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Yeoman of the Guard: Choruses

from "Yeoman of the Guard"

By Sir Arthur Seymour Sullivan

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TTBB choir and piano - Medium
From "Yeoman of the Guard". Composed by Sir Arthur Seymour Sullivan (1842-1900). Arranged by Archibald Thompson Davison. Secular, Romantic. Choral score. Published by E.C. Schirmer Publishing (EC.918).

Item Number: EC.918

Text: Gilbert.

A medley of choruses including: "Oh, Sergeant Meryll, is it true?;" "The pris'ner comes to meet his doom;" "Oh, Mercy, thou whose smile has shown;" "As escort for the prisoner;" "All frenzied with despair;" "Strange adventure;" "Comes the pretty young bride;" "I have a song to sing-O!".

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