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SON139     LOVE NOT THE WORLD (THE PRODIGAL SON). In E flat. pp4. A4 booklet     2 SONG SHEETS
SON149     ONCE AGAIN Ballad Written by Lionel N.Lewin The Music Composed expressly for Mr Sims Reeves. No.1 in D. Boosey (1872) pp8 Full-size     3 SONG SHEETS
SON119X     GOLDEN DAYS Ballad (in D). Written by Lionel N. Lewin. The Music Composed Expressly for Madame Patey by Arthur Sullivan. Boosey (1872) (inscribed 1887) pp5 (A4 stapled booklet).     £4.00 SONG SHEETS
SON120X     THE HAPPY FATHERLAND (cover missing) pp5. Bath. A4 booklet     £3.00 SONG SHEETS
SON122     HOW MANY HIRED SERVANTS/ I WILL ARISE from THE PRODIGAL SON in C major pp6     2 SONG SHEETS
SON123     A HYMN OF THE HOMELAND in E flat. for S.A.T.B. The words written by the Rev. H.R.Haweis pp4 A4 booklet     2 SONG SHEETS
SON125     I CARE NOT IF THE CUP I HOLD Drinking Song from THE ROSE OF PERSIA No.1 in G. Written by Basil Hood. Sung by Mr Robert Evett. Chappell (c)1900 pp5 A4 booklet 2.00/ No.2 in Bb A4 booklet     2 SONG SHEETS
SON126X     I SING THE BIRTH WAS BORN TO-NIGHT (Christmas Carol). Words by Ben Jonson (from Seven Part-Songs : 1868). pp2 (A3 size folded)     £2.00 SONG SHEETS
SON127     I'LL SING THEE SONGS OF ARABY. No.1 in E flat/ No.2 in F/ No.3 in G. From the Cantata LALLA ROOKH. Written by W.G.Wills. Composed by Frederic Clay. Chappell (1893) pp5     2.00 each SONG SHEETS
SON116     THE GAY TOM-TIT Song and Dance from the comedy AN ARTIST'S MODEL. Words by Harry Greenbank. Music by Sidney Jones. Hopwood & Crew (1895) (25.5 x 33.5 cms) pp9     £4.00 SONG SHEETS
SON137     UNE VOIX DU PASSE No.2 Fa.Soprano ou Tenor (Looking Back). Romanza. Musique by Arthur Sullivan. Langlois, Paris (French/Italian) pp7 A4 booklet     2 SONG SHEETS
SON114     FAR-FAR-AWAY. No.2 in D flat. Words by Alfred Lord Tennyson. Music by Alfred Cellier. Metzler. pp7 A4 booklet     2 SONG SHEETS
SON140     THE MAIDEN'S STORY. Written by Emma Embury. In F major. (Chappell 1867) pp5 (no title page) A4 booklet     2 SONG SHEETS
SON141     (a) No.3 in A flat. pp5 (A4 booklet )     (a)£3.00 SONG SHEETS
SON142     MY LOVE BEYOND THE SEA (1877) (same music as `In the summers long ago') (in E-flat). Words by J.P. Douglas. Delano Edition Choice Ballads by Arthur Sullivan pp3. Presented, with the Compliments of KEA ...
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    £2.00 SONG SHEETS
SON143     'NEATH MY LATTICE Song from THE ROSE OF PERSIA. Chappell (1900) pp7 A4 booklet     2 SONG SHEETS
SON144     THE NIGHT WINDS SIGH NO MORE No.2. in F by F.C.Burnand, Music by Arthur S.Sullivan. Boosey pp7 A4 booklet     2 SONG SHEETS
SON147     O HUSH THEE MY BABIE. The Words by Sir Walter Scott. Four-part song S.A.T.B. with accompaniment pp6 A4 booklet     2 SONG SHEETS
SON148     O MISTRESS MINE in A flat major (pp5) and in F major (pp4) A4 booklet     2.00 each SONG SHEETS
PIA214     LA PERICHOLE by Offenbach. Arranged for Pianoforte Solo, Complete. Boosey's Musical Cabinet No. 150 A4 spiral bound booklet     6 PIANO
SON128     IN FRIENDSHIP'S NAME No. 1 in D (As Friends We Met, As Friends We Part) by George Dance and Charles Graham. As Sung in the Successful Musical Comedy THE LADY SLAVERY. Francis, Day & Hunter (1891) (25. ...
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    £4.00 SONG SHEETS
SON100     THE BELEAGUERED in G major (from `Seven Part-Songs', pub. 1868). Words by H.F. Chorley. Music by Sir Arthur Sullivan. Arranged for Mixed Voices by Percy E. Fletcher. Curwen Edition 60959. A4 booklet p ...
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    4 SONG SHEETS
Voc82     IVANHOE (1891). A Romantic Opera. Words by Julian Sturgis. Arr. Ernest Ford. Chappell pp261 (presentation label on cover). A4 double-sided spiral bound booklet     £40.00 Vocal Scores
Voc85     THE MILLER AND HIS MAN. A Drawing-Room Extravaganza by F.C.Burnand with Songs by Arthur Sullivan. The Incidental Music Composed & Adapted by James F. Simpson. Ashdown (c.1870). Illustrated cover with ...
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    £20.00 Vocal Scores
Voc86     THE NAUTCH GIRL. A Comic Opera in Two Acts (Savoy 30 June, 1891). Words by George Dance. Music by Edward Solomon. Lyrics by George Dance & Frank Desprez. Chappell (1891) pp187. A4 spiral bound     £45.00 Vocal Scores
Voc87     ON SHORE AND SEA. A Dramatic Cantata. Composed expressly for, and performed at, the opening of the London International Exhibition, May 1st, 1871. Words by Tom Taylor. Music by Arthur S. Sullivan. Boo ...
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    £12.00 Vocal Scores
Voc91     THE PRODIGAL SON. An Oratorio. The Music Composed by Arthur S. Sullivan. Boosey (1860's) pp109. A4 double-sided spiral bound booklet     £20.00 Vocal Scores
Voc92     THE ROSE OF PERSIA or The Story-Teller and the Slave. New Comic Opera by Basil Hood and Arthur Sullivan. Chappell (1900) pp237 (1911 copyright: Rupert D'Oyly Carte) comb bound     £35.00 Vocal Scores
Voc93     THE SORCERER A4 spiral-bound booklet of the 1877 original 1st edition (which contains music subsequently cut for the 1884 revival at the Savoy). Metzler pp130     £25.00 Vocal Scores
SON97     THE BABY ON THE SHORE. Humorous Song Written, Composed & Sung by GEORGE GROSSMITH in his famous Musical Sketch "HOW I DISCOVERED AMERICA". J.Bath (1895) A4 booklet pp7     2 SONG SHEETS
SON117     GIPSY JOHN.The Music by Frederic Clay. The Words by G.J.WhyteMelville. No.1 in D. Sung by Mr. Santley. Boosey pp7 A4 booklet (see original)     2 SONG SHEETS
SON99     BARCAROLLE. Descriptive Song. The Words by Edgar Berry. Composed by M.F.RONALDS (i.e. Mrs Ronalds). Modern facsimile printing of the original Joseph Williams printed music. A4 booklet pp7     4 SONG SHEETS
SON150     ONCE AGAIN Ballad Written by Lionel N.Lewin The Music Composed expressly for Mr Sims Reeves. No.1 in D. Boosey (1872) pp8 Full-size As above: No.1 in D A4 booklet   2 SONG SHEETS
SON101     BIRDS IN THE NIGHT (A Lullaby) Written by Lionel H.Lewins. Sung by Made. Lemmens Sherrington. No.2 in E flat. Boosey (1869) (New words for `Hush'd is the bacon' from COX AND BOX) pp5 A4 booklet     2 SONG SHEETS
SON104     CHRISTMAS BELLS AT SEA. Song. The Words Written by Charles Lamb Kenney : There ia a legend amongst Sailors, that when a vessel is out at sea on Christmas Eve. the usual peal which on land ushers in th ...
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    £4.00 SONG SHEETS
SON105     CLIMBING OVER ROCKY MOUNTAIN. Chorus of Girls. From the Comic Opera of THE PIRATES OF PENZANCE. Chappell (c)1911 (No.98 Chappell's Vocal Library.). A4 booklet pp8     4 SONG SHEETS
SON106     COMING HOME DUETT Words by R.Reece. In B flat. pp4 (no title page) (Boosey 1873) duet for s. and m-s (new words for `The Buttercup dwells' from COX AND BOX) A4     2 SONG SHEETS
SON107     Another copy within DUETS FOR LADIES' VOICES edited by Alberto Randegger. Boosey pp9     2 SONG SHEETS
SON110     ECHOES (pub. 1868) 4-Pt. Words T.Moore. Novello's Pt-Song Bk. No.155 pp6     3 SONG SHEETS
SON112     EVER (Tenor in Db) (1887). Words by Mrs. Bloomfield Moore pp5 A4 booklet     2 SONG SHEETS
SON113     THE FAIREST OF THE FAIR. Words by William Brough. Music by T.German Reed. Miss P.Horton's Popular Illustrations. Sir John Quil's Song in Miss P.Horton's Popular Entertainment Illustrative Gatherings. ...
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    10 SONG SHEETS
SON98     BARCAROLLE: "O Sweet the Gale in the Silver Sail". Words by Fred E. Weatherly. The Music Composed by Frederic Clay. Metzler. A4 booket pp4     4 SONG SHEETS
PIA204     HADDON HALL SELECTION from Sydney Grundy & Arthur Sullivan's opera for the pianoforte by Charles Godfrey,Junr. Chappell (1892). A4 spiral bound booklet     6 PIANO
SON148X     OH SWEET AND FAIR! No.1 in E-flat. The Words by A.F.C.K. Composed expressly for Madame Sainton-Dolby by Arthur S. Sullivan. Boosey (1868) pp7 (A4 stapled booklet)     £4.00 SONG SHEETS
SON177     As above: A4 booklet (with coloured cover)     5 SONG SHEETS
SON179     THE VILLAGE CHIMES. Written by C.J.Rowe. Composed by Arthur S. Sullivan. Boosey & Co. pp7 (A4 booklet) (1870)     3 SONG SHEETS
SON179X     THE WAY IS LONG AND DREARY. Words by Adelaide A. Proctor (from Five Sacred Part-Songs : 1871) pp3 (A3 folded)     £2.00 SONG SHEETS
SON180     A WEARY LOT IS THINE, FAIR MAID Written by Sir Walter Scott. In D major. (Chappell 1866) pp4 (no title page) A4 booklet     2 SONG SHEETS
SON182     WHEN THE BUDDING BLOOM OF MAY (from HADDON HALL - 1892) (MADRIGAL). Words by Sydney Grundy. Music by AS. No.116 Chappell's Vocal Library of Part-Songs: Mixed Voices (c) 1911 A4 booklet pp9     3 SONG SHEETS
SON183     WHEN THE BUDS ARE BLOSSOMING from RUDDIGORE. Madrigal for Four Voices. Chappell's No.102 pp8     3 SONG SHEETS
SON184     WHEN YOU'RE AFLOAT in G major by Frederic Clay (from PRINCESS TOTO). One A4 sheet     50p SONG SHEETS
SON175X     THROUGH SORROW'S PATH. Words by H. Kirke White (from Five Sacred Part-Songs : 1871) pp2 (A3 folded)     £2.00 SONG SHEETS
PIA203     HADDON HALL by Sydney Grundy and Arthur Sullivan. Arranged for the Pianoforte by King Hall. Chappell (1892) pp91. A4 spiral-bound double-sided booklet     20 PIANO
SON174     As above: A4 booklet     3 SONG SHEETS
PIA205     HADDON HALL SELECTION from Sydney Grundy & Arthur Sullivan's opera for the pianoforte by Charles Godfrey,Junr. Chappell (1892). A4 spiral bound booklet As above: also 1st violin (& conductor) part A4 booklet   2 PIANO
PIA206     HENRY VIII Incidental music. Metzler (1909) pp20 A4 booklet     5 PIANO
PIA207     HIS EXCELLENCY (1894) Written by WSG. Composed by F.Osmond Carr. Piano Score. Williams pp88     20 PIANO
PIA208     IOLANTHE LANCERS By Charles D'Albert. Chappell pp9. Full size A3 (coloured cover)     10 PIANO
PIA209     IOLANTHE LANCERS By Charles D'Albert. Chappell pp9. Full size A3 (coloured cover) As above: A4 booklet (coloured cover)   5 PIANO
PIA210     IOLANTHE QUADRILLE by Charles D'Albert. Chappell pp9 Full- size with illustrated colour covered     7 PIANO
PIA211     IOLANTHE NEW SELECTION From W.S.Gilbert & Arthur Sullivan's Popular Comic Opera Selected and Arranged for the Pianoforte by Charles Godfrey, Junr. Chappell. A4 spiral Bound booklet     5 PIANO
PIA212     CHANCELLOR'S TRIO from IOLANTHE No.5 of SHORT MOVEMENTS from the works of Arthur Sullivan arranged for the Pianoforte. Chappell pp4 (n/d) VG A4 photocopied booklet     4 PIANO
PIA202     THE GRAND DUKE. Pianoforte Solo arranged by Wilfred Bendall. Chappell (1896) pp93 A4 spiral-bound booklet     25 PIANO
SON164     SIGH NO MORE, LADIES (1866). Words by Shakespeare. In D major pp4 (no title page)     (a)A3 @ £4.00 SONG SHEETS
SON151     ONCE AGAIN Ballad Written by Lionel N.Lewin The Music Composed expressly for Mr Sims Reeves. No.1 in D. Boosey (1872) pp8 Full-size As above: No.2 in F pp9 A4 booklet   2 SONG SHEETS
SON153     O THAT THOU HADS'T HEARKENED in G major (soprano) pp2 (no title page)     £1.00 SONG SHEETS
SON154     OTHER DAYS in D major (no date). Words by Harry Graham from the French of C.F.Panard (1674-1765). Chappell (1943). A4 booklet pp6 (with English and French words) scarce     £3.00 SONG SHEETS
SON156     PEPITA! Humorous Serenade. Written by Greville Matheson. Composed & Sung by Corney Grain. J.Bath. A4 booklet pp5     4 SONG SHEETS
SON157     THE POLKA AND THE CHOIR BOY! Humourous Song, Written , Composed & Sung by Corney Grain in his new Musical Sketch MY AUNT'S IN TOWN. Bath pp4 A4 booklet     2 SONG SHEETS
SON160     A REGULAR ROYAL QUEEN (Quartet from THE GONDOLIERS). No.127. Chappell's Vocal Library of Part-Songs, & c. (c)1911. A4 booklet pp8     3 SONG SHEETS
SON161     THE SAILOR'S GRAVE. Words by H.F.Lyte in C. Ashdown pp9 A4 booklet     2 SONG SHEETS
SON162     Another copy: In F A4 booklet     2 SONG SHEETS
SON176     THE TYRANNICAL BRIDEGROOM (1871) by Mr Arthur Cecil in Mr & Mrs German Reed's New & Successful Entertainment A SENSATION NOVEL Written by WSG. Composed by T.German Reed. H&C pp9. A3 Full size (coloure ...
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    8 SONG SHEETS
SON163     SHE WANDERED DOWN THE MOUNTAIN SIDE. Song. No.3 in E flat. The Poetry by B.C.Stephenson, Esq. The Music by Frederic Clay. Boosey pp7. A4 booklet     2 SONG SHEETS
Voc78X     FALLEN FAIRIES or The Wicked World. An Original Opera in Two Acts. Written by W.S. Gilbert. Composed by Edward German. Chappell (1909) pp263 (includes ADDENDUM Song (Selene) "Oh, love, that rulest in ...
