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ALB1472   A MAROON LEATHER-BOUND (worn) ALBUM OF 2 A MAROON LEATHER-BOUND (worn) ALBUM OF 22 SONGS : Shepherd of Souls (from The Sign of the Cross). Words by Wilson Barrett, Composed by Edward Jones. Metzler (1896) pp4; The Shrine of Gold No.2 in E-flat . Words by Stanhope Gray. The Music by T.V.Davies. Davies (1894) pp7; The Christ Child. Sacred Song. Words and Music by B. Van de Water arr. Vernon Rey. Francis, Day & Hunter pp9; Best of All B-flat F to F. Words and Music by Frank L. Moir. Morley pp7; A Psalm of Life No.1 in C. Words by Longfellow. Music by Fredericc H. Cowen. Boosey (1895) pp7; The Golden Bar in C. Words by F.E. Weatherley. Music by Frederick Bevan. Chappell pp8; The Flight of Ages No.1 in G. Words by F.E. Weatherley. Music by Frederick Bevan. Boosey pp7; She Stoops To Conquer No.1 in F. Words by Frederic E. Weatherly. Music by Joseph L. Roekel. Enoch (1892) pp7; Sour Grapes No.1 in D. Words by Frederic E. Weatherly. Music by Joseph L. Roekel. Enoch (1892) pp7; Along The Golden Sands No.1 in F. Words by Clifton Bingham. Music by Joseph L. Roekel. Enoch (1894) pp7; Darby and Joan No.1 in F. Words by Frederic E. Weatherly. Music by J.L.Molloy. Boosey pp7; My Own Goodman No.1 in C. Words by Clifton Bingham. Music by J.L.Molloy. Boosey (1895) pp5; A Spring Song No.1 in D. Words by William Akerman. Music by Franco Leoni. Chappell (1894) pp7; WILL HE COME? No. 1 in D. Words by Adelaide Anne Proctor. Composed by Arthur S. Sullivan. Boosey pp7; Sweetly Chime The Bells. Written by Edward Oxenford. Composed by Odoardo Barri. Swan & Pentland pp7; Granny's Dreamland. Words by Lindsay Lennox Music by H.J.Maule. Barnett pp5; The Lowther Arcade.Written & Composed by Fred. Cape. Revised by Mel. B. Spurr. Francis, Day & Hunter pp4 (cover repaired - some lyrics on lyrics page missing); Lousiana Lou. No. 1 with Pianoforte Accompaniment. Written and Composed by Leslie Stuart. Sung by Miss Ellaline Terriss (b&w photo.) in H.J.W.Dam's Musical Farce THE SHOP GIRL at the Gaiety Theatre. Francis, Day & Hunter (1894) pp5; 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) pp9; Sweet Marie. Composed by Raymond Moore. Hart pp3; The Promise of Life No.3 in E-flat. Words by Clifton Bingham. Music by Frederic H. Cowen. Boosey (1893) pp7; Home, Dearie, Home No.2 in E-flat. Words by F.E. Weatherly. Music by J.L.Molloy. Boosey pp7 (spine worn)     £20.00 GANDS ALBUM
ALB1576   ALBUM OF 27 SONGS brown rexine cover with `SONGS' in gilt on spine and `E.S.M.' monogram on cover : CONTENTS:
1. THE LOST CHORD No.3 in A flat. Words by Adelaide Proctor. Music by Arthur Sullivan (1877)
2. LET ME DREAM AGAIN No.2 in D. Words by B.C. Stephenson. Music by Arthur Sullivan (1875)
3. LITTLE MAID OF ARCADEE. Words by W.S.Gilbert. Music by Arthur Sullivan (from THESPIS) (1872) rare
4. THE DISTANT SHORE. Words by W.S.Gilbert. Music by Arthur Sullivan (1874)
5. THE VILLAGE CHIMES. Written by C.J.Rowe. Music by Arthur S. Sullivan (1870) rare
6. THE CHILDREN'S HOME. Words by Fred. E. Weatherly. Music by Frederic H. Cowen
7. IT WAS A DREAM. Words by R.E. Francillon. Music by Frederic H. Cowen
8. ROBIN REDBREAST. Words by William Allingham. Music by Claribel
9. WHO'S THAT TAPPING. Written by J.Loker. Music by S.W.New (small b&w cameo of cottage)
10.A DAISY SONG. Words by S.H. Gatty. Music by A.Scott Gatty
11. NO SIR! by A.M.Wakefield
12. THE BRIDGE. Written by H.W. Longfellow. Music by Miss M. Lindsay ( ILLUSTRATED COLOURED MUSIC COVER)
13. MISERERE DOMINE. Poetry by Adelaide Proctor. Music by John Blockley (b&w ILLUSTRATED MUSIC COVER of ship during and after storm)
14. THE BAILIFF'S DAUGHTER OF ISLINGTON. Music by John Blockley (b&w ILLUSTRATED MUSIC COVER)
15. WHEN THE SHIP COMES HOME. Music by Mrs. J.Worthington Bliss
16. LOVE'S GOLDEN DREAM. Music by Lindsay Lennox
17. GATES OF THE WEST. Words by A.L. Music by Caroline Lowthian (stamped 19 Sept. 1883)
18. MARJORIE'S ALMANACK. Words by J.B. Aldrich. Music by Charlotte H. Sainton Dolby (stamped 30 April 1872)
19. UNCLE JOHN by F.E.Weatherly
20. TURNHAM TOLL. Words by F.E.Weatherly. Music by Milton Welling
21. A PENNY FOR YOUR THOUGHTS. Words by T. Malcolm Watson. Music by Cecile S. Hartog
22. THE WORLD AND HIS WIFE. Words by F.E.Weatherly. Music by Joseph L. Roeckel
23. WHY ARE YOU WANDERING by I.Nathan
24. Cunningham Boosey's UNIVERSAL Music Standard SCOTCH SONGS ed. Fpx and Clarke : Within a Mile of Edinburgh Town
25. CHE FARO SENZA EURIDICE ?Recit. & Air from Gluck's ORFEO
26. DON PASQUALE by Donizetti SERENATA
27. CAVATINA from IL TANCREDI by Rossini
Condition : Good   £90.00 GANDS ALBUM
ALB1577   AN ALBUM OF 12 SONGS AN ALBUM OF 12 SONGS bound in leather with SONGS in gilt on cover : KING HENRY'S SONG (Youth will needs have dalliance) in E-flat major pp7. Words by HENRY VIII. Music by Arthur Sullivan/ THE PROMISE OF LIFE. Words by Clifton Bingham. Music by Frederic H. Cowen/ SLEEP MY LOVE, SLEEP (1874) No. 1 in D flat pp7. Song. The Words by G. Whyte Melville. The Music composed expressly for Madame Patey. Boosey & Co.by Arthur Sullivan
THE CARNIVAL Words & Music by J.L.Molloy/ HOME, DEARIE, HOME. Words by F.E.Weatherly. Music by J.L.Molloy/ THE STARS OF NORMANDIE. Words by F.E.Weatherly. Music by Stephen Adams/ A IVY SONG. Written by Sarah Doudney. Music by Allan Macbeth/ VINETA. Words from the Schleswig-Holstein poetry. Music by Henry Smart/ HUSH ME, O SORROW!. Words by Madame Darmesteter. Music by Lord Henry Somerset/ THE BIRDS GO NORTH AGAIN. Words by Ella Higginson. Music by Charles Willeby (1902)/ GOLDEN LOVE. Words by Mary Mark-Lemon. Music by Milton Wellings/ QUEEN OF THE EARTH (Man's Guardian Angel). The poetry by H.L. D'arcy Jaxone. Music by Ciro Pinsuti.
    £30.00 GANDS ALBUM
SSH5   BARCAROLE. Descriptive Song BARCAROLE. 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 pp7     £8.00 GANDS SINGLESHEET
SONG23   HUMOROUS SONGS OLD & NEW edited by J.L .Hatton. Boosey (c.1892) pp194 : royal blue cloth with gilt lettering on spine and decorative front board a.e.g. Includes From Rock to Rock (Contrabandista) ; Lullaby(a) & Rataplan (Cox and Box) (F.C.Burnand and Arthur Sullivan)     £20.00 GANDS SONGSHEET
ORCH29h   LOVE CHILD A New Musical by Freda Kelsall and Christopher Irvin. The Amber Ring (2005) : The story tells of families living in a textile town, the mill-owning Cloughs, and the staunch chapel-going Holroyds, an unmarried mother, the hand-to-mouth Wilkies, and the relationship of sons and daughters whose destinies are influenced by the traumas of World War I.
It has fun, pathos and romance, and needs plenty of energy!
The original songs illustrate a journey from Music Hall style to the Charleston era, with at least fifteen roles for solo performers, (some can be doubled;) and a range of scenes to engage the full ensemble.
