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composer: Sir Arthur Sullivan
librettist: Sir William Gilbert (librettist)
part of: Ruddigore
parts: Ruddigore: Act I. Finale “Hail the bride of seventeen summers”
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: Overture