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    £45.00 Vocal Scores
SON164b     SIGH NO MORE, LADIES (1866). Words by Shakespeare. In D major pp4 (no title page)     (b)A4 @ £3.00 SONG SHEETS
SON166     SOMETIMES (1877). Words by Lady Lindsay (of Belcarres). In C major pp5 (no title page). A4 booklet     £3.00 SONG SHEETS
SON167     SONG OF PEACE (four-part) Words by Tom Taylor. Choralist. - No.160. Boosey pp9 A4 booklet     2 SONG SHEETS
SON169     STRANGE ADVENTURE from THE YEOMEN OF THE GUARD. Chappell's Vocal Library No.114 pp4     2 SONG SHEETS
SON170     SWEET DAY, SO COOL Song The Words altered from George Herbert.In C. Ashdown pp5 A4 booklet     2 SONG SHEETS
SON171     SWEETHEARTS Song Words by WSG. Sung by Mr. Edward Lloyd. In A flat. Inscribed 4 Mar 1876. Chappell pp7 Full-size     4 SONG SHEETS
SON172     As above: A4 booklet     3 SONG SHEETS
SON173     THADY O'FLINN No.2 in F Song The Words by W.S.Gilbert The Music composed expressly for Madame Lemmens Sherrington by J.L.Molloy. Boosey (c.1904) pp9 Full-size     4 SONG SHEETS
SON162X     SAY, WATCHMAN, WHAT OF THE NIGHT (from Five Sacred Part-Songs : 1871). pp4 (A3 size folded)     £2.00 SONG SHEETS
Art31     THE SKETCH Jan 23 1901 p25 Miss Agnes Fraser as the Lady Ella in PATIENCE at the Savoy Theatre (c/p)     £4.00 Articles
Voc81     HIS EXCELLENCY (1894). A Comic Opera. Written by WSG. Composed by F.Osmond Carr. Joseph Williams (1894) pp218 (A4 comb-bound booklet)     £40.00 Vocal Scores
Art29-2     p522 (full-page of Florence Perry)     £3.00 each Articles
Art29-Mar     p523 (full-page of Florence St. John)     £3.00 each Articles
Art29-Apr     p524 (4 photos of Mildred Baker, Mr Humphery, MR LYTTON and Mr Elton)     £3.00 each Articles
Art25Y     1898 Nov. THE STRAND MAGAZINE p535 : PORTRAITS OF CELEBRITIES : MISS ROSINA BRANDRAM (cameo portraits at ages : 3, 16, 20, 28 and Present Day)     £3.00 Articles
Art26     1899 June 7 THE MIKADO at The Cripplegate Institute (3 photos. in costume). THE WEST END p570     £5.00 Articles
Art26X     August 1899 Article "The Revival of HMS PINAFORE" Cassell's Magazine p328 (photos. of Passmore and Ruth Vincent     £3.00 Articles
Art26Y     1899 Dec. 9. THE LADIES' FIELD p647 : critical review of "THE ROSE OF PERSIA"AT THE SAVOY (no photo)     £5.00 Articles
Art25     1898 Jan. 19. "THE GRAND DUCHESS", AT THE SAVOY THEATRE. (featuring Henry Lytton). THE SKETCH :     £3.00 each Articles
Art30X     1900 THE GRAPHIC CHRISTMAS NUMBER. The Fairy's Dilemma by W.S.Gilbert. Illustrated by C.E. Brock pp5/8 and 9     £15.00 Articles
Art24X     .  1897 "The Grand Duchess” review Black & White magazine Dec. 11, 1897 p.730 (short article) (A3 b&w photocopy)     £1.00 Articles
Art31X     THE SKETCH April 10, 1901 : The Late Mr. D’Oyly Carte p456 (article and photo.)     £3.00 A3 colour photocopy Articles
Art32     1901 Dec. 4. THE REVIVAL OF IOLANTHE AT THE SAVOY Pictures taken by Elliott & Fry of the original production of 1882 + cast lists 1882/1901. THE TATLER No.23 p429     £5.00 Articles
Art33X     1902 Jan. 4 THE LADIES' REVIEW : reviews of amateur productions of THE MIKADO (Portsmouth, Hartlepool and Sydenham) text only p174     £2.00 Articles
Art34     1902 Jan. 22. MISS ISABEL JAY AS PHYLLIS IN THE REVIVAL OF IOLANTHE. (full page photo. in costume). THE SKETCH p23     £5.00 Articles
Art36     HARPER'S MONTHLY MAGAZINE Vol CIV Feb 1902 pp367-372 Sir Arthur Sullivan's Diary by Arthur Lawrence (b&w and colour photocopy)     £5.00 Articles
Art38     1902 March 29. "MERRIE ENGLAND" AT THE SAVOY : THE NEW OPERA AND ITS CREATORS : photos of Edward German, Captain Basil Hood and Hamish McCunn + sketch of Francois Cellier in the pit conducting the G&S ...
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Art40     1902 June 7 HMS PINAFORE AT HUNSTANTON (photo.) ILLUSTRATED SPORTING AND DRAMATIC NEWS p578     £3.00 Articles
Art41     1902 Sept. 6 THE NEWSLETTER. Week by Week. Arthur Sullivan's bequest of Millais's portrait to the National Gallery. THE SPHERE p247     £5.00 Articles
Art27     1900 Feb. 1. p252 THE LATE SIR ARTHUR SULLIVAN An Appreciation of the Great Composer by Vernon Blackburn (with photos as chorister at the Chapel Royal and facsimile of score : THREE LITTLE MAIDS)/ p25 ...
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Art16Y     THE ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS Dec. 29, 1894 THE CHIEFTAIN by Burnand & Sullivan at the Savoy Theatre drawn by Cecil Aldin p813   £5.00 Articles
Art5Z     THE PICTORIAL WORLD May 19, 1883 p548 : THE OPENING OF THE ROYAL COLLEGE OF MUSIC - THE NEW KNIGHTS Short biogs. of Sir George Grove, Sir Arthur Sullivan, Mus. Doc. and Sir G. Alexander MacFarren, Mus ...
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Art12X     DAILY GRAPHIC Sept. 3 1891 : Whitby – A “Sullivan night” at the Saloon. Listening to The Mikado (cartoon cover of seaside visitors)     (a) A3 colour photocopy @ £3.00 Articles
Art12Xb     DAILY GRAPHIC Sept. 3 1891 : Whitby – A “Sullivan night” at the Saloon. Listening to The Mikado (cartoon cover of seaside visitors)     (b) b&w A3 photocopy @ £1.00 Articles
Art13Y     THE MILLION : No.38, Vol.2 (edited by Geo. Newnes) 10th Dec.1892 INTERVIEWS WITH INTERESTING PEOPLE A Chat with Mr. D’Oyley Carte (with photo of DC; exterior and interior sketches of The Palace Theatre) pp177-179 ( ...
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Art13XX     1892  Volume II Nov. Winter edition THE IDLER. Rehearsing the Savoy Operas. Article by G.B. Burgin. Illustrations by Louis Gunnis. With drawings of HADDON HALL , Sir Arthur Sullivan directing the Chor ...
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Art13YY     1893 April 1. THE ILLUSTRATED SPORTING AND DRAMATIC NEWS p131 OUR CAPTIOUS CRITIC "HADDON HALL" (9 character sketches)     £5.00 Articles
Art13ZZ     1893 June 3. THE ILLUSTRATED SPORTING AND DRAMATIC NEWS p483 OUR CAPTIOUS CRITIC AT THE SAVOY THEATRE "JANE ANNIE" (8 character sketches)     £5.00 Articles
Art14     THE ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS Oct.14 1893 p468 : "UTOPIA (LIMITED)," THE NEW COMIC OPERA AT THE SAVOY. Half-Page. Sketches by Cecil Alpin (colour photocopy of b&w original)     £3.00 Articles
Art29-Jan     p521 (full-page of Florence St. John) and on verso     £3.00 each Articles
Art16     1894 Dec. 15. SIR ARTHUR SULLIVAN (photo. by Walery). THE ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS No. 2904 - Vol CV. (full-size cover sketch)     £5.00 Articles
Art43X     THE LADIES' FIELD : View of New Court & Façade Savoy Hotel as seen from The Strand, 7th Mar. 1903   £3.00 Articles
Art17     1895 April 6 HIS EXCELLENCY Miss Jessie Bond and Mr George Grossmith (c. 9 x 13 cms) (From a photograph by T.C. Turner and Co.) BLACK AND WHITE p468 (with three other photos: Mary Moore and Charles Wy ...
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Art18     1895 June 8 THE AMATEUR PERFORMANCE OF "IOLANTHE". Black and White (2 photos.) Portsmouth and Southsea AODS p770     £3.00 Articles
Art19XX     THE ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS Dec. 21, 1895 p772 “Revival of "The Mikado" at the Savoy Theatre (large photo. 18 x 23 cms : Three little maids who, all unwary: Bond/Perry & Owen)     (a) A3 colour photocopy @ £3.00 Articles
Art19XXb     THE ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS Dec. 21, 1895 p772 “Revival of "The Mikado" at the Savoy Theatre (large photo. 18 x 23 cms : Three little maids who, all unwary: Bond/Perry & Owen)     (b) A3 b&w photocopy @ £1.00 Articles
Art20     1896 Feb. THE LUDGATE Cartoon of WSG by `GRP' (one page only: 18 x 28 cms) (colour photocopy)     £2.00 Articles
Art21     1896 April 18. BLACK AND WHITE. A3 colour photocopy: p508 THE MADRAS DS IN "THE GONDOLIERS" (half page photo) and May 9 1896 p610 THE "YEOMAN (sic) OF THE GUARD" (half page photo)     £3.00 Articles
Art23X     1897 Oct. 23 BLACK AND WHITE MAGAZINE Mr. Gilbert's New Play THE FORTUNE HUNTER [text only] p.506     £3.00 Articles
Art24     1897 November. A CHAT WITH SIR ARTHUR SULLIVAN by Arthur H. Lawrence. The Young Woman Vol. VI pp41 - 44 with photo dated 1897 of Sir Arthur (from a photo. by Schaarwachter, Berlin) )     £10.00 Articles
Art15     1894 August. YUM-YUM After a painting by F. Simm (image 11 x 19.5 cms). Pall Mall Magazine Vol. III No.16     £5.00 Articles
Art70     THE GUARDIAN ARTS SUPPLEMENT Monday December 21 1998. Hot shows: `Mine's a large G&S, please' by Kit Hesketh-Harvey to coincide with PIRATES opening at the Queen's Theatre, London A3     £1.00 Articles
Art61     (a) THE ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS Jan 14 1939 p59 THE FIRST GILBERT AND SULLIVAN FILM: A TECHNICOLOR "MIKADO" (colour photocopy of b&w photos)     (a)£5.00 Articles
Art61b     (b) Also available: 16 page b&w facsimile of THE MIKADO film booklet (Cinegram No.75)     (b)£15.00 Articles
Art62     1949 June 4 THE LATEST RUDDIGORE by J.C. Trewin. Illustrated London News : The World of the Theatre pp764 (report only)     £3.00 Articles
Art63     THE ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS July 14 1951 WELL-LOVED OPERAS AT THE SAVOY: THE GILBERT AND SULLIVAN SEASON     £3.00 Articles
Art64     RADIO TIMES Journal of the BBC Programmes March 2-8 1952 (February 29 1952 Vol.114: No.1477) COVER ONLY Sir Arthur Sullivan `Master of Melody' (`Ape' caricature against music from the introduction to ...
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Art65     EVERYBODY'S May 1953 (26 x 33 cms). GILBERT, SULLIVAN - AND THE THIRD MAN by Leslie Baily (article to coincide with 1953 film) pp16-17 double spread (colour) + p27 (b&w) (colour photocopy) (3 pages)     £15.00 Articles
Art66     1954 Nov. 10 THE SAVOY MIRACLE by Anthony Cookman. Illustrations by Emmwood. THE TATLER p346     £5.00 Articles
Art67     Review of THE BAB BALLADS by W S Gilbert. Edited by James Ellis. Oxford/Harvard. `The toys explode' by Michael Ratcliffe in The Times 12 April 1971 (with illustrations)     £1.00 Articles
Art42     1902 Nov. 22. MISS KITTY LOFTUS AS NAUGHTY NANCY AT THE SAVOY THEATRE. . Illustrated Sporting and Dramatic News p437     £5.00 Articles
Art69     The Observer Review 6 September 1998. THE MIKADO D'Oyly Carte Opera Company. Royal Festival Hall. Fiona Maddocks `I should Ko-Ko'     £1.00 Articles
Art59     THE STRAND MAGAZINE December 1925: NEW STORIES OF GILBERT and SULLIVAN. Fresh light on the operas which are now more popular than ever. With an unused song from THE GONDOLIERS pp645-52 (with 5 full-sc ...
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Art71     2000 Sat. November 25 THE TIMES Is this the hymn thou gavest, Sullivan? With photo. of AS (c.1887) + extract of `Disputed tune for The day thou gavest, Lord, is ended' (A3 size b&w press-cutting)     £1.00 Articles
Art73     Pre-1920's ORIGINAL ARTWORK: watercolour 23.5 x 36 cms. 8 characters (from life) in THE YEOMEN OF THE GUARD (Elsie Maynard, Sergt Meryll, The Headsman, Jack Point, A Yeoman, Wilfred Shadbolt, Phoebe M ...
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Art73b     Pre-1920's ORIGINAL ARTWORK: watercolour 23.5 x 36 cms. 8 characters (from life) in THE YEOMEN OF THE GUARD (Elsie Maynard, Sergt Meryll, The Headsman, Jack Point, A Yeoman, Wilfred Shadbolt, Phoebe M ...
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Art74     Colour print (15 x 22.5 cms) : Impressionist Sketch of the Savoy Hotel, London From the River Thames     A3 colour photocopy @ £3.00 Articles
Voc76     THE CHIEFTAIN (1895) by F.C.Burnand and AS. Boosey pp162     £40.00 Vocal Scores
Voc77     THE CONTRABANDISTA (1867) by Burnand & Sullivan. Facsimile (excellent quality) from the c.1871 edition (Boosey) + background information. A4 spiral-bound booklet pp89     £20.00 Vocal Scores
Voc78     COX AND BOX (1869) by Burnand & Sullivan. Facsimile (excellent quality) from the c.1869/71 editions (Boosey) + background and `Hush-a-bye-,bacon' original setting. A4 spiral-bound booklet pp80     £20.00 Vocal Scores
SON111     EDWARD GRAY Tennyson's Songs. No.1 in G. Lucas pp6 A4 booklet     2 SONG SHEETS
Art68     THE GUARDIAN 13 February 1990: `Savoy will rise again from the ashes' by Joanna Coles (A3 b&w colour photocopy) (photos. of intact auditorium and after the fire)     £3.00 Articles
Art53     1907 Aug. 24 Photo of Mrs D'Oyly Carte Entertains The Savoy Company at Garston Park, Godstone (15 x 9.5 cms : fully captioned - Rupert DC/ Lytton etc). THE QUEEN, THE LADY'S NEWSPAPER p375     £5.00 Articles
Voc80     HADDON HALL (1892) Written by Sydney Grundy. Composed by Arthur Sullivan. Arranged from the Full Score by King Hall. Chappell pp169 A4 spiral-bound booklet     £30.00 Vocal Scores
Art45     1905 Oct. 28 THE LATE MISS EMMIE OWEN. The Illustrated Sporting and Dramatic News (photo. as Hebe) p340 (half-page)     £3.00 Articles
Art45X     1905 THE TATLER No. 233, December 13, 1905 p386 ARE GILBERT AND SULLIVAN OPERAS PLAYED OUT? A Famous Conductor says, "No." Discussion by Francois Cellier (with photo.) including first-hand insights into Sir Arthur Sullivan. Also reproduced : SIR ARTHUR SULLIVAN AS COACH a letter written by him to Mr. Cellier giving instru ...
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Art46     1906 April "My Best Piece of Light Verse" WSG : " I have a song to sing, O!" + other contributors. THE STRAND Vol. xxi pp393-400 (sides 393/4 WSG only)   8 sides @ £3.00 each side Articles
Art46X     1906 June 23. THE LADIES' FIELD p83 "TRIAL BY JURY " AT MISS ELLEN TERRY'S JUBILEE (captioned photo. 29 x 11 cms)     £5.00 Articles
Art47     (a) 1906 Dec. 15. THE YEOMEN OF THE GUARD at the Savoy : photo. of Elsie Maynard blindfolded (Lilian Coomber). THE SPHERE p215     £5.00 each page Articles
Art47b     (b) 1906 Dec. 22. THE YEOMEN OF THE GUARD at the Savoy : photo. of Elsie Maynard fainting/ The real Leonard Meryll (Henry Burnand and Marie Wilson as Kate). THE SPHERE p247       Articles
Art48     1906 Dec. 22 THE YEOMEN OF THE GUARD at the Savoy Theatre. (Thomas Dunney sketched of principals. INCLUDING W.S.G. REHEARSED PERSONALLY). Illustrated Sporting and Dramatic News p733     £5.00 Articles
Art60X     1939 Jan. 11 SKETCH pp60-61  GILBERT AND SULLIVAN’S SCREEN DEBUT : “THE MIKADO” IN FULL COLOUR (A3 sepia)     £5.00 Articles
Art53X     1907 May 11. THE ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS : photo (5.5 x 10 cms) with caption : LOST TO THE STAGE FOR DIPLOMATIC REASONS: THE NOW PROHIBITED "MIKADO" (MR. SCOTT FISCH IN THE PART)     £5.00 Articles
Art60     1926 Oct. 9 NEW DRESSES FOR "THE MIKADO" : THE RICKETTS DESIGNS. The Illustrated Sporting and Dramatic News p89     £5.00 Articles
Art54     1908 Feb. 1 THE LIBRARY : "STARS OF THE STAGE" (photos. of G&S). ILLUSTRATED SPORTING AND DRAMATIC NEWS p881     £3.00 Articles
Art55     1908 April 18. London's Plays and Playhouses : article with photos of Miss Phyllis Dare in THE DAIRYMAIDS, Henry Lytton (portrait) in THE MIKADO; Miss Doris Lytton in DIANA OF DOBSON'S; Rutland Barrin ...
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Art55X     BLACK & WHITE May 2, 1908 : How We Rehearsed "The Mikado" by Rutland Barrington p.543 (article and photos. of WSG and Barrington as Pooh Bah).     £1.00 A3 b&w photocopy Articles
Art55Y     1908 Aug. 8 THE LADIES' FIELD Scene from H.M.S. PINAFORE at the Savoy Theatre p407 (photograph)     £5.00 Articles
Art55Z     1908 DAILY MIRROR ILLUSTRATED HISTORY OF THE YEAR p44 Three Old Favourite Revived :includes Mr. Henry A. Lytton in the name part in the revival of "The Mikado" at the Savoy Theatre (photo. 11 x 25 cms ...