The show can involve 30 - 50 singers, actors, and dancers, accompanied by a pianist and a small orchestra. It can be simply staged, in an open area with set elements positioned by the cast as part of the action, combined with the creative use of sound, lighting, stylised costume, and minimal props; or there are opportunities for more complex and costly productions. In certain circumstances, permission may be granted to adapt the work to suit the needs of particular groups.
Love Child was commissioned in 2003 for final-year Performing Arts students at Huddersfield Technical College in West Yorkshire, England, and first produced at the Highfields Theatre in April 2004.
"A new show to delight audiences for years to come"
HIRE CHARGES ON REQUEST
LOVE CHILD was commissioned by Huddersfield Technical College in 2003 as a full-length musical for Performing Arts students, accompanied by six musicians. A large cast carried the story of three families in a northern textile town through the changes occasioned by World War I, their songs reflecting the loves and joys of youth being battered and matured by suffering. This overture for full orchestra develops some of these themes. First performance Saturday 15 November, 2008 The Boots Orchestra, Nottingham
(h) THEY WILL BE REMEMBERED Song from the musical Love Child. Four-Part Chorus. Amber Press (coloured cover) (2005) ISMN: M-708031-28-4 pp7   (h)£5.00 GANDS orchestral
ORCH29c   LOVE CHILD A New Musical by Freda Kelsall and Christopher Irvin. The Amber Ring (2005) : The story tells of families living in a textile town, the mill-owning Cloughs, and the staunch chapel-going Holroyds, an unmarried mother, the hand-to-mouth Wilkies, and the relationship of sons and daughters whose destinies are influenced by the traumas of World War I.
It has fun, pathos and romance, and needs plenty of energy!
The original songs illustrate a journey from Music Hall style to the Charleston era, with at least fifteen roles for solo performers, (some can be doubled;) and a range of scenes to engage the full ensemble.
The show can involve 30 - 50 singers, actors, and dancers, accompanied by a pianist and a small orchestra. It can be simply staged, in an open area with set elements positioned by the cast as part of the action, combined with the creative use of sound, lighting, stylised costume, and minimal props; or there are opportunities for more complex and costly productions. In certain circumstances, permission may be granted to adapt the work to suit the needs of particular groups.
Love Child was commissioned in 2003 for final-year Performing Arts students at Huddersfield Technical College in West Yorkshire, England, and first produced at the Highfields Theatre in April 2004.
"A new show to delight audiences for years to come"
HIRE CHARGES ON REQUEST
LOVE CHILD was commissioned by Huddersfield Technical College in 2003 as a full-length musical for Performing Arts students, accompanied by six musicians. A large cast carried the story of three families in a northern textile town through the changes occasioned by World War I, their songs reflecting the loves and joys of youth being battered and matured by suffering. This overture for full orchestra develops some of these themes. First performance Saturday 15 November, 2008 The Boots Orchestra, Nottingham
(c) Libretto pp60 (A4 spiral-bound double-sided booklet). Bridge Cultural Services Ltd. (2004)   (c)£6.50 GANDS orchestral
ORCH29d   LOVE CHILD A New Musical by Freda Kelsall and Christopher Irvin. The Amber Ring (2005) : The story tells of families living in a textile town, the mill-owning Cloughs, and the staunch chapel-going Holroyds, an unmarried mother, the hand-to-mouth Wilkies, and the relationship of sons and daughters whose destinies are influenced by the traumas of World War I.
It has fun, pathos and romance, and needs plenty of energy!
The original songs illustrate a journey from Music Hall style to the Charleston era, with at least fifteen roles for solo performers, (some can be doubled;) and a range of scenes to engage the full ensemble.
The show can involve 30 - 50 singers, actors, and dancers, accompanied by a pianist and a small orchestra. It can be simply staged, in an open area with set elements positioned by the cast as part of the action, combined with the creative use of sound, lighting, stylised costume, and minimal props; or there are opportunities for more complex and costly productions. In certain circumstances, permission may be granted to adapt the work to suit the needs of particular groups.
Love Child was commissioned in 2003 for final-year Performing Arts students at Huddersfield Technical College in West Yorkshire, England, and first produced at the Highfields Theatre in April 2004.
"A new show to delight audiences for years to come"
HIRE CHARGES ON REQUEST
LOVE CHILD was commissioned by Huddersfield Technical College in 2003 as a full-length musical for Performing Arts students, accompanied by six musicians. A large cast carried the story of three families in a northern textile town through the changes occasioned by World War I, their songs reflecting the loves and joys of youth being battered and matured by suffering. This overture for full orchestra develops some of these themes. First performance Saturday 15 November, 2008 The Boots Orchestra, Nottingham
(d) Softback Full Score pp280   (d)£65.00 GANDS orchestral
ORCH29e   LOVE CHILD A New Musical by Freda Kelsall and Christopher Irvin. The Amber Ring (2005) : The story tells of families living in a textile town, the mill-owning Cloughs, and the staunch chapel-going Holroyds, an unmarried mother, the hand-to-mouth Wilkies, and the relationship of sons and daughters whose destinies are influenced by the traumas of World War I.
It has fun, pathos and romance, and needs plenty of energy!
The original songs illustrate a journey from Music Hall style to the Charleston era, with at least fifteen roles for solo performers, (some can be doubled;) and a range of scenes to engage the full ensemble.
The show can involve 30 - 50 singers, actors, and dancers, accompanied by a pianist and a small orchestra. It can be simply staged, in an open area with set elements positioned by the cast as part of the action, combined with the creative use of sound, lighting, stylised costume, and minimal props; or there are opportunities for more complex and costly productions. In certain circumstances, permission may be granted to adapt the work to suit the needs of particular groups.
Love Child was commissioned in 2003 for final-year Performing Arts students at Huddersfield Technical College in West Yorkshire, England, and first produced at the Highfields Theatre in April 2004.
"A new show to delight audiences for years to come"
HIRE CHARGES ON REQUEST
LOVE CHILD was commissioned by Huddersfield Technical College in 2003 as a full-length musical for Performing Arts students, accompanied by six musicians. A large cast carried the story of three families in a northern textile town through the changes occasioned by World War I, their songs reflecting the loves and joys of youth being battered and matured by suffering. This overture for full orchestra develops some of these themes. First performance Saturday 15 November, 2008 The Boots Orchestra, Nottingham
(e) Hardback Full Score with gilt lettering on spine/front board pp280   (e)£85.00 GANDS orchestral
ORCH29f   LOVE CHILD A New Musical by Freda Kelsall and Christopher Irvin. The Amber Ring (2005) : The story tells of families living in a textile town, the mill-owning Cloughs, and the staunch chapel-going Holroyds, an unmarried mother, the hand-to-mouth Wilkies, and the relationship of sons and daughters whose destinies are influenced by the traumas of World War I.
It has fun, pathos and romance, and needs plenty of energy!
The original songs illustrate a journey from Music Hall style to the Charleston era, with at least fifteen roles for solo performers, (some can be doubled;) and a range of scenes to engage the full ensemble.
The show can involve 30 - 50 singers, actors, and dancers, accompanied by a pianist and a small orchestra. It can be simply staged, in an open area with set elements positioned by the cast as part of the action, combined with the creative use of sound, lighting, stylised costume, and minimal props; or there are opportunities for more complex and costly productions. In certain circumstances, permission may be granted to adapt the work to suit the needs of particular groups.
Love Child was commissioned in 2003 for final-year Performing Arts students at Huddersfield Technical College in West Yorkshire, England, and first produced at the Highfields Theatre in April 2004.
"A new show to delight audiences for years to come"
HIRE CHARGES ON REQUEST
LOVE CHILD was commissioned by Huddersfield Technical College in 2003 as a full-length musical for Performing Arts students, accompanied by six musicians. A large cast carried the story of three families in a northern textile town through the changes occasioned by World War I, their songs reflecting the loves and joys of youth being battered and matured by suffering. This overture for full orchestra develops some of these themes. First performance Saturday 15 November, 2008 The Boots Orchestra, Nottingham
(f) Band Parts : Flute/Oboe/ Clarinet in B-flat/ Violoncello/ Percussion   (f)£15.00 each GANDS orchestral
ORCH29i   LOVE CHILD A New Musical by Freda Kelsall and Christopher Irvin. The Amber Ring (2005) : The story tells of families living in a textile town, the mill-owning Cloughs, and the staunch chapel-going Holroyds, an unmarried mother, the hand-to-mouth Wilkies, and the relationship of sons and daughters whose destinies are influenced by the traumas of World War I.
It has fun, pathos and romance, and needs plenty of energy!
The original songs illustrate a journey from Music Hall style to the Charleston era, with at least fifteen roles for solo performers, (some can be doubled;) and a range of scenes to engage the full ensemble.
