (vocal version)
H.M.S. Pinafore: I'm Called Little Buttercup
H.M.S. Pinafore: I'm Called Little Buttercup (accompaniment version)
H.M.S. Pinafore: I'm Called Little Buttercup (vocal version)
H.M.S. Pinafore: I'm Called the Captain of Pinafore
H.M.S. Pinafore: Kind Captain, I've Important Information
H.M.S. Pinafore: My Gallant Crew, Good Morning!
H.M.S. Pinafore: Never Mind the Why and Wherefore
H.M.S. Pinafore: Nevermind the Way and Wherefore
H.M.S. Pinafore: Now Give Three Cheers
H.M.S. Pinafore: Oh Joy, Oh Rapture Unforeseen
H.M.S. Pinafore: Oh Joy! Oh Rapture Unforeseen
H.M.S. Pinafore: Over the Bright Blue Sea
H.M.S. Pinafore: Overture
H.M.S. Pinafore: Refrain, Audacious Tar
H.M.S. Pinafore: Sir Joseph's Barge Is Green
H.M.S. Pinafore: Sir, You Are Sad
H.M.S. Pinafore: Sorry Her Lot Who Loves Too Well
H.M.S. Pinafore: The Hours Creep on Apace
H.M.S. Pinafore: The Nightingale Sighed
H.M.S. Pinafore: Things Are Seldom What They Seem
H.M.S. Pinafore: We Sail the Ocean Blue
H.M.S. Pinafore: When I Was a Lad
H.M.S. Pinafore: When I Was a Lad I Served a Term (accompaniment version)
H.M.S. Pinafore: When I Was a Lad I Served a Term (vocal version)
Hail Poetry
Hail, Men-O'-Wars Men / I'm Called Little Buttercup
Hail, Men-O'-Wars'-Men
Hail! Men-O'-Wars'-Men
Have a Song to Sing, O!, I
He Is an Englishman (H.M.S. Pinafore)
He Is an Englishman!
He Loves
He's Gone and Married Yum-Yum From 'Mikado'
Henceforth, Strephon, cast away
Here We Are at the Risk of Our Lives / Rising Early in the Morning
Here's a How-De-Do
Here's a How-De-Do (The Mikado)
Here's a How-De-Do!
Here's a how-de-do! (The Mikado)
Here's A How-De-Do! If I Marry You
Hereupon we're both agreed (The Yeoman of the Guard)
Highlights from "The Mikado" (English National Opera Orchestra and Chorus)
Highlights from: The Mikado / Iolanthe / The Pirates of Penzance / The Yeomen of the Guard / HMS Pinafore / The Gondoliers
HMS Pinafore
HMS Pinafore: Act I. Chorus of Sailors & Relatives: We sail the ocean blue
HMS Pinafore: Act I. Chorus of Women: Over the bright blue sea
HMS Pinafore: Act I. Chorus: We sail the ocean blue
HMS Pinafore: Act I. Duet: Refrain, audacious tar
HMS Pinafore: Act I. Exit for Ladies: For I hold that on the seas
HMS Pinafore: Act I. Finale: Can I survive this overbearing
HMS Pinafore: Act I. Overture
HMS Pinafore: Act I. Recitative & Song: Hail, men-o'-war's men
HMS Pinafore: Act I. Recitative & Song: My gallant crew, good morning
HMS Pinafore: Act I. Recitative, Song & Chorus: I am the monarch of the sea
HMS Pinafore: Act I. Recitative: But, tell me
HMS Pinafore: Act I. Recitative: Sir, you are sad!
HMS Pinafore: Act I. Scena: The Nightingale sighed
HMS Pinafore: Act I. Song: Sorry her lot
HMS Pinafore: Act I. Song: When I was a lad
HMS Pinafore: Act I. Trio: A British tar
HMS Pinafore: Act II. Duet: Kind Captain
HMS Pinafore: Act II. Duet: Things are seldom what they seem
HMS Pinafore: Act II. Entr'acte
HMS Pinafore: Act II. Finale: Oh joy, oh rapture unforeseen
HMS Pinafore: Act II. Legend: A many years ago
HMS Pinafore: Act II. Octet: Farewell, my own
HMS Pinafore: Act II. Scena: Pretty daughter of mine
HMS Pinafore: Act II. Scena: The hours creep on apace
HMS Pinafore: Act II. Soli: Carefully on tiptoe stealing
HMS Pinafore: Act II. Song: Fair moon, to thee I sing
HMS Pinafore: Act II. Trio: Never mind the why and wherefore
HMS Pinafore: I'm Called Little Buttercup
HMS Pinafore: I'm Called the Captain of the Pinafore
HMS Pinafore: I’m Called Little Buttercup
HMS Pinafore: Never Mind the Why and Wherefore
HMS Pinafore: Now Give Three Cheers... I Am the Monarch of the Sea... When I Was a Lad
HMS Pinafore: Oh Joy! Oh Rapture Unforeseen
HMS Pinafore: We Sail the Ocean Blue
HMS Pinafore: When I Was a Lad
HMV Classics Collection: Spring Summer Autumn Winter, The
Hold Monsters
Hold, Monsters!
Hold, Monsters! / Modern Major General
Hours Creep on Apace, The
How Beautifully Blue The Sky
Hush, Hush, Not a Word
Hush, Hush! Not a Word
Hush, Hush! Not A Word / Sighing Softly To The River
Hush! Hush! / Singing Softly to the River
I'm Called Little Buttercup
I'm Called Little Buttercup - HMS Pinafore
I'm Called Little Buttercup from 'H.M.F. Pinafore'
I'm Telling a Terrible Story
I'm the Monarch of the Sea
I've Got a Little List
I've heard it said (Haddon Hall)
If Somebody There Chanced to Be - Ruddigore
If somebody there chanced to be (Ruddigore)
If We're Weak Enough to Tarry
If We're Weak Enough to Tarry - Iolanthe
If we're weak enough to tarry (Iolanthe)
If You Go In
If You Go In (Iolanthe)
If You Go in You're Sure to Win
If You Go In, You're Sure To Win from 'Iolanthe'
If You Want to Know Who We Are
If You Want to Know Who We Are / A Wandering Minstrel I (The Mikado)
If You're Anxious to Shine
In a Contemplative Fashion
In a Contemporary Fashion (The Gondoliers)
In Enterprise of Martial Kind
In sailing o'er life's ocean wide (Ruddigore)
In Uttering a Reprobation
In Vain to Us You Plead
Interlude
Introduction / Oh! Dry the Glist'ning Tear
Iolanthe
Iolanthe - Loudly let the trumpet bray
Iolanthe - Love unrequited
Iolanthe - Soon as we may, off and away!
Iolanthe - When you're lying awake
Iolanthe (1951 D’Oyly Carte cast)
Iolanthe (1991 D’Oyly Carte cast)
Iolanthe: "If you go in you're sure to win" (Act II)
Iolanthe: "Love unrequited" (Nightmare Song, Act II)
Iolanthe: "None shall part us from each other" (Act I)
Iolanthe: "Though p'r'aps I may incur your blame" (Act II)
Iolanthe: "When I went to the bar" (Said I to myself, said I, Act I)
Iolanthe: “Love, unrequited, robs me of my rest”
Iolanthe: “O foolish fay”
Iolanthe: Act I. "Entrance of the Lord Chancellor"
Iolanthe: Act I. "Fare thee well, attractive stranger"
Iolanthe: Act I. "Good morrow, good lover"
Iolanthe: Act I. "Good morrow, good mother"
Iolanthe: Act I. "Iolanthe"
Iolanthe: Act I. "Lords, it may not be"
Iolanthe: Act I. "Loudly let the trumpet bray"
Iolanthe: Act I. "My well-beloved Lord"
Iolanthe: Act I. "Nay, tempt me not"
Iolanthe: Act I. "None shall part us"
Iolanthe: Act I. "Said I to myself, said I"
Iolanthe: Act I. "Spurn not the nobly born"
Iolanthe: Act I. "The law is the embodiment"
Iolanthe: Act I. "Tripping hither, tripping thither"
Iolanthe: Act I. "When darkly looms the day"
Iolanthe: Act I. “A shepherd I” (Strephon, Tolloller, Mountararat, Lord Chancellor, Peers)
Iolanthe: Act I. “Fare thee well, attractive stranger” (Queen, Fairies)
Iolanthe: Act I. “For riches and rank I do not long” (Phyllis)
Iolanthe: Act I. “Go away, madam” (Lord Chancellor, Queen, Phyllis, Fairies, Peers)
Iolanthe: Act I. “Good morrow, good lover” (Phyllis, Strephon)
Iolanthe: Act I. “Good morrow, good mother” (Stephon, Fairies)
Iolanthe: Act I. “In babyhood upon her lap I lay” (Strephon, Lord Chancellor, Mountararat, Phyllis, Peers)
Iolanthe: Act I. “Iolanthe!” (Queen of the Fairies, Iolanthe, Celia, Leila, Fairies)
Iolanthe: Act I. “Loudly let the trumpet bray!” (March of the Peers) (Peers)
Iolanthe: Act I. “My Lords, it may not be” (Phyllis, Lord Chancellor, Strephon, Peers)
Iolanthe: Act I. “My well-loved lord and guardian dear” (Phyllis, Peers)
Iolanthe: Act I. “Nay, tempt me not” (Phyllis)
Iolanthe: Act I. “None shall part us from each other” (Phyllis, Strephon)
Iolanthe: Act I. “Of all of the young ladies I know” (Tolloller, Mountararat, Phyllis, Peers)
Iolanthe: Act I. “Oh, Chancellor unwary” (Queen, Lord Chancellor, Celia, Leila, Fairies, Peers)
Iolanthe: Act I. “Oh, shameless one, tremble!” (Phyllis, Strephon, Tolloller, Lord Chancellor, Peers)
Iolanthe: Act I. “Spurn not the nobly born” (Tolloller, Peers)
Iolanthe: Act I. “The lady of my love” (Strephon, Queen, Lord Chancellor, Tolloller, Mountararat, Fairies, Peers)
Iolanthe: Act I. “The Law is the true embodiment” (Lord Chancellor, Peers)
Iolanthe: Act I. “To you I give my heart” (Phyllis, Tolloller, Mountararat, Peers, Strephon)
Iolanthe: Act I. “Tripping hither, tripping thither” (Celia, Leila, Fairies)
Iolanthe: Act I. “Tripping hither, tripping thither” (Fairies)
Iolanthe: Act I. “When darkly looms the day” (Strephon, Mountararat, Iolanthe, Tolloller, Phyllis, Peers)
Iolanthe: Act I. “When I went to the Bar as a very young man” (Lord Chancellor)
Iolanthe: Act I. “With Strephon for your foe” (All)
Iolanthe: Act I. No. 10 "Spurn not the nobly born"
Iolanthe: Act I. No. 12 "When I went to the bar"
Iolanthe: Act I. No. 13 "When next your houses do assemble"
Iolanthe: Act I. No. 5 "None shall part us"
Iolanthe: Act I. No. 6a Entrance and March of the Peers "Loudly let the trumpet bray"
Iolanthe: Act I. No. 9 "Nay tempt me not"
Iolanthe: Act I. Overture
Iolanthe: Act II. "If we’re weak enough to tarry"
Iolanthe: Act II. "If you go in you're sure to win"
Iolanthe: Act II. "In vain to us you plead"
Iolanthe: Act II. "It may not be"
Iolanthe: Act II. "Love unrequited"
Iolanthe: Act II. "My Lord, a suppliant at your feet"
Iolanthe: Act II. "Oh, foolish fay"
Iolanthe: Act II. "Soon as we may, off and away"
Iolanthe: Act II. "Strephon’s a member of Parliament"
Iolanthe: Act II. "Though p'r'aps I may incur your blame"
Iolanthe: Act II. "When all night long a chap remains"
Iolanthe: Act II. "When Britain really ruled the waves"
Iolanthe: Act II. “He loves! If in the bygone years” (Iolanthe)
Iolanthe: Act II. “If we’re weak enough to tarry” (Strephon, Phyllis)
Iolanthe: Act II. “If you go in, you’re sure to win” (Tolloller, Mountararat, Lord Chancellor)
Iolanthe: Act II. “In vain to us you plead” (Leila, Celia, Fairies, Tolloller, Mountararat, Peers)
Iolanthe: Act II. “It may not be” (Lord Chancellor, Iolanthe, Queen, Fairies)
Iolanthe: Act II. “Love, unrequited, robs me of my rest” (Lord Chancellor)
Iolanthe: Act II. “My Lord, a suppliant at your feet I kneel” (Iolanthe)
Iolanthe: Act II. “Oh, foolish fay” (Queen, Fairies)
Iolanthe: Act II. “Soon as we may” (All)
Iolanthe: Act II. “Strephon’s a member of Parliament” (Fairies, Peers)
Iolanthe: Act II. “Though p’r’aps I may incur your blame” (Phyllis, Tolloller, Mountararat, Willis)
Iolanthe: Act II. “When all night long a chap remains” (Sentry Song) (Private Willis)
Iolanthe: Act II. “When Britain really ruled the waves” (Mountararat, Fairies, Peers)
Iolanthe: Act II. “When you’re lying awake with a dismal headache” (Nightmare Song) (Lord Chancellor)
Iolanthe: Act II. No. 1 "When all night long a chap remains"
Iolanthe: Act II. No. 10 "My Lord - a suppliant at your feet"
Iolanthe: Act II. No. 10a "He loves if in the bygone years"
Iolanthe: Act II. No. 11 "It may not be - for so the Fates decide"
Iolanthe: Act II. No. 12 "Soon as we may"
Iolanthe: Act II. No. 2 "Strephon's a member of Parliament"
Iolanthe: Act II. No. 3 "When Britain really ruled the waves"
Iolanthe: Act II. No. 5 "O foolish fay"
Iolanthe: Act II. No. 7 "Love, unrequited robs me of my rest"
Iolanthe: Act II. No. 7a "When you're lying awake with a dismal headache"
Iolanthe: Act II. No. 8 "He who shies at such a prize"
Iolanthe: Act II. No. 9 "If we're weak enough to tarry"
Iolanthe: If You Go in You’re Sure to Win
Iolanthe: If You're in You're Sure to Win
Iolanthe: Loudly Let the Trumpet Bay
Iolanthe: Loudly Let the Trumpet Bray
Iolanthe: Love Unrequited
Iolanthe: Overture
Iolanthe: Said I to Myself, Said I
Iolanthe: When All Night Long a Chap Remains
Iolanthe: When All Night Long, a Chap Remains
Iolanthe: When Britain Really Ruled the Waves
Iolanthe! From thy dark exile
Is Life a Boon? (The Yeoman of the Guard)
It Came Upon the Midnight Clear
It May Not Be for So the Fates Decide!