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Art56     1909 Oct. 9 THE MOUNTAINEERS The Swiss Comic Opera at the Savoy. Includes photos of Jessie Rose and C.H. Workman. Front page of The Illustrated Sporting and Dramatic News No. 1,882 Vol. LXXII     £5.00 Articles
Art57Y     1920 Jan. THE STRAND MAGAZINE pp12-16 GILBERT AND SULLIVAN THEN AND NOW By Miss G.B.Crozier (costume designs/ musical quote of Old Cornish Chantry)     £12.00 Articles
Art57Z     1920 April 7 THE TATLER A New Savoyard : Miss Nellie Briercliffe (full-length portrait with pet dog) p11     £5.00 Articles
Art43     THE ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS Jan 31 1903 p158 THE PRODUCTION OF THE NEW SAVOY OPERA, JAN 22. Scene from Act I of A PRINCESS OF KENSINGTON (drawn by our special artist: Lascelles) (c/p)     £4.00 Articles
Art49     1907 Feb. 2. THE GONDOLIERS at the Savoy Theatre. Thomas Dunney sketched of principals. ). Illustrated Sporting and Dramatic News p942     £5.00 Articles
PIA241     A PRINCESS OF KENSINGTON by Edward German (Written by Basil Hood). Piano Solo arranged from the Full Score by Wilfred Bendall. Chappell (1903) pp131 A4 spiral-bound booklet     £25.00 PIANO
PIA268X     THE YEOMEN OF THE GUARD QUADRILLE by P.Bucalossi. Chappell pp7 (full-size with Illustrated Music Cover)     £10.00 PIANO
PIA268     THE YEOMEN OF THE GUARD LANCERS by P.Bucalossi Full-size with illustrated coloured cover ( 11 b/w x A3 single-sided)     £10.00 PIANO
PIA267     THE YEOMEN OF THE GUARD. Pianoforte Score arr. H.Wadsworth. With original cast list. Chappell (1888) pp72 A4 comb-bound booklet with colour cover     15 PIANO
PIA253     THE SORCERER WALTZ on Arthur Sullivan's Opera by Charles D'Albert. Metzler/ Chappell pp8. Illustrated coloured cover. A4 booklet     £7.00 PIANO
PIA250     G&S PIANO SELECTIONS: PF; PP; PC; IO; PI; MK; RG; YG; GN pp151 A4 spiral-bound booklet (FIRST ever in ONE volume)     25 PIANO
PIA248     THE SAVOY OPERA SERIES. Easy Pieces for Piano. Arranged, Edited & Fingered by Thomas F.Dunhill. Chappell (1924/5) pp11 each. Decorative covers by W.George. COMPLETE SET: TJ; SO; PF; PP; PC; IO; PI; MK ...
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    5.00 each, or one-volume A4 spiral bound set @ 40.00 PIANO
PIA246     RUDDIGORE SELECTION for the pianoforte by W.Winterbottom. Chappell pp19 A4 booklet As above: Also Parts: Violino Primo/ Cello e Basso/Cassa e Piatti/Side Drum & Triangle/Timpani. A4 booklet   2.00 each PIANO
PIA245     RUDDIGORE SELECTION for the pianoforte by W.Winterbottom. Chappell pp19 A4 booklet     4 PIANO
PIA244     RUDDIGORE LANCERS as DUETS By P.Bucalossi. Arranged from G.L.Tracy's Vocal Score. Chappell pp21. A4 booklet     4 PIANO
PIA231     PATIENCE SELECTION on Sullivan's Aesthetic Opera Arranged for the Pianoforte by Fred. Godfrey. Chappell pp12 Full-size (one colour cover)     5 PIANO
PIA242b     (b) Selection: arranged for the Pianoforte by Charles Godfrey, Junr. Chappell (1900) pp15. A4 booklet     (b)5.00 PIANO
orc272     HADDON HALL SELECTION from Sydney Grundy & Arthur Sullivan's opera by Charles Godfrey,Junr. Chappell (1892). 1st violin (& conductor) part only A4 booklet (see piano part above)     2 orchestral scores
PIA240     PRINCESS IDA Selection by W.Winterbottom. Chappell pp11 A4 booklet scarce     5 PIANO
PIA239X     THE PIRATES OF PENZANCE Quadrilles by Charles D'Albert. Chappell pp8 (full size with Illustrated Music Cover)     £10.00 PIANO
PIA238b     (b) Later, larger type-face pp89. A4 spiral-bound booklet       PIANO
PIA237     H.M.S.PINAFORE SELECTION Arranged by Charles Coote. Metzler pp13. Single colour cover. Full-size As above: A4 booklet   4 PIANO
PIA236     H.M.S.PINAFORE SELECTION Arranged by Charles Coote. Metzler pp13. Single colour cover. Full-size     5 PIANO
PIA235     H.M.S.PINAFORE QUADRILLE arr. C.Godfrey. Metzler pp7     2 PIANO
PIA234X     H.M.S.PINAFORE LANCERS arr. Chas Coote, Junr. Metzler pp9 Full-size (stapled) with Illustrated Music Cover     £8.00 PIANO
PIA234     H.M.S.PINAFORE GALOP by C.Godfrey. Metzler pp5. Full-size with illustrated coloured cover     7 PIANO
PIA232     PATIENCE SELECTION on Sullivan's Aesthetic Opera Arranged for the Pianoforte by Fred. Godfrey. Chappell pp12 Full-size (one colour cover) As above: A4 spiral bound booklet   4 PIANO
PIA243     RUDDIGORE. Piano Score (arr. George Lowell Tracy). Chappell (1887) original, xii + pp68. A4 spiral-bound booklet     20 PIANO
orc286     RUDDIGORE SELECTION by W.Winterbottom. Chappell. Violino Primo/Cello e Basso/Cassa e Piatti/Side Drum & Triangle/Timpani only part A4 booklet (see piano part above)     2.00 each orchestral scores
mus294     THE MIKADO film booklet (15 x 22.5 cms) FACSIMILE created by laser colour photocopying of original. 16 pages of b&w photos from the film with: Cast List and biogs; The Story; How MK came into being; G ...
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mus296     BRIGHT EYES Gavotte for Banjo with Piano accompaniment. Barnes & Mullins, Bournemouth pp4 (with Banjo part). A4 booklet     £4.00 music covers
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mus292(1)     (1) THE EMERALD ISLE by Arthur Sullivan and Edward German. LANCERS by WarwickWilliams Full-sized laser photocopied coloured Music Covers (some very scarce):   £5.00 each music covers
orc290     COLOUR PHOTOCOPY: RUTLAND BARRINGTON as `Pooh-Bah' in `The Mikado'. Players Past & Present No.16 (1916) - A4 copy from cigarette card (Original card: £5.00)     2 orchestral scores
PIA269     SELECTION from Sullivan's Opera THE YEOMEN OF THE GUARD for the pianoforte by Charles Godfrey Jnr. Chappell pp20 . A4 booklet     £3.00 PIANO
orc287     THE SAVOY LANCERS arr. William Moore: piano (A4 spiral bound booklet)/ 1st violin/ 2nd violin/ viola/ cello & basso/ flute & piccolo/ 1st & 2nd clarinets in A/ 1st & 2nd cornets in A/ bass trombone/ s ...
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orc271     THE GONDOLIERS SELECTION by Charles Godfrey,Junr. Chappell.Violino primo (and conductor) part only A4 booklet (see piano part above)     2 orchestral scores
orc285     REMINISCENCES OF THE SAVOY. Selection of Favourite Melodies. Arr. W.Moore. 1st & 2nd Cornets in Bb. Chappell pp13     3 orchestral scores
orc284     THE PIRATES OF PENZANCE Selection 1st Clarinet Bb only Published by Richard Smith, London     1 orchestral scores
orc283     H.M.S.PINAFORE SELECTION. Hawkes pp10 1st Violin.(Conductor) part only A4 booklet     3 orchestral scores
orc282     PATIENCE SELECTION by W.Winterbottom. Arranged for String Orchestra by E.Binding. Piano-Conductor. Hawkes & Son pp20 (with wind cues)     6 orchestral scores
orc281     PATIENCE LANCERS by Charles D'Albert. Chappell. Violino Primo part only. A3 folded sheet (see piano part above)     1 orchestral scores
orc280     THE NAUTCH GIRL Selection (arr. C.Godfrey) from the comic opera written by George Dance and Frank Desprez. Composed by Edward Solomon. Violino Primo only. Chappell (1891) A4 booklet pp12     2 orchestral scores
orc278     THE MIKADO NEW SELECTION Arranged by Warwick Williams. Chappell. 1st Violin part/ Cello e Basso parts only A4 booklet     2.00 each orchestral scores
orc277     THE MIKADO Arranged for Orchestra by J.Pougher. Chappell. Violino Primo part only A4 booklet     2 orchestral scores
orc273     IOLANTHE Selection 1st Clarinet Bb part only Published by Richard Smith, London     1 orchestral scores
orc275     MASCARADE du MARCHAND DE VENISE SUITE arr. par J.Nemeti. Bosworth (c)1920 pp8 Violino I.(Direction) part only A4 booklet     3 orchestral scores
orc288     NEW SULLIVAN SELECTION by Dan Godfrey. Chappell (1922) pp12. 1st Violin (Conductor) part only A4 booklet     3 orchestral scores
PIA221b     THE MIKADO QUADRILLE by P.Bucalossi (b) SOLO pp12 non-coloured A4 booklet   (b)£4.00 PIANO
PIA216b     THE LOST CHORD : (b) arranged for Organ by Dr.Spark. Boosey pp7 A4 booklet     PIANO
PIA217     MARCHE DANOISE A4 photocopied facsimile. Dedicated by special permission to His Royal Highness THE PRINCE OF WALES. Performed by the Military Bands of England, Denmark, Russia & Co. Composed by Arthur ...
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    4 PIANO
PIA219     THE MIKADO LANCERS by P. Bucalossi. Illustrated coloured cover with music Chappell (1885) pp9. Full size (stapled)     10 PIANO
PIA220     THE MIKADO POTPOURRI cover sepia (Ko-Ko and Katisha) (Jos. Weinberger & Hofbauer, Wien) (new to catalogue) (approx. 25.5 x 33.5 cms) (arranger not credited): (a) POTPOURRI No.I (actual size), coloured cover, card back pp13   £10.00 each PIANO
PIA220b     THE MIKADO POTPOURRI cover sepia (Ko-Ko and Katisha) (Jos. Weinberger & Hofbauer, Wien) (new to catalogue) (approx. 25.5 x 33.5 cms) (arranger not credited): (b) POTPOURRI No.2 (actual size), coloured cover, card back pp13     PIANO
PIA221     THE MIKADO QUADRILLE by P.Bucalossi (a) SOLO Illustrated Music Cover (stamped 6.1.86). Chappell pp7 (Full Size stapled/ card backing)   (a)£10.00 PIANO
PIA230     PATIENCE WALTZ by Charles D'Albert. Chappel pp10. Full-size (stapled) with colour Illustrated Music Cover (without outer wrap)     10 PIANO
PIA221c     THE MIKADO QUADRILLE by P.Bucalossi (c) DUET Chappell pp14 non-coloured A4 booklet   (c)£4.00 PIANO
PIA221X     THE MIKADO VALSE on Airs from Gilbert and Sullivan's Opera by P.Bucalossi. Chappell pp9 (coloured illustrated cover : "Three Little Maids from School are We") (actual size 27 x 37 cms) (c.1885 date)     £7.00 PIANO
PIA222     NEW SELECTION from THE MIKADO for the Pianoforte by Warwick Williams. Chappell pp12. Some notes faint as original quality poor. A4 booklet (see: original pianoforte part and 1st Violin/ Cello e Basso ...
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    4 PIANO
PIA226     PATIENCE LANCERS by Charles D'Albert. Chappell pp7. Full-size (stapled) with colour Illustrated Music Cover     10 PIANO
PIA227     PATIENCE LANCERS by Charles D'Albert. Chappell pp7. Full-size (stapled) with colour Illustrated Music Cover As above: A4 spiral bound booklet   5 PIANO
PIA228     PATIENCE LANCERS by Charles D'Albert. Chappell pp7. Full-size (stapled) with colour Illustrated Music Cover Also Violino Primo part only. A3 folded sheet   1 PIANO
PIA229     PATIENCE QUADRILLE (`LE' trimmed) by Charles D'Albert. Chappell pp9. Full-size (stapled) with colour Illustrated Music Cover     10 PIANO
Art76   “THE MIKADO” film PREMIERE 1939 January 18 SKETCH p101 “THE MIKADO” film PREMIERE (Society photos)     £3.00 photocopied
mus292(11)   H.M.S.PINAFORE WALTZ (11) H.M.S.PINAFORE WALTZ by Charles Godfrey     £5.00 each music covers
mus292(33)   RUDDIGORE LANCERS (33) RUDDIGORE LANCERS by P.Bucalossi (trimmed)     £5.00 each music covers
PIA195 GERMAN, Edward (a) THE EMERALD ISLE (1901) Written by B.Hood. Composed by AS and Edward German : (a) Pianoforte Solo Score. Chappell pp117     (a)25.00 PIANO
PIA197 JONES, Sidney (a) THE GEISHA. Music by Sidney Jones (a) THE GEISHA LANCERS arr. Carl Kiefert. Hopwood & Crew (1896) pp8 (coloured illustrated cover)     (a) £7.00 PIANO
Art9   (a) VERY SPECIAL A3 PHOTOCOPIED FACSIMILE OF A RARE PORTRAIT OF SIR ARTHUR SULLIVAN: (approx. size 28 x 38.5 cms) PUCK London Saturday, December 14th, 1889 (Puck was only published 1889 Jan - to June 1890 when it changed its name). The colour image is six-colour lithography. The artist Tom Merry was largely a (fa ...
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(b) A3 Giclee Print. (Giclee prints are produced on an Epson 2100 Printer using dye pigment-based inks with an archival life of 75 years). Printed on White 190 gsm Archival Matte ...
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SON185 SULLIVAN, Arthur (a) WHERE THE BEE SUCKS. Words by Shakespeare. (From the music to THE TEMPEST) (a) in D flat (soprano). From SOPRANO SONGS ed. Sydney Northcote. The New Imperial Edition. Boosey (c) 1949. A4 booklet pp3     (a) £2.00 SONG SHEETS
SON186a SULLIVAN, Arthur (a) WILL HE COME? (1865) Song by Adelaide Anne Proctor. Composed expressly for Madame Sainton Dolby (a) No.1 in D. Boosey & Co pp8 A4 booklet     (a) £3.00 SONG SHEETS
PIA197b JONES, Sidney (b) LA GEISHA (b) LA GEISHA Fantaisie-Selection sur les motifs de la celebre Operette. Ascherberg, Hopwood & Crew (1896) (New Copyright 1920) (coloured illustrated cover by R. de Valerio)     (b) £7.00 PIANO
PIA196b GERMAN, Edward (b) THE EMERALD ISLE (1901) Written by B.Hood. Composed by AS and Edward German : (b) Selection by Charles Godfrey, Junr. Chappell pp19 A4 booklet     (b)£5.00 PIANO
SON185b SULLIVAN, Arthur (b) WHERE THE BEE SUCKS. Words by Shakespeare. (From the music to THE TEMPEST) (b) in B flat major (mezzo-soprano) pp4 A4     (b) £2.00 SONG SHEETS
SON186b SULLIVAN, Arthur (b) WILL HE COME? (1865) Song by Adelaide Anne Proctor. Composed expressly for Madame Sainton Dolby (b) No.2 in F (mezzo-soprano). Boosey pp7 A4 booklet     (b) £3.00 SONG SHEETS
SON192b SULLIVAN, Arthur (b) YOUTH WILL NEEDS HAVE DALLIANCE King Henry's Song. Words by Henry VIII (b) No. 2 in E-flat major (Compass E-flat to E-flat). Metzler pp7 A4 booklet     (b) £3.00 SONG SHEETS
SON186c SULLIVAN, Arthur (c) WILL HE COME? (1865) Song by Adelaide Anne Proctor. Composed expressly for Madame Sainton Dolby (c) in E flat (medium voice/contralto) pp4 A4 booklet     (c) £3.00 SONG SHEETS
SON186d SULLIVAN, Arthur (d) WILL HE COME? (1865) Song by Adelaide Anne Proctor. Composed expressly for Madame Sainton Dolby (d) in D major (contralto) pp5 Boosey & Co., Contralto Songs Vol.I, Imperial Edition, A4 booklet     (d) £3.00 SONG SHEETS
Art57ZXb   1922 THE ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS: (b) Nov. 12 p.652 Sullivan, Gilbert, and English Opera.  (article and photos. of Helen Gilliland as Patience and Gallery Scene from Ruddigore with Lytton)     (A3 colour photocopy) Articles
Art57ZXc   1923 THE ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS: (c) Nov. 26 p.724 photo. (7 x 9 cms) of : A Great Success : Miss Bertha Lewis in "Patience"       Articles
Art57ZXd   1924 THE ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS: (d) Dec. 24 p.874 : The Mikado revived at the Prince’s Theatre: photo. (6.5 x 8 cms) of Mr. Henry Lytton as Koko and Miss Bertha Lewis as Katisha       Articles
SON132 SULLIVAN, Arthur A LIFE THAT LIVES FOR YOU Song A LIFE THAT LIVES FOR YOU. Words by Lionel H. Lewin. (Boosey 1870) pp6 (no title page) A4 booklet     £3.00 SONG SHEETS
Voc89b   A PRINCESS OF KENSINGTON (First produced at the Savoy Theatre Jan.22, 1903). A New and Original Comic Opera in Two Acts. Written by Basil Hood. Composed by Edward German. (b) CONCERT SELECTION (1903) pp120     (b)£20.00 Vocal Scores
Voc89   A PRINCESS OF KENSINGTON (First produced at the Savoy Theatre Jan.22, 1903). A New and Original Comic Opera in Two Acts. Written by Basil Hood. Composed by Edward German. (a) Vocal Score: Arranged from the Full Score by Wilfred Bendall. Chappell (1903) pp252 (with cast list). A4 spiral-bound booklet including ADDENDA: SONG (Brook) `A Sprig of Rosemarie'     (a)£45.00 Vocal Scores
SON96 GROSSMITH, George AN AWFUL LITTLE SCRUB. Humorous Song. Written, Composed & Sung by GEORGE GROSSMITH J.Bath (list of Grossmith songs on back) A4 booklet pp5     £4.00 SONG SHEETS
PIA256 Sullivan, Arthur ARTHUR S .SULLIVAN PIANO MUSIC ARTHUR S .SULLIVAN PIANO MUSIC. Ed. with an intro. and notes by John Parry and Peter Joslin: Thoughts Nos 1 & 2; Day Dreams Nos 1-6; Allegro Risoluto; Twilight. Chappell pp55 A4 spiral bound booklet     £12.00 PIANO
Art13AT   ATALANTA June 1892 article on WSG pp557-558 : line drawings of The Mountebanks       £8.00 Articles
Art51   BLACK & WHITE : 1907 April 20. THE REVIVAL OF "PATIENCE" (photos. of Clara Dow, C.H. Workman and Act I Finale) p550     £5.00 Articles
Art50b   BLACK & WHITE : (b) 1907 Feb.9. THE GILBERT AND SULLIVAN REVIVAL : THE GONDOLIERS (photos. of Richard Green, Pacie Ripple, Lilian Coomber, John Clulow, Jessie Rose, Louie Rene, C.H. Workman, Marie Wilson) p191       Articles
Art50   BLACK & WHITE : (a)1907 Feb.9. THE GILBERT AND SULLIVAN REVIVAL : THE GONDOLIERS (photos. of Louie Rene, Clara Dow and Beatrice Meredith, and Act I Finale chorus girls) p190     £5.00 each Articles
Art20X   BLACK AND WHITE magazine (a) March 14, 1896 THE GRAND DUKE at the Savoy p335     (a)£5.00 Articles
Art20Xc   BLACK AND WHITE magazine (c) Oct. 23, 1897 Mr. Gilbert's New Play (THE FORTUNE-HUNTER) [text only] p506     (c)£3.00 Articles
Art20Xb   BLACK AND WHITE magazine (b) Feb. 27, 1897 HIS MAJESTY at the Savoy p261 (half-page)     (b)£3.00 Articles
Art72 GILBERT, W.S. BOOK ILLUSTRATIONS from Russell Flint's illustrations from THE SAVOY OPERAS & IOLANTHE AND OTHER OPERAS BOOK ILLUSTRATIONS: actual size colour photocopies from Russell Flint's original watercolour illustrations in: Savoy Operas - Pirates, Patience, Princess Ida, Yeomen (Bell 1909)/ Iolanthe and other Op ...