The show can involve 30 - 50 singers, actors, and dancers, accompanied by a pianist and a small orchestra. It can be simply staged, in an open area with set elements positioned by the cast as part of the action, combined with the creative use of sound, lighting, stylised costume, and minimal props; or there are opportunities for more complex and costly productions. In certain circumstances, permission may be granted to adapt the work to suit the needs of particular groups.
Love Child was commissioned in 2003 for final-year Performing Arts students at Huddersfield Technical College in West Yorkshire, England, and first produced at the Highfields Theatre in April 2004.
"A new show to delight audiences for years to come"
HIRE CHARGES ON REQUEST
LOVE CHILD was commissioned by Huddersfield Technical College in 2003 as a full-length musical for Performing Arts students, accompanied by six musicians. A large cast carried the story of three families in a northern textile town through the changes occasioned by World War I, their songs reflecting the loves and joys of youth being battered and matured by suffering. This overture for full orchestra develops some of these themes. First performance Saturday 15 November, 2008 The Boots Orchestra, Nottingham
(i) LOVE CHILD Concert Overture (Duration: 12 mins.). Published (c) 2008 by Robin Gordon-Powell at The Amber Ring. ISMN : M-708031-49-9
Flute 1/ Flute 2 & Piccolo/ Oboe I/ Oboe 2/ Clarinet 1/ Clarinet 2/ Bassoon 1/ Bassoon 2/ Horn 1/ Horn 2/ Trumpet 1/ Trumpet 2/ Trombone (one only)/ Timpani & Percussion (2 parts for one player)/ Violin (8)/ Violin 2 (6)/ Viola (4)/ Violoncello (4)/ COntrabass (2)/ Full Score pp69
  (i)£210.00 Concert Overture with Score and Parts NEW GANDS orchestral
ORCH29j   LOVE CHILD A New Musical by Freda Kelsall and Christopher Irvin. The Amber Ring (2005) : The story tells of families living in a textile town, the mill-owning Cloughs, and the staunch chapel-going Holroyds, an unmarried mother, the hand-to-mouth Wilkies, and the relationship of sons and daughters whose destinies are influenced by the traumas of World War I.
It has fun, pathos and romance, and needs plenty of energy!
The original songs illustrate a journey from Music Hall style to the Charleston era, with at least fifteen roles for solo performers, (some can be doubled;) and a range of scenes to engage the full ensemble.
The show can involve 30 - 50 singers, actors, and dancers, accompanied by a pianist and a small orchestra. It can be simply staged, in an open area with set elements positioned by the cast as part of the action, combined with the creative use of sound, lighting, stylised costume, and minimal props; or there are opportunities for more complex and costly productions. In certain circumstances, permission may be granted to adapt the work to suit the needs of particular groups.
Love Child was commissioned in 2003 for final-year Performing Arts students at Huddersfield Technical College in West Yorkshire, England, and first produced at the Highfields Theatre in April 2004.
"A new show to delight audiences for years to come"
HIRE CHARGES ON REQUEST
LOVE CHILD was commissioned by Huddersfield Technical College in 2003 as a full-length musical for Performing Arts students, accompanied by six musicians. A large cast carried the story of three families in a northern textile town through the changes occasioned by World War I, their songs reflecting the loves and joys of youth being battered and matured by suffering. This overture for full orchestra develops some of these themes. First performance Saturday 15 November, 2008 The Boots Orchestra, Nottingham
(j) Full Score available singly pp69   (j)£35.00 Score NEW GANDS orchestral
ORCH29a   LOVE CHILD A New Musical by Freda Kelsall and Christopher Irvin. The Amber Ring (2005) : The story tells of families living in a textile town, the mill-owning Cloughs, and the staunch chapel-going Holroyds, an unmarried mother, the hand-to-mouth Wilkies, and the relationship of sons and daughters whose destinies are influenced by the traumas of World War I.
It has fun, pathos and romance, and needs plenty of energy!
The original songs illustrate a journey from Music Hall style to the Charleston era, with at least fifteen roles for solo performers, (some can be doubled;) and a range of scenes to engage the full ensemble.
The show can involve 30 - 50 singers, actors, and dancers, accompanied by a pianist and a small orchestra. It can be simply staged, in an open area with set elements positioned by the cast as part of the action, combined with the creative use of sound, lighting, stylised costume, and minimal props; or there are opportunities for more complex and costly productions. In certain circumstances, permission may be granted to adapt the work to suit the needs of particular groups.
Love Child was commissioned in 2003 for final-year Performing Arts students at Huddersfield Technical College in West Yorkshire, England, and first produced at the Highfields Theatre in April 2004.
"A new show to delight audiences for years to come"
HIRE CHARGES ON REQUEST
LOVE CHILD was commissioned by Huddersfield Technical College in 2003 as a full-length musical for Performing Arts students, accompanied by six musicians. A large cast carried the story of three families in a northern textile town through the changes occasioned by World War I, their songs reflecting the loves and joys of youth being battered and matured by suffering. This overture for full orchestra develops some of these themes. First performance Saturday 15 November, 2008 The Boots Orchestra, Nottingham
(a) Softback Vocal Score pp226   (a)£30.00 GANDS orchestral
PIANO64Y   MY LADY MOLLY. A Comedy Opera. Boo MY LADY MOLLY. A Comedy Opera. Book and lyrics by G.H. Jessop. Additional lyrics by Percy Greenbank & Charles H. Taylor. Music by SIDNEY JONES. Keith Prowse (1902) :     £25.00 scarce GANDS piano
PIANO90e   NEW SULLIVAN SELECTION. Arranged by Dan Godfrey. Chappell (1922): (e) Ex-Pub.Lib (blue boards) VG. Chappell pp11 (proscenium arch/spotlight green inner cover)     (e)£7.00 GANDS piano
ALB2   ONCE AGAIN ONCE AGAIN (plain cover) No. 1 in D Ballad written by Lionel N. Lewin. The music composed expressly for Mr. Sims Reeves by Arthur Sullivan. Boosey & Co. (1872)/ SWEETHEARTS (plain cover) song in A flat sung by Mr. Edward Lloyd. Words by WSG. Music by AS. Chappell (1875)/ SWEETHEARTS WALTZ on Arthur Sullivan's popular song by Charles D'Albert. Tinted illustrated cover: couple in leafy bower (stained). Chappell (1875). In album of 46 items (some coloured)     £40.00 GANDS ALBUM
SONG30   ORPHEUS WITH HIS LUTE ORPHEUS WITH HIS LUTE (in B-flat) and O THAT THOU HADST HEARKENED (from THE PRODIGAL SON in G-major) within the Imperial Edition of SOPRANO SONGS Vol.I Boosey & Co. (a) maroon cloth and gilt lettering, a.e.g. pp187, VG   (a)£15.00 GANDS SONGSHEET
ORCH61   TE DEUM LAUDAMUS and "DOMINE SALVAM FAC REGINAM" TE DEUM LAUDAMUS and "DOMINE SALVAM FAC REGINAM". Composed for the Festival held at The Crystal Palace, May 1, 1872 in Celebration of the Recovery of H.R.H. THE PRINCE OF WALES by ARTHUR SULLIVAN. FULL SCORE. Novello pp120. Spiral-bound facsimile (25 x 33 cms)
Orchestration (as laid out in full score): Flauto I.
Flauto II.
Oboi.
Clarinetti in C.
Fagotti.
Corni I & II in F.
Corni III & IV in C.
Trombe in C.
Tromboni Alto & Tenor.
Trombone Bass & Ophicleide.
/ Timpani in C.G.
Violino I.
Violino II.
Viola.
SOPRANO.
ALTO.
TENOR.
BASS.
Violoncello.
Contra-Basso.
Organo.
