Gilbert and Sullivan Operettas Sargent

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Year Released 2001

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Credits

Label

EMI

Composer

Gilbert, William Schwenk

Composer

Sullivan, Arthur Seymour

Additional Information

Status

Out of Print

Catalogue Number

7243 5 74468 2 2

UPC Bar Code

724357446822

Number of Disc

16

Disc Issued in

International Edition

Disc Made in

European Union

Liner Notes

English

Stereo/Mono Recording

Stereo

Studio/Live Recording

Studio

Issued Date

2001

Series

Budget Box Sets

Producer

Anderson, Ronald Kinloch

Producer

Andry, Peter

Producer

Culverhouse, Brian B.

Producer

Bicknell, David

Producer

Leppard, R.

Producer

Keener, Andrew

Engineer

Davidson, Harold

Engineer

Huntley, Edward

Engineer

Dillnutt, Francis

Engineer

Eltham, Stuart

Engineer

Parker, Christopher

Engineer

Culverhouse, Brian B.

Engineer

Clements, Mike

Label

EMI

Composer

Gilbert, William Schwenk

Composer

Sullivan, Arthur Seymour

Track Listing

CD 1
Track 1

Overture

Choir

Glyndebourne Festival Chorus

Recording Date

1958

Title

HMS Pinafore, The Lass that Loved a Sailor

Chorus Master

Gellhorn, Peter

Orchestra

Pro Arte Orchestra

Hebe

Thomas, Marjorie

Conductor

Sargent, Malcolm

Boatswain

Milligan, James

Sir Joseph Porter

Baker, George

Ralph Rackstraw

Lewis, Richard

Captain Corcoran

Cameron, John

Dick Deadeye

Brannigan, Owen

Josephine

Morison, Elsie

Little Buttercup

Sinclair, Monica

Track 2

We sail the ocean blue

Track 3

Hail, men-o'war's men

Track 4

I'm called Little Buttercup

Track 5

But tell me, who's the youth

Track 6

THe nightingale sighed for the moon's bright ray

Track 7

A maiden fair to see

Track 8

My gallant crew, good morning

Track 9

I am the captain of the Pinafore

Track 10

Sir, you are sad

Track 11

Sorry her lot who loves too well

Track 12

Over the bright blue sea

Track 13

I am the monarch of the sea

Track 14

When I was a lad I served a term

Track 15

A British tar is a souring soul

Track 16

Refrain, audacious tar

Track 17

Can I survive this overbearing

Track 18

Oh joy, oh rapture unforseen

Track 19

This very night

Track 20

Let's give three cheers

Track 21

Entracte

Track 22

Fir moon to thee I sing

Track 23

Thing are seldom what they seem

Track 24

The hours creep on apace

CD 2
Track 1

Never mind the why and wherefore

Track 2

Kind Captain, I've important information

Track 3

Carefully on tiptoe stealing

Track 4

Pretty daughter of mine

Track 5

Farewell my own

Track 6

A many years ago

Track 7

Oh joy, oh rapture unforseen

Track 8

Hark, the hour of ten is sounding

Chorus Master

Gellhorn, Peter

Choir

Glyndebourne Festival Chorus

Recording Date

1960

Title

Trial by Jury

Foreman of the Jury

Turgeon, Bernard

The Defendant

Lewis, Richard

Conductor

Sargent, Malcolm

Orchestra

Pro Arte Orchestra

The Learned Judge

Baker, George

The Plaintiff

Morison, Elsie

Counsel for the Plaintiff

Cameron, John

Usher

Brannigan, Owen

Track 9

Now jurymen hear my advice

Track 10

Is this the Court of the Exchequer?

Track 11

When first my old, old love I knew

Track 12

Silence in Court... All hail great Judge

Track 13

When I, good friends, was called to the Bar

Track 14

Swear thou the jury

Track 15

Where is the plaintiff?

Track 16

Comes the broken flower

Track 17

Oh, never, never , never

Track 18

May it please you, my Lud!