Judge's Song (Trial by Jury), The
Kind Captain
Kind Captain, I've Important Information
Lady of My Love Has Caught Me, The
Law Is The True Embodiment, The
Light Classics for Listening & Relaxation
Loudly Let the Trumpet Bray
Love, Unrequited, Robs Me of My Rest
magnet hung in a hardware shop (Patience), A
Magnet Hung in a Hardware Shop, A
Magnificent Marches
Maiden Fair To See, A
Major-General Scene
Many Years Ago, A
March and Graceful Dance from Henry VIII: I. Allegro moderato alla marcia
March and Graceful Dance from Henry VIII: II. Allegretto grazioso
Mechanical Opera: Opera Favorites on Music Boxes (Music boxes from the collections of Roy Mickleburgh and Tony Sherriff)
Mechanical Opera: Opera Favourites on Musical Boxes
Melodrama: 'Master the deed is done'
Mi-Ya-Sa-Ma, Mi-Ya-Sa-Ma
Mikado - A wand'ring minstrel I, The
Mikado - For he's gone and married Yum-Yum, The
Mikado - Gentlemen, I pray you tell me, The
Mikado - Here's a how-de-do, The
Mikado - If you want to know who we are, The
Mikado - On a tree by a river a little tom-tit, The
Mikado - The flowers that bloom in the spring, The
Mikado - The sun whose rays, The
Mikado - There is a beauty in the bellow of the blast, The
Mikado (1917 HMV cast), The
Mikado (1926 D’Oyly Carte cast) / The Sorcerer (1933 D’Oyly Carte cast), The
Mikado (1950 D’Oyly Carte cast), The
Mikado (1957 D’Oyly Carte cast), The
Mikado (1973 D’Oyly Carte cast), The
Mikado (Complete) / Iolanthe (Highlights), The
Mikado (Glyndebourne Festival Chorus, Pro Arte Orchestra feat. conductor: Sir Malcolm Sargent), The
Mikado (The D'Oyly Carte Opera Company), The
Mikado (The English National Opera), The
Mikado (The Flowers That Bloom in the Spring), The
Mikado (Tit Willow), The
Mikado, The
Mikado: "A wand'ring minstrel", The
Mikado: "Beauty in the bellow", The
Mikado: "He's gone and married Yum-Yum", The
Mikado: "Here's a how-de-do", The
Mikado: "Three little maids", The
Mikado: “Alone and yet alive!”, The
Mikado: “As some day it may happen”, The
Mikado: “For he’s gone and married Yum-Yum”, The
Mikado: “On a tree by a river a little tom-tit”, The
Mikado: “The flowers that bloom in the spring”, The
Mikado: “There is beauty in the bellow of the blast”, The
Mikado: “Three little maids”, The
Mikado: [unknown fragment], The
Mikado: A More Humane Mikado, The
Mikado: A Wand'Ring Minstrel I, The
Mikado: A Wand'ring Minstrel, The
Mikado: A Wand’ring Minstrel I, The
Mikado: A Wandering Minstrel I, The
Mikado: Act I. "A wand'ring minstrel, I" (Nanki-Poo, Nobles), The
Mikado: Act I. "And have I journey'd for a month" (Nanki-Poo, Poo-Bah), The
Mikado: Act I. "As some day it may happen" (Ko-Ko, Nobles), The
Mikado: Act I. "Behold the Lord High Executioner!" (Nobles, Ko-Ko), The
Mikado: Act I. "Comes a train of little ladies" (Girls), The
Mikado: Act I. "Gentlemen, I pray you tell me" (Nanki-Poo, A Noble), The
Mikado: Act I. "I am so proud" (Poo-Bah, Ko-Ko, Pish-Tush), The
Mikado: Act I. "If you want to know who we are" (Nobles), The
Mikado: Act I. "Our great Mikado, virtous man" (Pish-Tush, Nobles), The
Mikado: Act I. "So please you, sir, we much regret" (Yum-Yum, Peep-Bo, Pitti-Sing, Poo-Bah, Girls), The
Mikado: Act I. "Three little maids from school" (Yum-Yum, Peep-Bo, Pitti-Sing, Girls), The
Mikado: Act I. "Were you not to Ko-Ko plighted" (Nanki-Poo, Yum-Yum), The
Mikado: Act I. "With aspect stern" (Nobles, Girls, Poo-Bah, Ko-Ko, Nanki-Poo, Yum-Yum, Others), The
Mikado: Act I. "Young man, despair" (Poo-Bah, Nanki-Poo, Pish-Tush), The
Mikado: Act I. "Your revels cease" (Katisha, Nanki-Poo, Pitti-Sing, Yum-Yum, Others), The
Mikado: Act I. “A wand’ring minstrel I” (Nanki-Poo, Chorus), The
Mikado: Act I. “A wand’ring minstrel I”, The
Mikado: Act I. “A wandering minstrel I”, The
Mikado: Act I. “And have I journey’d for a month”, The
Mikado: Act I. “And have I journeyed for a month”, The
Mikado: Act I. “And have I journeyed”, The
Mikado: Act I. “As in a month you’ve got to die”, The
Mikado: Act I. “As some day it may happen” (Ko-Ko, Chorus of Men), The
Mikado: Act I. “As some day it may happen”, The
Mikado: Act I. “As someday it may happen that a victim must be found”, The
Mikado: Act I. “Away, nor prosecute your quest”, The
Mikado: Act I. “Behold the Lord High Executioner!”, The
Mikado: Act I. “Behold the Lord High Executioner… Taken from the county jail” (Chorus of Nobles, Ko-Ko), The
Mikado: Act I. “Behold the Lord High Executioner… Taken from the county jail”, The
Mikado: Act I. “Comes a train of little ladies” (Chorus of Girls), The
Mikado: Act I. “Comes a train of little ladies”, The
Mikado: Act I. “Comes a train… Three little maids”, The
Mikado: Act I. “For he’s going to marry Yum-Yum”, The
Mikado: Act I. “Gentlemen, I pray you tell me”, The
Mikado: Act I. “Gentlemen… A wand’ring minstrel I”, The
Mikado: Act I. “I am so proud, If I allowed”, The
Mikado: Act I. “I am so proud” (Pooh-Bah, Ko-Ko, Pish-Tush), The
Mikado: Act I. “I am so proud”, The
Mikado: Act I. “If you want to know who we are” (Chorus of Nobles), The
Mikado: Act I. “If you want to know who we are”, The
Mikado: Act I. “Oh fool, that flee-est My hallow’d joys!”, The
Mikado: Act I. “Oh fool, that fleest”, The
Mikado: Act I. “Oh, faithless one”, The
Mikado: Act I. “Our great Mikado, virtuous man” (Pish-Tush, Chorus), The
Mikado: Act I. “Our great Mikado, virtuous man”, The
Mikado: Act I. “Our great Mikado”, The
Mikado: Act I. “So please sir, we much regret” (Yum-Yum, Peep-Bo, Pitti-Sing, Pooh-Bah), The
Mikado: Act I. “So please you, Sir, we much regret”, The
Mikado: Act I. “So please you, Sir”, The
Mikado: Act I. “Taken from a county jail”, The
Mikado: Act I. “The hour of gladness is dead and gone”, The
Mikado: Act I. “The hour of gladness”, The
Mikado: Act I. “The threatened cloud has passed away”, The
Mikado: Act I. “The threatened cloud”, The
Mikado: Act I. “The threatn’d cloud has pass’d away”, The
Mikado: Act I. “Three little maids from school are we”, The
Mikado: Act I. “Three little maids from school” (Yum-Yum, Peep-Bo, Pitti-Sing, Chorus of Girls), The
Mikado: Act I. “To ask you what you mean to do”, The
Mikado: Act I. “Were you not to Ko-Ko plighted” (Yum-Yum, Nanki-Poo), The
Mikado: Act I. “Were you not to Ko-Ko plighted”, The
Mikado: Act I. “With aspect stern and gloomy stride”, The
Mikado: Act I. “With aspect stern”, The
Mikado: Act I. “Ye torrents roar! Ye tempests howl!”, The
Mikado: Act I. “Young man despair”, The
Mikado: Act I. “Young man, despair, likewise go to”, The
Mikado: Act I. “Young man, despair” (Pooh-Bah, Nanki-Poo, Pish Tush), The
Mikado: Act I. “Young man, despair”, The
Mikado: Act I. “Your revels cease! Assist me, all of you!”, The
Mikado: Act I. “Your revels cease!”, The
Mikado: Act I. “Your revels cease… Oh fool that fleeth”, The
Mikado: Act I. Finale Act I (Chorus, Pooh-Bah, Pish-Tush, Yum-Yum, Peep-Bo, Pitti-Sing, Ko-Ko, Katisha, Ensemble), The
Mikado: Act I. No. 1 "If you want to know who we are", The
Mikado: Act I. No. 10 "I am so proud", The
Mikado: Act I. No. 11 "With aspect stern, and gloomy stride", The
Mikado: Act I. No. 11a "Your revels cease!", The
Mikado: Act I. No. 1a "Gentleman - I pray you tell me", The
Mikado: Act I. No. 2 "A wand'ring minstrel I", The
Mikado: Act I. No. 3 "Our great Mikado, virtuous man", The
Mikado: Act I. No. 4 "Young man, despair, likewise go to", The
Mikado: Act I. No. 4a "And I have journey'd for a month", The
Mikado: Act I. No. 5 "Behold the Lord High Executioner!", The
Mikado: Act I. No. 5a "As some day it may happen", The
Mikado: Act I. No. 6 "Comes a train of little ladies", The
Mikado: Act I. No. 7 "Three little maids from school", The
Mikado: Act I. No. 8 "So please you, Sir, we much regret", The
Mikado: Act I. No. 9 "Were you not to Ko-Ko plighted", The
Mikado: Act I. Overture, The
Mikado: Act I. Recitative “And I have journeyed for a month” (Nanki-Poo, Pooh-Bah), The
Mikado: Act I. Recitative “Gentlemen, I pray you” (Nanki-Poo), The
Mikado: Act II. "A more humane Mikado" (Mikado, Nobles), The
Mikado: Act II. "Alone, and yet alive" (Katisha), The
Mikado: Act II. "Braid the raven hair" (Girls, Pitti-Sing), The
Mikado: Act II. "Brightly dawns our wedding day" (Yum-Yum, Pitti-Sing, Nanki-Poo, Pish-Tush), The
Mikado: Act II. "For he's gone and married Yum-Yum" (Pitti-Sing, Ko-Ko, Nanki-Poo, Yum-Yum, Others), The
Mikado: Act II. "Hearts do not break" (Katisha), The
Mikado: Act II. "Here's a how-de-do!" (Yum-Yum, Nanki-Poo, Ko-Ko), The
Mikado: Act II. "Miya sama, miya sama" (Girls, Nobles, Mikado, Katisha), The
Mikado: Act II. "On a tree by a river a little tom-tit" (Ko-Ko), The