I also have for monthly hire (80.00 GBP + P&P @ 35.00 GBP despatched in two separate lots) a complete set of ORCHESTRAL PARTS** (including a complete set of MILITARY BAND PARTS*** for No.7 FINAL CHORUS):
** (21 PARTS)
FULL SCORE
FLAUTO I/11 x 2
OBOI 1/11 x 2
CLARINETTI I/II in C x 2
FAGOTTI I/11 x 2
CONTRA-FAGOTTO/ CORNI I/11 in F/E/G x 2
CORNI III/1V in C/D/B-natural x 2
TROMBE I/11 IN C/D/ E-flat x 2
TROMBONI I/1I x 2
TROMBONE BASSO
OPHICLEIDE
TIMPANI
ORGAN
VIOLIN I x 10
VIOLIN x 8
VIOLA x 8
CELLO & BASS x 12
*** (20 PARTS)
CONCERT FLUTE
OCTAVE PICCOLO
OBOE
SOLO CLARIONET IN B-FLAT
CLARIONET 2 IN B-FLAT
3rd CLARIONET IN B-FLAT
REPIENO CLARIONET IN B-FLAT
CLARIONET IN E-FLAT
FAGOTTI 1 & 2
SAXHORNS
CORNI IN F
CORNET 1 & 2
TROMBONE 1 & 2
TROMBONE BASS
EUPHONIUM
BASSI
SIDE DRUM
  £35.00 GANDS orchestral
SSH2   THE ABSENT-MINDED BEGGAR THE ABSENT-MINDED BEGGAR. In D major. Words by Rudyard Kipling. Music by Arthur Sullivan. Published for "The Daily Mail" Publishing Company by Enoch & Sons (1899) pp9 (worn and chipped)     £7.00 GANDS SINGLESHEET
SONG29   THE LOST CHORD No.4 THE LOST CHORD No.4 in Ab. Album rebound in black cloth (1998). Indexed 1. UP FROM SOMERSET No.3 in D. Music by Wilfred Sanderson. Words by Fred. E. Weatherly. Boosey (c) 1913 .
2. UNTIL No.1 in D-flat. Music by Wilfred Sanderson. Words by Edward Teschemacher. Boosey (c) 1910
3. MY TREASURE No.2 in G. Music by by Joan Trevalsa. Words by Matthias Barr. Boosey (c) 1903
4. THE GIFT No.2 in E-flat. Music by by A.H. Behrend. Words by F.E. Weatherly. Boosey (n/d)
5. LOVES OLD SWEET SONG No.1 in E-flat. Music by  J.L. Molloy. Words by G. Clifton Bingham. Boosey (n/d)
6. WHEN YOU COME HOME No.3 in F. Music by W. H. Squire. Words by F.E. Weatherly. Boosey (c) 1912
7. SYMPATHY in D (Original). Music by Charles Marshall. Words by Mary L. Hay. Williams (1908)
8. THE LOST CHORD No.4 in A-flat. Music by Arthur Sullivan. Words by Adelaide A. Proctor. Boosey (n/d)
9. THE CHILDREN'S HOME in C. Music by Frederic H. Cowen. Poetry by F.E. Weatherly. Morley (n/d)
10. LILY OF MY HEART No.1 in D-flat. Music by H. Geehl. Words by Edward Teschemacher. Gould (c) 1912
11. SOMEWHERE A VOICE IS CALLING No.3 in F. Music by Arthur. E. Tate. Words by Eileen Newton. Larway (c) 1911
12. A SUMMER SHOWER in E-flat. Words & Music by Theo Marzials. Boosey (n/d)
13. THE HOLY CITY in A-flat. Music by Stephen Adams. Words by F.E. Weatherly. Boosey (1892)
14. GOOD-BYE No.1 in A-flat. Music by Paolo Tosti. Words by G.T. Whyte Melville. Ricordi (c) 1902 (stamped May 1911)
15. TIT FOR TAT in E-flat. Music by Henry Pontet. Words by "Nemo". Enoch (n/d)
16. ANCHORED in G. Music by Michael Watson. Written by Samuel K. Cowan M.A. Ascherberg, Hopwood & Crew (n/d)
17. THE ROSARY in D-flat. Music by Ethelbert Nevin. Words by Robert Cameron Rogers. The Boston Music Company (c) 1912
  £30.00 GANDS SONGSHEET
PIANO64X   THE MIKADO Easy piano picture book THE MIKADO Easy piano picture book (landscape) . Text by Kenneth Lillington after WSG. Music arr. Alan Gout. Illustrations by Jenny Tylden-Wright. Faber & Faber (1988) pp32 + decorative laminated wraps VG     £8.00 GANDS piano
1115   THE STRAND MUSICAL MAGAZINE : in grey cloth library binding.Edited by E. Hatzfield Vol. I : January to June, 1895 pp484 (some light foxing on edges) pp21-27 SONG : EDWARD GRAY. Words by Alfred, Lord Tennyson; Music by Sir Arthur Sullivan/ pp83 - 89 The Royal College of Music/ p97 Hayden-Coffin/ pp169 - 174 Interviews with Eminent Musicians : Sir Arthur Sullivan/ p175 Miss Jessie Bond/ Plate p242: "THE LOST CHORD" From a photograph by W. & D. Downey/ p248 Edward Solomon (with photo.)/ p253 George Grossmith also SONG p279: My Lady Nature's Little Joke/ pp403-5 August Manns (includes references to Sullivan's orchestral output) (ex. college lib.)     £25.00 GANDS  
SONG50b   THE WILLOW SONG. Wor THE WILLOW SONG. Words by Shakespeare (Othello) Music by AS - from THE MUSIC LOVERS' PORTFOLIO Vol.3 Edited by Landon Ronald. Waverley Book Company (1921) (a) Another copy (b) from The Music Lovers' Portfolio of the World's Best Music Issue No.11. Orange covers detached   (b)£3.00 GANDS SONGSHEET
SONG50   THE WILLOW SONG. Wor THE WILLOW SONG. Words by Shakespeare (Othello) Music by AS - from THE MUSIC LOVERS' PORTFOLIO Vol.3 Edited by Landon Ronald. Waverley Book Company (1921) (a)     (a)£5.00 GANDS SONGSHEET
VOC122a AUBER THE ROYAL EDITION THE ROYAL EDITION. Boosey and Co. Edited by Arthur Sullivan and J.Pittman jointly, or solely by Sullivan (a) Auber's FRA DIAVOLO pp287. Opera in Three Acts (with Italian and (the original) English words). Red cloth, blue lettering on gilt panel, a.e.g.   (a)£25.00 GANDS VOCALSCORE
VOC64 AUDRAN, Edmond LA POUPEE LA POUPEE (Prince of Wales' Theatre 24 Feb. 1897. Cast includes Courtice Pounds). Comic Opera. English Libretto by Arthur Sturgess founded on the French of Maurice Ordonneau. Music by EDMOND AUDRAN. Hopwood & Crew (1897) pp134 Publisher's original binding in red cloth (worn) with gilt lettering, protecting MINT illustrated cover, a.e.g.   £55.00 GANDS VOCALSCORE
1107 BELLINI Bellini's NORMA. Opera in Two Acts (with Italian and English Words) THE ROYAL EDITION. Boosey & co. Edited by Arthur Sullivan and J. Pittman pp184 a.e.g. FINE COPY   £35.00 GANDS  
VOC49b CARR, F. Osmond HIS EXCELLENCY HIS EXCELLENCY (1894) A Comic Opera. Written by WSG. Composed by F.Osmond Carr. Joseph Williams (1894) pp219 (b) Photocopy only (A4 comb-bound booklet)   (b)£40.00 Photocopy only GANDS VOCAL SCORE
VOC141 CARYLL, Ivan & MONCKTON, Lionel THE TOREADOR (a) THE TOREADOR (1901). An entirely New and Original Musical Play in Two Acts by James T. Tanner & Harry Nicholls. Lyrics by Adrian Ross & Percy Greenbank. Music by Ivan Caryll & Lionel Monckton. Chappell pp231. Condition of music VG. Personally bound in navy cloth with gilt lettering on cover and spine. Edges of cover and back showing signs of wear, and evidence of polish repair, ow covers good     (a)£35.00 GANDS VOCALSCORE
VOC160 CELLIER, Francois CAPTAIN BILLY Operetta in One Act by Harry Greenbank and Francois Cellier Pianoforte arrangement by R.R. Creak. Vocal Score. Chappell pp26. With September 23rd 1891 Cast List printed on half-title page. Copyright "Mrs D'Oyly Carte, Savoy Theatre, London."
Light blue paper wraps. MINT condition
No.4 SONG. (Captain Billy.) : typed text overlay tacked-in :
Verses 2 and 3 to be altered as follows:
Mum trained us in the way That every good boy goes in
And we were told our hands to fold And turn our little toes in
We nourished our young souls On rich Gladstonian Leaven;
Pure Liberals :- "The Radicals", we said "Are barred from Heaven".
"Three Acres and a Cow", As Chamberlain expounded
We felt to be a heresay, Confusion worse confounded.
But Mother died, then Jack, Foreswore his first opinions
And joined the flocks Unorthodox in Chamberlain's dominions.
