Category: Symphonic Metal

No. 16. Trio - Gilbert & Sullivan, Sir Malcolm Sargent, George Baker (3), John Cameron (10), Richard Lewis (3), Owen Brannigan, James Milligan, Elsie Morison, Marjorie Thomas, Monica Sinclair - HMS Pinafore/Trial By Jury (Cassette)

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  1. The Story of Gilbert and Sullivan is a British technicolor film that dramatises the story of the collaboration between W. S. Gilbert and Arthur Sullivan. Gilbert and Sullivan wrote 14 comic operas, later referred to as the Savoy Operas, which became the most popular series of musical entertainments of the Victorian era and are still popular today.
  2. Jan 01,  · IOLANTHE (or The Peer and the Peri) Librettist: Sir William Schwenk (W.S.) Gilbert Composer: Sir Arthur Sullivan First performance: Savoy Theatre, London, 25 November “Iolanthe”, Gilbert.
  3. Sullivan: The Mikado or The Town of Titipu, Act 2: No. 24, Finale, "For he's gone and married Yum-Yum The threatened cloud" (Pitti-Sing, Ko-Ko, Nanki-Poo, Yum-Yum, Others) - Marjorie Thomas/Sir Geraint Evans/Richard Lewis/Elsie Morison/Owen Brannigan/Ian Wallace/John Cameron/Jeannette Sinclair/Monica Sinclair/Glyndebourne Chorus/Pro Arte Orchestra/Sir Malcolm Sargent.
  4. Lord Chancellor - George Baker Mountararat - Darrell Fancourt Tolloller - Derek Oldham Private Willis - Sydney Granville Strephon - Leslie Rands Fairy Queen - Bertha Lewis Iolanthe - Nellie Briercliffe Celia - Alice Moxon Leila - Nellie Walker Phyllis - Winifred Lawson Chorus and Light Opera Orchestra [D'Oyly Carte] Malcolm Sargent, conductor.
  5. Gilbert and Sullivan () cast and crew credits, including actors, actresses, directors, writers and more.
  6. Libretto by Sir Francis Cowley Burnand. First performed at St. George's Hall, London, 18 December. Overture 'Marmion' After Scott's narrative poem. First performed at St. James's Hall, 3 June. Review of the first performance from The Times. Full score published by The Amber Ring. (Also includes score of the Imperial March. Parts also available.
  7. 5. HMS Pinafore (or, The Lass that Loved a Sailor), Act II: Farewell my own (Ralph, Josephine, Sir Joseph, Boatswain, Dick, Hebe, Buttercup, Relatives, Sailors) - Richard Lewis/Elsie Morison/George Baker/James Milligan/Owen Brannigan/Marjorie Thomas/Monica Sinclair/Glyndebourne Chorus/Peter Gellhorn/Pro Arte Orchestra/Sir Malcolm Sargent.

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