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Introduction
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Dialogue and lyrics by:
Sir William S. Gilbert

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Music by:
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ACT I

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A Utopian Palm Grove in the gardens of KING PARAMOUNT's Palace, showing a picturesque and luxuriant tropical
landscape, with the sea in the distance. SALATA, MELENE, PHYLLA, and other Maidens discovered, lying lazily about the stage and
thoroughly enjoying themselves in lotus-eating fashion.
SCENE. --

No. 1. In lazy languor motionless


Phylla and Women

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No. 2. O make way for the Wise Men!


Chorus

3
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Allegretto pesante

(March. Enter Guard, escorting

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and

PHANTIS)

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O make way for the Wise Men! They are prize - men, Dou-ble - first in the world's u - ni - ver-si- ty!
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my land), She has

no one to

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pride of U - to- pia. Cor-nu - co-pia is

each in his

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til - i - ty

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No. 2a. In every mental lore


Scaphio, Phantis, and Chorus

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news - pa - per
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SCAPHIO and PHANTIS.)

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No. 3. Let all your doubts take wing


Scaphio and Phantis

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life and limb, Should he pooh- pooh This harm - less whim, This harm - less whim, This harm - less whim, This
King de - cide, The Roy - al shoes Then woe
be- tide! Then woe be- tide, Then woe - be - tide, Then
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No. 4. Quaff the nectar


Women
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No. 4a. A King of autocratic power we


King Paramount and Chorus

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King:

1.
Piu lento e pesante

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King of au - to - crat - ic pow - er


pen - dous when we rouse our-selves to

we,
strike,

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A des- pot whose ty - ran- nic


Re-sist-less when our ty- rant

will is
thun-der

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sea,
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A Pre - sence of un - ut - ter - a - ble


And how a con - tra - dic - ted mon - arch

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law,
peals.

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rule is par - a - mount o'er land and
of - ten won- der what ob - struc-tion's

awe!
feels!


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But

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though the awe that
as
it is our

I in - spire Must
Roy- al whim Our

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fire All
trim To

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shri- vel with im - pe- rial


Roy - al sails to
set and

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foes whom it may chance to
suit what - ev - er wind may

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touch, To judge by what I


see and hear, It
does not seem to
in - ter - fere With pop-u-lar en - joy-ment
blow, What buf- fets con - tra - dic- tion deals, And how a thwart - ed mon- arch feels, We prob-ab-ly shall nev- er

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in - ter - fere With


mon- arch feels You'll

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en - joy - ment
nev - er,
nev - er


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much.
know.

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King:

2. Stu-

1.

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glor - ious

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To

Chorus:
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Ire - land.

It is!

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coun - try called Great


Brit - ain
a tempo Andante

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shall hence - forth be

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to - pia

but oth - ers do not

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which some add

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is your wish em - pha - tic

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King:

My sub - jects all,

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Recit. King:

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That being so,

as you in

sist

up - on it,

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ranged that our two young - er

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daugh-ters, Who have been "fin-ished" by an

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La - dy,

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stand

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dai - ly be ex - hib - it - ed in

point,

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grave and good and gra-cious Eng-lish

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Eng-lish La-dy

pub - lic,

That

all may learn

as

what, from the Eng - lish

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looked up - on

mai - den - ly

per - fec - tion!

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(Enter NEKAYA and
Andante

KALYBA.

Come

hith

er

daugh

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Women:

How fair! how


Men:


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How fair! how

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They are twins, about fifteen years old, they are very modest and demure in their appearance,

dress, and manner. They stand with their hands folded and their eyes cast down.)

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mod - est!

how dis - creet!

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mod - est!

How

how dis - creet!

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bash - ful - ly

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de - mure!