Mikado: Act II. "See how the Fates their gifts allot" (Mikado, Pitti-Sing, Poo-Bah, Ko-Ko, Katisha), The
Mikado: Act II. "The criminal cried" (Ko-Ko, Nobles, Pitti-Sing, Poo-Bah), The
Mikado: Act II. "The flowers that bloom in the spring" (Nanki-Poo, Yum-Yum, Pitti-Sing, Poo-Bah, Ko-Ko), The
Mikado: Act II. "The sun, whose rays are all ablaze" (Yum-Yum), The
Mikado: Act II. "There is a beauty in the bellow of the blast" (Katisha, Ko-Ko), The
Mikado: Act II. “A more humane Mikado never did in Japan exist”, The
Mikado: Act II. “A more humane Mikado… My object all sublime” (Mikado, Chorus), The
Mikado: Act II. “A more humane Mikado”, The
Mikado: Act II. “Alone and yet alive… Hearts do not break” (Katisha), The
Mikado: Act II. “Alone and yet alive”, The
Mikado: Act II. “Alone, and yet alive… Hearts do not break”, The
Mikado: Act II. “Alone, and yet alive”, The
Mikado: Act II. “Braid the raven hair, Weave the supple tresses”, The
Mikado: Act II. “Braid the raven hair” (Pitti-Sing, Chorus of Girls), The
Mikado: Act II. “Braid the raven hair”, The
Mikado: Act II. “Brightly dawns our wedding day” (Yum-Yum, Pitti-Sing, Nanki-Poo, Pish-Tush), The
Mikado: Act II. “Brightly dawns our wedding day”, The
Mikado: Act II. “For he's gone and married”, The
Mikado: Act II. “For he’s gone and married Yum-Yum”, The
Mikado: Act II. “From ev’ry kind of man Obedience I expect”, The
Mikado: Act II. “From every kind of man” (Mikado, Katisha), The
Mikado: Act II. “From every kind of man”, The
Mikado: Act II. “Hearts do not break! They sting and ache”, The
Mikado: Act II. “Hearts do not break!”, The
Mikado: Act II. “Here’s a how-de-do! If I marry you”, The
Mikado: Act II. “Here’s a how-de-do!” (Yum-Yum, Nanki-Poo, Ko-Ko), The
Mikado: Act II. “Here’s a how-de-do”, The
Mikado: Act II. “Mi-ya Sa-ma… From every kind of man”, The
Mikado: Act II. “Mi-ya-sa-ma, mi-ya-sa-ma”, The
Mikado: Act II. “Miya sama, miya sama, o n'mma no maye ni”, The
Mikado: Act II. “Miya sama, miya sama”, The
Mikado: Act II. “Miya Sama” (Chorus), The
Mikado: Act II. “On a tree by a river a little tom tit”, The
Mikado: Act II. “On a tree by a river a little tom-tit”, The
Mikado: Act II. “On a tree by a river, a little tom-tit sang, ‘Willow, tit-willow’”, The
Mikado: Act II. “On a tree by a river” (Ko-Ko), The
Mikado: Act II. “On a tree by a river”, The
Mikado: Act II. “See how the fates their gifts allot” (Mikado, Pitti-Sing, Katisha, Ko-Ko, Poo-Bah), The
Mikado: Act II. “See how the Fates their gifts allot”, The
Mikado: Act II. “See how the fates”, The
Mikado: Act II. “The criminal cried as he dropped him down”, The
Mikado: Act II. “The criminal cried, as he dropped him down” (Ko-Ko, Pitti-Sing, Pooh-Bah, Chorus), The
Mikado: Act II. “The criminal cried”, The
Mikado: Act II. “The flowers that bloom in the spring, tra la”, The
Mikado: Act II. “The flowers that bloom in the spring” (Nanki-Poo, Ko-Ko, Yum-Yum, Pitti-Sing, Pooh-Bah), The
Mikado: Act II. “The flowers that bloom in the spring”, The
Mikado: Act II. “The sun whose rays are all ablaze” (Yum-Yum), The
Mikado: Act II. “The sun whose rays are all ablaze”, The
Mikado: Act II. “The sun whose rays”, The
Mikado: Act II. “The sun, whose rays are all ablaze”, The
Mikado: Act II. “There is beauty in the bellow of the blast” (Katisha, Ko-Ko), The
Mikado: Act II. “There is beauty in the bellow of the blast”, The
Mikado: Act II. “With aspect stern and gloomy stride”, The
Mikado: Act II. Fanfare, The
Mikado: Act II. Finale Act II (Company), The
Mikado: Act II. No. 1 "Braid the raven hair", The
Mikado: Act II. No. 10 "Alone and yet alive!", The
Mikado: Act II. No. 10a "Hearts do not break!", The
Mikado: Act II. No. 11 "On a tree by a river, a little Tom-tit sang Willow, tit-Willow", The
Mikado: Act II. No. 12 "There is a beauty in the bellow of the blast", The
Mikado: Act II. No. 13 "For he's gone and married Yum-Yum", The
Mikado: Act II. No. 2 "The sun, whose rays are all ablaze", The
Mikado: Act II. No. 3 "Brightly dawns our wedding day", The
Mikado: Act II. No. 4 "Here's a how-de-do! If I marry you", The
Mikado: Act II. No. 5 "Mi-ya-sa-ma, mi-ya-sa-ma", The
Mikado: Act II. No. 6 "A more humane Mikado never did in Japan exist", The
Mikado: Act II. No. 7 "The criminal cried, as he dropped him down", The
Mikado: Act II. No. 8 "See how the Fates their gifts allot", The
Mikado: Act II. No. 9 "The flowers that bloom in the spring", The
Mikado: Alone and Yet Alive!, The
Mikado: And Have I Journey'd, The
Mikado: As Some Day It May Happen, The
Mikado: As Someday It May Happen, The
Mikado: Behold the Lord High Executioner, The
Mikado: Behold the Lord High Executioner!, The
Mikado: Braid the Raven Hair, The
Mikado: Brightly Dawns Our Wedding Day (Madrigal), The
Mikado: Brightly Dawns Our Wedding Day, The
Mikado: Comes a Train of Little Ladies, The
Mikado: For He's Gone and Married Yum-Yum, The
Mikado: Gentleman, I Pray You Tell Me, The
Mikado: Hearts Do Not Break, The
Mikado: Here's a How-De-Do, The
Mikado: Here's a How-De-Do!, The
Mikado: Highlights (The D'Oyly Carte Opera Company feat. orchestra: The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor: Royston Nash), The
Mikado: Highlights From the English National Opera Production, The
Mikado: I Am So Proud, The
Mikado: I've Got a Little List, The
Mikado: If You Want to Know Who We Are... A Wandering Minstrel I, The
Mikado: If You Want to Know, The
Mikado: Miya Sama, The
Mikado: On a Tree by a River (Tit-Willow), The
Mikado: On a Tree by a River a Little Tom-Tit, The
Mikado: On a Tree by the River a Little Tom-Tit, The
Mikado: Our Great Mikado, The
Mikado: Overture (arr. Dodgson), The
Mikado: Overture, The
Mikado: See How the Fates, The
Mikado: So Please You, Sir, The
Mikado: The Criminal Cried, The
Mikado: The Flowers That Bloom in the Spring, The
Mikado: The Lord High Excecutioner, The
Mikado: The Moon and I, The
Mikado: The Sun Whose Rays Are All Ablaze, The
Mikado: The Sun Whose Rays, The
Mikado: There Is a Beauty in the Bellow of the Blast, The
Mikado: There Is Beauty in the Bellow of Blast, The
Mikado: There Is Beauty, The
Mikado: Three Little Maids From School Are We, The
Mikado: Three Little Maids From School, The
Mikado: Three Little Maids, The
Mikado: Tit Willow, The
Mikado: Tit-Willow, The
Mikado: Were You Not to Ko-Ko Plighted?, The
Mikado: With Aspect Stern, The
Mikado: Young Man, Despair, The
Mikado: Your Revels Cease!, The
More Humane Mikado from 'The Mikado', A
More Humane Mikado Never Did in Japan Exist (To Let the Punishment Fit the Crime), A
More Humane Mikado Never Did In Japan Exist, A
More Humane Mikado, A
Music Aboard the Titanic
My Eyes Are Fully Open
My Eyes are Fully Open - Ruddigore
My Gallant Crew, Good Morning (I Am the Captain of the Pinafore)
My Gallant Crew, Good Morning / I Am the Captain of the Pinafore
My Gallant Crew, Good Morning!
My Lord, A Suppliant at Your Feet I Kneel
My Lords, It May Not Be
My Name is John Wellington Wells
My name is John Wellington Wells (The Sorcerer)
My Pain and My Distress
My Pain and My Distress / A Many Years Ago
My Well-Loved Lord and Guardian Dear
Nay, tempt me not
Never Mind the Why & Wherefore
Never Mind the Why and Wherefore
Never Mind the Why and Wherefore - HMS Pinafore
Never Mind the Why and Wherefore (H.M.S. Pinafore)
Never mind the why and wherefore (HMS Pinafore)
Never Mind the Why or Wherefore
Nevermind the Why and Wherefore
Nightingale Sighed, The
No, I Am Brave
No, I'll be Brave!
None Shall Part Us - Iolanthe
None shall part us from each other
None shall part us from each other (Iolanthe)
Now For The Pirates' Lair / When You Had Left Our Pirate Fold
Now for the Pirates' Lair!
Now Give Three Cheers
Now Give Three Cheers / I Am the Monarch of the Sea
Now Give Three Cheers / I Am the Monarch of the Sea / When I Was a Lad
Now What Is This
Now What Is This, and What Is That?
Now What is This? / Finale Act Two
O Leave Me Not to Pine
O Men of Dark and Dismal Fate
O Rapture
Oh Goddess Wise from 'Princess Ida'
Oh Is There Not One Maiden Breast? from 'The Pirates of Penzance'
Oh Is There Not One Maiden Breast... Poor Wandering One (The Pirates of Penzance)
Oh Joy, Oh Rapture
Oh Joy, Oh Rapture Unforeseen
Oh Joy, Oh Rapture Unforeseen / Finale Act II
Oh, Better Far to Live and Die
Oh, Dry the Glistening Tear
Oh, False One, You Have Deceived Me
Oh, False One, You Have Deceived Me!
Oh, Foolish Fay
Oh, Is There Not One Maiden Breast
Oh, Is There Not One Maiden Breast / Poor Wand'ring One
Oh, Is There Not One Maiden Breast?
Oh, Men of Dark and Dismal Fate
Oh, Sisters, Deaf to Pity's Name... Poor Wandering One!
