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SONG24b   A HYMN OF THE HOMELAND in E-flat for S.A.T.B. The Words written by the Rev. H.R.Haweis. The music composed by Arthur Sullivan:. (b) Within : Music to be sung by the Imperial Choir for Empire Day, May 24th, 1919 in Hyde Park. Novello pp48 (paper wraps) RARE (see photocopied section)   (b)£20.00 GANDS SONGSHEET
PIANO14   DOROTHY A Comedy Opera written by B.C.Stephenson. Music by Alfred Cellier. Pianoforte Solo. Chappell (1886): (a) original (neat brown tape repair to spine : outer wraps may be missing) ow good copy pp75     (a)£30.00 GANDS piano
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
PIANO102   SELECTION from Sullivan's Opera THE YEOMEN OF THE GUARD SELECTION from Sullivan's Opera THE YEOMEN OF THE GUARD for the pianoforte by Charles Godfrey Junr. Chappell (large format), blue lettering, inscribed May 1 1923 pp19 (see photocopied section)     £6.00 GANDS piano
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
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
VOCA1296 CELLIER, Alfred & STEPHENSON, B.C. DOROTHY Original Publisher's binding (brown with gilt lettering on front board), Chappell pp149 VG, inscribed May 24th 1888   £75.00 GANDS VOCAL SCORE
VOC59 FORD, Ernest JANE ANNIE JANE ANNIE or The Good Conduct Prize. A New and Original English Comic Opera. Written by J.M.Barrie & A. Conan Doyle. Music by Ernest Ford. Arranged from the Ful Score by King Hall. Chappell pp177. Cast List. Produced at the Savoy Theatre Sat. 13th May, 1893     £40.00 GANDS VOCALSCORE
SONG19 GERMAN, Edward EDWARD GERMAN ALBUM. EDWARD GERMAN ALBUM. Volume II. The Portrait Series: High voice (with cameo photo. of German on cover). Chappell (c.1914) pp49. Love in all Seasons (Words by Basil Hood); When maidens go a-maying (Words by Harold Boulton); Sea Lullaby (Words by Harold Boulton); An Old English Valentine (Words by Mary Farrah); To Katherine Unkind (Words by Basil Hood); Memories (Words by Harold Boulton); Court Favour (Words by Basil Hood); To Phyllis (Words by Arthur Cleveland)     £15.00 GANDS SONGSHEET
1113 GREEN, Martyn MARTYN GREENíS TREASURY OF GILBERT & SULLIVAN. Arrangements by Dr. Albert Sirmay A Fireside Book published by Simon and Schuster : modern facsimile of the original 1941/1961 edition (not date) pp717, b/w plates (lucille Corcos), laminated paper wraps     £35.00 GANDS ALBUM
VOCA1370 Holman & May SMIKE Words & Music by Roger Holman and Simon May A pop musical freely based on Charles Dickens' Nicholas Nickleby. Wise Publications (1976) pp104     £6.95 GANDS VOCAL SCORE
VOC68a 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"
(a) Softback Vocal Score pp226   (a)£30.00 GANDS VOCALSCORE
VOC68d 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"
(d) Softback Full Score pp280   (d)£65.00 GANDS orchestral
VOC68b 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"
(b) Hardback Vocal Score with gilt lettering on spine/front board pp226   (b)£45.00 GANDS VOCALSCORE
VOC68e 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"
(e) Hardback Full Score with gilt lettering on spine/front board pp280   (e)£85.00 GANDS orchestral
VOC68f 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"
(f) Band Parts : Flute/Oboe/ Clarinet in B-flat/ Violoncello/ Percussion   (f)£15.00 each GANDS orchestral
VOC68g 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"
(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 VOCALSCORE
VOC68h 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"
(h) THEY WILL BE REMEMBERED Song from the musical Love Child. Four-Part Chorus. Amber Press (coloured cover) (2005) pp7 (suitable for Remembrance Day ceremonies) (h)£5.00 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
VOC68c KELSALL, Freda 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"
(c) Libretto pp60 (A4 spiral-bound double-sided booklet). Bridge Cultural Services Ltd. (2004) ISBN : 978-0-9544041-1-6   (c)£6.50 GANDS VOCAL SCORE
VOC11a KERKER, Gustave THE BELLE OF NEW YORK THE BELLE OF NEW YORK A Musical Comedy in Two Acts (1897-8). Words by Hugh Morton. Music by Gustave Kerker. Hopwood & Crew (a) Vocal Score pp243. Original Illustrated Cover (front and rear paper wraps chipped and worn) with cameo of Miss Edna May (from a photo.) by W.George. Contents: good, except pp241-243 which are foxed, spine neatly taped with brown paper 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
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
SOLO1362 Sullivan A. (arr. C.Irvin) SULLIVAN SERENADE for Oboe and Piano arranged by Christopher Irvin A medley comprising : Ho, jolly Jenkin (IVANHOE); When the budding bloom of May (HADDON HALL); I'd laugh my rank to scorn (PINAFORE); I know a Youth (RUDDIGORE); Finale & Hornpipe (RUDDIGORE).