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blush,

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No. 4b. Although of native maids the cream


Nekaya and Kalyba
(1) Nekaya and Kalyba:
(2) Nekaya:

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Al - tho' of na - tive
And
as we stand like

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maids the cream, We're


clock- work toys,
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brought up on the
Eng - lish scheme The
lec - tur- er whom pa - pa em - ploys Pro -

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(1) Nekaya:
(2) Kalyba:

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best of all For great and small Who mod- es - ty a - dore.


ceeds to praise Our mod- est ways And guile- less char- ac - ter.

For Eng - lish girls are good as gold, Ex Our well-known blush our down - cast eyes Our


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treme - ly mod-est
fa - mous look of

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(so we're told), De - mure - ly coy Di - vine - ly cold And we are that and more.
mild sur - prise (Which com - pe - ti - tion still de-fies) Our ce - le-brat-ed "Sir!!!"

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Kalyba:
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Then

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please pa - pa who
ar - gues thus "All
all the crowd take down our looks In

girls should mould them - selves on


us Be - cause we are, By
pock - et
mem - o - ran - dum books. To
di - ag- nose Our

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(2) Nekaya:
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fur- longs far, The best of all the bunch"


mod - est pose The Ko - daks do their best:

We
If

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show our-selves to
loud
ev - i - dence you would

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ap - plause From
pos - sess Of

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(2) Kalyba:
Nekaya:
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ten
what

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to four with - out


a pause Which
is maid - en
bash - ful - ness, You

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Both:
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lunch. Oh rest.

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is
an awk - ward
on - ly need
a

- maids of high and

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time be- cause


but - ton press

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cuts in - to our
we do all the

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low de-gree,Whose so-cial code is rath - er free,

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And

Please look at us,

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What good young


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la - dies ought to

be!

(Enter LADY SOPHY -- an English lady of mature years and extreme gravity of
demeanor and dress. She carries a lecturer's wand in her hand. She is led on
by the KING, who expresses great regard and admiration for her.)

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morn - ing we pro - pose to

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course

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court-ship,

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Lady Sophy:

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from the

start

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To the tri - umph - ant

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No. 4c. Bold-fac'd ranger


Lady Sophy and Chorus
(Through the following song, the two Princesses illustrate in gesture the description given by LADY SOPHY.)

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Lady Sophy:

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Allegretto a la valse

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lit
est
set

tle bit
ing a tle - ments,

He's at - trac-tive,
Makes ex - cus - es
Makes re - ci - tals

Each a
In - ter Hints at

Young and
ac - tive
This pro - duc - es
Of his
ti - tles,

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a - fraid is.
gi - ta - tion.
and
so on.

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Meets two
En - ters
Some-thing

stran- ger)
rais - es,
men - tions.

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young la - dies.
well - be - haved
in - to con - ver - sa - tion.
to
de - fin - ite
go on.

(Per-fect
Hat he
Then he

1. Bold-fac'd ran- ger


2. As he
gaz- es,
3. His in - ten - tions

Youth ad - van - ces.


He, with dar - ing,
Smil - ing sweet - ly,

At his
glan - ces,
Un - des - pair - ing,
They, dis - creet - ly,

To their
Gives his
Ask for

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dan - ger they


his rank
card
furth - er ev

a - wak - en.
dis - clos - es.
i - den - ces:

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ve
up
us

ry
their
ual

much
lit
re
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mis - tak - en,


tle
nos - es.
fer - en - ces.

Just
slight - ly
His
ti - tle
ut - tered: "Which

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they speak
to him
ob - serve
this les is
bus' - ness. Each

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to
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show
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he's act tion first


has his

Ve - ry,
Yes,
their
(Don't
for -

ve - ry
lit - tle,
get the

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po - lite - ly,
son
vi - tal
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flut - ter'd

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much
mis - tak - en.
lit - tle
nos - es.
re - fer - en - ces.)

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&

Though
Pray
This

He is
They turn
Gives the

As they tell him


This pro - ceed - ing,
He, de - light- ed,

They re - pel him


Lit - tle heed - ing
Thus in - vit - ed,

Please ob - serve they're sneer - ing


and
of rank
When a
man
When the
of - fer's fair - ly

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j
j
b

j j

b j

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ing vain
is
ly. This
Vir - tue say dis - clos - es, Al - ways cock
your lit af - fec - tion?" He
de - clines
to make

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n
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ing
tle
se -

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&

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(1st verse)

plain-ly:

"Go a - way,

young

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&
(2nd verse)

nos - es.