Oh! Chancellor unwary
Oh! False One, You Have Deceiv'd Me
On A Tree By A River
On a Tree by a River ("Tit Willow")
On a Tree by a River a Little Tom Tit (Oh Willow, Titwillow)
On a Tree by a River a Little Tom-Tit
On A Tree By A River A Little Tom-Tit from 'The Mikado'
On the Day When I Was Wedded
Once More Gondelieri (The Gondoliers)
Opening Chorus
Opening: 'Fair is Rose'
Opera for People Who Hate Opera
Our Great Mikado
Our Great Mikado, Virtuous Man
Over The Bright Blue Sea
Over the Bright Blue Sea / Sir Joseph's Barge Is Seen
Overture
Overture - The Yeoman of the Guard
Overture di Ballo
Overture from The Sorcerer
Paradox Scene
Paradox, A
Patience
Patience (1961 D’Oyly Carte cast)
Patience / Irish Symphony
Patience: Act I. “Am I alone and unobserved?”
Patience: Act I. “And are you going a ticket to buy?”
Patience: Act I. “But who is this, whose god-like grace”
Patience: Act I. “Come, walk up, and purchase with avidity”
Patience: Act I. “Heart broken at my Patience’s barbarity”
Patience: Act I. “Hold! Stay your hand!”
Patience: Act I. “I cannot tell what this love may be”
Patience: Act I. “I hear the soft note of the echoing voice”
Patience: Act I. “If you want a receipt for that popular mystery”
Patience: Act I. “If you’re anxious for to shine”
Patience: Act I. “In a doleful train two and two we walk all day”
Patience: Act I. “Let the merry cymbals sound”
Patience: Act I. “List Reginald, whilst I confess a love”
Patience: Act I. “Long years ago – fourteen, maybe”
Patience: Act I. “Now tell us, we pray you”
Patience: Act I. “Prithee, pretty maiden – prithee”
Patience: Act I. “Stay, we implore you, before our hopes are blighted”
Patience: Act I. “Still brooding on their mad infatuation”
Patience: Act I. “The soldiers of our Queen”
Patience: Act I. “Though to marry you”
Patience: Act I. “True love must single-hearted be”
Patience: Act I. “Twenty love-sick maidens we”
Patience: Act I. “We’ve been thrown over, we’re aware”
Patience: Act I. “When I first put this uniform on”
Patience: Act I. “Your maiden hearts, ah, do not steel”
Patience: Act II. “A magnet hung in a hardware shop”
Patience: Act II. “After much debate internal, I on Lady Jane decide”
Patience: Act II. “I’m a Waterloo House young man”
Patience: Act II. “If Saphir I choose to marry”
Patience: Act II. “It’s clear that the mediaeval art”
Patience: Act II. “Love is a plaintive song”
Patience: Act II. “On such eyes as maidens cherish”
Patience: Act II. “Sad is a woman’s lot who, year by year”
Patience: Act II. “Silvered is the raven hair”
Patience: Act II. “So go to him and say to him”
Patience: Act II. “Turn, oh turn in this direction”
Patience: Act II. “When I go out of the door”
Patience: Am I Alone and Unobserved
Patience: Am I Alone and Unobserved?
Patience: If You're Anxious to Shine
Patience: Overture
Patience: So Go to Him and Say to Him
Patience: The Soldiers of Our Queen
Patience: When I Go Out of Door
Patience. Act I. “Am I alone and unobserved?” (Bunthorne)
Patience. Act I. “Come walk up and purchase with avidity” (Bunthorne, Maidens, Dragoons, Jane, Patience)
Patience. Act I. “I cannot tell what this love may be” (Patience, Maidens)
Patience. Act I. “I hear the soft note… But who is this?” (All)
Patience. Act I. “In a doleful train… Twenty lovesick maidens we” (Ella, Angela, Saphir, Maidens, Dragoons, Bunthorne)
Patience. Act I. “Let the merry cymbals sound” (Maidens)
Patience. Act I. “Long years ago, fourteen maybe” (Patience, Angela)
Patience. Act I. “Now tell us, we pray you” (Duke, Colonel, Major, Dragoons, Bunthorne, Maidens)
Patience. Act I. “Prithee pretty maiden” (Grosvenor, Patience)
Patience. Act I. “Still brooding on their mad infatuation” (Patience, Saphir, Angela, Maidens)
Patience. Act I. “The soldiers of our Queen” (Dragoons, Colonel Calverley)
Patience. Act I. “True love must single-hearted be” (Patience, Bunthorne, Colonel, Major, Saphir, Angela)
Patience. Act I. “Twenty lovesick maidens we” (Maidens, Angela, Ella)
Patience. Act I. “When I first put this uniform on” (Colonel Calverley)
Patience. Act I. “Your maiden hearts” (Duke, Dragoons, Maidens)
Patience. Act II. “A magnet hung in a hardware shop” (Grosvenor, Maidens)
Patience. Act II. “After much debate internal” (Duke, Bunthorne, All)
Patience. Act II. “I’m a Waterloo House young man” (Grosvenor, Maidens)
Patience. Act II. “If Saphir I choose to marry” (Duke, Major, Saphir, Angela, Colonel)
Patience. Act II. “It’s clear that medieval art alone retains its zest” (Duke, Major, Colonel)
Patience. Act II. “Love is a plaintive song” (Patience)
Patience. Act II. “On such eyes as maidens cherish” (Maidens)
Patience. Act II. “Sad is that woman’s lot” (Jane)
Patience. Act II. “So go to him and say to him” (Jane, Bunthorne)
Patience. Act II. “Turn, oh turn in this direction” (Maidens)
Patience. Act II. “When I go out of door” (Bunthorne, Grosvenor)
Pinafore: I Am the Monarch of the Sea / When I Was a Lad
Pinafore: I'm Called Little Buttercup
Pineapple Poll
Pineapple Poll: Grand Finale, Scene 3 (Sir Charles Mackerras)
Piraten (The Pirates of Penzance), Die
Pirates of Penzance
Pirates of Penzance - Oh, better far to live and die, The
Pirates of Penzance - Oh, is there not one maiden breast, The
Pirates of Penzance - Poor wand'ring one, The
Pirates of Penzance - When the foeman bares his steel - Though to us it's evident, The
Pirates of Penzance (1957 D’Oyly Carte cast), The
Pirates of Penzance (1967 D’Oyly Carte cast), The
Pirates of Penzance (1983 film cast), The
Pirates of Penzance (Highlights) (1967 D’Oyly Carte cast), The
Pirates of Penzance (Or, the Slave of Duty) (Broadway Cast Album), The
Pirates of Penzance (Orchestra & Chorus of the Welsh National Opera feat. conductor: Sir Charles Mackerras), The
Pirates Of Penzance (Poor Wandering One), The
Pirates of Penzance (Pro Arte Orchestra, Glyndebourne Festival Chorus feat. conductor: Sir Malcolm Sargent), The
Pirates of Penzance / Trial by Jury, The
Pirates of Penzance, The
pirates of penzance: "I am the very model of a modern Major- General", The
Pirates of Penzance: "I am the very model of a modern Major-General"
Pirates of Penzance: "Oh, better far to live and die"
Pirates of Penzance: "Pour, o pour the pirate sherry"
Pirates of Penzance: "When the foeman bares his steel"
Pirates of Penzance: "With cat-like tread"
Pirates of Penzance: “All is prepared”, The
Pirates of Penzance: “O is there not one maiden breast?”, The
Pirates of Penzance: “Poor wand’ring one”, The
Pirates of Penzance: “Stay, Frederic, stay”, The
Pirates of Penzance: “Stop, ladies pray!”, The
Pirates Of Penzance: A Policeman's Lot, The
Pirates of Penzance: Act I. "Climbing over rocky mountain", The
Pirates of Penzance: Act I. "Hail Poetry, thou heav’n born maid!", The
Pirates of Penzance: Act I. "Hold, Monsters!", The
Pirates of Penzance: Act I. "How beautifully blue the sky", The
Pirates of Penzance: Act I. "I am the very model of a modern Major-General", The
Pirates of Penzance: Act I. "O, men of dark and dismal fate", The
Pirates of Penzance: Act I. "Oh, better far to live and die", The
Pirates of Penzance: Act I. "Oh, false one, you have deceived me", The
Pirates of Penzance: Act I. "Oh, is there not one maiden breast", The
Pirates of Penzance: Act I. "Oh, sisters, deaf to pity’s name, For shame!", The
Pirates of Penzance: Act I. "Poor wand’ring one!", The
Pirates of Penzance: Act I. "Pour, oh pour the pirate sherry", The
Pirates of Penzance: Act I. "Pray observe the magnanimity", The
Pirates of Penzance: Act I. "Stay, we must not lose our senses", The
Pirates of Penzance: Act I. "Stop! ladies, pray! A man!", The
Pirates of Penzance: Act I. "What ought we to do, Gentle sisters, say?", The
Pirates of Penzance: Act I. "When Fred’ric was a little lad", The
Pirates of Penzance: Act I. "You may go, for you’re at liberty", The
Pirates of Penzance: Act I. “Climbing over rocky mountain” (Chorus of Girls), The
Pirates of Penzance: Act I. “Climbing over rocky mountain”, The
Pirates of Penzance: Act I. “Here’s a first rate opportunity” (Pirates), The
Pirates of Penzance: Act I. “Hold, monsters!” (Edith, Samuel, Girls, Major-General Stanley, Pirates), The
Pirates of Penzance: Act I. “Hold, monsters!” (Mabel, Major-General, Samuel, Chorus), The
Pirates of Penzance: Act I. “Hold, Monsters!”, The
Pirates of Penzance: Act I. “How beautifully blue the sky” (Mabel, Frederic, Chorus of Girls), The
Pirates of Penzance: Act I. “How beautifully blue the sky”, The
Pirates of Penzance: Act I. “I am the very model of a modern Major-General” (Major-General, Chorus), The
Pirates of Penzance: Act I. “I am the very model of a modern Major-General” (Major-General, Girls, Pirates), The
Pirates of Penzance: Act I. “I am the very model of a modern Major-General”, The
Pirates of Penzance: Act I. “I’m telling a terrible story” (Major-General, Others except Ruth), The
Pirates of Penzance: Act I. “I’m telling a terrible story”, The
Pirates of Penzance: Act I. “O master, hear one word” (Ruth, Pirates, Frederic), The
Pirates of Penzance: Act I. “Oh, better far to live and die” (Pirate King, Chorus), The
Pirates of Penzance: Act I. “Oh, better far to live and die”, The
Pirates of Penzance: Act I. “Oh, false one, you have deceived me!” (Frederic, Ruth), The
Pirates of Penzance: Act I. “Oh, false one, you have deceived me”, The
Pirates of Penzance: Act I. “Oh, far better to live and die” (Pirate King, Pirates), The
Pirates of Penzance: Act I. “Oh, is there not one maiden breast?” (Frederic, GIrls, Mabel), The
Pirates of Penzance: Act I. “Oh, is there not one maiden breast”, The
Pirates of Penzance: Act I. “Oh, master, hear one word”, The
Pirates of Penzance: Act I. “Oh, men of dark and dismal fate” (Major-General, Samuel, Pirate King, Pirates), The
Pirates of Penzance: Act I. “Oh, men of dark and dismal fate”, The
Pirates of Penzance: Act I. “Oh, sisters, deaf to pity’s name, For shame!”, The
Pirates of Penzance: Act I. “Oh, sisters, deaf to pity’s name” (Mabel, Girls), The
Pirates of Penzance: Act I. “Oh, sisters, deaf to pity’s name”, The
Pirates of Penzance: Act I. “Oh! false one, you have deceived me” (Ruth, Frederic), The