    £20.00 double-sided spiral-bound photocopied booklet GANDS VOCAL SCORE
SSH16 CLAY, Frederic I'LL SING THEE SONGS OF ARABY. No.2 in F I'LL SING THEE SONGS OF ARABY. No.2 in F. From the Cantata LALLA ROOKH. Written by W.G.Wills. Composed by Frederic Clay. Chappell pp5 (later edition - c.1940's.)     £5.00 GANDS SINGLESHEET
VOC63 CLAY, Frederic LALLA ROOKH LALLA ROOKH. Cantata (expressly composed for Mr Kuhe's Brighton Musical Festival, February, 1877) (The subject founded on Moore's Eastern legend). The Words by W.G.Wills. The Music by FREDERIC CLAY. Chappell pp139. Albion Music Reprints (A4 spiral-bound booklet )     £40.00 GANDS VOCALSCORE
VOC156 CLUTSAM, G.H. & BATH, Hubert YOUNG ENGLAND YOUNG ENGLAND A Light Opera. The Play written by Basil Hood. The Music composed by G.H.Clutsam & Hubert Bath. Cast includes C.Hayden Coffin and Walter Passmore. Ascherberg, Hopwood & Crew (1916) pp192 in good condition (paper wraps) scarce     £60.00 scarce GANDS VOCALSCORE
1106 DONIZETTI Donizetti's DON PASQUALE. Opera in Three Acts with Italian words and a new English adaptation by Charles Lamb Kenney THE ROYAL EDITION. Boosey & Co. Edited by Arthur Sullivan and J. Pittman pp224 a.e.g. VG copy   £30.00 GANDS VOCAL SCORE
VOC35X FINCK, Herman A "G. & S." COCKTAIL A "G. & S." COCKTAIL or A Mixed Savoy Grill. Written by Lauri Wylie. Composed by Herman Finck. As performed at the LONDON HIPPODROME in Better Days (1925) and broadcast by the B.B.C. Ascherberg, Hopwood & Crew (1936) pp48 (Time of performance approximately 25 minutes) (a) original @ £35.00 SOLD (b) £15.00 (A4 photocopied spiral-bound booklet)     (a)ORIGINAL SOLD(b) £15.00 (A4 photocopied spiral-bound booklet) GANDS VOCALSCORE
VOC122e FLOTOW (e)Flotow's MARTA (MARTHA). Opera in Four Acts (with Italian and English words) (e)THE ROYAL EDITION. Boosey and Co. Edited by Arthur Sullivan pp248 (e) a.e.g., FINE COPY   (e)£35.00 GANDS VOCALSCORE
VOC60 FRIML, Rudolf KATINKA vocal score (and orchestra set of parts available) KATINKA : A Musical Play as presented by Mr. Arthur Hammerstein at the Park Theatre, Morristown, N.J. Dec. 2nd, 1915. Book and Lyrics by Otto Hauerbach. Music by Rudolf Friml. G. Schirmer, New York (1916) pp191(with original cast list), original colour illustrated paper wraps, condition good
(b) Orchestra Selection (Aranged by Carl Kiefert) from the Musical Play also available: Piano accompaniment pp15 x2; Flute; Oboe; Clarinet I in A; Clarinet II in A; Bassoon x2; Horns I and II in F; Cornet I in A; Cornet II in A; Trombone; Drums, etc. x2; Violin I x5; Violin II; Viola; Violoncello x2; Bass. Feldman (1916)
    (a)£35.00
(b)£30.00
GANDS VOCALSCORE
ORCH38 GERMAN, Edward NELL GWYN Three Dances for Orchestra Chappell (1900): (a) A4 Photocopied set of parts: Piano Solo part pp17 (arranged by the composer) + 1st Violin x 6/ 2nd Violin x 5/ Viola x 4/ Violoncello x 3/ Bass x 2/ Flutes & Piccolo/ Oboe/ Clarinets in A
Bassoons
Horns in F/ Cornets in A/ 1st & 2nd Trombones/ 3rd Trombone
Harp
Timpani G. D. & Side Drum/ Bass Drum, Cymbals, Tambourine & Triangle
    (a)£40.00 GANDS orchestral
ORCH1206 GERMAN, Edward TOM JONES Three Dances : Morris Dance; Gavotte; Jig. Chappell No.81 (1907) Orchestral set: 1st & 2nd Flutes; Oboe; 1st & 2nd Clarinets in A; Bassoon; Horns in F; 1st & 2nd Cornets in A; 1st & 2nd Trombone; Bass Trombone; Drums; 1st Violin (Conductor) x 4; 2nd Violin; Viola; Cello & Bass x 2     £50.00 GANDS orchestral
VOC1b GILBERT & SULLIVAN THE IMMORTAL GILBERT & SULLIVAN OPERAS Containing The Stories of the Plays and the Words and Music of Famous Numbers from each Opera. With an appreciation by Sir Henry Lytton. The`News Chronicle' Publications Dept. (c.1932) Issued as a part-work, (24 issues), and once completed returned for binding.
Vol.I Famous Numbers from THE MIKADO, THE GONDOLIERS, THE YEOMEN OF THE GUARD.192pp.
Vol.2 Famous Numbers from H.M.S. PINAFORE, SELECTION: Gems From Gilbert and Sullivan. Arranged for the Piano by Reg. H. Casson, THE PIRATES OF PENZANCE, THE SORCERER. 192pp
Vol.3 Famous Numbers from RUDDIGORE, PATIENCE, THE GRAND DUKE, TRIAL BY JURY. Selection: Gems From Gilbert and Sullivan.Arranged for the Piano by Reg. H. Casson.192pp
Vol.4 Famous Numbers from IOLANTHE, UTOPIA LTD., PRINCESS IDA. 192pp
RED CLOTH 4-VOLUME SET :   (b) £25.00 (good) GANDS VOCALSCORE
SONG41a GILBERT & SULLIVAN THE SINGER'S GILBERT & SULLIVAN Women's Edition (a) THE SINGER'S GILBERT & SULLIVAN Women's Edition. 8 Classics from PF; MK; PP; PI; RG; YG. Companion CD includes Full Orchestra Accompaniments Recorded by the Czech Symphony Orchestra, Plus Performances by Professional Singers. Hal Leonard (1996) pp39     (a)£16.95 NEW GANDS SONGSHEET
VOC1a GILBERT & SULLIVAN OPERAS THE IMMORTAL GILBERT & SULLIVAN OPERAS Containing The Stories of the Plays and the Words and Music of Famous Numbers from each Opera. With an appreciation by Sir Henry Lytton. The`News Chronicle' Publications Dept. (c.1932) Issued as a part-work, (24 issues), and once completed returned for binding.
Vol.I Famous Numbers from THE MIKADO, THE GONDOLIERS, THE YEOMEN OF THE GUARD.192pp.
Vol.2 Famous Numbers from H.M.S. PINAFORE, SELECTION: Gems From Gilbert and Sullivan. Arranged for the Piano by Reg. H. Casson, THE PIRATES OF PENZANCE, THE SORCERER. 192pp
Vol.3 Famous Numbers from RUDDIGORE, PATIENCE, THE GRAND DUKE, TRIAL BY JURY. Selection: Gems From Gilbert and Sullivan.Arranged for the Piano by Reg. H. Casson.192pp
Vol.4 Famous Numbers from IOLANTHE, UTOPIA LTD., PRINCESS IDA. 192pp
RED CLOTH 4-VOLUME SET :   (a) £15.00 (worn) GANDS VOCALSCORE
1244 GILBERT, W.S. & SULLIVAN, Arthur PATIENCE (revised edition) vocal score Published betwwen 1911-1948. Chappell pp145 red cloth, a.e.g., gilt lettering on spine and front board   £15.00 GANDS VOCAL SCORE
1245 GILBERT, W.S. & SULLIVAN, Arthur PRINCESS IDA; (sic) vocal score Chappell pp134 Bound in red cloth, a.e.g. (1911-1948 Rupert DC edition), gilt lettering on spine and front board, sl. shaken   £10.00 GANDS VOCAL SCORE
VOCA1154 GILBERT, W.S. and SULLIVAN, A.S. THE YEOMEN OF THE GUARD SAVOY EDITION : Vol. IX. Chappell pp136 (inscribed 1907). Cast Lists for 1888 & 1897 red cloth (dull) with gilt lettering, a.e.g.   £15.00 GANDS VOCALSCORE
VOCA1155 GILBERT, W.S. and SULLIVAN, A.S. TRIAL BY JURY Chappell (inscribed 1929) pp69 red cloth with gilt lettering, a.e.g.   £12.00 GANDS VOCALSCORE
SSH51b GILBERT, WS.G. & SULLIVAN, A. THE DISTANT SHORE Song. Sung by Mr Edward Lloyd (1874) THE DISTANT SHORE in F. Chappell pp7     £20.00 GANDS SONGSHEET
VOC122f GOUNOD (f) Gounod's FAUST. Opera in Five Acts (with Italian and English words - the latter by H.F. Chorley) (f) THE ROYAL EDITION. Boosey and Co. Edited by Arthur Sullivan pp247 (f) a.e.g. (1) VG (2) Covers unevenly faded, lettering bright , inscribed Nov: 1896   (f)(1)£30.00 (2)£20.00 GANDS VOCALSCORE
VOC122h GOUNOD (h) Gounod's THE MOCK DOCTOR (Le Medecin Malgre Lui) Comic Opera in Three Acts. The English Version by Charles Lamb Kenney (h) THE ROYAL EDITION. Boosey and Co. Edited by Arthur Sullivan and J.Pittman (h) Inscribed 18.2.73, a.e.g. FINE COPY (period Royal College of Music embossed stamp)   (h)£30.00 GANDS VOCAL SCORE
SSH3b GROSSMITH, George AN AWFUL LITTLE SCRUB. Humorous Song. Written, Composed & Sung by GEORGE GROSSMITH (b) J.Bath pp5 (ex-album) VG (list of Grossmith songs on back)     (b)£10.00 GANDS SINGLESHEET
SSH3a GROSSMITH, George AN AWFUL LITTLE SCRUB. Humorous Song. Written, Composed & Sung by GEORGE GROSSMITH (a) Concanen Illustrated Music Cover (detached) with music. J.Bath pp5 (ex-album) VG     (a)£40.00 GANDS SINGLESHEET
ORCH29b IRVIN, Christopher LOVE CHILD A New Musical by Freda Kelsall and Christopher Irvin. The Amber Ring (2005) : The story tells of families living in a textile town, the mill-owning Cloughs, and the staunch chapel-going Holroyds, an unmarried mother, the hand-to-mouth Wilkies, and the relationship of sons and daughters whose destinies are influenced by the traumas of World War I.