First performance given by Christopher Irvin (accompanied by David Mackie) on Saturday 25 May, 2019 in the Music Room at Grim's Dyke Hotel, Harrow Weald (former home of W.S. Gilbert). It was commissioned by The Gilbert & Sullivan Society (London) as part of the 95th Anniversary Convention. Duration : approx. 7:30mins
SCORE pp16 & BOOKLET pp5 : A4 spiral-bound © 2019   £10.00 NEW GANDS SOLOINSTRUMENT
VOCA1334 Sullivan, A. ON SHORE & SEA 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. Boosey (1871) pp51 + pp3 prelims paper wraps, sellotaped, some foxing   £20.00 GANDS VOCAL SCORE
ORCH69x SULLIVAN, Arthur EXCLUSIVE NEW PRINTED EDITION OF LOST SONGS from THE YEOMEN OF THE GUARD. Copyright 2001 by Christopher I. Browne. Unauthorized use of this material constitues an infringement of current copyright laws. Published Copyright 2001 Robin Gordon-Powell : (b) WHEN JEALOUS TORMENTS RACK MY SOUL. No.2. Song: Wilfred Shadbolt. From the score held at The Library of Performing Arts, New York : scored for woodwind and strings only. It is unclear whether this was the composer's final intention, or whether - since the song was dropped from the production early in rehearsals - he simply left it incomplete. For this edition brass and percussion instruments have been added by Mr Keith Irvine. Conductors may therefore elect to perform this song either with, or without the additional instruments. Edited by Robin Gordon-Powell : (x) Individual parts also available @ £2.50 each   (x)£2.50 each GANDS orchestral
ORCH69vii SULLIVAN, Arthur EXCLUSIVE NEW PRINTED EDITION OF LOST SONGS from THE YEOMEN OF THE GUARD. Copyright 2001 by Christopher I. Browne. Unauthorized use of this material constitues an infringement of current copyright laws. Published Copyright 2001 Robin Gordon-Powell : WHEN JEALOUS TORMENTS RACK MY SOUL. No.2. Song: Wilfred Shadbolt. From the score held at The Library of Performing Arts, New York : scored for woodwind and strings only. It is unclear whether this was the composer's final intention, or whether - since the song was dropped from the production early in rehearsals - he simply left it incomplete. For this edition brass and percussion instruments have been added by Mr Keith Irvine. Conductors may therefore elect to perform this song either with, or without the additional instruments. Edited by Robin Gordon-Powell : (vii) Vocal Score pp8. Arranged for piano by Keith Irvine. A4 spiral-bound booklet with card covers   (vii)£10.00 GANDS orchestral
ORCH69vi SULLIVAN, Arthur EXCLUSIVE NEW PRINTED EDITION OF LOST SONGS from THE YEOMEN OF THE GUARD. Copyright 2001 by Christopher I. Browne. Unauthorized use of this material constitues an infringement of current copyright laws. Published Copyright 2001 Robin Gordon-Powell : WHEN JEALOUS TORMENTS RACK MY SOUL. No.2. Song: Wilfred Shadbolt. From the score held at The Library of Performing Arts, New York : scored for woodwind and strings only. It is unclear whether this was the composer's final intention, or whether - since the song was dropped from the production early in rehearsals - he simply left it incomplete. For this edition brass and percussion instruments have been added by Mr Keith Irvine. Conductors may therefore elect to perform this song either with, or without the additional instruments. Edited by Robin Gordon-Powell : (vi) Full Orchestral Score pp18: A4 spiral-bound booklet with paper cover, clear plastic protective sheet, and laminated card back   (vi)£14.00 GANDS orchestral