Pirates of Penzance: Act I. “Oh! Is there not one maiden breast” (Frederic, Chorus of Girls), The
Pirates of Penzance: Act I. “Oh! men of dark and dismal fate” (Mabel, Edith, Kate, Frederic, Samuel, Pirate King, Major-General, Ruth, Chorus), The
Pirates of Penzance: Act I. “Poor wand’ring one!”, The
Pirates of Penzance: Act I. “Poor wand’ring one” (Mabel, Chorus), The
Pirates of Penzance: Act I. “Poor wand’ring one”, The
Pirates of Penzance: Act I. “Poor wandering one” (Mabel, Girls), The
Pirates of Penzance: Act I. “Pour, oh pour the pirate sherry” (Chorus of Pirates, Samuel), The
Pirates of Penzance: Act I. “Pour, oh pour the pirate sherry” (Pirates, Samuel), The
Pirates of Penzance: Act I. “Pour, oh pour the pirate sherry”, The
Pirates of Penzance: Act I. “Pray observe the magnanimity” (All except Ruth), The
Pirates of Penzance: Act I. “Pray observe the magnanimity”, The
Pirates of Penzance: Act I. “Stay, we must not lose our senses” (Frederic, Chorus of Girls and Pirates), The
Pirates of Penzance: Act I. “Stay, we must not lose our senses” (Frederic, Girls, Pirates), The
Pirates of Penzance: Act I. “Stay, we must not lose our senses”, The
Pirates of Penzance: Act I. “Stop, ladies, pray!” (Edith, Kate, Frederic, Chorus of Girls), The
Pirates of Penzance: Act I. “Stop, ladies, pray!” (Frederic, Girls, Edith), The
Pirates of Penzance: Act I. “Stop, ladies, pray!”, The
Pirates of Penzance: Act I. “What ought we to do? Gentle sisters, say!” (Edith, Kate, Chorus of Girls), The
Pirates of Penzance: Act I. “What ought we to do?” (Edith, Kate, Girls, Mabel, Frederic), The
Pirates of Penzance: Act I. “What ought we to do”, The
Pirates of Penzance: Act I. “What shall I do?… Climbing over rocky mountain” (Frederic, Girls, Edith, Kate), The
Pirates of Penzance: Act I. “What shall I do”, The
Pirates of Penzance: Act I. “When Fred’ric was a little lad” (Ruth), The
Pirates of Penzance: Act I. “When Fred’ric was a little lad”, The
Pirates of Penzance: Act I. “When Frederic was a little lad” (Ruth), The
Pirates of Penzance: Act I. “You may go, for you’re at liberty”, The
Pirates of Penzance: Act I. Here's a first rate opportunity, The
Pirates of Penzance: Act I. Hold, monsters, The
Pirates of Penzance: Act I. I am the very model of a modern Major-General, The
Pirates of Penzance: Act I. I'm telling a terrible story; Act I finale, The
Pirates of Penzance: Act I. Oh, better far to live and die, The
Pirates of Penzance: Act I. Oh, false one, you have deceived me, The
Pirates of Penzance: Act I. Oh, is there not one maiden breast / Oh, sisters, deaf to pity's name, The
Pirates of Penzance: Act I. Oh, men of dark and dismal fate, The
Pirates of Penzance: Act I. Poor wand'ring one, The
Pirates of Penzance: Act I. Pour, oh pour the pirate sherry, The
Pirates of Penzance: Act I. Stay, we must not lose our senses, The
Pirates of Penzance: Act I. Stop, ladies, pray!, The
Pirates of Penzance: Act I. What ought we to do / How beautifully blue the sky, The
Pirates of Penzance: Act I. What shall I do? / Climbing over rocky mountain, The
Pirates of Penzance: Act I. When Frederic was a little lad, The
Pirates of Penzance: Act II. "A Rollicking Band of Pirates We", The
Pirates of Penzance: Act II. "Ah, leave me not to pine alone and desolate", The
Pirates of Penzance: Act II. "All is prepared", The
Pirates of Penzance: Act II. "Away with them, and place them at the bar", The
Pirates of Penzance: Act II. "Away, away, my heart’s on fire", The
Pirates of Penzance: Act II. "Hush! Hush! Not a word", The
Pirates of Penzance: Act II. "No, I’ll be brave", The
Pirates of Penzance: Act II. "Now for the pirates lair!", The
Pirates of Penzance: Act II. "Now what is this, and what is that", The
Pirates of Penzance: Act II. "Oh, dry the glist’ning tear", The
Pirates of Penzance: Act II. "Oh, here is love and here is truth", The
Pirates of Penzance: Act II. "Poor wand’ring ones, though ye have surely strayed", The
Pirates of Penzance: Act II. "Sergeant approach", The
Pirates of Penzance: Act II. "Sighing softly to the river", The
Pirates of Penzance: Act II. "Stay, Fred’ric stay!", The
Pirates of Penzance: Act II. "Then Frederic", The
Pirates of Penzance: Act II. "We triumph now", The
Pirates of Penzance: Act II. "when a Felon’s Not Engaged in His Employment", The
Pirates of Penzance: Act II. "When the foeman bares his steel", The
Pirates of Penzance: Act II. "When you had left our pirate fold", The
Pirates of Penzance: Act II. "With cat-like tread", The
Pirates of Penzance: Act II. “A rollicking band of pirates we” (Pirates, Sergeant, Policemen), The
Pirates of Penzance: Act II. “A rollicking band of pirates we” (Sergeant, Chorus of Pirates and Police), The
Pirates of Penzance: Act II. “A rollicking band of pirates we”, The
Pirates of Penzance: Act II. “Ah, leave me not to pine alone and desolate”, The
Pirates of Penzance: Act II. “Ah, leave me not to pine” (Mabel, Frederic), The
Pirates of Penzance: Act II. “All is prepared! Your gallant crew await you!” (Mabel, Frederic), The
Pirates of Penzance: Act II. “All is prepared! Your gallant crew await you!”, The
Pirates of Penzance: Act II. “All is prepared” (Mabel, Frederic), The
Pirates of Penzance: Act II. “Away, away, my heart’s on fire!” (Ruth, Frederic, Pirate King), The
Pirates of Penzance: Act II. “Away, away! my heart’s on fire” (Ruth, Pirate King, Frederic), The
Pirates of Penzance: Act II. “Away, away! my heart’s on fire”, The
Pirates of Penzance: Act II. “For some ridiculous reason”, The
Pirates of Penzance: Act II. “Frederic here! Oh joy!” (Major-General, Mabel, Frederic, Pirates, Pirate King, Girls, Policemen, Sergeant, Ruth), The
Pirates of Penzance: Act II. “Frederick here! Oh, joy! Oh, rapture!”, The
Pirates of Penzance: Act II. “Hush, hush! not a word” (Frederic, Pirates, Policemen, Major-General), The
Pirates of Penzance: Act II. “Hush! Hush! Not a word” (Frederic, King, Major-General, Chorus of Police and Pirates), The
Pirates of Penzance: Act II. “Hush! Hush! Not a word”, The
Pirates of Penzance: Act II. “In 1940 I of age shall be” (Frederic, Mabel), The
Pirates of Penzance: Act II. “In 1940 I of age shall be”, The
Pirates of Penzance: Act II. “No, all is still”, The
Pirates of Penzance: Act II. “No, I’ll be brave! Oh, family descent” (Mabel, Sergeant, Chorus of Police), The
Pirates of Penzance: Act II. “No, I’ll be brave!” (Mabel), The
Pirates of Penzance: Act II. “No, I’ll be brave”, The
Pirates of Penzance: Act II. “Now for the pirates’ lair!” (Frederic), The
Pirates of Penzance: Act II. “Now for the pirates’ lair!” (Ruth, Frederic, Pirate King), The
Pirates of Penzance: Act II. “Now for the pirates’ lair!”, The
Pirates of Penzance: Act II. “Now what is this, and what is that” (Girls, Pirates), The
Pirates of Penzance: Act II. “Now what is this, and what is that”, The
Pirates of Penzance: Act II. “Now, Frederic, let your escort lion-hearted” (Frederic, Major-General), The
Pirates of Penzance: Act II. “Now, Frederic, let your escort lion-hearted” (Major-General, Frederic), The
Pirates of Penzance: Act II. “Oh, dry the glist’ning tear”, The
Pirates of Penzance: Act II. “Oh, dry the glistening tear” (Girls, Mabel), The
Pirates of Penzance: Act II. “Oh, here is love and here is truth”, The
Pirates of Penzance: Act II. “Oh! Dry the glist’ning tear” (Mabel, Chorus), The
Pirates of Penzance: Act II. “Poor wand’ring ones”, The
Pirates of Penzance: Act II. “Sighing softly to the river” (Major-General, Chorus of Pirates and Police), The
Pirates of Penzance: Act II. “Sighing softly to the river”, The
Pirates of Penzance: Act II. “Softly sighing to the river” (Major-General, Pirates, Policemen), The
Pirates of Penzance: Act II. “Stay, Fred’ric stay!”, The
Pirates of Penzance: Act II. “Stay, Frederic, stay!” (Mabel, Frederic), The
Pirates of Penzance: Act II. “Stay, Frederic, stay!”, The
Pirates of Penzance: Act II. “Then Frederic, let your escort lion-hearted”, The
Pirates of Penzance: Act II. “Then Frederic… When the foeman bares his steel”, The
Pirates of Penzance: Act II. “Though in body and in mind” (Sergeant, Policemen), The
Pirates of Penzance: Act II. “To gain a brief advantage you’ve contrived”, The
Pirates of Penzance: Act II. “When a felon’s not engaged in his employment” (Sergeant, Chorus of Police), The
Pirates of Penzance: Act II. “When a felon’s not engaged in his employment” (Sergeant, Policemen), The
Pirates of Penzance: Act II. “When a felon’s not engaged in his employment”, The
Pirates of Penzance: Act II. “When the foeman bares his steel” (Mabel, Edith, Sergeant), The
Pirates of Penzance: Act II. “When the foeman bares his steel”, The
Pirates of Penzance: Act II. “When the foeman bears his steel” (Sergeant of Police, Policemen, Mabel, Edith, Girls, Major-General), The
Pirates of Penzance: Act II. “When you had left our pirate fold” (Ruth, Frederic, Pirate King), The
Pirates of Penzance: Act II. “When you had left our pirate fold”, The
Pirates of Penzance: Act II. “With cat-like tread” (Pirates, Policemen, Samuel), The
Pirates of Penzance: Act II. “With cat-like tread” (Samuel, Chorus of Pirates), The
Pirates of Penzance: Act II. “With cat-like tread”, The
Pirates of Penzance: Act II. “Young Frederic!” (Pirate King, Frederic, Ruth), The
Pirates of Penzance: Act II. A rollicking band of pirates we, The
Pirates of Penzance: Act II. Ah! Leave me not to pine, The
Pirates of Penzance: Act II. All is prepared, The
Pirates of Penzance: Act II. Away, away! My heart's on fire, The
Pirates of Penzance: Act II. Hush, hush, not a word, The
Pirates of Penzance: Act II. In 1940 I of age shall be, The
Pirates of Penzance: Act II. No, I'll be brave, The
Pirates of Penzance: Act II. Now for the Pirates' lair, The
Pirates of Penzance: Act II. Now what is this; Act II Finale, The
Pirates of Penzance: Act II. O dry the glistening tear, The
Pirates of Penzance: Act II. Sighing softly to the river, The
Pirates of Penzance: Act II. Stay, Frederic, stay!, The
Pirates of Penzance: Act II. Then Frederic, let your escort, The
Pirates of Penzance: Act II. Though in body and in mind, The
Pirates of Penzance: Act II. When a felon's not engaged, The
Pirates of Penzance: Act II. When foreman bares his steel, The