It has fun, pathos and romance, and needs plenty of energy!
The original songs illustrate a journey from Music Hall style to the Charleston era, with at least fifteen roles for solo performers, (some can be doubled;) and a range of scenes to engage the full ensemble.
The show can involve 30 - 50 singers, actors, and dancers, accompanied by a pianist and a small orchestra. It can be simply staged, in an open area with set elements positioned by the cast as part of the action, combined with the creative use of sound, lighting, stylised costume, and minimal props; or there are opportunities for more complex and costly productions. In certain circumstances, permission may be granted to adapt the work to suit the needs of particular groups.
Love Child was commissioned in 2003 for final-year Performing Arts students at Huddersfield Technical College in West Yorkshire, England, and first produced at the Highfields Theatre in April 2004.
"A new show to delight audiences for years to come"
HIRE CHARGES ON REQUEST
LOVE CHILD was commissioned by Huddersfield Technical College in 2003 as a full-length musical for Performing Arts students, accompanied by six musicians. A large cast carried the story of three families in a northern textile town through the changes occasioned by World War I, their songs reflecting the loves and joys of youth being battered and matured by suffering. This overture for full orchestra develops some of these themes. First performance Saturday 15 November, 2008 The Boots Orchestra, Nottingham
(b) Hardback Vocal Score with gilt lettering on spine/front board pp226   (b)£45.00 GANDS orchestral
ORCH29g IRVIN, Christopher LOVE CHILD A New Musical by Freda Kelsall and Christopher Irvin. The Amber Ring (2005) : The story tells of families living in a textile town, the mill-owning Cloughs, and the staunch chapel-going Holroyds, an unmarried mother, the hand-to-mouth Wilkies, and the relationship of sons and daughters whose destinies are influenced by the traumas of World War I.
It has fun, pathos and romance, and needs plenty of energy!
The original songs illustrate a journey from Music Hall style to the Charleston era, with at least fifteen roles for solo performers, (some can be doubled;) and a range of scenes to engage the full ensemble.
The show can involve 30 - 50 singers, actors, and dancers, accompanied by a pianist and a small orchestra. It can be simply staged, in an open area with set elements positioned by the cast as part of the action, combined with the creative use of sound, lighting, stylised costume, and minimal props; or there are opportunities for more complex and costly productions. In certain circumstances, permission may be granted to adapt the work to suit the needs of particular groups.
Love Child was commissioned in 2003 for final-year Performing Arts students at Huddersfield Technical College in West Yorkshire, England, and first produced at the Highfields Theatre in April 2004.
"A new show to delight audiences for years to come"
HIRE CHARGES ON REQUEST
LOVE CHILD was commissioned by Huddersfield Technical College in 2003 as a full-length musical for Performing Arts students, accompanied by six musicians. A large cast carried the story of three families in a northern textile town through the changes occasioned by World War I, their songs reflecting the loves and joys of youth being battered and matured by suffering. This overture for full orchestra develops some of these themes. First performance Saturday 15 November, 2008 The Boots Orchestra, Nottingham
(g) Full performing set: Vocal Score; libretto; Full Score; set of 5 band parts : £151.00 less 15% discount (£22.65) = £128.35   (g)£128.35 GANDS orchestral
VOC91c JONES, Sidney MY LADY MOLLY MY LADY MOLLY. A Comedy Opera. Book and lyrics by G.H. Jessop. Additional lyrics by Percy Greenbank & Charles H. Taylor. Music by SIDNEY JONES. Keith Prowse (1902) (c) Illustrated Music Cover : MY LADY MOLLY Lancers (ill. by W.George) arr. Carl Kiefert. Keith, Prowse & Co. (1902) pp9   (c)£40.00 GANDS VOCALSCORE
VOC91b JONES, Sidney MY LADY MOLLY MY LADY MOLLY. A Comedy Opera. Book and lyrics by G.H. Jessop. Additional lyrics by Percy Greenbank & Charles H. Taylor. Music by SIDNEY JONES. Keith Prowse (1902) (b) pp255 original buff paper covers, spine intact   (b)£50.00 GANDS VOCALSCORE
VOC91f JONES, Sidney MY LADY MOLLY MY LADY MOLLY. A Comedy Opera. Book and lyrics by G.H. Jessop. Additional lyrics by Percy Greenbank & Charles H. Taylor. Music by SIDNEY JONES. Keith Prowse (1902) (f) PIANOFORTE SCORE arranged by Guy Jones. Keith, Prowse & Co. (1902) pp115 VG   (f)£25.00 scarce GANDS VOCALSCORE
VOC91a JONES, Sidney MY LADY MOLLY MY LADY MOLLY. A Comedy Opera. Book and lyrics by G.H. Jessop. Additional lyrics by Percy Greenbank & Charles H. Taylor. Music by SIDNEY JONES. Keith Prowse (1902) (a) SOUVENIR OF THE 200TH PERFORMANCE pp271 maroon boards with gilt lettering on cover and spine. Coloured Illustrated Music Cover title page. Cast List. FINE COPY Scarce   (a)£85.00 Scarce GANDS VOCALSCORE
VOC91d JONES, Sidney MY LADY MOLLY MY LADY MOLLY. A Comedy Opera. Book and lyrics by G.H. Jessop. Additional lyrics by Percy Greenbank & Charles H. Taylor. Music by SIDNEY JONES. Keith Prowse (1902) (d) Programme: (inscribed T.F.Howell 4/4/3). Cast : Sybil Arundale, Decima Moore, Gaynor Rowlands, Andree Corday, Richard Green, Walter Hyde, Arthur Winckworth, Bert Gilbert, J.T. MacCallum, William Waite, Gilbert Laye, Margaret Parker, Madge Greet, Susie Nainby, Dixon Blackburn and Leonard James (16-page booklet) (outer back wrap colour advert for champagne) VG   (d)£45.00 GANDS VOCALSCORE
VOC91e JONES, Sidney MY LADY MOLLY. MY LADY MOLLY. A Comedy Opera. Book and lyrics by G.H. Jessop. Additional lyrics by Percy Greenbank & Charles H. Taylor. Music by SIDNEY JONES. Keith Prowse (1902) (e) 1st Violin (Conductor) part only from SELECTION arr. Carl Kiefert. Hawkes & Son CONCERT EDITION (1903) pp14 scarce   (e)£7.50 scarce GANDS VOCALSCORE
VOC44 JONES, Sidney THE GREEK SLAVE A Musical Comedy Libretto by Owen Hall. Lyrics by Harry Greenbank and Adrian Ross. Music by Sidney Jones. Ascherberg, Hopwood & Crew (1898) pp195. Original Publisher's hardback binding, red cloth with gilt lettering on front boards (stain top right ). Coloured Illustrated Music Cover inside by W. George (VG) a.e.g.   £50.00 GANDS VOCALSCORE
VOC69 LECOCQ, Charles LA FILLE DE MADAME ANGOT LA FILLE DE MADAME ANGOT (1872). Comic Opera. The Words by Clairville, Siraudin, & Koning. Translated into English by H.J.Byron. Boosey & Co. pp276 (leather with gilt lettering: spine worn) (early run programmes available : see PROGRAMMES - also Illustrated Music Covers)   £45.00 GANDS VOCAL SCORE