When at

home,

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lec-tion.

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When
Eng Please

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Do they

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the

his

Try

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ad
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ob

dress'd
girls
serve



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this

in

bit of it

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young bach - e - lor.


of high - est class
they come
a - cross

They

Eng- lish
Shun all
Eng- lish

us for!"

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toss!

Ah!

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la
un
la

take

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look - ing glass.

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a

the

what you

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im - per - ti - nent - ly,


of well - bred
no - tions
this co - gent mor - al

not

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"Go a - way,
Eng- lish girls
When a
doubt


Not

We are

dross?

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e - lor.

class

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quar - rel for

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gent - ly:
mo - tions.
quar - rel.

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let all

(3rd verse)

bach

- dies an - swer
e - re - hears'd
- dies nev - er

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not what
you take
us

We are
Prac - tice
Eng - lish

them
la -

be - fore
dies al -

the
ways

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for!
glass.
toss.

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f1. Eng - lish


J
J

f1. Eng - lish

Women:

&

gent - ly,
no - tions
mor - al

la - dies an - swer
of well - bred
2. Eng - lish
girls
3. We'll ob - serve this co - gent

gent - ly,
no - tions
mor - al

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J
J

"Go a - way, young bach - e - lor,


Eng- lish girls
of high - est class
When a doubt they come a - cross,

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When ad - dress'd im - per - ti Shun all


un - re - hears'd
eEng - lish
la - dies nev - er


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J

J J

When ad - dress'd im - per - ti eShun all


un - re - hears'd
Eng - lish
la - dies nev - er


J J

1. & 2.
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j
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for!"
young bach - e - lor,
We're not what you take us

"Go a - way,
Eng - lish girls
of high - est class
When a
doubt they come a - cross,

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J J
nent-ly:
mo- tions.
quar-rel.

J J

j j

j j n


nent-ly:
mo-tions.
quar-rel.

j j J
J

la - dies an - swer
2. Eng - lish
girls
of well - bred
3. We'll ob - serve this co - gent
Men:

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Prac - tice
Eng - lish

them be - fore the glass.


la - dies al - ways

Jus

..

We're not what you take


for!"
the glass.
be - fore
Prac - tice them
Eng - lish
la - dies al - ways

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.

1. & 2.

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3.

toss.

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toss.
3.
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The lec - ture's end

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'Twill be

re - peat - ed

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In

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in

the

mar - ket-place!

ten min - utes' space

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ed.

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.

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(Exit LADY SOPHY, followed by


NEKAYA and KALYBA.)

Tempo I.

C
f
C
.

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.
.

Bash - ful

girls

will soon

be

plen - ty!

..
.

Bash - ful

girls

will soon

be

plen - ty!

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# #Women:

&

fQuaff the nec - tar


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Men:

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cull

cull

Maid who thus

ros - es

Ought

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at fif - teen pos - es

Ought

be

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di-vine

at

twen - ty!

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(Exeunt all but KING.)

- 45 -

No. 5. First you're born


King, Scaphio, and Phantis
Allegro con brio

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1. First you're
2. You grow
3. Ten years

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"Hal - lo," cries the


Some young la - dy
Fan - cy, then, her

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si - lence
Awk - ward
(for
hail
Whom you
Fai - ry Queen's no

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doz - en stran - gers


a
is to be
tem - per, thins your

a
and I'll be
born
bound you Find
and you dis - cov - er What it
up
lat - er Time pro - gress - es Sours your

.
.

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b j

b

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round you.
lov - er.
tress - es.

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is se - lect-ed
Poor, per - haps, but
chain re - lax- es;
Rates are facts and

which may they be?"


well- con - nect- ed,
so are tax - es.

