The Vocal Library Tenor. Composed by Sir Arthur Seymour Sullivan (1842-1900) and W.S. Gilbert. Arranged by Richard Walters. Vocal Collection. Play Along. Softcover Audio Online. 88 pages. Published by Hal Leonard (HL.740216).
Item Number: HL.740216
ISBN 0634060155. 9x12 inches.
W.S. Gilbert wrote the words, Arthur Sullivan composed the music, and together they revolutionized theatre music in English. This new series presents songs and arias from their timeless operettas, collected by voice type.
Contents: THE GONDOLIERS: Rising Early in the Morning, Take a Pair of Sparkling Eyes • HMS PINAFORE: Fair Moon, to Thee I Sing, A Maiden Fair to See • IOLANTHE: Spurn Not the Nobly Born • THE MIKADO: A Wand'ring Minstrel I • THE PIRATES OF PENZANCE: Oh, Is There Not One Maiden Brest • PRINCESS IDA: Twenty Years Ago, Would You Know the Kind of Maid • RUDDIGORE: I Shipped, D'Ye See • THE SORCERER: For Love Alone, It Is Not Love • TRIAL BY JURY: Oh, Gentlemen, Listen, I Pray, When First My Old, Old Love I Knew • UTOPIA LIMITED: A Tenor, All Singers Above • THE YEOMEN OF THE GUARD: Free from His Fetters Grim, Is Life a Boon?