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SON102b GILBERT, W. S. and SULLIVAN, Arthur BRIGHTLY DAWNS OUR WEDDING DAY. Madrigal for Four Voices from THE MIKADO (b) No.96. Chappell's Vocal Library of Part-Songs, &c. (c)1911. A4 booklet pp6     £3.00 SONG SHEETS
SON102 GILBERT, W. S. and SULLIVAN, Arthur BRIGHTLY DAWNS OUR WEDDING DAY. Madrigal for Four Voices from THE MIKADO (a) Early C20th .Chappell (No.96. Chappell's Vocal Library.) A4 booklet pp8     £4.00 SONG SHEETS
Art22   CASSELL'S FAMILY MAGAZINE. Our Birthday Pages (16.5 x 24 cms) (colour photocopy) : (a) May 1897 Arthur Sullivan photo p653     £2.00 each Articles
Art22b   CASSELL'S FAMILY MAGAZINE. Our Birthday Pages (16.5 x 24 cms) (colour photocopy) : (b) Nov. 1897 W.S.Gilbert photo p643       Articles
Art10b   DAILY GRAPHIC (b) April 24, 1890 Sketches at the performace of THE MIKADO at St. George's Hall, Lime Street, Liverpool, given by The Rockferry AOS p8 (illustration)     (b) £3.00 Articles
Art10c   DAILY GRAPHIC (c) July 2, 1891 cover THE NAUTCH GIRL at the Savoy p1, plus text p. 4 (and July 1 p7)     (c)£10.00 Articles
PIA193 CELLIER, Alfred DOROTHY A Comedy Opera written by B.C.Stephenson. Music by Alfred Cellier Pianoforte Solo. Chappell (1886) pp80 A4 spiral-bound booklet     £20.00 PIANO
orc270 CELLIER, Alfred DOROTHY SELECTION DOROTHY SELECTION. Selected and Arranged by John Pougher. Chappell. Violino Primo part only (A4 booklet)     £2.00 orchestral scores
PIA194 CELLIER, Alfred DOROTHY WALTZ DUET From B.C.Stephenson & Alfred Cellier's Comedy Opera by P.Bucalossi Chappell pp15 A4 spiral-bound booklet     £6.00 PIANO
PHOT618 SULLIVAN, Arthur EIGHT SONGS BY ARTHUR SULLIVAN (c.mid.1870s) Contents: Looking Back (1870); Wake, Gentle Maiden (from THE CONTRABANDISTA, 1867); None But I Can Say (1872); Tis The Midwatch of Night (from ON SHORE AND SEA, 1871); Thou Art Lost To Me (1865); My D ...
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mus295   FACSIMILE: 2-fold Menu Card (creamy yellow - approx.size: 10.2 x 15.3 cms) The G&S Society Supper held at Slaters Oak Room, 18-24 High Street Kensington on Sunday, March 16th, 1930 : Cover: "How fleeting are the glutton's joys With fish and fowl he lightly toys, And pays for such expensive tricks Sometimes as much as two-and-six." (THE GRAND DUKE)
Inside: Menu with G&S opera quo ...
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PIA196 GERMAN, Edward FALLEN FAIRIES (or The Wicked World) Selection. Written by W.S. Gilbert. Composed by Edward German. Arranged for the Pianoforte by the Composer. Chappell (1910) A4 booklet pp15     £5.00 PIANO
PIA269X SULLIVAN, Arthur FANTASIA ON GILBERT & SULLIVAN'S OPERA THE YEOMEN OF THE GUARD FOR THE PIANOFORTE BY BOYTON SMITH FANTASIA ON GILBERT & SULLIVAN'S OPERA THE YEOMEN OF THE GUARD FOR THE PIANOFORTE BY BOYTON SMITH. Arranged from J.H.Wadsworth's Vocal Score. Chappell pp13. A4 stapled booklet     £4.00 PIANO
PIA239 SULLIVAN, Arthur FANTASIA ON THE PIRATES OF PENZANCE Arranged for the Piano Forte by W.Kuhe. Chappell pp11. A4 stapled booklet     £4.00 PIANO
Voc94   FESTIVAL TE DEUM LAUDAMUS and DOMINE SALVAM FAC REGINAM FESTIVAL TE DEUM LAUDAMUS and DOMINE SALVAM FAC REGINAM by Arthur Sullivan for soprano solo, chorus, orchestra, organ and military band (ad libitum) composed for the Festival held at the Crystal Palac ...
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Art10a   GALAXY OF SONG (a) Black and white ENGRAVED PORTRAIT PLATE OF CARL ROSA (approx. 21 x 30 cms)
(from GALAXY OF SONG. Popular Songs & their Composers (1883) pp330)
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PHOT617 SULLIVAN, Arthur S. GOD SHALL WIPE AWAY ALL TEARS IN G. Compass. D to G. Air from the Oratorio THE LIGHT OF THE WORLD (1873). Sung by Madme. Trebelli. Cramer pp5. A4 booklet     £2.00 PHOTOCOPIED PIANO
SON118 SULLIVAN, Arthur S. GOD SHALL WIPE AWAY ALL TEARS IN E. Compass. B to E. Air from the Oratorio THE LIGHT OF THE WORLD (1873). Sung by Madme. Trebelli. Cramer. A4 booklet pp5     £2.00 photocopied
SON119 SULLIVAN, Arthur GOLDEN DAYS Song in D GOLDEN DAYS. Words by Lionel H. Lewin. In D major. pp2 A3 folded     £1.00 SONG SHEETS
Voc79 CELLIER, Alfred GRAY'S ELEGY: CANTATA Composed expressly for THE LEEDS FESTIVAL, 1883, by ALFRED CELLIER. Arranged from the Full Score by Berthold Tours. Chappell pp120. A4 spiral-bound booklet     £25.00 Vocal Scores
PIA254 Sullivan, Arthur GREAT MASTERS A Series of Books arranged for pianoforte, American organ, harmonium or organ. Edited by Arthur Purcell. BOOK 7 (between Wagner and Mendelssohn) SULLIVAN GREAT MASTERS A Series of Books arranged for pianoforte, American organ, harmonium or organ. Edited by Arthur Purcell. BOOK 7 (between Wagner and Mendelssohn) SULLIVAN. Pieces from The Tempest (1861/4 ...
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PIA255 Sullivan Arthur GREAT MASTERS FOR YOUNG PUPILS A Selection of Classical Pieces for Pianoforte Simplified & Fingered by Alfred Seymour. No.18 ARTHUR SULLIVAN GREAT MASTERS FOR YOUNG PUPILS A Selection of Classical Pieces for Pianoforte Simplified & Fingered by Alfred Seymour. No.18 ARTHUR SULLIVAN: The Banquet Dance (Tempest)/ Thoughts Op2 Nos 1 & 2 (1862) ...
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SON120 SULLIVAN, Arthur GUINEVERE! (1872) Song in C Song, Words by Lionel H. Lewin, composed expressly for and dedicated to Madlle. Titiens by Arthur S. Sullivan. Ashdown & Parry. A4 booklet pp9     £3.00 SONG SHEETS
PIA233 SULLIVAN, Arthur H.M.S.PINAFORE FANTASIA H.M.S.PINAFORE FANTASIA by Edouard Dorn. Metzler pp13     £3.00 PIANO
mus292(8)   H.M.S.PINAFORE GALOP (8) H.M.S.PINAFORE GALOP by Charles Godfrey     £5.00 each music covers
mus292(9)   H.M.S.PINAFORE LANCERS (9) H.M.S.PINAFORE LANCERS by Charles Coote Junr.     £5.00 each music covers
mus292(10)   H.M.S.PINAFORE QUADRILLE (10) H.M.S.PINAFORE QUADRILLE by Charles Godfrey     £5.00 each music covers
mus292(7)   HE WAS A CAREFUL MAN (7) HE WAS A CAREFUL MAN Humorous Song Written, Composed, & Sung by George Grossmith, Junr.     £5.00 each music covers
SON121 SULLIVAN, Arthur HO, JOLLY JENKIN The Friar's Song from IVANHOE Words by Julian Sturgis No.1 in D major. Chappell (1891) pp7 A4 booklet     £3.00 SONG SHEETS
SON124 SULLIVAN, Arthur I AM A RULER ON THE SEA I AM A RULER ON THE SEA (from the Masque KENILWORTH). Words by H.F.Chorley. (Chappell 1865) pp6 A4 booklet     £2.00 SONG SHEETS
SON129 SULLIVAN, Arthur I WOULD I WERE A KING Song in D I WOULD I WERE A KING. Words by Sir Alexander Cockburn. In D (for Bass) pp5 A4 booklet     £3.00 SONG SHEETS
SON126 SULLIVAN, Arthur IF DOUGHTY DEEDS MY LADY PLEASE Written by Graham of Gartmore (1735 - 1797) . In E flat. Sung by Mr Santley. Composed & Dedicated to Mrs Scott Russell. Chappell pp5 A4 booklet     £2.00 SONG SHEETS
Art52   ILLUSTRATED SPORTING AND DRAMATIC NEWS: (a) 1907 March 9. THE LATE ROSINA BRANDRAM (with photo. as Fairy Queen in IOLANTHE). Illustrated Sporting and Dramatic News p64 (half page)     £5.00 each Articles
Art32b   ILLUSTRATED SPORTING AND DRAMATIC NEWS: (b) 1907 March 16. MISS JESSIE ROSE who is appearing as Tessa in THE GONDOLIERS and Phoebe in THE YEOMEN OF THE GUARD at The Savoy Theatre. Front page No. 1,748 Vol. LXVII       Articles
mus292(12)   IOLANTHE LANCERS (12) IOLANTHE LANCERS by Charles D'Albert     £5.00 each music covers
mus292(13)   IOLANTHE POLKA (13) IOLANTHE POLKA by Charles D'Albert     £5.00 each music covers
mus292(14)   IOLANTHE QUADRILLE (14) IOLANTHE QUADRILLE by Charles D'Albert     £5.00 each music covers
orc274 SULLIVAN, Arthur IOLANTHE SELECTION Arranged by J.Riviere IOLANTHE SELECTION Arranged by J.Riviere. Hawkes. 1st Violin (conductor) part only     £3.00 orchestral scores
SON128X SULLIVAN, Arthur IT CAME UPON THE MIDNIGHT CLEAR. Words by E.H. Sears IT CAME UPON THE MIDNIGHT CLEAR. Words by E.H. Sears (from Five Sacred Part-Songs : 1871) pp4 (A3 folded)     £2.00 SONG SHEETS
PHOT622 SULLIVAN, Arthur IVANHOE FANTASIA IVANHOE FANTASIA from Sullivan's Romantic Opera for Violin and Piano by Berthold Tours (c.1891). Chappell pp19 (with Violin part) rare     £8.00 photocopied
PIA213 SULLIVAN, Arthur IVANHOE FANTASIA IVANHOE FANTASIA by W.Kuhe. Chappell pp15. A4 booklet     £5.00 PIANO
  SULLIVAN, Arthur IVANHOE Fantasia on the Opera of Pianoforte Solo by Boyton Smith. Chappell (1891) pp15     £5.00 photocopied
Voc83 SULLIVAN, Arthur KENILWORTH A Masque of the days of Queen Elizabeth as performed at The Birmingham Festival. Words by Henry F. Chorley. Music by Arthur S. Sullivan. Chappell. Facsimile (not a photocopy) of excellent quality take ...
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PIA215 SULLIVAN, Arthur LET ME DREAM AGAIN Arthur Sullivan's Popular Song arranged for the Pianoforte by Kuhe. Boosey (c.1877) pp9 A4 booklet     £3.00 PIANO
SON130 SULLIVAN, Arthur LET ME DREAM AGAIN. Song No.3 in E flat. LET ME DREAM AGAIN. The Words by B.C.Stephenson. The Music Composed expressly for Madame Christine Nilsson. No.3 in E flat. Boosey (1876) pp7 Inscribed April 21 1876 Full-size     £3.00 SONG SHEETS
SON131 SULLIVAN, Arthur LET ME DREAM AGAIN. The Words by B.C.Stephenson. Song in C and D The Music Composed expressly for Madame Christine Nilsson: No.1 in C inscribed 1884 A4 booklet
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Art75b   LIBRARIANS' WORLD 2 May, 1993:- (b) GETTING IT WRITTEN by Tony Joseph re: THE D'OYLY CARTE OPERA COMPANY 1875-1982 An Unofficial History (pp2 )       Articles
SON133 GILBERT, W.S. and SULLIVAN, A LITTLE MAID OF ARCADEE (from THESPIS) LITTLE MAID OF ARCADEE. Words by W.S.Gilbert. Music by Arthur S. Sullivan (from THESPIS). Ashdown & Parry pp5 (A4 booklet) (1872)     £3.00 SONG SHEETS
SON134 SULLIVAN, Arthur LIVING POEMS Song LIVING POEMS Words by H.W.Longfellow. (Boosey 1874) pp3 (no title page) A4     £1.00 SONG SHEETS
SON136a SULLIVAN, Arthur LOOKING BACK (1870) Song in D Words by Louisa Gray pp4 (A4 booklet )     £2.00 SONG SHEETS
SON136b SULLIVAN, Arthur LOOKING BACK (1870) Song in F Words by Louisa Gray No.2 in F (A4 booklet )     £2.00 SONG SHEETS
SON136X SULLIVAN, Arthur LOOKING BACK (1870) Song. No.2 in F LOOKING BACK (1870) No.2 in F. Words by Louisa Gray. Composed expressly, and Dedicated to Made. Trebelli-Bettini. Boosey pp7 (A4 stapled booklet)     £4.00 SONG SHEETS
ArtTTo   Mike Leigh's film TOPSY-TURVY (o) THE INDEPENDENT 21 Feb. 2000 THE MONDAY REVIEW. CINEMA LISTINGS: NEW FILMS with photo. of Allan Corduner as Sullivan     £1.00 Articles
ArtTTw   Mike Leigh's film TOPSY-TURVY (w) THE A LIST IN THE MIRROR, August 25-31, 2000 p6 FAN-TASTIC Leigh takes the Mikado and it's fun by Jessica Mellor. With colour photos. : JAP HAPPY Three Little Maids
WAY-OUT EAST: Tim Spall
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ArtTTl   Mike Leigh's film TOPSY-TURVY (l) THE TIMES Thursday 17 Feb. 2000. (1) p43 NEW MOVIES: `Life is sweet for the naked Savoyard' by Adam Mars-Jones. Times 3 Arts Full page (2) p44 `The Peter picked as patter pater' by Matt Wolf. Time ...