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ris - es,
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bows po - lite - ly
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just as you did

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you take her and
she takes you!
Time has had his
lit - tle joke!

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If you spin it,
Nev - er cea - ses,
(Wife as dro- ver)

mix- ing some- thing.


all the gra - ces.
on - ly dou - ble.

Ev - 'ry symp- tom


Ri - vals none the
Comes at last the

Gives its quo - tum


Till your in - ning
Ill you've thriv - en

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Ho! ho! ho! ho!


Ho! ho! ho! ho!
Ho! ho! ho! ho!


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mai - den woo, So
fi - nal stroke

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bail You
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way you
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when Three - score and ten

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I'll go
On your
Last - ly,

Time's tee - to - tum,


be - gin - ning
Joke
Dai - ly driv - en

ho! ho! ho!


ho! ho! ho!
ho! ho! ho!

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Time re-leas - es.
Ne'er in clo- ver.

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if
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joke

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in
it!
in - creas - es!
is
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Scaphio, & Phantis


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No. 6. Subjected to your heavenly gaze


King and Lady Sophy

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(Po - e - tic - al phrase),

Sub - ject - ed to your heav'n - ly gaze

Andante allegretto

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ev - er

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af - flict - ed!

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hea - ven - ly gaze".

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treat

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my Maj-es - ty

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great

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sort

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way.

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have

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De - cid - ed - ly not.

Or

crush

him flat.

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Lady Sophy:

roy - al Rex, My

blame - less sex

Ab - hors

such con - duct

sha

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You

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can - not do that.
O roy - al Rex, Her blame - less sex Ab - hors
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dim. poco rit.

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in

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Re - spect - a - ble Eng - lish

gain

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- 54 -

No. 7. Oh maiden rich in Girton lore


Zara, Fitzbattleaxe, Troopers and Chorus
March. Enter all the Court, heralding the arrival of the PRINCESS ZARA, who enters, escorted by
Troopers, all in the full uniform of the First Life Guards.

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Allegro con brio

CAPTAIN FITZBATTLEAXE

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Un poco piu lento


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Five years

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I'm

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hel-met hot And a tun-ic tight, And our great big boots, We de-fied thestorm:For we're not re-cruits,And his u-ni-form A


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flown since

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we are her es-cort: First Life Guards!


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of

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we are the es-cort: First Life Guards!

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tem - pest rose, And the ship went so

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First LifeGuards,

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Chorus:

Knights - bridge

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the First Life Guards!


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you leave

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gra

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as the es-cort: First LifeGuards!


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Tan-tan - ta - ra - ra - ra - ra-ra-ra!

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And

Chorus:


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trump call and


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First

First

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Oh! the hours

Life Guards!
First
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they're all trump cards.

and they're all trump cards.

Zara:
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Troopers:

That's

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Trum-pet call of Prin-cess Za-ra!

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the

the

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No. 8. Ah! gallant soldier, brave and true


Zara, Fitzbattleaxe, Troopers and Chorus

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tour - ney,

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charge of Youth

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plea - sure mere - ly

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? #### c

Allegro moderato

####

Zara:

J
J
Reg - i - men

tal


# n n

- 65 -

####

####
&

Du - ty!

Women:

fj

j j j j j j
j j

Tan - tan - ta - ra - ra - ra - ra - ra - ra!

? # # # # J J
f
Men:


J J J J

Tan- tan - ta - ra - ra - ra - ra!

&

####

####

j
j

f
j
J

? ####

The

Fitzbattleaxe:

And

? ####
####
&
? ####

And


J J J

That's trump call

&

? ####


J J J

J J J


J J J J J J

we

are the es - cort: First Life Guards!

we

are the es - cort: First Life Guards!


J J J J J J

and we're all trump cards.



J J J J J J J

and we're all trump cards.


J J J

That's trump call

####

Troopers:

.
.
J

Trum - pet call of Prin - cess Za - ra!