VOCA1272 LOHR, Hermann OUR LITTLE CINDERELLA A Play with Music in Three Acts by Leo Trevor Lyrics by Arhtur Wimperis. Music by Hermann Lohr. Chappell (1911) pp155. Ex-Pub.Lib. Contents VG. Cover (within library binding) : full-page photograph of Miss Margery Maude as Cinderella The show was produced by the actor-manager Cyril Maude (1862-1951) who co-ran the Haymarket, and later the Playhouse theatre. In OUR LITTLE CINDERELLA he plays Lord Punterfield (a rather Trollope-like name!). Cinderella is played by his daughter Margery Maude (1889 -1979).   £30.00 GANDS VOCAL SCORE
1101 MACFARREN, G.A. ROBIN HOOD Opera in three Acts (1860) Written by John Oxenford. Arranged from the score, by Edward F. Rimbault. Facsimile of Cramer, Beale & Chappell vocal score of 1860, and used for the 2010 Victorian Opera Northwest recording. 2nd Edition pp301. Background notes by Raymond Walker laminated wraps £24.95 NEW GANDS VOCAL SCORE
SONG1290 Melville & Sullivan SLEEP MY LOVE, SLEEP Song. Words by G. Whyte Melville. The Music composed expressly for Madame Patey. No.1 in D-flat. Boosey pp7 (1874) pages detached   £25.00 GANDS SONGSHEET
VOC146 MESSAGER, Andre VERONIQUE VERONIQUE. Comic Opera in Three Acts (Apollo Theatre 18 May 1904 with Rosina Brandram in cast : 495 nights). By A. Vanloo and G.Duval. Music by Andre Messager. English version by Henry Hamilton. Lyrics by Lilian Eldee. With alterations and additions by Percy Greenbank. Chappell pp244 (a) (1904 1st) with Illustrated Music Cover scarce   (a)£50.00 GANDS VOCALSCORE
VOC146b MESSAGER, Andre VERONIQUE VERONIQUE. Comic Opera in Three Acts (Apollo Theatre 18 May 1904 with Rosina Brandram in cast : 495 nights). By A. Vanloo and G.Duval. Music by Andre Messager. English version by Henry Hamilton. Lyrics by Lilian Eldee. With alterations and additions by Percy Greenbank. Chappell pp244 (b) (New Edition 1904), laminated wraps, some operatic society stamps   (b)£40.00 GANDS VOCALSCORE
VOC20a MONCKTON, Lionel A COUNTRY GIRL (a) A COUNTRY GIRL (Daly's Theatre, produced by George Edwardes, cast includes C.Hayden-Coffin and Rutland Barrington). A New and Original Musical Play by James T.Tanner. Lyrics by Adrian Ross. Music by LIONEL MONCKTON. Additional lyrics and numbers by Paul A.Rubens. Additional lyrics by Percy Greenbank. Chappell (c)1901: Original publisher's binding, green cloth & gilt lettering. With coloured decorative music cover by W.George (foxed) of girl in silvan setting. Chappell . New Edition (1904) pp212 (new endpapers)     £100.00 GANDS VOCALSCORE
VOCA1292 MONCKTON, Lionel THE CINGALEE A New and Original Musical Play by James T. Tanner. Lyrics by Adrian Ross & Percy Greenbank. Music by Lionel Monckton. Additional dialogue, lyrics, and numbers by Paul A. Rubens. Chappell (1904) pp186. Origianl publisher's softback binding, with Illustrated Music Cover by H.G. Banks spine taped   £40.00 GANDS VOCAL SCORE
VOC117 MONCKTON, Lionel THE QUAKER GIRL. THE QUAKER GIRL. A New Musical Play in Three Acts By James T. Tanner. Lyrics by Adrian Ross and Percy Greenbank. Music by Lionel Monckton. Chappell (1910/11/56) (Revised Edition July 1956) pp197. Buff paper wraps sl. worn, music VG. Condition : Good     £25.00 GANDS VOCALSCORE
VOC38 STRAUSS, Johann THE GIPSY BARON (Der Zigeunerbaron 1885 ) Operetta in Three Acts Music by Johann Strauss. Libretto by Ignatz Schnitzer. Music adapted and arranged by Ronald Hanmer. Original libretto by Ig. Schnitzer
New libretto by Phil Park & Conrad Carter. Lyrics by Phil Park. Weinberger (1955) pp237 (some marking of score, covers sl. worn, ow good)
    £9.00 GANDS VOCALSCORE
VOCA1284 SULLIVAN FESTIVAL TE DEUM and "DOMINE SALVUM FAC" FESTIVAL TE DEUM and "DOMINE SALVUM FAC REGINAM" for soprano solo, chorus, orchestra, organ and military band (ad libitum) (1872 Crystal Palace). Novello Original Octavo Edition pp77 origianl red cloth edition, boards showing the patina of age, a.e.g., gilt lettering on front board and spine   £35.00 GANDS VOCAL SCORE
SOLOSH10 SULLIVAN, Arthur A TREASURY OF GILBERT and SULLIVAN A TREASURY OF GILBERT and SULLIVAN (14 items) for the Hammond Organist arranged by Marcel G. Frank. Marks, USA pp32 (1959)     £7.00 GANDS SOLOINSTRUMENT
SONG7 SULLIVAN, Arthur BASS SONGS including I WOULD I WERE KING BASS SONGS including I WOULD I WERE KING (1878) (V.Hugo trans. Sir Alexander Cockburn, Bart G.C.B) Boosey Imperial Edition pp204 (no date) (Ex-Pub.Lib hardback) condition: good     £8.00 GANDS SONGSHEET
SONG14 SULLIVAN, Arthur CLASSIC TENOR SONGS including EVER CLASSIC TENOR SONGS including EVER (1887) in Db by Arthur Sullivan. Ditson (1888) pp151 a.e.g. gilt lettering on blue cloth (badly ink-stained)     £20.00 GANDS SONGSHEET
PS4 SULLIVAN, Arthur ECHOES (part of `Seven Part-Songs', pub. 1868). A Four-Part Song. The Words by Thomas Moore. Novello's Part-Song Book No.155 pp6 (6 copies @ £10.00 each) very scarce     £10.00 GANDS partsong
VOC103b SULLIVAN, Arthur H.M.S. PINAFORE H.M.S. PINAFORE (b) red cloth, clean pp150. Cramer a.e.g. (pre-1948)   (b)£15.00 GANDS VOCALSCORE
ORCH16b SULLIVAN, Arthur HADDON HALL Full Score NEW: HADDON HALL Full Score - with such curiosities as two pieces of "Exit" and "Entry" music not in the vocal score, and extra verse for Sir George's song. Edited by Roger Harris. R.Clyde edition (2006). Issued in two volumes (b) Vol.7b M-7-8011-94-1 softback   (b)£90.00 GANDS orchestral
VOC53b SULLIVAN, Arthur IOLANTHE Chappell c.1920s, pp174 : red cloth, with gilt lettering on spine and front board, a.e.g. VG TWO COPIES AVAILABLE   (b)£10.00 GANDS VOCAL SCORE
VOC56 SULLIVAN, Arthur IOLANTHE IOLANTHE. G.Schirmer Edition, USA (Authentic Version Edited by Bryceson Treharne) (with dialogue) decorative front paper wraps pp208, virtually new (inscription on title page)     £8.50 GANDS VOCALSCORE
ORCH40 SULLIVAN, Arthur 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 Sullivan. FULL SCORE edited by Martin Wright. Published (c) 2006 by Robin Gordon-Powell at The Amber Ring. ISMN : M-708031-30-7 : pp130 + ppxxii, light blue cloth, silver lettering on spine (Complete orchestral material for this work is available and may be obtained from the publisher)   £75.00 NEW GANDS orchestral
ORCH42 SULLIVAN, Arthur ONWARD CHRISTIAN SOLDIERS Hymn Tune Orchestrations by Victor Fleming. A series of popular hymns arranged for full orchestra or smaller ensembles. FULL SCORE. Augener Galliard (1963) pp4     £10.00 GANDS orchestral
VOC100b SULLIVAN, Arthur PATIENCE PATIENCE (b) pp140 paper wraps : spine strip missing, front wrap detached, back wrap missing. Cast Lists 1881/1900   (b)£15.00 GANDS VOCALSCORE
VOC100c SULLIVAN, Arthur PATIENCE PATIENCE (c) (c.1926) Newly rebound post-1911 edition in navy cloth with gilt lettering. VG   (c)£50.00 GANDS VOCALSCORE
ORCH43 SULLIVAN, Arthur PATIENCE. W.Winterbottom's Fantasia Fantasia Selection. Arranged for String Orchestra by E.Binding. Piano Conductor (with orchestral cues - including WIND). Hawkes pp20 A4 stapled PHOTOCOPIED BOOKLET only     £4.00 photocopied booklet only GANDS piano
