Sir Arthur Sullivan (composer)

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Appearances

Date Title Artist Length
arranger
It came upon the midnight clear Choir of King’s College, Cambridge 3:33
It Came Upon the Midnight Clear (arr. Sir Arthur Sullivan)
It Came Upon the Midnight Clear ("Noel" version)
It Came Upon the Midnight Clear (arr. Sullivan, descants Marlow)
composer
The Mikado (Glyndebourne Festival Chorus, Pro Arte Orchestra feat. conductor: Sir Malcolm Sargent) Gilbert & Sullivan
The Mikado (Glyndebourne Festival Chorus, Pro Arte Orchestra feat. conductor: Sir Malcolm Sargent) Gilbert & Sullivan
The Pirates of Penzance: Revamped and Revisited Adrian D. Holmes
1861 The Tempest
1861 – 1862 The Tempest: No. 1. Introduction
1861 – 1862 The Tempest: No. 4. Prelude to Act III
1861 – 1862 The Tempest: No. 6. Banquet Dance
1861 – 1862 The Tempest: No. 7. Overture to Act IV
1861 – 1862 The Tempest: No. 10. Dance of Nymphs and Reapers
1861 – 1862 The Tempest: No. 11. Prelude to Act V
1861 – 1862 The Tempest: No. 12c. Epilogue
1863 – 1866 Symphony in E major "Irish"
1863 – 1866 Symphony in E major "Irish": I. Andante - Allegro, ma non troppo vivace
1863 – 1866 Symphony in E major "Irish": II. Andante espressivo
1863 – 1866 Symphony in E major "Irish": III. Allegretto - Moderato - Tempo primo
1863 – 1866 Symphony in E major "Irish": IV. Allegro vivace e con brio
1864 L'Île enchantée
1864 L'Île enchantée: No. 2. Dance of Nymphs and Satyrs - Pas de Châles
1866 In memoriam
1871 Onward Christian Soldiers (with added rap lyrics)
1871 Onward Christian Soldiers (version included in “The Music of God’s Family” medley)
1871 Onward, Christian Soldiers
1871 The Merchant of Venice
1872 Come Ye Faithful, Raise The Strain (Hymn set to tune 'St Kevin')
1872 Te Deum
1872 Te Deum: O Lord, save Thy people (soprano, chorus)
1872 Te Deum: The Glorious Company of the Apostles (chorus)
1872 Te Deum: To Thee Cherubim (soprano, chorus)
1872 Te Deum: Vouchsafe, O Lord (chorus)
1872 Te Deum: We believe that Thou shalt come (chorus)
1872 Te Deum: We praise Thee, O God (chorus)
1872 Te Deum: When Thou tookest upon Thee (soprano)
1872 – 1873 The Light of the World (1873 original 41/42 movement score)
1875 Trial by Jury
1876 My Dearest Heart
1880 The Martyr of Antioch
1881 Patience
1886 The Golden Legend
1890 – 1891 Ivanhoe
1893 Imperial March
1899 The Rose of Persia
– 1892 Haddon Hall
5 Shakespeare Songs
5 Shakespeare Songs: No. 1, Orpheus with His Lute
5 Shakespeare Songs: No. 2, O Mistress Mine
5 Shakespeare Songs: No. 3, Sigh No. More, Ladies
5 Shakespeare Songs: No. 4, The Willow Song
5 Shakespeare Songs: No. 5, Rosalind
A Life That Lives for You
A Sullivan Fantasy (for Brass Band)
Absent-Minded Beggar March (for brass band)
An Idyll
Arabian Love Song
Bid Me at Least Good-Bye (Version for Voice & Piano)
Birds in the Night
Cello Concerto in D major
Cello Concerto in D major: I. Allegro moderato
Cello Concerto in D major: II. Andante espressivo
Cello Concerto in D major: III. Molto vivace
Coming Home
County Guy
Cox and Box
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: “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)
Cox and Box: Overture
E tu nol sai (Version for Voice & Piano)
Edward Gray
Ever
Forward Joe Soap’s Army (set to the tune of "Onward, Christian Soldiers")
Golden Days
Guinevere
H.M.S. Pinafore
H.M.S. Pinafore: Act I
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) (aka I Am The Captain of the Pinafore)
H.M.S. Pinafore: Act I, no. 9, “When I Was a Lad” (Sir Joseph)
H.M.S. Pinafore: Act II
H.M.S. Pinafore: Act II, No. 21, Finale, "Oh Joy, Oh Rapture Unforeseen"
H.M.S. Pinafore: Grand Fantasia (arr. unknown; used for BBC Proms)
H.M.S. Pinafore: Grand Selection (arr. unknown; used for BBC Proms)
H.M.S. Pinafore: Overture
Haddon Hall, act II
Haddon Hall, act III
Haddon Hall, act III. No. 2 “Queen of the Garden”
Haddon Hall: Grand Fantasia (arr. unknown; used for BBC Proms)
Haddon Hall: Grand Selection (arr. unknown; used for BBC Proms)
Henry VIII
I Am the Very Model of a Cartoon Individual
I Wish to Tune My Quiv'ring Lyre
I Would I Were a King
I've got a little list (w/ add’l lyrics by Kit Hesketh-Harvey)
Ich möchte hinaus es jauchzen
Iolanthe
Iolanthe: Act I
Iolanthe: Act I, No.6 Chorus, "Loudly let the Trumpets Bray", (Peers)
Iolanthe: Act II
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 (arr. unknown; used for BBC Proms)
Iolanthe: Overture
Iolanthe: When You're Lying Awake
Ivanhoe: Act II
Let Me Dream Again
Lied mit Thränen halbgeschrieben
Love Laid His Sleepless Head
Macbeth
Macbeth: Overture
Mary Morison
Mikado Memories
None But I Can Say
O Israel