J
J

j
j

- 66 -

# # # # Zara:
128 j j
&

J j
J
J

Oh! the hours

are gold, And the joys

# # # # Fitzbattleaxe:
128 j j
V

? ####

First

are gold, And the joys


J J

Life Guards,

# # # #Nek. & Kal.


j
j with soprano
&


They're

&

her

? ####

They're

####

? # # # # J

First

#### j
&

Life

Guards,

They're

? # # # #
J

es

cort

will seem but


J J

the First

brief

es

cort

es

cort

? ####

&

brief

Guards,

her

Life

# # # #

They're

J j
J
J

are the es

we

will seem but

her

And

the First

J j
J
J


J J J

cort

the First

Guards!

Life

Guards!

be - lov'd

Prin -

the

the

First

Life

First

Life

Guards!

First

Life

Guards!

Prin -

Guards!

our

hap

pi - ness!

J
J J J
J

First,

j
j

the

cort:

be - lov'd

J
J J J
J

day - dream

be - hold My

day - dream In

Life


J
J

eyes


J J

es

the years

un - told, when my

the years

Life Guards!

# ## j j
V # J
cess; And

be - hold Your

J J J J J J J J

j j

#### j j
J
&
cess; And

the First

her

? ####

un - told, when your eyes

J j
J
J

Oh! the hours

Troopers:

J J J J J J J J

In

our

the

hap

First

J
Life

pi - ness!

Guards!

First,

the

First

Life

Guards!

First,

the

First

Life



J J J
Tan-tan
j j- taj

J
ra
j

Tan-tan - ta



J J

ra

Guards!

Tan-tan - ta

ra

- 67 -

j j
j j
j j
# #
j j
j
j
j
& # # n J n J J J
And the years

####

will seem But

And the years

will seem But

ra!

####
&

ra!

? ####

ra!

# # # # n
&

? ####

&

.
ness,

####

.
ness,

? #### .
&

####

brief

day - dream In

the

joy

ex - treme Of

our

hap

pi -

j j j n J j j j n J j j j J j j J

#
? ## #

####

Tan-tan - ta



J J

ra

ra!

Tan-tan - ta

ra

ra!

c .
J

In

of

j
.
In

thejoy

ra!

..

our

hap

our

hap

.
J J

j
..

ra!

..
J

Tan - ta

..

ra!

.
? #### .

Tan - ta

ra

ra!

Tan - ta

ra

...
# # # #

&
J
? # # # # ..

..
..
.
.
.

J
ra
j

joy

ex - treme Of

ra!

pi


J J
-

the


J J

J c .
of

day - dream In



J J J
Tan-tan
j j- taj

j
.
thejoy

brief

J
j

pi

ness!

j First

J
ra!
.. The First

J
J
J
j
..

ra!

The

..
.

The

.
.

hap

pi -



J J J
Tan-tan
j j- taj

Tan-tan - ta



J J

ra

Tan-tan - ta

ra

J
ra
j


J J

ness!

J
-

our

J
j

Life

Guards,

Life

Guards,

J
Life

First

the First

Life

Guards,

the First

Life

Guards,


J J


J J

the First


Guards,

J
Life

the

the

the

Guards,

- 68 -

.
? ####

.
J J J J J J J J
First, the First, the First, the First Life Guards!
#### .
J J J J .
&
J
J
J
J

First, the First, the First, the First Life Guards!

? # # # # ..
J J J J J J J J
First, the First, the First, the First Life Guards!

#
# # #
J
&

? ####

(Exeunt KING and ZARA in one direction, Lifeguardsmen and crowd in opposite direction.

j j

#
# # #
&

J J

#
? ## #

j j


J J



JJJ

j
J

Enter, at back, SCAPHIO and PHANTIS, who watch ZARA as she goes off.)