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ArtTTh   Mike Leigh's film TOPSY-TURVY (h) EVENING STANDARD. Monday 14 Feb. 2000. ARTS p65: `It's comedy Jim, but not as we know it' by Hettie Judah (interview with Jim Broadbent)     £1.00 Articles
ArtTTj   Mike Leigh's film TOPSY-TURVY (j) Wed. 16 Feb. 2000 6.30pm. BARBICAN SCREEN. MIKE LEIGH interviewed by John Millar. Programme Notes including Cast List A4 double-sided     £1.00 Articles
ArtTTi   Mike Leigh's film TOPSY-TURVY (i) EVENING STANDARD. Wed. 16 Feb. 2000 FEATURES: (1) p29 `Laughter! Tears! Oscar?' by Andrew Billen (interview with Mike Leigh). Colour photo £3.00 (2) p30 (continued) b/w £1.00     £3.00/£1.00 each Articles
ArtTTm   Mike Leigh's film TOPSY-TURVY (m) WEST END EXTRA 18 Feb. 2000 TOPSY-TURVY review with photos     £1.00 Articles
ArtTTu   Mike Leigh's film TOPSY-TURVY (u) THE CURZON DIARY MARCH & APRIL 2000. Entry for TOPSY-TURVY with photo. of T.Spall as The Mikado     £1.00 Articles
ArtTTk   Mike Leigh's film TOPSY-TURVY (k) EVENING STANDARD Thursday 17 Feb. 2000. (1) p29 FILM: `Leigh a la Carte' by Alexander Walker. Colour photo @ £3.00 (2) p30 (continued) b/w @ £1.00     £3.00/£1.00 each Articles
ArtTTg   Mike Leigh's film TOPSY-TURVY (g) THE SUNDAY EXPRESS MAGAZINE Sunday 13 Feb. 2000 `Watch this face' by Vicki Reid (profile of Jim Broadbent)     £2.00 Articles
ArtTTf   Mike Leigh's film TOPSY-TURVY (f) METRO LIFE Friday 11 Feb. 2000 p18 THE REEL WORLD with Nina Caplan (colour photo)     £3.00 Articles
ArtTTn   Mike Leigh's film TOPSY-TURVY (n) METRO Feb. 19 - 25 2000 pp8-10 . FILM: THE BIG INTERVIEW. Timothy Spall has made his name giving unexpected depth to a string of misfits and weirdos. Now he is set to scale musical heights in two ...
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ArtTTr   Mike Leigh's film TOPSY-TURVY (r) THE INDEPENDENT Saturday 26 Feb. 2000 THE WEEKEND REVIEW: p5 HOWARD JACOBSON: CREATIVE SUCCESS AND POPULAR ACCLAIM CAN BE SUCH A TERRIBLE DISAPPOINTMENT/ p8 A THING OF SHREDS AND PATCHES: FOR HIS ...
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ArtTTe   Mike Leigh's film TOPSY-TURVY (e) THE GUARDIAN Friday 4 Feb. 2000 Gilbert & Sullivan special: `Century of sneers' by Adrian Mourby (page 4)     £1.00 Articles
ArtTTp   Mike Leigh's film TOPSY-TURVY (p) HOT TICKETS 18 - 24 Feb. 2000: CINEMA (1) NEW RELEASES by Alexander Walker £1.00 (2) p9 interview with Shirley Henderson playing Leonora Braham. Colour photo of the Three Little Maids     £3.00 Articles
ArtTTd   Mike Leigh's film TOPSY-TURVY (d) THE GUARDIAN Friday 4 Feb. 2000 Gilbert & Sullivan special: `Going for a Song' by Danny Leigh (page 2)     £1.00 Articles
ArtTTq   Mike Leigh's film TOPSY-TURVY (q) EVENING STANDARD 24 Feb. 2000 CINEMA. Colour photo.: Taking the Mikado: Timothy Spall in TOPSY-TURVY     £3.00 Articles
ArtTTc   Mike Leigh's film TOPSY-TURVY (c) THE INDEPENDENT ON SUNDAY 30 Jan. 2000 `The very model' by Matthew Sweet     £1.00 Articles
ArtTTv   Mike Leigh's film TOPSY-TURVY (v) RADIO TIMES 25-31 March 2000 pp8-12 (4 sides) Andrew Duncan meets Mike Leigh "Who says I'm sadistic? All director's are control freaks, so it's no big deal" (small colour photo of TOPSY-TURVY p12) ...
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ArtTTb   Mike Leigh's film TOPSY-TURVY (b) THE DAILY TELEGRAPH Saturday 29 Jan. 2000 `A new slice of life' by Rupert Christiansen (1) colour £4.00 (split full page + b/w continuation) (2) b/w £2.00     £4.00/£2.00 each Articles
ArtTTt   Mike Leigh's film TOPSY-TURVY (t) EPHEMERA: (1) POCKET FILMS 18 - 24 Feb. 2000 Issue 40 (colour folded brochure with TOPSY-TURVY poster design) £2.00 (2) Whiteleys 18 - 24 Feb. cinema bill including TOPSY-TURVY listing + ticket st ...
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ARTI1   Mike Leigh's film TOPSY-TURVY (a) THE INDEPENDENT Friday 28 Jan. 2000 `A return to Victorian values?' by Ben Thompson     £1.00 Articles
ArtTTs   Mike Leigh's film TOPSY-TURVY (s) RADIO TIMES 26 Feb. - 3 March 2000. FILMS: p55 `Leigh in a new key'. Barry Norman on a successful move from modern life to musical history. Colour photo     £3.00 Articles
SON141b   MY DEAREST HEART Composed expressly for and dedicated to Mrs. Osgood. Boosey (1876) : (b) in G (2 sides)     (b)£1.00 SONG SHEETS
Art75   NEW LIBRARY WORLD September, 1990:- (a) AN AUTHOR'S GREATEST CRIME? by Tony Joseph re: writing the GEORGE GROSSMITH biography (pp2)     £1.00 each article Articles
SON145b SULLIVAN, Arthur O FAIR DOVE! O FOND DOVE! Words by Jean Ingelow (b) pp4 (no title page) in D major (contralto) A4 booklet To Miss Rachel Scott Russell   £2.00 SONG SHEETS
SON145 SULLIVAN, Arthur O FAIR DOVE! O FOND DOVE! Words by Jean Ingelow (a) pp5 (no title page) in E major A4 booklet To Miss Rachel Scott Russell   £2.00 SONG SHEETS
SON146 SULLIVAN, Arthur O GLADSOME LIGHT O GLADSOME LIGHT (EVENING HYMN) (From THE GOLDEN LEGEND). In F major. Arr. for 2 Voices by Henry Geehl. Ashdown Vocal Duets No. 270 (c)1955. A4 booklet pp8     £4.00 SONG SHEETS
PHOT610 Sullivan, Arthur ORPHEUS WITH HIS LUTE ORPHEUS WITH HIS LUTE. No.1 in G. Words from HENRY VIII (printed III - `V' added in pencil). Paxton pp7 large format VG+     £3.00 photocopied
SON152b   ORPHEUS WITH HIS LUTE No.3 in Bb Song, Words from Henry VIII by Shakespeare (b) Arr. as a Two-part Song by Henry Geehl. The Enoch Two Part Songs No.157 (c)1947. A4 booklet pp8     (b)2.00 SONG SHEETS
SON152   ORPHEUS WITH HIS LUTE No.3 in Bb Song, Words from Henry VIII by Shakespeare (a) Cramer pp7 A4 booklet     (a)2.00 SONG SHEETS
SON155 SULLIVAN, Arthur OVER THE ROOF from the opera THE SAPPHIRE NECKLACE. Written by Henry F. Chorley (one of two original songs from the opera, modern resetting) A4 stapled booklet pp6     £3.00 SONG SHEETS
Art6c   PALL MALL BUDGET (23 x 34 cms) (b&w photocopies): (c) Dec 5 1889 THE GONDOLIERS The New Opera at the Savoy. With costume sketch/ plot facsimile p1541 only       Articles
Art6   PALL MALL BUDGET (23 x 34 cms) (b&w photocopies): (a) Oct 11 1888 YEOMEN The New Opera at the Savoy pp8-9 (illustrated)     £1.00 each page Articles
Art6b   PALL MALL BUDGET (23 x 34 cms) (b&w photocopies): (b) Dec 20 1888 YEOMEN p28 only (illustrated page of actors in character)       Articles
Art6d   PALL MALL BUDGET (23 x 34 cms) (b&w photocopies): (d) Dec 12 1889 THE GONDOLIERS The New Opera at the Savoy: Scenes from the New Opera (p1576); Review with WSG/AS line drawings (p1577); The Melody-Maker of the Savoy (p1578)       Articles
Art75c   PARODY by Tony Joseph:- (c) TELL A TALE OF COCK AND BULL or, in this instance, Marketing at the Chemist (pp2)       Articles
PIA224   PATIENCE PATIENCE arranged for the Pianoforte (arr. Berthold Tours). Chappell pp64 A4 spiral-bound booklet     £15.00 PIANO
PIA225 SULLIVAN, Arthur PATIENCE FANTASIA PATIENCE FANTASIA by Boyton Smith. Chappell pp11. A4 stapled booklet     £5.00 PIANO
mus292(20)   PATIENCE LANCERS (20) PATIENCE LANCERS by Charles D'Albert     £5.00 each music covers
mus292(21)   PATIENCE POLKA (21) PATIENCE POLKA by Charles D'Albert     £5.00 each music covers
mus292(22)   PATIENCE QUADRILLE (22) PATIENCE QUADRILLE by Charles D'Albert (trimmed but images intact)     £5.00 each music covers
mus292(23)   PATIENCE WALTZ (23) PATIENCE WALTZ by Charles D'Albert     £5.00 each music covers
Voc88 PLANQUETTE, Robert PAUL JONES (1889) PAUL JONES (1889). Opera Comique in Three Acts. Written by H.B.Farnie. Composed by Robert Planquette. Hopwood & Crew pp142 (chord symbols written below bass stave throughout). A4 double-sided spiral b ...
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orc291   PHOTOCOPIED FACSIMILES of SAVOY PROGRAMMES: (a) THE GONDOLIERS (green) single fold, print run 750 dated 13/9/90     5.00 each PHOTOCOPIED PIANO
orc291b   PHOTOCOPIED FACSIMILES of SAVOY PROGRAMMES: (b) UTOPIA, LIMITED (pink/orange) single fold, print run 1,000 dated 31/10/93 (inscribed 1 Nov 1893)     £5.00 PHOTOCOPIED PIANO
SON158b   POOR WAND'RING ONE Song in the Comic Opera THE PIRATES OF PENZANCE. Chappell : (b) No.2 in A-flat pp7 (original key) (c.1920's - certainly between 1911-1948) A4 booklet       SONG SHEETS
SON158   POOR WAND'RING ONE Song in the Comic Opera THE PIRATES OF PENZANCE. Chappell : (a) No1 in F pp9 (c.1914) A4 booklet     £2.00 each SONG SHEETS
mus292(29)   PRINCESS IDA LANCERS (29) PRINCESS IDA LANCERS by Charles Coote     £5.00 each music covers
mus292(30)   PRINCESS IDA POLKA (30) PRINCESS IDA POLKA by P.Bucalossi     £5.00 each music covers
mus292(31)   PRINCESS IDA QUADRILLE (31) PRINCESS IDA QUADRILLE by P.Bucalossi     £5.00 each music covers
mus292(32)   PRINCESS IDA VALSE (32) PRINCESS IDA VALSE by P.Bucalossi     £5.00 each music covers
Voc90   PRINCESS TOTO Vocal Score PRINCESS TOTO (1876). In Three Acts. The Words by W.S.Gilbert. The Music by Frederic Clay. Metzler pp192 + APPENDIX pp1-17. A4 spiral-bound booklet     £45.00 Vocal Scores
SON159   QUEEN OF THE ROSES Song from HADDON HALL. No.3 in D minor. Sung by Miss Rosina Brandram. Written by Sydney Grundy. Chappell (1892) pp7 (a) Full-size     (a)4.00 SONG SHEETS
SON159b   QUEEN OF THE ROSES Song from HADDON HALL. No.3 in D minor. Sung by Miss Rosina Brandram. Written by Sydney Grundy. Chappell (1892) pp8 (b) A4 booklet     (b)2.00 SONG SHEETS
mus292(34)   RUDDIGORE POLKA (34) RUDDIGORE POLKA by P.Bucalossi     £5.00 each music covers
mus292(35)   RUDDIGORE QUADRILLE (35) RUDDIGORE QUADRILLE by P.Bucalossi     £5.00 each music covers
mus292(36)   RUDDIGORE WALTZ (36) RUDDIGORE WALTZ by P.Bucalossi     £5.00 each music covers
mus292(37)   SAVOY LANCERS (37) SAVOY LANCERS arr. William Moore     £5.00 each music covers
PIA247b   SAVOY LANCERS on Melodies from WSG and AS's Popular Operas. Chappell pp11: (b) A4 spiral bound booklet (with coloured cover)     (b)£4.00 PIANO
PIA247   SAVOY LANCERS on Melodies from WSG and AS's Popular Operas. Chappell pp11: (a) Full-size (with coloured cover)     (a)£6.00 PIANO
PIA249   SEE ME DANCE POLKA on George Grossmith's Popular Song by Edward Solomon. H G Banks lith. of dancing couple (b/w). Bath pp5 (a) Full-size     (a)3.00 PIANO
PIA249b   SEE ME DANCE POLKA on George Grossmith's Popular Song by Edward Solomon. H G Banks lith. of dancing couple (b/w). Bath pp6 (b) A4 booklet     (b)2.00 PIANO
PIA257   SELECTION OF ARTHUR SULLIVAN'S POPULAR SONGS SELECTION OF ARTHUR SULLIVAN'S POPULAR SONGS Including The Lost Chord, Old Love Letters - A Life That Lives for You - I Wish to Tune my Quivering Lyre - The Gay Hussar - From Rock to Rock - Sleep, My ...
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SON165 Melville & Sullivan SLEEP MY LOVE, SLEEP Song SLEEP MY LOVE, SLEEP (1874) No. 1 in D flat.. The Words by G. Whyte Melville. The Music composed expressly for Madame Patey. Boosey & Co. pp7 A4 stapled booklet   £4.00 SONG SHEETS
mus292(40)   SORCERER WALTZ (40) SORCERER WALTZ on Arthur Sullivan's Opera by Charles D'Albert. Metzler/ Chappell pp8     £5.00 each music covers
SON168 SULLIVAN, Arthur ST. AGNES EVE Song in C Composed 1879, and dedicated to Mrs Ronalds. Words by Tennyson modern setting pp8   £5.00 SONG SHEETS
Art15X   ST. PAUL'S magazine (a) Nov. 10, 1894 Article "Mr. Gilbert's New Opera" THE MOUNTEBANKS by Charles Willeby [text only] p188 £3.00     (a)£3.00 Articles
Art15Xb   ST. PAUL'S magazine (b) Dec. 29 1894 Review THE CHIEFTAIN by Charles Willeby [text only] p493     (b)£3.00 Articles
Art35   STAGE BEAUTIES OF THE CORONATION YEAR 1902 Jan. 29 STAGE BEAUTIES OF THE CORONATION YEAR. MISS AGNES FRASER, PLAYING CELIA IN IOLANTHE AT THE SAVOY THEATRE (full page portrait). THE SKETCH p63     £5.00 Articles
mus292(41)   SWEETHEARTS WALTZ (41) SWEETHEARTS WALTZ by Charles D'Albert     £5.00 each music covers
PIA258   SWEETHEARTS WALTZ SWEETHEARTS WALTZ on AS's popular song by Charles D'Albert. Chappell (1875) pp9 Full-size with illustrated coloured cover     £7.00 PIANO
SON95b   THE ABSENT=MINDED BEGGAR: (b) No.2 in D (C to E). The Words by Rudyard Kipling. Published for the Daily Mail Publishing Company by Enoch & Sons (1899) pp9. A4 booklet     (b)3.00 SONG SHEETS
SON95   THE ABSENT=MINDED BEGGAR: (a) Special Edition de Luxe. Being a facsimile reproduction of the ORIGINAL MANUSCRIPT by Sir Arthur Sullivan. Ridgways. 6 Nov. 1899 (landscape: approx. 35 x 25 cms) (colour: front and inside cover + ...