Pirates of Penzance: Act II. When you had left our private fold, The
Pirates of Penzance: Act II. With cat-like tread, The
Pirates Of Penzance: Ah, Leave Me Not to Pine, The
Pirates Of Penzance: Hail, Poetry, The
Pirates of Penzance: I Am the Very Model of a Modern Major General, The
Pirates of Penzance: I am the Very Model of a Modern Major-General (accompaniment version), The
Pirates of Penzance: I am the Very Model of a Modern Major-General (vocal version), The
Pirates Of Penzance: I Am the Very Model, The
Pirates of Penzance: Oh Is There not One Maiden Breast (accompaniment version), The
Pirates of Penzance: Oh Is There not One Maiden Breast (vocal version), The
Pirates of Penzance: Overture, The
Pirates of Penzance: Poor Wand'ring One (accompaniment version), The
Pirates of Penzance: Poor Wand'ring One (vocal version), The
Pirates of Penzance: Poor Wand'ring One, The
Pirates of Penzance: Poor Wand’ring One, The
Pirates of Penzance: When a Felon's not Engaged (accompaniment version), The
Pirates of Penzance: When a Felon's not Engaged (vocal version), The
Pirates of Penzance: When a Felon's Not Engaged in His Employment, The
Pirates of Penzance: When a Felon’s Not Engaged in His Employment, The
Pirates of Penzance: When a Foeman Bares His Steel, The
Pirates of Penzance: When Fred'ric Was A Little Lad (accompaniment version), The
Pirates of Penzance: When Fred'ric Was A Little Lad (vocal version), The
Pirates Of Penzance: When the Foeman Bares His Steel, The
Pirates of Penzance: With Cat Like Tread, The
Pirates of Penzance: With Cat-Like Tread, The
Poor Little Buttercup
Poor Wand'Ring One
Poor Wand'ring One - Pirates of Penzance
Poor Wand'ring One (reprise)
Poor Wand'ring One from 'The Pirates of Penzance'
Poor Wandering One
Poor wandering one (The Pirates of Penzance)
Poor, Wandering Ones (Finale)
Pour Oh Pour the Pirate Sherry
Pour Oh Pour the Pirate Sherry - Pirates of Penzance
Pour, O Pour the Pirate Sherry
Pour, oh pour the Pirate Sherry
Pray Observe the Magnaminity
Prelude
Pretty Daughter of Mine / He Is an Englishman
Princess Ida
Princess Ida (1965 D’Oyly Carte cast)
Princess Ida (1965 D’Oyly Carte cast) / Pineapple Poll
Princess Ida / Pineapple Poll
Princess Ida: Act I. “From the distant panorama… we are warriors three” (Chorus, Arac, Guron, Scynthius)
Princess Ida: Act I. “If you give me your attention” (Gama, Chorus)
Princess Ida: Act I. “Now hearken to my strict command” (Hildebrand, Chorus)
Princess Ida: Act I. “Search throughout the panorama” (Chorus, Florian)
Princess Ida: Act I. “Today we meet… Ida was a twelve-month old” (Hilarion)
Princess Ida: Act I. Finale “P’raps if you address the lady most politely”
Princess Ida: Act II. “A lady fair, of lineage high” (Lady Psyche, Cyril, Hilarion, Florian)
Princess Ida: Act II. “Gently, gently, evidently” (Cyril, Hilarion, Florian)
Princess Ida: Act II. “I am a maiden, cold and stately” (Cyril, Hilarion, Florian)
Princess Ida: Act II. “Merrily ring the luncheon bell” (Chorus, Lady Blanche, Cyril)
Princess Ida: Act II. “Mighty maiden with a mission” (Chorus)
Princess Ida: Act II. “Minerva… Oh goddess wise” (Princess, Chorus)
Princess Ida: Act II. “Now wouldn’t you like to rule the roost” (Melissa, Lady Blanche)
Princess Ida: Act II. “The woman of the wisest wit” (Lady Psyche, Melissa, Cyril, Hilarion, Florian)
Princess Ida: Act II. “The world is but a broken toy” (Princess, Cyril, Hilarion, Florian)
Princess Ida: Act II. “Towards the empyrean heights” (Chorus, Lady Psyche, Melissa, Sacharissa)
Princess Ida: Act II. “Would you know the kind of maid” (Cyril)
Princess Ida: Act II. Finale “Oh, joy! Our chief is sav’d”
Princess Ida: Act II. Finale “We may remark, tho’ nothing can dismay us”
Princess Ida: Act III. “Death to the invader” (Chorus, Melissa)
Princess Ida: Act III. “I built upon a rock” (Princess)
Princess Ida: Act III. “This helmet I support” (Arac, Guron, Synthius, Chorus)
Princess Ida: Act III. “This is our duty plain” (Chorus)
Princess Ida: Act III. “When anger spreads his wing” (Chorus)
Princess Ida: Act III. “Whene’er I spoke sarcastic joke” (Gama, Chorus)
Princess Ida: Act III. Finale “With joy abiding”
Princess Ida: I Built Upon a Rock
Princess Ida: If You Give Me Your Attention
Princess Ida: Merrily Ring the Luncheon Bell
Princess Ida: O Goddess Wise (accompaniment version)
Princess Ida: O Goddess Wise (vocal version)
Princess Ida: Overture
Princess Ida: The Woman of the Wisest Wit
Princess Ida: This Helmet I Suppose
Princess Ida: When 'Ere I Spoke Sarcastic Joke
Prithee, pretty maiden (Patience)
Punishment Fit Mikado
Refrain, Audacious Tar
Rising Early One Morning - The Gondoliers
Rollicking Band of Pirates We, A
Rollicking Band, A
Ruddigore
Ruddigore (1962 D’Oyly Carte cast) / Cox and Box (1961 D’Oyly Carte cast)
Ruddigore / The Tempest / The Merchant of Venice Suite (feat conductor: Sir Malcolm Sargent, conductor: Sir Vivian Dunn)
Ruddigore: "I know a youth who loves a little maid" (Act I)
Ruddigore: "In sailing o'er life's ocean wide" (Act I)
Ruddigore: "My boy, you may take it from me" (Act I)
Ruddigore: "The battle's roar is over" (Act I)
Ruddigore: "There grew a little flower" (Act II)
Ruddigore: Act I. “Cheerily carols the lark… To a garden full of posies” (Margaret)
Ruddigore: Act I. “Cheerily carols the lark” (Margaret)
Ruddigore: Act I. “Fair is Rose as bright as May day” (Zorah, Chorus)
Ruddigore: Act I. “Fair is Rose as bright May day” (Bridesmaids, Zorah)
Ruddigore: Act I. “From the briny sea… I shipp’d, d’ye see” (Richard, Chorus)
Ruddigore: Act I. “From the briny sea” (Bridesmaids)
Ruddigore: Act I. “Hail the bride of seventeen summers” (Chorus)
Ruddigore: Act I. “Hold, bridge and bridgegroom” (Sir Despard, Rose, Robin, Zorah, Richard, Margaret, Chorus)
Ruddigore: Act I. “I know a youth who loves a little maid” (Rose, Robin)
Ruddigore: Act I. “I shippd, d’ye see, in a Revenue sloop” (Richard)
Ruddigore: Act I. “If somebody there chanced to be” (Rose)
Ruddigore: Act I. “In sailing o’er life’s ocean wide” (Rose, Richard, Robin)
Ruddigore: Act I. “My boy, you may take it from me” (Robin, Richard)
Ruddigore: Act I. “My boy, you may take it from me” (Robin)
Ruddigore: Act I. “O, happy the lily” (All)
Ruddigore: Act I. “Oh why am I moody and sad?” (Sir Despard, Chorus)
Ruddigore: Act I. “Oh, why am I moody and sad?” (Sir Despard, Chorus)
Ruddigore: Act I. “Sir Rupert Murgatroyd, his leisure and his riches” (Hannah, Chorus)
Ruddigore: Act I. “Sir Rupert Murgatroyd” (Hanna, Chorus)
Ruddigore: Act I. “The battle’s roar is over” (Richard, Rose)
Ruddigore: Act I. “The battle’s roar is over” (Rose, Richard)
Ruddigore: Act I. “To a garden full of posies” (Margaret)
Ruddigore: Act I. “Welcome gentry for your entry” (Chorus)
Ruddigore: Act I. “Welcome, gentry” (Chorus)
Ruddigore: Act I. “When the buds are blossoming” (Rose, Hannah, Richard, Adam, Chorus)
Ruddigore: Act I. “You understand? I think I do” (Richard, Sir Despard)
Ruddigore: Act I. “You understand?” (Richard, Sir Despard)
Ruddigore: Act I. Finale “Hail the bride of seventeen summers”
Ruddigore: Act I. Finale “Hold, bride and bridegroom”
Ruddigore: Act I. Hornpipe
Ruddigore: Act II. “Happily coupled are we” (Richard, Rose)
Ruddigore: Act II. “Happily coupled are we” (Rose, Richard)
Ruddigore: Act II. “He yields! He yields!” (Ancestors, RObin)
Ruddigore: Act II. “He yields! He yields!” (Chorus)
Ruddigore: Act II. “I once was a very abandon’d person” (Margaret, Sir Despard)
Ruddigore: Act II. “I once was as meek as a newborn lamb” (Sir Ruthven, Adam)
Ruddigore: Act II. “I was once a very abandoned person” (Sir Despard, Margaret)
Ruddigore: Act II. “I was once as meek as a new-born lamb” (Robin, Adam)
Ruddigore: Act II. “In bygone days I had thy love” (Rose, Chorus, Sir Ruthven, Richard)
Ruddigore: Act II. “In bygone days I had thy love” (Rose, Robin, Richard, Bridesmaids)
Ruddigore: Act II. “My eyes are fully open to my awful situation” (Margaret, Sir Ruthven, Sir Despard)
Ruddigore: Act II. “My eyes are fully open” (Robin, Margaret, Sir Despard)
Ruddigore: Act II. “Oh, happy the lily” (All)
Ruddigore: Act II. “Painted emblems of a race” (Ancestors, Roderic, Robin)
Ruddigore: Act II. “Painted emblems of a race” (Chorus, Sir Ruthven, Sir Roderic)
Ruddigore: Act II. “There grew a little flower” (Hannah, Roderic)
Ruddigore: Act II. “There grew a little flower” (Hannah, Sir Roderic)
Ruddigore: Act II. “When the night wind howls” (Roderic, Ancestors)
Ruddigore: Act II. “When the night wind howls” (Sir Roderic, Chorus)
Ruddigore: Act II. Finale “Oh, happy the lily when kiss’d by the bee”
Ruddigore: Away Remorse / For 35 Years
Ruddigore: Cheerily Carols the Lark
Ruddigore: Fair Is Rose
Ruddigore: From the Briny Sea
Ruddigore: Hail the Bride - Finale Act One
Ruddigore: Happily Coupled Are We
Ruddigore: He Yields
Ruddigore: Hornpipe
Ruddigore: I Know a Youth
Ruddigore: I Know a Youth Who Loves a Little Maid
Ruddigore: I Know a Youth Who Loves a Maid
Ruddigore: I Once as Meek
Ruddigore: I Was Once a Very
Ruddigore: If Somebody There Chanced to Be
Ruddigore: If Well His Suit Has Sped
Ruddigore: In Bygone Days
Ruddigore: In Sailing O'Er Life's Ocean Wide
Ruddigore: Melodrama
Ruddigore: My Boy, You May Take It From Me
Ruddigore: My Eyes Are Fully Open
Ruddigore: My Eyes Are Fully Open to My Awful Situation
Ruddigore: Oh, Why Am I Moody and Sad?
Ruddigore: Overture
Ruddigore: Overture (original version)
Ruddigore: Painted Emblems
Ruddigore: Sir Rupert Murgatroyd, His Lesiure
Ruddigore: The Battle's Roar Is Over
Ruddigore: There Grew a Little Flower
Ruddigore: To a Garden Full of Posies (accompaniment version)
Ruddigore: To a Garden Full of Posies (vocal version)
Ruddigore: Welcome, Gentry
Ruddigore: When a Man Has Been a Naught Baronet - Finale Act Two
Ruddigore: When the Night Wind Howls
Ruddigore: When the Night Wind Howls in the Chimney Cowls
Ruddigore: You Understand? I Think I Do
Rule Britannia: The Music That Made Britain Great
Scene: 'Cheerily carols'
Scene: 'For a week… Painted emblems'
Scene: 'From the briny sea'
Scene: 'Happily coupled are we'
Scene: 'If well his suit'
Scene: 'My poor master'
Scene: 'So ho my pretty!'