Track 19

That she is reeling is plain to me

Track 20

Oh, gentlemen, listen, I pray

Track 21

That seems a reasonable proposition

Track 22

A nice dilemma we have here

Track 23

I love him, I love him

Track 24

The question, gentlemen, is one of liquor

Track 25

Oh joy unbounded

CD 3
Track 1

Overture

Choir

Glyndebourne Festival Chorus

Recording Date

1959

Title

The Pirates of Penzance

Chorus Master

Gellhorn, Peter

Mabel

Morison, Elsie

Edith

Harper, Heather

Kate

Thomas, Marjorie

Ruth

Sinclair, Monica

Frederick

Lewis, Richard

Orchestra

Pro Arte Orchestra

Conductor

Sargent, Malcolm

Major-General Stanley

Baker, George

Samuel

Cameron, John

Sergeant of Police

Brannigan, Owen

The Pirate King

Milligan, James

Track 2

Pour, oh pour the pirate sherry

Track 3

When Frederic was a little lad

Track 4

Oh, better far to live and die

Track 5

Oh, false one, you have deceived me!

Track 6

What shall I do?... Climbing over rocky mountain

Track 7

Stop, ladies, pray!

Track 8

Oh, is there not one maiden breast?

Track 9

Oh, sisters, deaf to pity's name

Track 10

Poor wandering one

Track 11

What ought we to do?

Track 12

Stay, we must not lose our senses

Track 13

Here's a first rate opportunity

Track 14

Hold, monsters!

Track 15

I am the very model of a modern Major-General

Track 16

Oh, men of dark and dismal fate

Track 17

I'm telling a terrible story

Track 18

O master, hear one word

Track 19

Pray observe the magnanimity

CD 4
Track 1

Oh, dry the glistening tear

Track 2

Now, Frederic, let your escort lion-hearted

Track 3

When the foeman bears his steel

Track 4

Now for the pirates' lair

Track 5

Young Frederic!

Track 6

When you had left our pirate fold

Track 7

Away, away! my heart's on fire

Track 8

All is prepared

Track 9

Stay, Frederic, stay!

Track 10

Ah, leave me not to pine

Track 11

In 1940 I of age shall be

Track 12

No, I'll be brave!

Track 13

Though in body and in mind

Track 14

When a felon's not engaged in his employment

Track 15

A rollicking band of pirates we

Track 16

With cat-like tread

Track 17

Hush, hush! not a word

Track 18

Softly sighing to the river

Track 19

Now what is this, and what is that

Track 20

Frederic here! Oh joy!

Track 21

The Sorcerer

Recording Date

1960

Title

Overtures

Orchestra

Pro Arte Orchestra

Conductor

Sargent, Malcolm

Track 22

Cox and Box

Track 23

Princess Ida

Track 24

Sullivan: Overture in C Major ( In memoriam )

Recording Date

1971

Conductor

Dunn, Vivian

Orchestra

City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra

CD 5
Track 1

Overture

Recording Date

1961

Operetta

Patience, Bunthorne's Bride

Choral Master

Gellhorn, Peter

Choir

Glyndebourne Festival Chorus

The Lady Ella

Harper, Heather

Colonel Calverley

Shaw, John

The Lady Angela

Thomas, Marjorie

The Lady Saphir

Harwood, Elizabeth

Major Murgatroyd

Anthony, Trevor

Reginald Bunthorne

Baker, George

Patience

Morison, Elsie

Conductor

Sargent, Malcolm

Orchestra

Pro Arte Orchestra

Lieutenant the Duke of Dunstable

Young, Alexander

Archibald Grosvenor

Cameron, John

The Lady Jane

Sinclair, Monica

Track 2

Twenty lovesick maidens we

Track 3

Still brooding on their mad infatuation

Track 4

I cannot tell what this love may be

Track 5

The soldiers of our Queen

Track 6

In a doleful train

Track 7

When I first put this uniform on

Track 8

Am I alone and unobserved?