O Swallow, Swallow
Oh! Ma charmante
Old Love Letters
Once Again
Overture di Ballo
Patience: Act 1, No. 3, The Soldiers of our Queen (Chorus of Dragoons)
Patience: Grand Fantasia (arr. unknown; used for BBC Proms)
Patience: Overture
Pineapple Poll (ballet suite, arr. Sir Charles Mackerras)
Pineapple Poll Suite (for band, Duthoit)
Pineapple Poll Suite: I. Opening Number (for band, Duthoit)
Pineapple Poll Suite: II. Jasper's Dance (for band, Duthoit)
Pineapple Poll Suite: III. Poll's Dance (for band, Duthoit)
Pineapple Poll Suite: IV. Finale (for band, Duthoit)
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. Jasper’s Solo
Pineapple Poll: Scene II. Poll’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
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)
Princess Ida (Gilbert & Sullivan opera)
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. “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: Overture
Procession March
Ruddigore
Ruddigore: Act I
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. “From the briny sea… I shipp’d, d’ye see” (Richard, Chorus)
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 I. Finale “Hail the bride of seventeen summers”
Ruddigore: Act I. Finale “Hold, bride and bridegroom”
Ruddigore: Act I. Hornpipe
Ruddigore: Act II
Ruddigore: Act II. “Away, Remorse!” (Sir Ruthven)
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. “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: Act II. Finale “Oh, happy the lily when kiss’d by the bee”
Ruddigore: Act II. Melodrame
Ruddigore: Overture
Ruddigore: Overture (original version)
Sad Memories
Sleep, My Love, Sleep
St. Agnes’ Eve
Suite from Pineapple Poll
Suite no. 1 from Victoria and Merrie England
Sweet Day, So Cool
Sweethearts
Tears, Idle Tears
The Distant Shore
The Elements (Names of chemical elements to tune of "Modern Major General")
The Emerald Isle (The Caves of Carig-Cleena)
The Emerald Isle: Grand Fantasia (arr. unknown; used for BBC Proms)
The Gondoliers
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: "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: "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: "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: "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 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: "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: "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, Act II: “Once More Gondolieri” (Company)
The Gondoliers: Act I
The Gondoliers: Act I: "For the Merriest Fellows Are We" (Antonio, 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: "Then One of Us Will Be a Queen" (Marco, Giuseppe, Gianetta, Tessa)
The Gondoliers: Act I: "We're Called Gondolieri" (Marco, Giuseppe)
The Gondoliers: Act I: no. 9a. “When a Merry Maiden Marries” (Tessa)
The Gondoliers: Act II
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: “In a Contemplative Fashion” (Gianetta, Tessa, Marco, Giuseppe)
The Gondoliers: Grand Fantasia (arr. unknown; used for BBC Proms)
The Gondoliers: Grand Selection (arr. unknown; used for BBC Proms)
The Gondoliers: Overture
The Grand Duke
The Grand Duke: Overture
The Light of the World “Andante pastorale” (solo organ)
The Long Day Closes (19th century song)
The Lost Chord (for organ, Rawsthorne)
The Lost Chord
The Lost Chord (for brass, Langford)
The Martyr of Antioch: Scene I, no. 2b “Come Margarita, Come”
The Merchant of Venice: No. 2, Barcarole "Nel ciel seren" (Version for Voice & Piano)
The Mikado
The Mikado: Act I
The Mikado: Act I, No 1, Men’s Chorus, “If you want to Know who we are”
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) (I’ve got a little list)
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 I, no. 10, “I Am So Proud” (Pooh-Bah, Ko-Ko and Pish-Tush)
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. 11, Finale Act I (Ensemble)
The Mikado: Act II
The Mikado: Act II, no 24. Finale Act II (Ensemble)
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) (willow, tit-willow)
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, “For He’s Gone and Married Yum-Yum” (Ensemble)
The Mikado: Act II, no. 24, “The Threatened Cloud Has Passed Away” (Ensemble)
The Mikado: Grand Fantasia (arr. unknown; used for BBC Proms)
The Mikado: Overture
The Pirates of Penzance
The Pirates of Penzance: Act I
The Pirates of Penzance: Act I, no. 1. "Pour, oh pour, the pirate sherry"
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 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 II
The Pirates of Penzance: Act II, no. 15. "Oh, dry the glist’ning tear"
The Pirates of Penzance: Act II, no. 22. “Stay, Fred’ric stay!”