Scene: 'Welcome gentry'
See How The Fates Their Gifts Allot
Shakespeare's Tempest
Sighing Softly
Sighing Softly to the River
Simple Sailor Lowly Born, A
Sir Joseph's Barge Is Seen
Sir, You Are Sad
Small Titles and Orders
So Go to Him and Say to Him
So Please You, Sir, We Much Regret
So Wildly Worshipped, and So Madly Kissed
Song: 'If somebody'
Song: 'My boy, you may take it'
Song: 'Sir Rupert Murgatroyd'
Song: 'When the night wind howls'
Songs and Snatches
Sorcerer (1966 D’Oyly Carte cast) / The Zoo (1978 D’Oyly Carte cast), The
Sorcerer: Act I. “All is prepar'd… With heart and voice”, The
Sorcerer: Act I. “All is prepar’d for sealing and for signing” (Aline, Alexis, Lawyer, Chorus), The
Sorcerer: Act I. “Be happy all… Eat, drink and be gay!”, The
Sorcerer: Act I. “Constance, my daughter” (Mrs. Partlet, Constance), The
Sorcerer: Act I. “Constance, my daughter”, The
Sorcerer: Act I. “Love feeds on many kinds of food” (Alexis), The
Sorcerer: Act I. “My child, I join in the these congratulations” (Lady Sangazure), The
Sorcerer: Act I. “My kindly friends… Oh, happy young heart!”, The
Sorcerer: Act I. “My kindly friends… Oh, happy young heart” (Aline), The
Sorcerer: Act I. “My name is John Wellington Wells” (Mr. Wells), The
Sorcerer: Act I. “My name is John Wellington Wells”, The
Sorcerer: Act I. “Ring forth ye bells” (Chorus), The
Sorcerer: Act I. “Ring forth, ye bells”, The
Sorcerer: Act I. “Sir Marmaduke” (Sir Marmaduke, Dr. Daly, Alexis), The
Sorcerer: Act I. “Sprites of earth and air” (Aline, Alexis, Mr. Wells, Chorus), The
Sorcerer: Act I. “Sprites of earth and air”, The
Sorcerer: Act I. “The air is charged… Time was when love”, The
Sorcerer: Act I. “The air is cherged with amatory numbers” (Dr. Daly), The
Sorcerer: Act I. “Time was, when love and I were acquainted” (Dr. Daly), The
Sorcerer: Act I. “Welcome joy! Adieu to sadness!” (Lady Sangazure, Sir Marmaduke), The
Sorcerer: Act I. “Welcome, joy!”, The
Sorcerer: Act I. “When he is here, I sigh with pleasure” (Constance), The
Sorcerer: Act I. “With heart and with voice” (Chorus), The
Sorcerer: Act I. Finale “Now to the banquet we press”, The
Sorcerer: Act II. “’Tis twelve, I think” (Aline, Alexis, Mr. Wells, Chorus), The
Sorcerer: Act II. “Alexis! Doubt me not!… The fearful deed is done” (Aline), The
Sorcerer: Act II. “Come to my mansion… Now to the banquet we press”, The
Sorcerer: Act II. “Dear friends, take pity on my lot” (Constance, Notary, Aline, Alexis, Chorus), The
Sorcerer: Act II. “I rejoice that it's decided”, The
Sorcerer: Act II. “I rejoice that it’s decided” (Aline, Mrs. Partlet, Alexis, Dr. Daly, Sir Marmaduke), The
Sorcerer: Act II. “Oh joyous boon!”, The
Sorcerer: Act II. “Oh, I have wrought much evil with my spells” (Lady Sangazure, Mr. Wells), The
Sorcerer: Act II. “Oh, I have wrought much evil”, The
Sorcerer: Act II. “Oh, joyous boon!” (Aline, Alexis, Dr. Daly, Chorus), The
Sorcerer: Act II. “Oh, my voice is sad and low” (Dr. Daly), The
Sorcerer: Act II. “Prepare for sad surprises” (Alexis), The
Sorcerer: Act II. “Thou hast the pow’r thy vaunted love to sanctify… It is not love” (Alexis), The
Sorcerer: Act II. “Thou hast the pow’r… Is it not love”, The
Sorcerer: Act II. Finale “Or he or I must die”, The
Sorcerer: My Name Is John Wellington Wells, The
Sorcerer: Overture, The
Sorry Her Lot
Sorry Her Lot Who Loves Too Well
Spurn not the nobly born
Stay, Fred'ric, Stay!
Stay, Frederic, Stay
Stay, Frederic, Stay!
Stay, Frederic, stay! (The Pirates of Penzance)
Stay, Frederick, Stay!
Stay, We Must Not Lose Our Senses
Stole the Prince, I
Stop, Ladies, Pray
Stop, Ladies, Pray!
Stop, Ladies, Pray! / Oh Is There Not One Maiden Breast?
Story of British Classical Music, The
Street Scene
Strephon's a Member of Parliament!
Sullivan: Cello Concerto in D / Herbert: Cello Concerto no. 2 / Elgar: Romance
sun whose rays (The Mikado), The
Sun Whose Rays are all Ablaze - The Mikado, The
Sun Whose Rays Are All Ablaze (The Moon and I), The
Sun Whose Rays Are All Ablaze from 'The Mikado', The
Sun Whose Rays Are All Ablaze, The
Sun Whose Rays, The
Sun, Whose Rays Are All Ablaze, The
Sun, Whose Rays, The
Take a Pair of Sparkling Eves
Take a Pair of Sparkling Eyes
Take a pair of sparkling eyes "THE GONDOLIERS" (Act 1)
Take a Pair of Sparkling Eyes (The Gondoliers)
Take A Pair of Sparkling Eyes from 'The Gondoliers'
Telarc Collection, Volume 3, The
Then Frederic
Then Frederic, Let Your Escort Lion Hearted
Then One of Us Will Be a Queen
Then, Frederic, Let Your Escort Lion-Hearted
There Grew a Little Flower - Ruddigore
There Is Beauty in the Bellow
There Is Beauty In The Bellow Of The Blast
There Lived a King
There was a time (The Gondoliers)
Things Are Seldom What They Seem
This Gentleman is Seen
This Very Night
Though P'raps I May Incur Your Blame
Three Little Maids
Three Little Maids - The Mikado
Three Little Maids from 'The Mikado'
Three Little Maids From School
Three Little Maids From School (The Mikado)
Three Little Maids From School Are We
Tit Willow
Tit Willow (The Mikado)
To Queen Victoria's Name
Too Late
Trial by Jury: “A nice dilemma we have here”
Trial by Jury: “A nice dilemma we have here” (Judge, Counsel, Defendant, Plaintiff, Others)
Trial by Jury: “Comes the broken flower” (Bridesmaids, Plaintiff)
Trial by Jury: “Hark, the hour of ten is sounding”
Trial by Jury: “Hark, the hour of ten is sounding” (Barristers, Attorneys, Jury, Public)
Trial by Jury: “I love him, I love him”
Trial by Jury: “I love him, I love him” (Plaintiff, Defendant, Jury, Public)
Trial by Jury: “Is this the Court of the Exchequer?” (Defendant, Jury, Others)
Trial by Jury: “May it please you, m’Lud”
Trial by Jury: “May it please you, my Lud!” (Counsel, Others)
Trial by Jury: “Now jurymen hear my advice” (Usher, Barristers, Attorneys, Jury, Public)
Trial by Jury: “Oh joy unbounded” (Plaintiff, Counsel, Defendant, Usher, Judge, Others)
Trial by Jury: “Oh, gentlemen, listen I pray”
Trial by Jury: “Oh, gentlemen, listen, I pray” (Defendant, Bridesmaids)
Trial by Jury: “Oh, never, never, never” (Judge, Jury, Plaintiff, Bridesmaids, Usher)
Trial by Jury: “Silence in Court… All hail great Judge” (Usher, Others, Judge)
Trial by Jury: “Swear thou the jury” (Counsel to the Plaintiff, Usher, Jury)
Trial by Jury: “That seems a reasonable proposition” (Judge, Counsel, Others)
Trial by Jury: “That she is reeling is plain to me” (Judge, Foreman, Plaintiff, Counsel, Jury, Others)
Trial by Jury: “The question, gentlemen, is one of liquor” (Judge, Counsel, Plaintiff, Defendant, Others)
Trial by Jury: “When first my old, old love I knew”
Trial by Jury: “When first my old, old love I knew” (Defendant, Jury)
Trial by Jury: “When I, good friends, was call’d to the Bar”
Trial by Jury: “When I, good friends, was called to the Bar” (Judge, Others)
Trial by Jury: “Where is the plaintiff?”
Trial by Jury: “Where is the plaintiff?” (Counsel, Usher)
Trial by Jury: 1 (intro)
Trial by Jury: 10: Oh, Gentlemen, Listen
Trial by Jury: 11: That Seems a Reasonable Proposition
Trial by Jury: 12: A Nice Dilemma We Have Here
Trial by Jury: 13: I Love Him, I Love Him
Trial by Jury: 14: Oh, Joy Unbounded
Trial by Jury: 1a: Is This the Court of the Exchequer?
Trial by Jury: 2: When First My Old Love I Knew
Trial by Jury: 3: All Hail Great Judge...
Trial by Jury: 4: When, I, Good Friends Was Called to the Bar
Trial by Jury: 5: Swear Thou the Jury!
Trial by Jury: 6: Where Is the Plaintiff?
Trial by Jury: 7: Oh, Never, Never, Never
Trial by Jury: 8: May It Please You My Lud
Trial by Jury: 9: That She Is Reeling
Trial by Jury: A nice dilemma we have here
Trial by Jury: All hail great judge
Trial by Jury: But I submit, m'lud
Trial by Jury: Comes the broken flower
Trial by Jury: Finale “O joy unbounded”
Trial by Jury: For these kind words
Trial by Jury: Hark the hour of ten is sounding
Trial by Jury: I love him; I smoke like a furnace
Trial by Jury: In this the court of the exchequer
Trial by Jury: May it please you, my lud
Trial by Jury: Now jurymen, hear my advice
Trial by Jury: O'er the season vernal
Trial by Jury: Oh gentlemen, listen, I pray
Trial by Jury: Oh joy unbounded
Trial by Jury: Oh never never never
Trial by Jury: Oh, I was like that
Trial by Jury: Swear thou, the jury!
Trial by Jury: That she is reeling
Trial by Jury: The question, gentlemen
Trial by Jury: When first my old, old love I knew
Trial by Jury: When I, good friends
Trial By Jury: When I, Good Friends, Was Called to the Bar
Trio: 'In sailing o'er'
Trio: 'My eyes are fully opened'
Tripping hither, tripping thither
Ultimate Gilbert and Sullivan, The
Utopia Limited (1975 D’Oyly Carte cast)
Utopia Limited or the Flowers of Progress: An Original Comic Opera in Two Acts
Utopia Limited, Act 1 (Finale) Although Your Royal Summons to Appear
Utopia Limited, Act 1: A King of Autocratic Power We
Utopia Limited, Act 1: Ah! Gallant Soldier
Utopia Limited, Act 1: Although of Native Maids the Cream
Utopia Limited, Act 1: Bold-Faced Ranger
Utopia Limited, Act 1: First You're Born
Utopia Limited, Act 1: In Every Mental Lore
Utopia Limited, Act 1: It's Understood, I Think
Utopia Limited, Act 1: Let All Your Doubts Take Wing
Utopia Limited, Act 1: Oh, Admirable Art
Utopia Limited, Act 1: Oh, Maiden Rich
Utopia Limited, Act 1: Quaff the Nectar
Utopia Limited, Act 1: Subjected to Your Heavenly Gaze
Utopia Limited, Act 1: What These May Be
Utopia Limited, Act II (Finale) There's a Little Group of Isles
Utopia Limited, Act II: A Wonderful Joy Our Eyes to Bless
Utopia Limited, Act II: Ah, Lady Sophy
Utopia Limited, Act II: Drawing-Room Music
Utopia Limited, Act II: Eagle High on Cloudland Soaring
Utopia Limited, Act II: Entrance of Court
Utopia Limited, Act II: Graceful Dance / Tarantella
Utopia Limited, Act II: If You Think That When Banded
Utopia Limited, Act II: Oh, the Rapture Unrestrained
Utopia Limited, Act II: Oh, Would Some Demon Power / When but a Maid
Utopia Limited, Act II: Oh, Zara! / A Tenor, All Singers Above
Utopia Limited, Act II: Society Has Quite Forsaken
Utopia Limited, Act II: Then I May Sing and Play?