Track 9

Long years ago, fourteen maybe

Track 10

Prithee pretty maiden

Track 11

Let the merry cymbals sound

Track 12

Now tell us, we pray you

Track 13

Your maiden hearts

Track 14

Come walk up and purchase with avidity

Track 15

True love must single-hearted be

Track 16

I hear the soft note... But who is this?

CD 6
Track 1

On such eyes as maidens cherish

Track 2

Sad is that woman's lot

Track 3

Turn, oh turn in this direction

Track 4

A magnet hung in a hardware shop

Track 5

Love is a plaintive song

Track 6

So go to him and say to him

Track 7

It's clear that medieval art alone retains its zest

Track 8

If Saphir I choose to marry

Track 9

When I go out of door

Track 10

I'm a Waterloo House young man

Track 11

After much debate internal

Track 12

Andante

Title

Symphony in E Major, Irish

Recording Date

1968

Conductor

Groves, Charles

Orchestra

Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra

Track 13

Andante espressivo

Track 14

Allegretto

Track 15

Allegro vivace e con brio

CD 7
Track 1

Overture

Recording Date

1958

Choir

Glyndebourne Festival Chorus

Chorus Master

Gellhorn, Peter

Operetta

Iolanthe, The Peer and the Peri

Queen of the Fairies

Sinclair, Monica

Earl of Mountararat

Wallace, Ian

Leila

Harper, Heather

Phillis

Morison, Elsie

Celia

Cantelo, April

Private Willis

Brannigan, Owen

Conductor

Sargent, Malcolm

Orchestra

Pro Arte Orchestra

Earl Tolloller

Young, Alexander

The Lord Chancellor

Baker, George

Iolanthe

Thomas, Marjorie

Strephon

Cameron, John

Track 2

Tripping hither, tripping thither

Track 3

Iolanthe!

Track 4

Good morrow, good mother

Track 5

Fare thee well, attractive stranger

Track 6

Good morrow, good lover

Track 7

None shall part us from each other

Track 8

Loudly let the trumpet bray!