The 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: Act II, no. 27. “Hush! Hush! Not a word”
The Pirates of Penzance: Act II, no. 28. Finale.
The Pirates of Penzance: Grand Fantasia (arr. unknown; used for BBC Proms)
The Pirates of Penzance: Overture
The 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 - Hasan, the Sultan with his Court approaches
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 - 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 2: From Morning Prayer the Sultan of Persia comes! (Chorus)
The Rose of Persia, Act 2: If you or I should tell the truth (Girls)
The Rose of Persia, Act 2: Oh, what is love? (Desire)
The Rose of Persia, Act I
The Rose of Persia, act I: No. 9b “I care not if the cup I hold”
The Rose of Persia, Act II
The Sailor’s Grave
The Song of the Wrens
The Sorcerer
The Sorcerer: Act I
The 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. “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 I. “With heart and with voice” (Chorus)
The Sorcerer: Act I. Finale “Now to the banquet we press”
The Sorcerer: Act II
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. “Dear friends, take pity on my lot” (Constance, Notary, Aline, Alexis, Chorus)
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. Finale “Or he or I must die”
The Sorcerer: Overture
The Tempest, Op. 1: No. 13, Where the Bee Sucks (Version for Voice & Piano)
The Window "The Songs of the Wrens": No. 1, On the Hill
The Window "The Songs of the Wrens": No. 2, At the Window
The Window "The Songs of the Wrens": No. 3, Gone!
The Window "The Songs of the Wrens": No. 4, Winter
The Window "The Songs of the Wrens": No. 5, Spring
The Window "The Songs of the Wrens": No. 6, The Letter
The Window "The Songs of the Wrens": No. 7, No. Answer (The Mist and the Rain)
The Window "The Songs of the Wrens": No. 8, No. Answer (Winds Are Loud and You Are Dumb)
The Window "The Songs of the Wrens": No. 9, The Answer
The Window "The Songs of the Wrens": No. 10, When?
The Window "The Songs of the Wrens": No. 11, Marriage Morning
The 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 Yeomen of the Guard
The Yeomen of the Guard: Act I
The Yeomen of the Guard: Act I. "When our gallane Norman foes" (Dame Carruthers, Yeomen)
The Yeomen of the Guard: Act I. “Is Life a Boon?” (Fairfax)
The Yeomen of the Guard: Act II
The Yeomen of the Guard: Act II. "Hereupon we're both agreed" (Point, Wilfred)
The Yeomen of the Guard: Grand Fantasia
The Yeomen of the Guard: Grand Selection (arr. unknown; used for BBC Proms)
The Yeomen of the Guard: Overture
The Young Mother
The Zoo: “And now let’s go back to where we were… Ah maiden fair”
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: “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 Zoo: Finale “What do I see in this disguise?”
The Zoo: Introduction (Narrator)
Thou’rt Passing Hence
Utopia, Limited
What Does Little Birdie Say?
Will He Come?
Yes, Brothers Warner We
lyricist
The Mikado: Act I, no. 5, “Behold the Lord High Executioner” (Ko-Ko and Men)
revised by
1862 The Tempest
writer
Onward Christian Soldiers (Piano Arrangement by Jon Schmidt)