# # # #
JJJ
&
J J

? #### n

J
J

J J

J
J

#


J J
J


JJ
3

- 71 -

No. 9. It's understood, I think, all round


Zara, Fitzbattleaxe, Scaphio, and Phantis

V 24

& 24

f
?2
4

J J J
J

.
J

j j
J

J J J
J

It's

un - der - stood, I

think,

all round That,

by the Eng-lish

Fitzbattleaxe:

Allegro moderato

j j
J J

. j j

V J J J . J J J
cus - tom bound, I

&

safe and sound In

trust for

.
V J J J J
tes - ti-fy By

&

hold the la - dy

. # J # J # J J J
J J

j
# j j J . j
J
J
J
sword or pis - tol

bye and bye, Which

ei - ther

ri - val,

J # J J J

Un - til you clear - ly

#
b

j j
j j j rall.j j U a tempo
j
J . J . J j
gen- tle - man pre - fers to die, And

b
#

rall.
n

U
j

U
J

which pre - fers sur -

a tempo

- 72 -

&

Zara:

J J J
J

We

stand, I think, on

V
V

saf - ish ground; Our

j J . J J J
J J J

V J J
vi-val.

. j j J . j j
J J J J J
J J J J J J

We

stand, I think, on

j j j
J

saf - ish ground; Our

sen - ses weak it

will as - tound If

j J . J J J
J J J

sen - ses weak it

will as - tound If

. J j j J
J J J J
It's
clear -ly un - der - stood all round, That, by your Eng-lish
Phantis:

j j j j j j . j j j j j j j


Scaphio:

It's

clear -ly un - der - stood all round, That,

by your Eng-lish

ei - ther gen- tle -


J J J J
ei - ther gen- tle -

. J J j j
J J J J
cus - tom bound, He holds the la - dy
j j j j
. j j j j
cus - tom bound, He

holds the la - dy

& j

? j

j j
&
J J

#
. # J # J J J J J # J J J
J J
man is found Pre - pared to meet his
ri - val. Their ma - chi - na-tions
j j j . j j j j j #
J J J J J
V J J

.
.
J J J J

we de- fy; We

.
J J J J
man is found Pre - pared to meet his
ri - val. Their ma - chi - na-tions we de- fy; We
j j j j j j j j j j j b j j j j
V # . J J J J .

.
j j
#

.
j j

won't be part -ed,


J J J J

won't be part -ed,


J J J J

safe and sound In

trust for

ei - ther

ri - val,

Un - til

we clear - ly

tes - ti - fy By

sword or pis - tol,

safe and sound In

trust for

ei - ther

ri - val,

Un - til

we clear - ly

tes - ti - fy By

sword or pis - tol,

#
. .
b
. b
.

j j j j j j j j j j j j
V j j j j j j j j j j j . #
.
&
.
?
.

#
. .

. .


. .
#
. # .

- 73 -

j j

& J J

you and I.

Of

blood-shed each is

.
V J J J J
you and I.

U a tempo
j j j j rall.
j
j j j j . j
j


J .
J J
ra - ther shy They both pre - fer sur - vi - val!
a tempo
rall.

. .
J J J J J J

U
J J J J

b
J J J J

Of

blood-shed each is

ra - ther shy They

U a tempo
. j

V J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J
bye and bye, Which gen - tle - man pre - fers to die, And which pre-fers sur
U a tempo j j
j j j j j j j j rall.
j
j
V . # n j j j . j .
&
.
?


. .

gen - tle - man pre - fers to die, And

b
.
#
# .

. .


. .
. rall.
n
. n . .

he should live, To

& b

? b

you, with-out re - serve, I give Her

(aside to FITZ. )
j j j j j
J

J
vi - val.

If

jB

. .

j
. .

.
j

j
j
j J n j . j j j # j j
J
J

heart so young and

sen - si - tive, And

all her pre - di -

j j
j j
j j j j
j
V j J j b j . j j j b j . j j
&

j j

Phantis:

lec- tions.

- I should die and

which pre-fers sur - vi - val.