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Voc75   THE BEAUTY STONE (1898) Comb-bound photocopy THE BEAUTY STONE (1898).An Original Romantic Musical Drama in Three Acts By Arthur W. Pinero, J. Comyns Carr, and Arthur Sullivan. Arranged from the Full Score by Wilfred Bendall. Chappell pp211     £40.00 Vocal Scores
SON103b   THE CHORISTER. Words by Fred E. Weatherly. Metzler pp5 : (b) No.3 in G major (A4 reduction with illustrated coloured cover)       SONG SHEETS
SON103   THE CHORISTER. Words by Fred E. Weatherly. Metzler pp5 : (a) No.1 in E major + Organ part (A4 reduction with illustrated coloured cover)     £4.00 each SONG SHEETS
SON108 SULLIVAN, Arthur THE DICKY-BIRD AND THE OWL THE DICKY-BIRD AND THE OWL in Bb major. Humorous Duet from COX AND BOX. Words by Margaret A.Sinclair. Music by Sir A.S.Sullivan. No date pp8     £3.00 SONG SHEETS
SON109c   THE DISTANT SHORE (1874). Words by W.S. Gilbert. Chappell : (c) in G major pp7 (title page) A4 booklet       SONG SHEETS
SON109   THE DISTANT SHORE (1874). Words by W.S. Gilbert. Chappell : (a) in F major (no title page) A4 booklet     3.00 each SONG SHEETS
SON109b   THE DISTANT SHORE (1874). Words by W.S. Gilbert. Chappell : (b) in E flat pp7 (title page) A4 booklet       SONG SHEETS
SON109X   THE DUKE'S SONG from PATIENCE Melody reconstructed by Ian Bartlett. The Piers Press, Banbury (1967) pp4 (with reprint of The Times article Sat. Feb. 18, 1967)     £3.00 SONG SHEETS
mus292(2)   THE EMERALD ISLE (2) THE EMERALD ISLE by Arthur Sullivan and Edward German. WALTZ by Carl Kiefert     £5.00 each music covers
SON115 SULLIVAN, Arthur THE FORESTERS. Robin Hood and Maid Marian by Alfred Lord Tennyson THE FORESTERS. Robin Hood and Maid Marian by Alfred Lord Tennyson. The Incidental Music, Songs & Choruses composed by Arthur Sullivan. Facsimile from original score: Chappell (1892) A4 pp41 + backgrou ...
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    £15.00 VOCAL SCORE
mus292(3)   THE GONDOLIERS LANCERS (3) THE GONDOLIERS LANCERS by P.Bucalossi     £5.00 each music covers
PIA198 SULLIVAN, Arthur THE GONDOLIERS LANCERS by P.Bucalossi. Chappell (1890) pp9 Full-size with illustrated coloured cover     £10.00 PIANO
PIA199 SULLIVAN, Arthur THE GONDOLIERS SELECTION for the Pianoforte By Charles Godfrey, Junr. SOLO PIANO. Chappell. A4 spiral bound booklet     £6.00 PIANO
PIA201 SULLIVAN, Arthur THE GONDOLIERS SELECTION for the Pianoforte By Charles Godfrey, Junr. PIANO DUET. A4 spiral bound booklet     £6.00 PIANO
PIA200 SULLIVAN, Arthur THE GONDOLIERS SELECTION for the Pianoforte By Charles Godfrey, Junr. SOLO PIANO. Chappell. A4 spiral bound booklet As above: also Violino primo (and conductor) part. A4 booklet   £2.00 PIANO
mus292(4)   THE GONDOLIERS WALTZ (4) THE GONDOLIERS WALTZ by P.Bucalossi     £5.00 each music covers
mus292(5)   THE GRAND DUKE QUADRILLE (5) THE GRAND DUKE QUADRILLE by Warwick Williams     £5.00 each music covers
mus292(6)   THE GRAND DUKE WALTZ (6) THE GRAND DUKE WALTZ by P.Bucalossi     £5.00 each music covers
Art13Xa   THE GRAPHIC (a) March 26, 1892 : short columns re: relinquishment of English Opera & announcement of new G&S opera in 1894     (a)£3.00 Articles
Art2a   THE GRAPHIC An Illustrated Weekly Newspaper: (a) Dec. 25 1870 Christmas Number. DROP OF PANTOMIME WATER by WSG with circular illustration p20     (a)£5.00 Articles
Art2b   THE GRAPHIC An Illustrated Weekly Newspaper: (b) Dec. 25, 1874 Christmas Number. Illustrated Short Story THE STORY OF THE TWELFTH CAKE by W.S. Gilbert pp. 18, 19, 22 and 23     (b)£10.00 Articles
Art2e   THE GRAPHIC An Illustrated Weekly Newspaper: (e) May 7, 1881 p460: `Our Artist's Notes of Messrs. Gilbert and Sullivan's New Comic Opera PATIENCE at the Opera Comique' + p446 text (colour photocopy of black and white original sketches)     (e)£6.00 Articles
Art2f   THE GRAPHIC An Illustrated Weekly Newspaper: (f) Dec. 17, 1881 New Playhouses in London - the Savoy Theatre PATIENCE p612, text p607     (f)£6.00 Articles
Art2g   THE GRAPHIC An Illustrated Weekly Newspaper: (g) No.682.- Vol.XXVI Saturday, December 23, 1882. Sketches from IOLANTHE at the Savoy Theatre (cover) (single page c.29cms x 40.5 cms) + text p691 (colour photocopy)     (g)£6.00 Articles
Art2h   THE GRAPHIC An Illustrated Weekly Newspaper: (h) June 2, 1883 New Musical Knights, including Sullivan June 2, 1883 p. 553 (AS portrait) + text p550 (trimmed)     (h)£6.00 Articles
Art2i   THE GRAPHIC An Illustrated Weekly Newspaper: (i) April 17 1886 pp408/9 Reception of the Abbe Liszt at the Grosvenor Gallery (portrait of Sullivan amongst guests)     (i)£6.00 Articles
Art2c   THE GRAPHIC An Illustrated Weekly Newspaper: (c) Dec. 25 1876 THE GRAPHIC CHRISTMAS NUMBER p9 LITLE MIM by W.S. Gilbert (+ double-page drawing pp10-11)     (c)£15.00 Articles
Art1e   THE ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS (e) Jan 17, 1880 HMS PINAFORE played by Children at The Opera Comique p.52, text p54     (e)£10.00 Articles
Art1d   THE ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS (d) Feb. 23 1878 SCENE FROM THE SORCERER at the Opera Comique p173     (d)£5.00 Articles
Art1g   THE ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS (g) May 22 1880 p497 ROMBERG'S TOY SYMPHONY: PERFORMANCE AT ST. JAMES'S HALL (illustration of Sullivan playing cuckoo) (colour photocopy)     (g)£3.00 Articles
Art11   THE ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS THE ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS. Jan. 31 1891 p132: Some Costumes in the Opera IVANHOE (half page) (colour photocopy)     £3.00 Articles
Art31Y   THE ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS       £6.00 Articles
Art12   THE ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS THE ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS. March 14 1891. Performance of THE GONDOLIERS before The Queen at Windsor Castle, engraving by T. Walter Wilson p337 (colour photocopy)     £3.00 Articles
Art1b   THE ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS (b) Jan 6 1872 p12 THESPIS (illustration captioned GAIETY `The Pantomimes') (colour photocopy)     (b)£4.00 Articles
Art1c   THE ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS (c) Jan 6 1872 THESPIS review at the Gaiety (b/w photocopy)     (c)£1.00 Articles
Art1f   THE ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS (f) May 1, 1880 THE PIRATES OF PENZANCE at The Opera Comique p428, text p427     (f)£10.00 Articles
Art4b   THE ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS (b) June 18, 1881 p598. Review of PATIENCE at the Opera Comique (single page c.29cms x 40 cms) (b&w photocopy)     (b)£2.00 Articles
Art4   THE ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS (a) June 18, 1881 p597. Sketches from PATIENCE at the Opera Comique by Harry Furniss (single page c.29cms x 40 cms) (colour)     (a)£5.00 Articles
Art1a   THE ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS (a) Dec 24 1870 THE MILLER AND HIS MAN by Burnand/Sullivan pp662/ 663/ 666 (b&w photocopy)     (a)£3.00 Articles
Art1h   THE ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS (h) May 22 1880 p498 review of TOY SYMPHONY (b/w photocopy)     (h)£1.00 Articles
Art8c   THE ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS : (c) Dec. 14, 1889 p770. Review of THE GONDOLIERS at the Savoy Theatre (single page c.29cms x 40 cms)     (c)£2.00 Articles
Art8b   THE ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS : (b) Dec. 14, 1889 p769. Sketches from THE GONDOLIERS at the Savoy Theatre by R.Taylor (single page c.29cms x 40 cms) (colour photocopy)     (b)£5.00 Articles
Art8   THE ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS : (a) Oct. 26, 1889 The Savoy Hotel p535     (a)£5.00 Articles
Art8X   THE ILLUSTRATED SPORTING & DRAMATIC NEWS THE ILLUSTRATED SPORTING AND DRAMATIC NEWS December 21, 1889 THE GONDOLIERS at the Savoy p424     £5.00 Articles
Art5ZZ   THE ILLUSTRATED SPORTING & DRAMATIC NEWS THE ILLUSTRATED SPORTING & DRAMATIC NEWS cover 1885 June 27 : Miss Brandram, Savoy Theatre (line drawing)     (a) A3 colour photocopy @ £3.00 Articles
Art5XXX   THE ILLUSTRATED SPORTING & DRAMATIC NEWS THE GRAPHIC cover Scenes from THE YEOMEN OF THE GUARD at the Savoy Theatre" October 13, 1888 p377, plus text p379     £6.00 Articles
Art5XX   THE ILLUSTRATED SPORTING & DRAMATIC NEWS THE ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS: The New Musical Knights, MacFarren & Sullivan (portraits and text) 9th June 1883 pp573/574     £3.00 Articles
Art5YY   THE ILLUSTRATED SPORTING & DRAMATIC NEWS THE ILLUSTRATED SPORTING & DRAMATIC NEWS cover 1884 April 12 Miss Fortescue (and short article p101)     (a) cover : A3 colour photocopy + A3 b&w photocopy of short article @ £4.00 Articles
Art5X   THE ILLUSTRATED SPORTING & DRAMATIC NEWS THE ILLUSTRATED SPORTING & DRAMATIC NEWS Dec. 2, 1882 : Our Captious Critic – Savoy Theatre Potted for the Winter & The Savoy Closure p.285 (rare cartoons of G&S as pot plants; R. Temple as Strephon; ...
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Art5Y   THE ILLUSTRATED SPORTING & DRAMATIC NEWS THE ILLUSTRATED SPORTING & DRAMATIC NEWS Dec. 16, 1882 : “Iolanthe" at the Savoy Theatre.Dec. 16, p332 (rare line drawings by Horace Morehen)     A3 b&w photocopy @ £1.00 Articles
Art5YYb   THE ILLUSTRATED SPORTING & DRAMATIC NEWS THE ILLUSTRATED SPORTING & DRAMATIC NEWS cover 1884 April 12 Miss Fortescue (and short article p101)     (b) x 2 b&w photocopies @ £2.00 Articles
Art5ZZb   THE ILLUSTRATED SPORTING & DRAMATIC NEWS THE ILLUSTRATED SPORTING & DRAMATIC NEWS cover 1885 June 27 : Miss Brandram, Savoy Theatre (line drawing)     (b) A3 b&w photocopy @ £1.00 Articles
Art16X   THE ILLUSTRATED SPORTING AND DRAMATIC NEWS December 15, 1894 THE CHIEFTAIN at the Savoy text only p507     £3.00 Articles
Art3Y   THE ILLUSTRATED SPORTING AND DRAMATIC NEWS : May 1881 Article "Music and Musicians in New York" [including Arthur Sullivan] Anon Harper's New Monthly Magazine [USA] pp809-812 (fine engraving of Sullivan)     £10.00 Articles
Art3   THE ILLUSTRATED SPORTING AND DRAMATIC NEWS : (a) November 24, 1877 OPERA COMIQUE - "THE SORCERER" b/w     (a)£1.00 Articles
Art7   THE ILLUSTRATED SPORTING AND DRAMATIC NEWS : December 21, 1889 THE GONDOLIERS at the Savoy p424     £5.00 Articles
Art3X   THE ILLUSTRATED SPORTING AND DRAMATIC NEWS : April 16, 1881 :Our Captious Critic – Aesthetic Opera : "An Easter Egg Slow to Hatch” (Patience) p.117 (rare cartoon of G&S as chickens brooding an `Aesthetic Comic Opera' egg!)     £2.00 A3 b&w photocopy Articles
Art3b   THE ILLUSTRATED SPORTING AND DRAMATIC NEWS : (b) February 12, 1881 HMS PINAFORE at Hanwell Asylum p540     (b)£3.00 Articles
Art39d   THE ILLUSTRATED SPORTING AND DRAMATIC NEWS: (d) 1902 May 3. Double spread: MERRIE ENGLAND AT THE SAVOY THEATRE pp348/349       Articles
Art44   THE ILLUSTRATED SPORTING AND DRAMATIC NEWS: (a) 1904 March 19. THE LOVE BIRDS at the Savoy Theatre (sketches). Illustrated Sporting and Dramatic News p80     £5.00 each page Articles
Art39c   THE ILLUSTRATED SPORTING AND DRAMATIC NEWS: (c) 1902 April 19 : photos of MISS ISABEL JAY, LATE PRIMA DONNA SAVOY THEATRE and MR. H.S.H. CAVENDISH, THE CENTRAL AFRICAN EXPLORER who were married on Wed. last at St. Margaret's, Westminster p261       Articles
Art44b   THE ILLUSTRATED SPORTING AND DRAMATIC NEWS: (b) 1904 March 19. THE LOVE BIRDS at the Savoy Theatre (photos). Illustrated Sporting and Dramatic News p87       Articles
Art44c   THE ILLUSTRATED SPORTING AND DRAMATIC NEWS: (c) 1904 April 30. Blanche Ring as Effie Doublehurst in THE LOVE BIRDS at the Savoy Theatre . Illustrated Sporting and Dramatic News p318       Articles
Art39b   THE ILLUSTRATED SPORTING AND DRAMATIC NEWS: (b) 1902 April 12. MERRIE ENGLAND AT THE SAVOY THEATRE. Production photos. : Louie Pounds, Mr. E. Torrence, Lytton, Charles Childerstone, Agnes Fraser, Rupert Evett p235       Articles
Art39   THE ILLUSTRATED SPORTING AND DRAMATIC NEWS: (a) 1902 April 12. MERRY (sic) ENGLAND THE NEW COMIC OPERA BY MESSRS. BASIL HOOD AND EDWARD GERMAN AT THE SAVOY THEATRE. Production photos. : Lytton, Rosina Brandram, Charles Childerstone, Miss Rossly ...
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Art   THE IOLANTHE REVIVAL AT THE SAVOY THEATRE 12. 1901 Dec. 14. (b) THE IOLANTHE REVIVAL AT THE SAVOY THEATRE. Five photos : Robert Evett as LORD TOLLOLLER; H.A. Lytton as STREPHON; Walter Passmore as the LORD CHANCELLOR; Mr. Compton as PRIVATE W ...
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Art33   THE IOLANTHE REVIVAL AT THE SAVOY THEATRE 1901 Dec. 14. (a) THE IOLANTHE REVIVAL AT THE SAVOY THEATRE. Four photos : Louie Pounds as IOLANTHE x 2; Isabel Jay as PHYLLIS; Rosina Brandram as THE QUEEN (dressing-room photos.). The Illustrated Sp ...
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Art25X   THE LADIES FIELD June11, 1898 Review THE BEAUTY STONE at The Savoy" [text only] by Star-gazer p620     £3.00 Articles
SON135   THE LONG DAY CLOSES. Words H. F. Chorley. Four-part song (from `Seven Part-Songs', pub. 1868): (a) In E major. A four-part song for Men's Voices (original setting). The Orpheus (New Series) No.1. Novello (dated 10/5/1915) A4 booklet pp8     (a)4.00 SONG SHEETS
SON135b   THE LONG DAY CLOSES. Words H. F. Chorley. Four-part song (from `Seven Part-Songs', pub. 1868): (b) In C major. Arranged for Mixed Voices by Percy E. Fletcher. Curwen Edition 60955 (c)1910 . A4 booklet pp4     (b)2.00 SONG SHEETS
SON135c   THE LONG DAY CLOSES. Words H. F. Chorley. Four-part song (from `Seven Part-Songs', pub. 1868): (c) In A flat major. Arr. S.A.T.B. No.894 Novello's part-song book (2nd series) (c)1902. A4 booklet pp8     (c)4.00 SONG SHEETS
SON135d   THE LONG DAY CLOSES. Words H. F. Chorley. Four-part song (from `Seven Part-Songs', pub. 1868): (d) In B flat major. Arranged as a two-part song by Henry Geehl. Ashdown's Series of Vocal Duets No.189 (c)1940 A4 booklet pp4     (d)2.00 SONG SHEETS
PIA216 SULLIVAN, Arthur THE LOST CHORD (a) arranged for the Pianoforte by W.Kuhe. Boosey pp7 A4 booklet     (a)3.00 PIANO
SON138d   THE LOST CHORD. Words by Adelaide A. Proctor (1877): (d) Arranged for Men's Voices by Doris Arnold (T.T.B.B.). Boosey's Choral Miscellany No.164 (1936) A4 booklet pp12     (d)£4.00 each SONG SHEETS
SON138c   THE LOST CHORD. Words by Adelaide A. Proctor (1877): (c) in G : re-set in modern notation pp6 (A4 stapled booklet)     (c)£3.00 SONG SHEETS
SON138b   THE LOST CHORD. Words by Adelaide A. Proctor (1877): (b) No.3 in A flat pp7 (A4 stapled booklet). Boosey     (b)£2.00 SONG SHEETS
SON138   THE LOST CHORD. Words by Adelaide A. Proctor (1877): (a) No.1 in E-flat pp7 (A4 stapled booklet). Boosey     (a)£2.00 SONG SHEETS
VOC184   THE MARTYR OF ANTIOCH THE MARTYR OF ANTIOCH. Sacred Musical Drama. The Words selected and arranged from Milman's Poem. The Music Composed by Arthur Sullivan. The accompaniment Arranged for the Pianoforte from the Full Scor ...