VOC112b SULLIVAN, Arthur PRINCESS IDA. PRINCESS IDA. Chappell pp134 (b) Bound in red cloth, a.e.g. (1911-1948 Rupert DC edition), top of spine sl. rubbed, ow VG copy   (b)£15.00 GANDS VOCALSCORE
VOC123d SULLIVAN, Arthur RUDDIGORE RUDDIGORE. Chappell (d) pp141, red cloth, a.e.g. gilt lettering (spine faded) (inscribed Sept. 19, 1934)   (d)£15.00 GANDS VOCALSCORE
PIANO79b SULLIVAN, Arthur RUDDIGORE SELECTION By W.Winterbottom. Arranged from G.L.Tracy's Vocal Score. Chappell (turn of the century) pp19 (b) smaller format (24.5 x 31.5) plain cover       GANDS piano
PIANO79a SULLIVAN, Arthur RUDDIGORE SELECTION By W.Winterbottom. Arranged from G.L.Tracy's Vocal Score. Chappell (turn of the century) pp19 (a) large format (25.5 cms x c.35.5cms) plain cover     £5.00 each GANDS piano
SSH41 SULLIVAN, Arthur SWEETHEARTS SWEETHEARTS (1875) in A-flat. Words by WSG. Chappell pp7 (inscribed March 1881)     £15.00 GANDS SINGLESHEET
SSH8 SULLIVAN, Arthur THE CHORISTER (in F major) THE CHORISTER (in F major). Words by Fred E. Weatherly. Music by Arthur S. Sullivan. Sung by Madame Antoinette Sterling. Also by Miss Coyte Turner. pp5 b&w cover     £8.00 GANDS SINGLESHEET
VOC39b SULLIVAN, Arthur THE GOLDEN LEGEND THE GOLDEN LEGEND. Adapted from the poem by Longfellow by Joseph Bennett. Set to music by Arthur Sullivan. The pianoforte arrangement by Berthold Tours. Novello's Original Octavo Edition pp137 (b) scarlet cloth, gilt lettering a.e.g. (printed date 27/2/99)   (b)£25.00 GANDS VOCALSCORE
VOC39a SULLIVAN, Arthur THE GOLDEN LEGEND THE GOLDEN LEGEND. Adapted from the poem by Longfellow by Joseph Bennett. Set to music by Arthur Sullivan. The pianoforte arrangement by Berthold Tours. Novello's Original Octavo Edition pp137 (a) scarlet cloth, gilt lettering a.e.g.   (a)£25.00 GANDS VOCAL SCORE
VOC65d SULLIVAN, Arthur THE LIGHT OF THE WORLD THE LIGHT OF THE WORLD. An Oratorio. The words compiled from THE HOLY SCRIPTURES. Composed by Sir Arthur S.Sullivan (First perf. Birmingham Music Festival Aug.27, 1873) Cramer pp259 (d) This new ed. prepared to celebrate the centenary of the death of Sir Arthur Sullivan on Nov.22, 1900 for a performance given by the North-West Region of the National Federation of Music Societies on Nov.25, 2000. Notes by Raymond Walker. Cramer (2000) pp276 laminated paper wraps NEW   (d)£12.00 GANDS VOCALSCORE
VOC65a SULLIVAN, Arthur THE LIGHT OF THE WORLD THE LIGHT OF THE WORLD. An Oratorio. The words compiled from THE HOLY SCRIPTURES. Composed by Sir Arthur S.Sullivan (First perf. Birmingham Music Festival Aug.27, 1873) Cramer pp259 (a) First Edition (1873) Ex-Public Music Reference Library (navy boards, rebound Jan 1932), pp259, VG VERY SCARCE   (a)£100.00 VERY SCARCE GANDS VOCALSCORE
VOC65b SULLIVAN, Arthur THE LIGHT OF THE WORLD THE LIGHT OF THE WORLD. An Oratorio. The words compiled from THE HOLY SCRIPTURES. Composed by Sir Arthur S.Sullivan (First perf. Birmingham Music Festival Aug.27, 1873) Cramer pp259 (b) First Edition (1873). Ex-Pub.Lib (trimmed) VG   (b)£75.00 GANDS VOCALSCORE
VOC65c SULLIVAN, Arthur THE LIGHT OF THE WORLD. THE LIGHT OF THE WORLD. An Oratorio. The words compiled from THE HOLY SCRIPTURES. Composed by Sir Arthur S.Sullivan (First perf. Birmingham Music Festival Aug.27, 1873) Cramer pp259 (c) First edition (1873) original wraps (chipped), neat blue cloth repair to spine, some light foxing on early pages, ow good   (c)£30.00 GANDS VOCALSCORE
ALBwindow Sullivan, Arthur THE WINDOW (1871) THE WINDOW (1871) or The Love of the Wrens. Words written for music by Alfred Tennyson Poet-Laureate. The music by Arthur Sullivan. Songs by Alfred Tennyson. Straham & Co. (1871) pp54 (a)Plum coloured cloth boards, with gilt Millais illustration on cover, a.e.g
No. VI dividing page repaired with archive tape, also pp36-37, and p38
foxing : mainly on early pages pp1-5, pp36-37, p44 and at the end pp53-54 , ow good (one small tear bottom p5 & 26, and chip bottom edge p17)
Tennyson was encouraged by the celebrated George Grove to provide the young Sullivan with lyrics for a song cycle. When written, Tennyson disliked his contribution and refused permission for publication. He even offered Sullivan £500 to abandon the project. Sullivan protested and reluctantly Tennyson agreed to publication, but insisted that a prefatory note appear (included with this edition) as well as the additional and separate printing of lyrics before each song. Floral motifs separate the songs. Drawings were to have been provided by Millais, but only one exists as the front cover. In the 1870s this volume was expensive and cherished by musical Victorian households RARE
(b) Good copy with minimum foxing on outer pages, modern professional spine strip repair
  (a)£70.00
(b)£85.00
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VOC153f SULLIVAN, Arthur THE YEOMEN OF THE GUARD THE YEOMEN OF THE GUARD. Chappell (f) red cloth bound, a.e.g.   (f)£10.00 GANDS VOCALSCORE
VOC153c SULLIVAN, Arthur THE YEOMEN OF THE GUARD THE YEOMEN OF THE GUARD. Chappell (c) Revised edition. Bound in red cloth. a.e.g. VG. (1911 copyright details)   (c)£10.00 GANDS VOCALSCORE
PS25 SULLIVAN, Arthur WHEN THE BUDS ARE BLOSSOMING. Madrigal for Four Voices from RUDDIGORE No.102 Chappell's Vocal Library of Part-Songs, &c. pp8     £8.00 GANDS partsong
VOC1169 SULLIVAN, Arthur & GILBERT, W.S. THE MIKADO Chappell pp193 (bookplate 16 Dec. 1924) red cloth, Gilt lettering on front and spine, a.e.g. VG     £15.00 GANDS VOCAL SCORE
SING1291 SULLIVAN, Arthur S. GOD SHALL WASH AWAY ALL TEARS (1873) IN G. Compass. D to G. Air from the Oratorio THE LIGHT OF THE WORLD (1873). Sung by Madme. Trebelli. Cramer pp5     £6.00 GANDS SINGLESHEET
VOCA1282 SULLIVAN, Arthur S. THE PRODIGAL SON An Oratorio. The Music Composed by Arthur S. Sullivan. Boosey (1869) scarlet cloth, a.e.g. gilt lettering on front board, pp109 good copy   £35.00 GANDS VOCAL SCORE
VOC122n VERDI THE ROYAL EDITION THE ROYAL EDITION. Boosey and Co. Edited by Arthur Sullivan and J.Pittman jointly, or solely by Sullivan (n) (1) Verdi's RIGOLETTO pp235 (arranged by A.Sullivan and J. Pittman). Words by Francesco Maria Piave. English translation by John Oxenford a.e.g. (boards dull) (2) Ex-College Lib., rebound, maroon boards with gilt lettering on spine, small stain trace on outer front board, ow good   (n)(1)£15.00 (2)£6.00 GANDS VOCALSCORE
VOCA1229 VERDI, G. RIGOLETTO. A Tragic Opera in Three Acts lettering on cover : KENNETH SANDFORD. Novello's Original Octavo Edition pp202. Edited and Translated into English by Natalia Macfarren worn, pages loose   £20.00 GANDS VOCAL SCORE
VOC122p WAGNER, R LOHENGRIN Opera in Three Acts (p) LOHENGRIN with Italian, German, and English words - the latter by John Oxenford. Original Royal Edition i-xvi pp383 a.e.g. Boosey and Co. Edited by Arthur Sullivan and J.Pittman jointly, or solely by Sullivan     (p)£25.00 GANDS VOCALSCORE
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