ORCH69ix SULLIVAN, Arthur EXCLUSIVE NEW PRINTED EDITION OF LOST SONGS from THE YEOMEN OF THE GUARD. Copyright 2001 by Christopher I. Browne. Unauthorized use of this material constitues an infringement of current copyright laws. Published Copyright 2001 Robin Gordon-Powell : WHEN JEALOUS TORMENTS RACK MY SOUL. No.2. Song: Wilfred Shadbolt. From the score held at The Library of Performing Arts, New York : scored for woodwind and strings only. It is unclear whether this was the composer's final intention, or whether - since the song was dropped from the production early in rehearsals - he simply left it incomplete. For this edition brass and percussion instruments have been added by Mr Keith Irvine. Conductors may therefore elect to perform this song either with, or without the additional instruments. Edited by Robin Gordon-Powell : (ix) Full set of Orchestral Parts: Flute I/II; Flutes; Oboe; Clarinet I/II in B flat; Clarinets in Bb; Bassoon I/II; Bassoons; Horn I/II in F; Horns in F; Trumpet I/II in Bb; Trumpets in Bb; Trombone I/II; Trombones; Bass Trombone; Timpani; Triangle; Violin I x 6; Violin II x 5; Viola x 4; Violoncello x 3; Contrabass x 2 (42 pages)   (ix)£41.50 GANDS orchestral
ORCH69viii SULLIVAN, Arthur EXCLUSIVE NEW PRINTED EDITION OF LOST SONGS from THE YEOMEN OF THE GUARD. Copyright 2001 by Christopher I. Browne. Unauthorized use of this material constitues an infringement of current copyright laws. Published Copyright 2001 Robin Gordon-Powell : WHEN JEALOUS TORMENTS RACK MY SOUL. No.2. Song: Wilfred Shadbolt. From the score held at The Library of Performing Arts, New York : scored for woodwind and strings only. It is unclear whether this was the composer's final intention, or whether - since the song was dropped from the production early in rehearsals - he simply left it incomplete. For this edition brass and percussion instruments have been added by Mr Keith Irvine. Conductors may therefore elect to perform this song either with, or without the additional instruments. Edited by Robin Gordon-Powell (viii) Miniature Score pp18: A5 stapled booklet with card covers   (viii)£8.00 GANDS orchestral
VOC18a SULLIVAN, Arthur ODE ON THE OPENING OF THE COLONIAL AND INDIAN EXHIBITION (a) ODE ON THE OPENING OF THE COLONIAL AND INDIAN EXHIBITION. Royal Albert Hall, 4 May 1886. Words by Lord Tennyson. Music by Arthur Sullivan. Chorus: soprano/ alto/ tenor/ bass. A4 photocopied booklet, pp15     (a)£3.00 photocopied booklet GANDS VOCALSCORE
VOC 95 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 S. Sullivan. Boosey (1871) pp51 + pp4 prelims. A4 laminated wraps. Facsimile by Raymond Walker (2011, 1st edition)   £12.00 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
VOC39f 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 (f) paper boards :inscribed 1894, with note re: Albert Hall Sullivan Centenary broadcast May 10th 1942   (f)£12.00 GANDS VOCALSCORE
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