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ORCH276 SULLIVAN, Arthur THE MERCHANT OF VENICE (1871) Full Score of the Incidental Music in a copyist's hand. Cramer pp147. A4 spiral-bound booklet     £20.00 orchestral scores
PIA218 SULLIVAN, Arthur THE MIKADO FANTASIA THE MIKADO FANTASIA by W.Smallwood. Chappell (c.1894) pp9 A4 booklet     £4.00 PIANO
mus292(15)   THE MIKADO LANCERS (15) THE MIKADO LANCERS by P. Bucalossi     £5.00 each music covers
mus292(16)   THE MIKADO POLKA (16) THE MIKADO POLKA by P. Bucalossi     £5.00 each music covers
mus292(17)   THE MIKADO POTPOURRI (17) THE MIKADO POTPOURRI sepia (Ko-Ko and Katisha) (Jos. Weinberger & Hofbauer, Wien) (new to catalogue) (approx. 25.5 x 33.5 cms)     £5.00 each music covers
mus292(18)   THE MIKADO QUADRILLE (18) THE MIKADO QUADRILLE by P.Bucalossi (stamped 6.1.86). Chappell pp7 (Full Size with music : stapled/ card backing) @ £10.00     £5.00 each music covers
mus292(19)   THE MIKADO VALSE (19) THE MIKADO VALSE on Airs from Gilbert and Sullivan's Opera by P.Bucalossi. Chappell pp9 (coloured illustrated cover : "Three Little Maids from School are We") (actual size 27 x 37 cms) (c.1885 da ...
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SON140X SULLIVAN, Arthur THE MOON IN SILENT BRIGHTNESS Song THE MOON IN SILENT BRIGHTNESS Serenade. Words by Bishop Reginald Heber. The Music by Arthur S. Sulivan. Gordon, New York pp7 (1868) A4 booklet     £4.00 SONG SHEETS
PIA270 CELLIER, Alfred THE MOUNTEBANKS QUADRILLES (1892) On Airs from Gilbert & Cellier's Opera by P. Bucaloss Chappell pp5 (complete with music)   £10.00 photocopied
PIA223 CELLIER, Alfred THE MOUNTEBANKS. An entirely original Comic Opera in Two Acts by W.S.Gilbert and Alfred Cellier. Arrangement for Pianoforte by Alfred Plumpton. Chappell (1892) pp94 (with cast list)     £20.00 PIANO
Art26Z   THE NEW PENNY MAGAZINE (b) 1900 Article "A Chat with the Composer of 'The Lost Chord' Sir Arthur Sullivan and His Work" Anon No.54, Vol.V. pp61-67 (photos./LOST CHORD facsimile section) PHOTOCOPIED PAGES   (b)£10.00 Articles
Art26Z   THE NEW PENNY MAGAZINE (a) c.1900 Article :Notes About Notabilities "Mr. George Grossmith" Anon p391     (a)£3.00 Articles
Art30b   THE PALL MALL MAGAZINE (16 x 23.5 cms) (colour photocopy): (b) April 1901 SIR ARTHUR SULLIVAN. A Personal Reminiscence by George Grossmith. pp250-260 (11 pages)     (b)£22.00 Articles
Art30   THE PALL MALL MAGAZINE (16 x 23.5 cms) (colour photocopy): (a) 1900. Some Famous Collaborators by George A. Wade (includes G&S) with photos pp529-537 (9 pages)     (a)£18.00 Articles
Art30c   THE PALL MALL MAGAZINE (16 x 23.5 cms) (colour photocopy): (c) Sept. 1901 Vol. XXV. Real Conversations. Recorded by William Archer. Conversation VI Mr. W.S.Gilbert pp88-98 (11 pages)     (c)£22.00 Articles
Art5   THE PICTORIAL WORLD (aprox. size 26.7 x 39.2 cms): (a) Supplement Sat. Feb. 11th, 1882 FULL FRONT PAGE line-drawing of MISS JULIA GWYNNE AS LADY SAPHIR, IN `PATIENCE' (from a photo. by Elliott and Fry)     £5.00 each page Articles
Art5c   THE PICTORIAL WORLD (aprox. size 26.7 x 39.2 cms): (c) THEATRICAL SKETCHES: `PATIENCE' AT THE SAVOY. April 15, 1882 p168 Sketches (in costume) of Braham, Grossmith, Barrington and Lely       Articles
Art5b   THE PICTORIAL WORLD (aprox. size 26.7 x 39.2 cms): (b) Supplement Sat. March 18th, 1882 FULL FRONT PAGE line-drawing of MISS LEONORA BRAHAM AS `PATIENCE' (from a photo. by Elliott and Fry)       Articles
mus292(24)   THE PIRATES OF PENZANCE GALOP (24) THE PIRATES OF PENZANCE GALOP by Charles D'Albert     £5.00 each music covers
mus292(25)   THE PIRATES OF PENZANCE LANCERS (25) THE PIRATES OF PENZANCE LANCERS by Charles D'Albert     £5.00 each music covers
mus292(26)   THE PIRATES OF PENZANCE POLKA (26) THE PIRATES OF PENZANCE POLKA by Charles D'Albert     £5.00 each music covers
mus292(27)   THE PIRATES OF PENZANCE QUADRILLE (27) THE PIRATES OF PENZANCE QUADRILLE by Charles D'Albert     £5.00 each music covers
mus292(28)   THE PIRATES OF PENZANCE WALTZ (28) THE PIRATES OF PENZANCE WALTZ by Charles D'Albert     £5.00 each music covers
PIA238   THE PIRATES OF PENZANCE. Pianoforte Score. Chappell (a) Original 1880 version pp80. A4 spiral-bound booklet     15.00 each PIANO
PIA242   THE ROSE OF PERSIA or The Story-Teller and the Slave. New Comic Opera by Basil Hood and Arthur Sullivan (a) Piano Score: arranged from the full score by Wilfred Bendall. Chappell (1900) pp119 A4 comb- bound booklet     (a)25.00 PIANO
Art43Ya   THE SKETCH (b) 15th July 1903 : Miss Agnes Fraser, the Beautiful Savoyard p453     (b)£5.00 Articles
Art19j   THE SKETCH (24 x 34.5 cms) : (j) Feb 6 1895 p74 A New Recruit to the Savoyards: Miss Edith Johnston in MIRETTE (c/p)     colour photocopies @ £5.00 each page
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Art19h   THE SKETCH (24 x 34.5 cms) : (h) Jan. 23 1895. "THE CHIEFTAIN" AT THE SAVOY THEATRE p618 (photos. of Courtice Pounds, Walter Passmore x 2, Scott Fishe)     colour photocopies @ £5.00 each page
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Art19g   THE SKETCH (24 x 34.5 cms) : (g) Jan. 23 Miss Florence St. John as Rita in THE CHIEFTAIN at the Savoy Theatre (cover) + p621 : Miss Florence St. John in some of her roles: as Little Christopher Columbus/ as La Mascotte/ as Rita i ...
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Art19f   THE SKETCH (24 x 34.5 cms) : (f) Jan. 16 1895 Children in PATIENCE p589 and 593 (Charles H. Cellier's class at Anerley Vestry Hall) + b& white p593 review (included in £5.00 price)     colour photocopies @ £5.00 each page
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Art19i   THE SKETCH (24 x 34.5 cms) : (i) Jan. 23. 1895 "THE CHIEFTAIN" AT THE SAVOY THEATRE p619 (photos. of Florence Perry, Florence St. John, Rosina Brandram and Emmie Owen)     colour photocopies @ £5.00 each page
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Art19e   THE SKETCH (24 x 34.5 cms) : (e) Nov.7 1894. MISS NANCY McINTOSH, AS CHRISTINA, THE BALLAD SINGER p4 (c/p)     colour photocopies @ £5.00 each page
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Art19d   THE SKETCH (24 x 34.5 cms) : (d) Nov. 7 1894. The Laureate of Our Liberties WSG and Osmond Carr (rare photo of latter) re: HIS EXCELLENCY p3 (colour photocopy)     colour photocopies @ £5.00 each page
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Art19c   THE SKETCH (24 x 34.5 cms) : (c) 1894 Oct. 24 A Chat with Miss Rosina Brandram (with photos from UTOPIA LIMITED, HADDON HALL, THE VICAR OF BRAY) pp682/683     colour photocopies @ £5.00 each page
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Art19a   THE SKETCH (24 x 34.5 cms) : (a) 1894 June 13 p373 : SAVOYARDS ON TOUR articles and photos : MR. ROBERT REDFORD and MR. GEORGE GROSSMITH AS THE LORD CHANCELLOR IN "IOLANTHE" + p374 (verso) photo of MISS MARGARET COCKBURN, PRIMA D ...
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Art19k   THE SKETCH (24 x 34.5 cms) : (k) Feb 6 1895 p75 Miss Edith Johnston as Maraquita in THE CHIEFTAIN (c/p)     colour photocopies @ £5.00 each page
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Art19t   THE SKETCH (24 x 34.5 cms) : (t) May 11, 1898. MISS CARR AS PHYLLIS IN "IOLANTHE" (Full page portrait) p116     colour photocopies @ £5.00 each page
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Art19b   THE SKETCH (24 x 34.5 cms) : (b) 1894 July 11. THE SKETCH pp568 THE PLAY AND ITS STORY "MIRETTE", AT THE SAVOY + p569 A CHAT WITH THE NEW SAVOY PRIMA DONNA : x 2 photos of MISS ELLICOTT     colour photocopies @ £5.00 each page
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Art19v   THE SKETCH (24 x 34.5 cms) : (v) July 6 1898 Full Page photograph: "THE BEAUTY STONE", AT THE SAVOY THEATRE : THE DEVIL (MR WALTER PASSMORE), DISGUISED AS A MONK, CAME TO MIRLEMONT WITH THE BEAUTY STONE p453     colour photocopies @ £5.00 each page
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Art19ee   THE SKETCH (24 x 34.5 cms) : (ee) Nov 9 1898 pp104-106 THE DEAR OLD "SORCERER" AT THE SAVOY THEATRE/ MR. GILBERT 'S MAJORITY AS A SAVOYARD/ THE IMMORTAL JOHN WELLINGTON WELLS, THE SORCERER and p107 "TRIAL BY JURY" AT THE SAVOY TH ...
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Art19dd   THE SKETCH (24 x 34.5 cms) : (dd) July 6 1898 "THE BEAUTY STONE", AT THE SAVOY THEATRE : Story description and Review p290     colour photocopies @ £5.00 each page
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Art19cc   THE SKETCH (24 x 34.5 cms) : (cc) July 6 1898 Full Page photograph: "THE BEAUTY STONE", AT THE SAVOY THEATRE : THE WEAVER (MR. LYTTON) TAKES THE STONE AND IS TURNED INTO A BEAUTEOUS YOUTH WHO MAKES LOVE TO SAIDA p460     colour photocopies @ £5.00 each page
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Art19bb   THE SKETCH (24 x 34.5 cms) : (bb) July 6 1898 Full Page photograph: "THE BEAUTY STONE", AT THE SAVOY THEATRE : PHILIP, LORD OF MIRLEMONT (MR. DEVOLL) p459     colour photocopies @ £5.00 each page
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Art19aa   THE SKETCH (24 x 34.5 cms) : (aa) July 6 1898 Full Page photograph: "THE BEAUTY STONE", AT THE SAVOY THEATRE : SAIDA (MISS PAULINE JORAN) GETS THE BEAUTY STONE, AND TRIES TO FASCINATE PHILIP, LORD OF MIRLEMONT p458     colour photocopies @ £5.00 each page
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Art19z   THE SKETCH (24 x 34.5 cms) : (z) July 6 1898 Full Page photograph: "THE BEAUTY STONE", AT THE SAVOY THEATRE : THE WEAVER'S WIFE (MISS ROSINA BRANDRAM) p457     colour photocopies @ £5.00 each page
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Art19y   THE SKETCH (24 x 34.5 cms) : (y) July 6 1898 Full Page photograph: "THE BEAUTY STONE", AT THE SAVOY THEATRE : CRAZY JACQUELINE (MISS EMMIE OWEN), WHO IS AFTERWARDS TURNED BY THE DEVIL INTO HIS PAGE p456     colour photocopies @ £5.00 each page
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Art19r   THE SKETCH (24 x 34.5 cms) : (r) Oct. 27 1897 pp25-26 Savoyards in LA PERICHOLE (A4 colour photocopy reductions only)     colour photocopies @ £5.00 each page
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Art19w   THE SKETCH (24 x 34.5 cms) : (w) July 6 1898 Full Page photograph: "THE BEAUTY STONE", AT THE SAVOY THEATRE :LAINE (MISS RUTH VINCENT), THE LAME DAUGHTER OF THE WEAVER, PRAYS FOR BEAUTY AND LOVE p454     colour photocopies @ £5.00 each page
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Art19l   THE SKETCH (24 x 34.5 cms) : (l) Dec 18 1895 p397 THE MIKADO by Portsmouth and Southsea ADS (photo) (c/p)     colour photocopies @ £5.00 each page
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Art19u   THE SKETCH (24 x 34.5 cms) : (u) May 25, 1898 MISS PAULINE JORAN, PRIMA DONNA (portrait from THE BEAUTY STONE : size approx. 9 x 12.5 cms); MISS RUTH VINCENT (portrait : size approx. 9 x 12.5 cms) p200     colour photocopies @ £5.00 each page
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Art19s   THE SKETCH (24 x 34.5 cms) : (s) Jan. 12. 1898 THE PRETTY WIT OF MR. GILBERT (with `Bab' illustrations). THE SKETCH p476     colour photocopies @ £5.00 each page
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Art19q   THE SKETCH (24 x 34.5 cms) : (q) Oct 20 1897 pp518-519 MR. GILBERT'S NEW PLAY, "THE FORTUNE-HUNTER"     colour photocopies @ £5.00 each page
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Art19p   THE SKETCH (24 x 34.5 cms) : (p) Aug 25 1897 p174 article and photo on Grim's Dyke (c/p)     colour photocopies @ £5.00 each page
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Art19o   THE SKETCH (24 x 34.5 cms) : (o) Jan 15 1896 "THE MIKADO" AT THE SAVOY THEATRE pp613-620 (8 photographic pages) (c/p)     colour photocopies @ £5.00 each page
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Art19n   THE SKETCH (24 x 34.5 cms) : (n) Jan 1 1896 p538 SCHOOLBOYS IN "H.M.S.PINAFORE" (short article) (b&w p/c) 1.00     colour photocopies @ £5.00 each page
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Art19m   THE SKETCH (24 x 34.5 cms) : (m) Wed Dec 25 1895 No.152 Vol.XII THREE LITTLE MAIDS FROM SCHOOL (cover photo) (c/p)     colour photocopies @ £5.00 each page
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Art19x   THE SKETCH (24 x 34.5 cms) : (x) July 6 1898 Full Page photograph: "THE BEAUTY STONE", AT THE SAVOY THEATRE : LAINE GOT BEAUTY, BUT IT BROUGHT HER NO HAPPINESS p455     colour photocopies @ £5.00 each page
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Art29e   THE SKETCH 1900: (e) Dec. 5 p274: THE LATE SIR ARTHUR SULLIVAN Some true stories of the Great Composer (with photo (12.5 x 8.5 cms) River souvenir of the late Sir Arthur Sullivan at Walton Regatta)     (e)£5.00 Articles
Art29c   THE SKETCH 1900: (c) Nov. 28 p235: Sullivan photo (9 x 12 cms): Photo by Elliot and Fry, Baker Street, W.     (c)£3.00 Articles
Art29b   THE SKETCH 1900: (b) No.409 Vol XXXII Wed. Nov. 28. Cover: The Late Sir Arthur Sullivan, England's Foremost Musical Composer (full page portrait from a photograph by Alfred Ellis and Walery, Baker Street W.) + pp204-5 ...
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Art29a   THE SKETCH 1900: (a) 1900 Oct. 24 Photo of Nell Richardson WHO IS PLAYING Miss Isabel Jay's part of Mabel in THE PIRATES OF PENZANCE. Also short item on the forthcoming revival of PATIENCE (not seen in London since th ...
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Art29d   THE SKETCH 1900: (d) Dec. 5 p264: THE LATE SIR ARTHUR SULLIVAN'S "PATIENCE" Revived at the Savoy Theatre: 4 photos: Isabel Jay & Walter Passmore; Rosina Brandram; Henry Lytton; Agnes Fraser     (d)£5.00 Articles
Art37g   THE SKETCH 1902: (g) 1902 April 9. Two Scenes from the dainty Savoy Opera MERRIE ENGLAND Act I/ Act II p447     (g)£5.00 Articles
Art37k   THE SKETCH 1902: (k) Sept. 3 p261. A LITTLE MAID ON HOLIDAY : MISS HILDA MOODY. THE SKETCH (Hilda Moody toured in the first provincial tour of THE GRAND DUKE playing Lisa in the DC "D" Company and Zara in UTOPIA LIMIT ...
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Art37j   THE SKETCH 1902: (j) June 11 p309 `Heard in the Green-Room' with photo of Miss Louie Pounds (of the Savoy) steering her launch in Molesey Reach (6 x 9 cms)     (j)£3.00 Articles
Art37h   THE SKETCH 1902: (h) April 30 "MERRIE ENGLAND" at the Savoy pp63-66: 4 pages full of photos inc. Lytton, Brandram, Louie Pounds Passmore     (h) 4 pages @ £3.00 a page Articles
Art37f   THE SKETCH 1902: (f) 1902 April 9. MISS LOUIE POUNDS as JILL-ALL-ALONE in the dainty Savoy Opera MERRIE ENGLAND. Front page No.480 Vol. XXXVII     (f)£5.00 Articles
Art37e   THE SKETCH 1902: (e) 1902 April 2. KEY-NOTES Photos. of Hamish MacCunn who succeeds Francois Cellier as conductor at The Savoy/ Edward German composer of the new opera MERRIE ENGLAND at the Savoy (with short article n ...