Track 9

The Law is the true embodiment

Track 10

My well-loved lord and guardian dear

Track 11

Of all of the young ladies I know

Track 12

Nay, tempt me not

Track 13

Spurn not the nobly born

Track 14

My Lords, it may not be

Track 15

A shepherd I

Track 16

When I went to the Bar as a very young man

Track 17

When darkly looms the day

Track 18

Oh, shameless one, tremble

Track 19

In babyhood upon her lap I lay

Track 20

For riches and rank I do not long

Track 21

To you I give my heart

Track 22

Tripping hither, tripping thither

Track 23

The lady of my love

Track 24

Go away, madam

Track 25

Oh, Chancellor unwary

Track 26

With Strephon for your foe

CD 8
Track 1

When all night long a chap remains

Track 2

Strephon's a Member of Parliament

Track 3

When Britain really ruled the waves

Track 4

In vain to us you plead

Track 5

Oh, foolish fay

Track 6

Though p'r'aps I may incur your blame

Track 7

Love, unrequited, robs me of my rest

Track 8

When you're lying awake with a dismal headache

Track 9

If you go in, you're sure to win

Track 10

If we're weak enough to tarry

Track 11

My Lord, a suppliant at your feet

Track 12

He loves! If in the bygone years

Track 13

It may not be

Track 14

Soon as we may

Track 15

Overture di ballo

Recording Date

1968

Conductor

Sargent, Malcolm

Orchestra

BBC Symphony Orchestra

CD 9
Track 1

Overture

Chorus Master

Gellhorn, Peter

Recording Date

1956

Operetta

The Mikado, The Town of Titipu

Choir

Glyndebourne Festival Chorus

Yum-Yum

Morison, Elsie

Peep-bo

Sinclair, Jeanette

Conductor

Sargent, Malcolm

Poo-Bah

Wallace, Ian

Pish-Tush

Cameron, John

Orchestra

Pro Arte Orchestra

Nanki-Poo

Lewis, Richard

The Mikado of Japan

Brannigan, Owen

Ko-Ko

Evans, Geraint

Pitti-Sing

Thomas, Marjorie

Katisha

Sinclair, Monica

Track 2

If you want to know who we are

Track 3

Gentlemen, I pray you tell me

Track 4

A wand'ring minstrel, I

Track 5

Our great Mikado, virtuous man

Track 6

Young man, despair

Track 7

And have I journey'd for a month

Track 8

Behold the Lord High Executioner

Track 9

As some day it may happen

Track 10

Comes a train of little ladies

Track 11

Three little maids from school

Track 12

So please you, sir, we much regret

Track 13

Were you not to Ko-Ko plighted

Track 14

I am so proud

Track 15

With aspect stern

Track 16

Your revels cease

CD 10
Track 1

Braid the raven hair

Track 2

The sun, whose rays are all ablaze

Track 3

Brightly dawns our wedding day

Track 4

Here's a how-de-do!

Track 5

Miya sama, miya sama

Track 6

A more humane Mikado

Track 7

The criminal cried

Track 8

See how the Fates their gifts allot

Track 9

The flowers that bloom in the spring

Track 10

Alone, and yet alive

Track 11

Hearts do not break

Track 12

On a tree by a river a little tom-tit

Track 13

There is beauty in the bellow of the blast

Track 14

For he's gone and married Yum-Yum

CD 11
Track 1

Overture

Recording Date

1962

Operetta

Ruddigore, The Witch's Curse

Choir

Glyndebourne Festival Chorus

Chorus Master

Gellhorn, Peter

Richard Dauntless

Lewis, Richard

Sir Ruthven Murgatroyd

Baker, George

Conductor

Sargent, Malcolm

Sir Roderic Murgatroyd

Rouleau, Joseph

Dame Hannah

Sinclair, Monica

Rose Maybud

Morison, Elsie

Sir Despard Murgatroyd of Ruddigore

Brannigan, Owen

Old Adam Goodheart

Blackburn, Harold

Orchestra

Pro Arte Orchestra

Mad Margaret

Bowden, Pamela

Zorah

Harwood, Elizabeth

Track 2

Fair is Rose as bright May day

Track 3

Sir Rupert Murgatroyd

Track 4

If somebody there chanced to be

Track 5

I know a youth who loves a little maid

Track 6

From the briny sea

Track 7

I shipped, d'ye see, in a Revenue sloop

Track 8

My boy, you may take it from me

Track 9

The battle's roar is over

Track 10

In sailing o'er life's ocean wide

Track 11

Cheerily carols the lark

Track 12

To a garden full of posies

Track 13

Welcome gentry for your entry

Track 14

Oh, why am I moody and sad?

Track 15

You understand?

Track 16

Hail the bride of seventeen summers

Track 17

When the buds are blossoming

Track 18

Hold, bride and bridegroom

Track 19

Oh, happy lily

CD 12
Track 1

I was once as meek as a new-born lamb

Track 2

Happily coupled are we

Track 3

In bygone days I had thy love

Track 4

Painted emblems of a race

Track 5

When the night wind howls

Track 6

He yields! He yields!