Utopia Limited, Act II: Upon Our Sea-Girt Land
Utopia Limited, Act II: With Fury Deep We Burn
Utopia Limited, Act II: With Wily Brain
Utopia Limited, Act II: Words of Love Too Loudly Spoken
Utopia Limited: Act I. “A king of autocratic power we” (King, Chorus)
Utopia Limited: Act I. “Ah! gallant soldier, brave and true” (Chorus, Zara, Captain FitzBattleaxe)
Utopia Limited: Act I. “Altho’ of native maids the cream” (Nekaya, Kalyba)
Utopia Limited: Act I. “Bold-fac’d ranger” (Lady Sophy, Chorus)
Utopia Limited: Act I. “First you’re born” (King, Scaphio, Phantis)
Utopia Limited: Act I. “In every mental lore” (Scaphio, Phantis, Chorus)
Utopia Limited: Act I. “In lazy languor” (Phylla, Chorus)
Utopia Limited: Act I. “It’s understood, I think” (Zara, Captain FitzBattleaxe, Scaphio, Phantis)
Utopia Limited: Act I. “Let all your doubts take wing” (Scaphio, Phantis)
Utopia Limited: Act I. “O admirable art!” (Zara, Captain FitzBattleaxe)
Utopia Limited: Act I. “O maiden rich in Girton lore” (Chorus, Zara, Captain FitzBattleaxe)
Utopia Limited: Act I. “O make way for the wise men!” (Chorus)
Utopia Limited: Act I. “Quaff the nectar” (Chorus)
Utopia Limited: Act I. “Subjected to your heavenly gaze” (Lady Sophy, King)
Utopia Limited: Act I. Finale “A company promoter this, with special education”
Utopia Limited: Act I. Finale “Altho’ your royal summons to appear”
Utopia Limited: Act I. Introduction
Utopia Limited: Act II. “A wonderful joy our eyes to bless” (Mr. Goldbury)
Utopia Limited: Act II. “Ah, Lady Sophy” (King, Lady Sophy)
Utopia Limited: Act II. “If you think that when banded in unity” (King, Scaphio, Phantis)
Utopia Limited: Act II. “O rapture unrestrained” (King, Lady Sophy)
Utopia Limited: Act II. “Oh, would some demon power… When but a maid of fifteen year” (Lady Sophy)
Utopia Limited: Act II. “Oh, Zara… A tenor, all singers above” (Captain FitzBattleaxe)
Utopia Limited: Act II. “Society has quite forsaken all” (King, Chorus of Flowers of Progress)
Utopia Limited: Act II. “Then I may sing and play?” (Nekaya, Kalyba, Lord Dramaleigh, mr. Goldbury)
Utopia Limited: Act II. “This ceremonial our wish displays… Eagle high on cloudland soaring” (King, Chorus)
Utopia Limited: Act II. “With fury deep we burn” (Scaphio, Phantis)
Utopia Limited: Act II. “With wily brain upon the spot” (Tarara, Phantis, Scaphio)
Utopia Limited: Act II. “Words of love too loudly spoken” (Zara, Captain FitzBattleaxe)
Utopia Limited: Act II. Drawing-Room Music
Utopia Limited: Act II. Entrance of Court
Utopia Limited: Act II. Finale “There’s a little group of isles beyond the wave”
Utopia Limited: Act II. Tarantella “Upon our sea-girt land” (Chorus)
Utopia Limited: Imperial March
Very Best of Gilbert & Sullivan, The
Vintage Collection: Iolanthe / Pineapple Poll
Vintage Favourites
Vintage Gilbert & Sullivan
Wand'ring Minstrel - The Mikado, A
Wand'ring Minstrel I from 'The Mikado', A
Wand'ring Minstrel I, A
Wand'ring Minstrel I, From "The Mikado", A
wandering minstrel I (The Mikado), A
Wandering Minstrel, I, A
Wandering Minstrell, Three Little Maids, Mikado
We Sail The Ocean Blue
We Sail the Ocean Blue From 'H.M.S. Pinafore'
We Sail the Ocean Blue... I'm Called Little Buttercup (H.M.S. Pinafore)
We Shall Sail the Ocean Blue
We're Called Gondolieri
We're called Gondolieri (The Gondoliers)
Were I Thy Bride (The Yeoman of the Guard)
Were you not Ko-Ko plighted (The Mikado)
Were You Not to Ko-Ko Plighted
What Is the Love That Dare Not Speak It's Name?
What Ought We to Do / How Beautiful the Sky
What Ought We To Do?
When a Felon's Not Engaged
When A Felon's Not Engaged from 'The Pirates of Penzance'
When a Felon's Not Engaged in His Employment
When a Felon's Not Engaged in His Employment (The Pirates of Penzance)
When a Forman Bears His Steel
When a Merry Maiden Marries
When a Merry Maiden Marries - The Gondoliers
When a Merry Maiden Marries (The Gondoliers)
When All Night Long
When Britain Really Ruled the Waves
When Britain Really Ruled the Waves (Iolanthe)
When darkly looms the day
When Fred'ric Was a Little Lad
When Fred'ric Was A Little Lad from 'The Pirates of Penzance'
When Frederic Was a Little Lad
When he is here (The Sorcerer)
When I go out of door (Patience)
When I Marry
When I Put This Uniform On
When I Was A Lad
When I was a Lad - HMS Pinafore
When I Was a Lad (H.M.S. Pinafore)
When I Was a Lad I Served a Term
When I Was A Lad I Served A Term from H.M.F. Pinafore'
When I went to the bar
When I went to the Bar - Iolanthe
When I Went To The Bar As A Very Young Man from 'Iolanthe'
When Maiden Loves She Sits and Sighs
When Maiden Loves, She Sits And Sighs from 'The Yeoman Of The Guard'
When Our Gallant Norman Foes
When the Foeman Bares His Steel
When the Foreman Bares his Steel - Pirates of Penzance
When you find you're a broken-down critter (The Grand Duke)
When You Had Left Our Pirate Fold
When You're Lying Awake With A Dismal Headache from 'Iolanthe'
Will Kiss Thy Mouth, Jokanaan, I
With a Cat-Like Tread
With Cat Like Tread
With Cat-Like Tread
With Cat-Like Tread From 'Pirates of Penzance'
With Cat-Like Tread, Upon Our Prey We Steal
With Catlike Tread (The Pirates of Penzance)
With Catlike Tread, Upon Our Prey We Steal
With Strephon for Your Foe
World of Gilbert & Sullivan, The
Yeomen of the Guard (1964 D’Oyly Carte cast) / Trial by Jury (1963 D’Oyly Carte cast), The
Yeomen of the Guard (Glyndebourne Festival Chorus, Pro Arte Orchestra feat. conductor: Sir Malcolm Sargent), The
Yeomen of the Guard / Trial by Jury, The
Yeomen of the Guard: "A man who would woo a fair maid" (Act II), The
Yeomen of the Guard: "Hereupon we're both agreed" (Act II), The
Yeomen of the Guard: "I've jibe and joke and quip and crank" (Act I), The
Yeomen of the Guard: "When a wooer goes a-wooing" (Act II), The
Yeomen of the Guard: “I have a song to sing O!”, The
Yeomen of the Guard: A Man Who Would Woo a Fair Maid, The
Yeomen of the Guard: Act I. “’Tis done, I am a bride!”, The
Yeomen of the Guard: Act I. “’Tis done! I am a bride” (Elsie), The
Yeomen of the Guard: Act I. “Alas, I waver to and fro” (Phœbe, Leonard, Meryll), The
Yeomen of the Guard: Act I. “Alas! I waver to and fro!”, The
Yeomen of the Guard: Act I. “Here’s a man of jollity” (Crowd), The
Yeomen of the Guard: Act I. “Here’s a man of jollity”, The
Yeomen of the Guard: Act I. “How say you maiden” (Lieutenant, Point, Elsie), The
Yeomen of the Guard: Act I. “How say you, maiden, will you wed”, The
Yeomen of the Guard: Act I. “I have a song to sing, O!” (Elsie, Point, Crowd), The
Yeomen of the Guard: Act I. “I have a song to sing, O!”, The
Yeomen of the Guard: Act I. “I’ve jibe and joke and quip and crank”, The
Yeomen of the Guard: Act I. “I’ve jibe and joke” (Point), The
Yeomen of the Guard: Act I. “Is life a boon?” (Fairfax), The
Yeomen of the Guard: Act I. “Is life a boon?”, The
Yeomen of the Guard: Act I. “Oh, Sergeant Meryll, is it true?” (Yeomen, Meryll, Fairfax, Phœbe, Wilfred, People, Elsie, Lieutenant, Dame Carruthers, Point), The
Yeomen of the Guard: Act I. “Oh, Sergeant Meryll, is it true”, The
Yeomen of the Guard: Act I. “Tower warders, under orders” (People, Yeomen of the Guard, Second Yeoman), The
Yeomen of the Guard: Act I. “Tower warders, under orders”, The
Yeomen of the Guard: Act I. “Were I thy bride” (Phœbe), The
Yeomen of the Guard: Act I. “Were I thy bride”, The
Yeomen of the Guard: Act I. “When a maiden loves” (Phœbe), The
Yeomen of the Guard: Act I. “When maiden loves, she sits and sighs”, The
Yeomen of the Guard: Act I. “When our gallant Norman foes” (Dame Carruthers, Yeoman), The
Yeomen of the Guard: Act I. “When our gallant Norman foes”, The
Yeomen of the Guard: Act II. “A man who would woo a fair maid” (Fairfax, Elsie, Phœbe), The
Yeomen of the Guard: Act II. “A man who would woo a fair maid”, The
Yeomen of the Guard: Act II. “A private buffoon is a light-hearted loon” (Point), The
Yeomen of the Guard: Act II. “Comes the pretty young bride” (All), The
Yeomen of the Guard: Act II. “Comes the pretty young bride”, The
Yeomen of the Guard: Act II. “Free from his fetters grim” (Fairfax), The
Yeomen of the Guard: Act II. “Free from his fetters grim”, The
Yeomen of the Guard: Act II. “Hark! What was that, sir?” (Meryll, Fairfax, Yeomen, People, Lieutenant, Wilfred, Point, Elsie, Phœbe), The
Yeomen of the Guard: Act II. “Hark! What was that, sir?”, The
Yeomen of the Guard: Act II. “Here-upon we’re both agreed” (Point, Wilfred), The
Yeomen of the Guard: Act II. “Hereupon we’re both agreed”, The
Yeomen of the Guard: Act II. “Night has spread her pall once more” (People, Dame Carruthers, Yeomen), The
Yeomen of the Guard: Act II. “Night has spread her pall once more”, The
Yeomen of the Guard: Act II. “Oh! a private buffoon is a light-hearted loon”, The
Yeomen of the Guard: Act II. “Rapture, rapture!” (Dame Carruthers, Meryll), The
Yeomen of the Guard: Act II. “Rapture, rapture”, The
Yeomen of the Guard: Act II. “Strange adventure!” (Kate, Dame Carruthers, Fairfax, Meryll), The
Yeomen of the Guard: Act II. “Strange adventure!”, The
Yeomen of the Guard: Act II. “When a wooer goes a-wooing” (Elsie, Fairfax, Point, Phœbe), The
Yeomen of the Guard: Act II. “When a wooer goes a-wooing”, The
Yeomen of the Guard: Hereupon We're Both Agreed, The
Yeomen of the Guard: I Have a Song to Sing, O!, The
Yeomen of the Guard: Is Life a Boon?, The
Yeomen of the Guard: Overture, The
Yeomen of the Guard: Strange Adventure, The
Yeomen of the Guard: Tower Warders Under Orders, The
Yeomen of the Guard: Tower Warders, Under Orders, The
Yeomen of the Guard: When a Wooer Goes Wooing, The
Yeomen of the Guard: When Maiden Loves, She Sits and Sighs, The
Yeomen of the Guard: When Our Gallant Norman Foes, The
Yeomen of the Guard: Where I Thy Bride, The
You Triumph Now
You understand? I think I do (Ruddigore)
Young Man, Despair
Young Man, Despair, Likewise Go To
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