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Art37d   THE SKETCH 1902: (d) 1902 April 2. Miss Louie Pounds, cast for the part of JILL-ALL-ALONE in MERRIE ENGLAND p430     (d)£5.00 Articles
Art37c   THE SKETCH 1902: (c) 1902 April 2. PRODUCTION OF THE NEW OPERA MERRIE ENGLAND at the Savoy p429 Mr Walter Passmore THINKING OUT THE PART OF WILKINS     (c)£5.00 Articles
Art37b   THE SKETCH 1902: (b) 1902 April 2. PRODUCTION OF THE NEW OPERA MERRIE ENGLAND at the Savoy p428 : Mr. H. A. Lytton WORRYING OVER THE EARL OF ESSEX     (b)£5.00 Articles
Art37a   THE SKETCH 1902: (a) 1902 Feb. 12 MISS AGNES FRASER, NOW PLAYING IN "IOLANTHE" AT THE SAVOY THEATRE Full-page photo. By Ellis and Walery p146     (a)£5.00 Articles
Art37i   THE SKETCH 1902: (i) May 7 p95 THE MATINEES OF "TATTERCOATS" AT THE SAVOY: Miss Dorothea Baird as the herd-boy     (i)£3.00 Articles
PIA251   THE SORCERER Arranged for the Pianoforte by Berthold Tours. Mezler pp76. A4 spiral-bound booklet     £20.00 PIANO
PIA252 SULLIVAN, Arthur THE SORCERER BRILLIANT FANTASIA ON THIS POPULAR COMIC OPERA THE SORCERER BRILLIANT FANTASIA ON THIS POPULAR COMIC OPERA by R.F.Harvey. Metzler c.1877 pp9. A4 stapled booklet     £4.00 PIANO
mus292(38)   THE SORCERER LANCERS (38) THE SORCERER LANCERS by Charles D'Albert     £5.00 each music covers
mus292(39)   THE SORCERER QUADRILLE (39) THE SORCERER QUADRILLE by Charles D'Albert     £5.00 each music covers
Art58   THE SPHERE (b&w) (25.5 x 38 cms) (colour photocopy): (a) 1921-1922 SOUVENIR of the GILBERT and SULLIVAN OPERA SEASON - London, October, 1921, to April 8, 1922 GEMS FROM THE OPERAS (8 pages) (c/p) (folded across) £3.00 each page     £5.00 each page Articles
Art58e   THE SPHERE (b&w) (25.5 x 38 cms) (colour photocopy): (e) Jan. 11 1930 pp60-61. G&S Opera Crowds the Savoy (double spread: £10.00)       Articles
Art58c   THE SPHERE (b&w) (25.5 x 38 cms) (colour photocopy): (c) Nov.27 1926 p388. G&S Pictures IOLANTHE and GONDOLIERS Specially Pictured at Princes       Articles
Art58b   THE SPHERE (b&w) (25.5 x 38 cms) (colour photocopy): (b) Oct. 30 1926 p204. Two G&S Operas at Princes. Crowded Houses Welcome PIRATES and TRIAL BY JURY       Articles
Art58d   THE SPHERE (b&w) (25.5 x 38 cms) (colour photocopy): (d) Sept.21 1929 p541. G&S at The New Savoy       Articles
Art74Xa   THE SPHERE : (a) December 25, 1926 p559 b&w: THE RETURN OF AGATHA CHRISTIE Farewell to the Savoyards. B&W photograph FAREWELL TO THE GILBERT AND SULLIVAN COMPANY : A LAST NIGHT SCENE ON THE STAGE OF PRINCES THEATR ...
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Art74Xe   THE SPHERE : (e) Mia Sama, Mia Sama     (d) and (e) @ £2.00 each (colour) Articles
Art74Xd   THE SPHERE : (d) The March of the Mikado's Troops THE MIKADO" SCREENED FOR THE FIRST TIME   (d) and (e) @ £2.00 each (colour) Articles
Art74Xc   THE SPHERE : (c) Three Little Maids from School; Two Newcomers and One Old Hand THE SPHERE January 14, 1939 (in colour): LONDON SEES THE COLOUR FILM OF "THE MIKADO" :   (c) £5.00 (colour) Articles
Art74Xb   THE SPHERE : (b) December 25, 1926 p576 b&w: "I HAVE A SONG TO SING, O." A Final Selection of "Sphere" Pictures of the 1926 Gilbert and Sullivan Season at the Princes Theatre     (b)£3.00(b&w) Articles
Art13b GILBERT, W.S. THE STRAND MAGAZINE THE STRAND MAGAZINE Oct. 1891 (b) Portraits of Celebrities: WSG (four b/w photos/line drawings) p367 (15.5 x 23.5 cms) (colour photocopy) (b) Portraits of Celebrities: WSG (four b/w photos/line drawings) p367 (15.5 x 23.5 cms) (colour photocopy)   (b)£2.00 Articles
Art13a GILBERT, W.S. THE STRAND MAGAZINE Oct. 1891 (a) Illustrated Interviews No.IV W S GILBERT pp331-341 + 1 laser photocopies   (a)£12.00 Articles
Art44Xc   THE TATLER 1904: (c) No. 154, June 8, 1904 : Verso : Miss Ruth Vincent/ The Savoy as a School : profile of her career p416     (c)£4.00 Articles
Art44X   THE TATLER 1904: (a) No. 154, June 8, 1904 : Mr. Gilbert’s Topsy-Turvy Whimsies in Harlequin and the Fairy’s Dilemma at the Garrick Theatre (5 production photos.) pp412-3     (a)£8.00 Articles
Art44Xb   THE TATLER 1904: (b) No. 154, June 8, 1904: Miss Jessie Bateman, who is playing the part of the fairy, Rosebud, in Mr. Gilbert’s amusing domestic drama, Harlequin and the Fairy’s Dilemma (full page portrait in costume ...
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orc289 SULLIVAN, Arthur THE TEMPEST By Arthur Sullivan. THREE DANCES SET OF PARTS: Pianoforte/ Violino Primo (divisi) x 2/ Cello & Basso/ Flauti/ Oboi/ Clarinetti/ Timpani Novello (Pianoforte:1903/Parts:1904) A4 photocopied set of parts     £15.00 orchestral scores
PHOT619 SULLIVAN, Arthur THE TEMPEST Piano Duets THE BANQUET DANCE pp34-36 and DANCE OF NYMPHS AND REAPERS pp76-89
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mus292(46)   THE TYRANNICAL BRIDEGROOM (46) THE TYRANNICAL BRIDEGROOM by Mr Arthur Cecil in Mr & Mrs German Reed's New & Successful Entertainment A SENSATION NOVEL .Written by WSG. Composed by T.German Reed (1871)     £5.00 each music covers
SON178 GILBERT & SULLIVAN THE VICAR'S SONG In the comic opera THE SORCERER. Sung by Mr Santley. Metzler pp5 A4 booklet     £2.00 SONG SHEETS
SON187 SULLIVAN, Arthur THE WILLOW SONG for Contralto Words from Othello by Shakespeare.In E major. Inscribed Aug 19 1880. Metzler pp5 Full-size     £3.00 SONG SHEETS
SON188 SULLIVAN, Arthur THE WILLOW SONG for Contralto. Words from Othello by Shakespeare.In E major As above: (a) A4 (b) in G (mezzo-soprano) pp3 A4     2.00 each SONG SHEETS
SON189 SULLIVAN, Arthur THE WINDOW (1871) Or, The Songs of the Wrens Words written by Alfred Tennyson, Poet-Laureate. The music by Arthur Sullivan. Strahan . A4 spiral-bound booklet with maroon COLOUR facsimile decorated pictorial front board (gilt), and plain back, pp ...
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mus292(52)   THE YEOMEN OF THE GUARD LANCERS (52) THE YEOMEN OF THE GUARD LANCERS by P.Bucalossi     £5.00 each music covers
mus292(53)   THE YEOMEN OF THE GUARD QUADRILLE (53) THE YEOMEN OF THE GUARD QUADRILLE by P.Bucalossi     £5.00 each music covers
mus292(54)   THE YEOMEN OF THE GUARD WALTZ (54) THE YEOMEN OF THE GUARD WALTZ by P.Bucalossi     £5.00 each music covers
SON175 SULLIVAN, Arthur THOU'RT PASSING HENCE Song in A-flat THOU'RT PASSING HENCE in A-flat (The Highland Message) Written by Mrs. Hemans. Sung by Mr. Santley. Chappell (1875) pp6. A4 booklet     £3.00 SONG SHEETS
PIA259   TOM JONES by Edward German. PIANO SOLO TOM JONES by Edward German. PIANO SOLO (arr. Wilfred Bendall). Chappell (1907) pp131 A4 spiral-bound booklet     £25.00 PIANO
mus292(42)   TRIAL BY JURY : THE JUDGE'S SONG (42) TRIAL BY JURY : THE JUDGE'S SONG. Sung by Fred Sullivan (portait in costume)     £5.00 each music covers
PIA260   TRIAL BY JURY LANCERS TRIAL BY JURY LANCERS by Charles D'Albert. pp9 complete (colour cover worn)     £7.00 PIANO
mus292(43)   TRIAL BY JURY LANCERS (43) TRIAL BY JURY LANCERS by Charles D'Albert     £5.00 each music covers
PHOT620 SULLIVAN, Arthur TRIAL BY JURY Phantasy Sullivan's Celebrated Dramatic Cantata arrnged for Pianoforte by Wm. Smallwood. Chappell pp7 A4 photocopied stapled booklet   £4.00 photocopied
mus292(44)   TRIAL BY JURY POLKA (44) TRIAL BY JURY POLKA (with Fred Sullivan portrait as the Judge) by Charles D'Albert     £5.00 each music covers
PIA261   TRIAL BY JURY QUADRILLES TRIAL BY JURY QUADRILLES extracted from CHAPPELL & Co's ANNUAL DANCE ALBUM No.153. Chappell (c)1907     £2.00 PIANO
mus292(45)   TRIAL BY JURY WALTZ (45) TRIAL BY JURY WALTZ by Chas D'Albert (cover only)     £5.00 each music covers
mus292(47)   UTOPIA LIMITED LANCERS (47) UTOPIA LIMITED LANCERS by F.R. Kinke     £5.00 each music covers
mus292(48)   UTOPIA LIMITED POLKA (48) UTOPIA LIMITED POLKA by Paul Dupret     £5.00 each music covers
mus292(49)   UTOPIA LIMITED QUADRILLE (49) UTOPIA LIMITED QUADRILLE by Frank Leslie     £5.00 each music covers
mus292(50)   UTOPIA LIMITED WALTZ (50) UTOPIA LIMITED WALTZ by Paul Dupret     £5.00 each music covers
PIA263   UTOPIA LIMITED WALTZ UTOPIA LIMITED WALTZ by Paul Dupret. Chappell (1893) pp7 Full-size with illustrated coloured cover     £7.00 PIANO
PIA262   UTOPIA LIMITED. Arranged for the Pianoforte by King Hall UTOPIA LIMITED. Arranged for the Pianoforte by King Hall. Chappell (1893) pp92 A4 spiral-bound booklet     £25.00 PIANO
mus293a   VANITY FAIR : (a) "Patience" W.S.Gilbert by Spy (Leslie Ward) May 21 1881 COLOUR LASER PHOTOCOPIED VANITY FAIR PRINTS:   (a) - (c) @ £10.00 each (including biographical information) music covers
mus293f   VANITY FAIR : (f) "The man who won't stop" Sir Garnet Wolseley by Ape April 18 1874. Sir Garnet (1833-1913) was the model for the modern Major-General in PIRATES     (f)£6.00 music covers
mus293g   VANITY FAIR : (g) Elf Cartoon (36 x 23cm) Charles Herbert Workman as Jack Point (1910)     (g)£6.00 music covers
mus293d   VANITY FAIR : (d) George Grossmith "The Pinafore" by Spy Jany. 21 1888     (d)£6.00 music covers
mus293c   VANITY FAIR : (c) "Royal English Opera" Richard D'Oyly Carte by Spy Feby. 14 1891     (a) - (c) @ £10.00 each (including biographical information) music covers
mus293b   VANITY FAIR : (b) "English Music" Arthur Sullivan by Ape (Carlo Pellegrini) March 14 1874     (a) - (c) @ £10.00 each (including biographical information) music covers
mus293e   VANITY FAIR : (e) "A Spelling Bee" John Laurence Toole (original Thespis) by Spy (Leslie Ward) July 29 1876     (e)£6.00 music covers
mus293s   VANITY FAIR : (set of WSG/AS/DC @ £25.00)       music covers
PIA264   VICTORIA AND MERRIE ENGLAND LANCERS VICTORIA AND MERRIE ENGLAND LANCERS From the Grand National Ballet. Composed by Arthur Sullivan. Arranged by Charles Godfrey R.A.M. B.M.Royal Horse Guards. Metzler (1897) pp11. Non-coloured. Full size     £4.00 photocopied
PIA265   VICTORIA AND MERRIE ENGLAND LANCERS VICTORIA AND MERRIE ENGLAND LANCERS From the Grand National Ballet. Composed by Arthur Sullivan. Arranged by Charles Godfrey R.A.M. B.M.Royal Horse Guards. Metzler (1897) pp11. Non-coloured. Full size As above: A4 booklet   £5.00 PIANO
PIA266   VICTORIA AND MERRIE ENGLAND WALTZ VICTORIA AND MERRIE ENGLAND WALTZ Arranged by P.Bucalosi. Metzler (1897) pp11 Full-size with illustrated coloured cover     £7.00 PIANO
mus292(51)   VICTORIA AND MERRIE ENGLAND WALTZ (51) VICTORIA AND MERRIE ENGLAND WALTZ arr. P.Bucalossi     £5.00 each music covers
SON181 SULLIVAN, Arthur WHEN LOVE & BEAUTY from the opera THE SAPPHIRE NECKLACE. Written by Henry F. Chorley (one of two original songs from the opera, modern resetting) A4 stapled booklet pp6     £3.00 SONG SHEETS
Art23b   WINDSOR MAGAZINE (b) Aug 1897 pp272-277 GEORGE GROSSMITH TO AN AUDIENCE OF ONE by John Hyde.(Ill. from photos) (colour and b&w photocopies)     (b)£8.00 Articles
Art23   WINDSOR MAGAZINE (a) June 1897 (16 x 23.5 cms) p20 caricature of Sir Arthur Sullivan conducting (with other celebrities) (colour photocopy)     (a)£2.00 Articles
SON190 SULLIVAN, Arthur WOE UNTO THEM Recitative & Chorus (No.7) and LOVE NOT THE WORLD Song (No.8 in E flat) from the Oratorio THE PRODIGAL SON. Sheard. A4 booklet     £2.00 SONG SHEETS
Art58Xi   WOMAN June 1924 : D'Oyly Carte Opera Company PRINCES THEATRE SEASON (Feb. - July) , London (approx. A4 size): (i) p238 : Sydney Granville as Strephon and Winifred Lawson as Phyllis in IOLANTHE Full-Pages:     Articles
Art58Xj   WOMAN June 1924 : D'Oyly Carte Opera Company PRINCES THEATRE SEASON (Feb. - July) , London (approx. A4 size): (j) p239 : Lytton and Lewis in THE GONDOLIERS Full-Pages:     Articles
Art58Xf   WOMAN June 1924 : D'Oyly Carte Opera Company PRINCES THEATRE SEASON (Feb. - July) , London (approx. A4 size): (f) p235 : Lady Sapho (Eileen Sharp), Lady Angela (Renee Cadell), Lady Ella (Elsie Griffin) in PATIENCE Full-Pages:     Articles
Art58Xh   WOMAN June 1924 : D'Oyly Carte Opera Company PRINCES THEATRE SEASON (Feb. - July) , London (approx. A4 size): (h) p237 : Winifred Lawson as PATIENCE Full-Pages:     Articles
Art58Xc   WOMAN June 1924 : D'Oyly Carte Opera Company PRINCES THEATRE SEASON (Feb. - July) , London (approx. A4 size): (c) p232 : text THE GILBERT AND SULLIVAN OPERAS with photo. of Bertha Lewis as Dame Hannah with the Bridesmaids in RUDDIGORE Full-Pages:     Articles
Art58Xb   WOMAN June 1924 : D'Oyly Carte Opera Company PRINCES THEATRE SEASON (Feb. - July) , London (approx. A4 size): (b) p197 : "Now a gavotte performed sedately" (Sidney Pointer, Bertha Lewis, Henry Lytton and Winifred Lawson) (half-page) Half-Pages:     Articles
SON191 SULLIVAN, Arthur WOO THOU THY SNOWFLAKE (Sir Brian's Song from IVANHOE) Words by Julian Sturgis. No.1 in F major. Chappell (1891) pp8 A4 booklet     £3.00 SONG SHEETS
SON192a SULLIVAN, Arthur YOUTH WILL NEEDS HAVE DALLIANCE King Henry's Song. Words by Henry VIII (a) No.1 in F major (Compass F to F). Metzler pp7 A4 booklet     (a)£3.00 SONG SHEETS
 
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