Track 7

I was once a very abandoned person

Track 8

My eyes are full open

Track 9

There grew a little flower

Track 10

Oh, happy the lily

Track 11

Introduction

Title

The Tempest: Incidental Music

Recording Date

1971

Conductor

Dunn, Vivian

Orchestra

City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra

Track 12

Prelude Act 3

Track 13

Banquet Dance

Track 14

Overture Act 4

Track 15

Dance of the Nymphs and Reapers

Track 16

Prelude Act 4

Track 17

Epilogue

Track 18

Introduction

Title

The Merchant of Venice: Suite

Recording Date

1971

Orchestra

City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra

Conductor

Dunn, Vivian

Track 19

Bourree

Track 20

A la valse

Track 21

Finale

CD 13
Track 1

Overture

Choir

Glyndebourne Festival Chorus

Recording Date

1957

Operetta

The Yeomen of the Guard, The Merryman and his Maid

Chorus Master

Gellhorn, Peter

Conductor

Sargent, Malcolm

Orchestra

Pro Arte Orchestra

Track 2

When maiden loves

Track 3

Tower warders, under order

Track 4

When are gallant Norman foes

Track 5

Alas, I waver to and fro

Track 6

Is life a boon?

Track 7

Here's a man of jollity

Track 8

I have a song to sing, O!

Track 9

How say you maiden

Track 10

I've jibe and joke

Track 11

'Tis done! I am a bride

Track 12

Were I thy bride

Track 13

Oh, Sergeant Meryll, is it true?

CD 14
Track 1

Night has spread her pall once more

Track 2

A private buffoon is a light-hearted loon

Track 3

Here-upon we're both agreed

Track 4

Free from his fetters grim

Track 5

Strange adventure!

Track 6

Hark! What was that, sir?

Track 7

A man who would woo a fiar maid

Track 8

When a wooer goes a-wooing

Track 9

Rapture, rapture!

Track 10

Comes the pretty young bride

CD 15
Track 1

Overture

Operetta

The Gondoliers, The King of Barataria

Chorus Master

Gellhorn, Peter

Choir

Glyndebourne Festival Chorus

Recording Date

1957

Marco Palmieri

Lewis, Richard

Giulia

Watts, Helen

Luiz

Young, Alexander

Tessa

Thomas, Marjorie

Giuseppe Palmieri

Cameron, John

Fiametta

Hitchens, Stella

Vittoria

Renton, Lavinia

Antonio

Milligan, James

Gianetta

Morison, Elsie

Casilda

Graham, Edna

Don Alhambra del Bolero

Brannigan, Owen

The Duke of Plaza-Toro

Evans, Geraint

Conductor

Sargent, Malcolm

Orchestra

Pro Arte Orchestra

The Duchess of Plaza-Toro

Sinclair, Monica

Track 2

List and learn, ye dainy roses

Track 3

Good morrow, pretty maids

Track 4

For the merriest fellows

Track 5

Buon'giorno, signorine

Track 6

We're called gondolieri

Track 7

And now to choose our brides

Track 8

Thank you, gallant gondolieri

Track 9

From the sunny Spanish shore

Track 10

In enterprise of martial kind

Track 11

O rapture when alone

Track 12

There was a time

Track 13

I stole the Prince

Track 14

But bless my heart

Track 15

Try we life-long

Track 16

Bridegroom and bride

Track 17

When a merry maiden marries

Track 18

Kind sir, you cannot have the heart

Track 19

Do not give way

Track 20

Then one of us will be a queen

Track 21

Replying we sing

Track 22

For everyone who feels inclined

Track 23

Come, let's away

Track 24

Then away they go to an island fair

CD 16
Track 1

Of happiness the very pith

Track 2

Rising early in the morning

Track 3

Take a pair of sparkling eyes

Track 4

Here we are, at the risk of our lives

Track 5

Dance a cachucha, fandango, bolero

Track 6

There lived a king

Track 7

In a contemplative fashion

Track 8

With ducal pomp and ducal pride

Track 9

On the day when I was wedded

Track 10

To help unhappy commoners

Track 11

Small titles and orders

Track 12

I am a courtier grave and serious

Track 13

Here is a case unprecedented

Track 14

Now let the royal lieges gather round

Track 15

The Royal Prince

Track 16

Allegro moderato

Title

Cello Concerto in D Major

Recording Date

1986

Cello

Webber, Julian Lloyd

Orchestra

London Symphony Orchestra

Conductor

Mackerras, Charles

Track 17

Andante espressivo

Track 18

Molto vivace