Uj
j

.
Uj a tempo j

.

j j j j j j j j
j
V b . J
J b . J

both pre - fer sur - vi - val!

rall.

bye and bye, Which

If

he should live and

should die, I

see no kind of

rea - son why You

j j j j
b
should not, if you

- 74 -

&

Zara:

As

both

will

live,

and

As

both

will

live,

and

Fitzbattleaxe:

j j j j j j j j j j

J
V
If I should die and you should live, To this young
j j j j j j j
j j j j j . j j . j j j


V b #

wish it, try To

&

?
b

nei

her young af - fec - tions.

j
# j

#
j

j

j
J
-

.
V J
nei

gain

.
& J

ther die,

j
J
-

ther die,

j j j j j
j j

V J

cer
I give Her heart so soft and
j j j j j j
j

V J

this young of - fi - cer

&

.
?
.

Scaphio:

give Her

If

.
J

see

no

kind

of

rea

.
J

see

no

kind

of

rea

j j j j j j j
J
sen - si - tive, And all her pre - di j j j j j j j
J

of - fi -

j
J

I should die and you should live, To

heart so soft and sen - si - tive, And

j j

j
J

son why

You

j
J

son why

j
j j j
j j

lec - tions.
If you should live and
j j j j
j
j

all

her pre - di - lec - tions.

If

- 75 -

& J
should

V J
should

not,

if

you

wish

not,

if

wish

&
.
?
.

b .

j
& J J


J J
fec-tions.
As
both of
j J J

V J J

fec-tions.
As
both of
j j j

V j j

fec-tions.
If
I should
j j j

V j j
If I should
fec-tions.

j
J

&
.
? j
.
D

#
.

af -

To

gain

it,

try

To

rea - son why He


J J J J

us

are

pos - i - tive That


J J J J

j j j j j j

j j j j j j

die

and

you should live,

To

die

and

you should live,

To

j j j j j j j j

choos- es, try To win her young af -

j j j j j j j j

should not try To win her young af -

.
j
.

pos - i - tive That

your young

try

J
are

gain

it,

b .

.
J

j
J .

af -

.
J

J
us

my young

see no kind of

j j j j j j j j j j j j
V J J J J b
I should die, I see no kind of rea - son why He should not, if he
j j j j
V J J J J J J J J J J J J
you should live and I should die, I

j j
.

.
j
.


J J J J J J J J
both

of

them

in - tend

to

live, There's


J J J J J J J J
both

of


J J
this young
j j

them

J
of j

in - tend

J
fi j

J
cer
j

this young of - fi - cer

n .

.
J


J
.

to

live, There's

J
I
j

J
give
j

J
Her
j

give

Her

- 76 -

& J J

noth-ing

V J J

J
in


J J
the case

J J

J J
J J J J J


J J J
to give us


J J J

noth-ing in the case to give us

j j j j j j j j
V
heart so soft and sen - si - tive, And

j j j j j j j j
V

cause for grave re - flec-tions.

&

.
? J

no kind of

all

n .

.
J

rea - son why You

V J J J J J J J
see no kind of rea - son why
j j j
V b J J J J

J
I
j

her pre - di - lec - tions.


J
.

should not,

if

should not,

if

should not,

if

see

no kind of

rea - son why He

should not,

if

&
j
?
.

j
b
.

cresc.

you wish

it,

if

you

wish

it,

if


J J J J J J J J

rea - son why He

you should live and



J J J # J J J J J

no kind of

j j j j
V j j j j

If



J J J # J J J J J

see

j
b
.

both will live and nei - ther die, I


cresc.

J J J J
J J J J
cause for grave re - flec-tions.
As
both will live and nei - ther die, I
j j j j
cresc.

J J J J J J J J J J J
all her pre - di - lec - tions.
If
you should live and I should die, I
cresc.
j j j j j j j j j j j j j j
j

& J J J J J J J J
see

As


J J J J J J J

heart so soft and sen - si - tive, And

J J J J
J J J J

cresc.

j j j
#

j
#
# .

I should die, I


.
J J J
ftry
wish it,

.
J J J
ftry
wish it,

J
To

J
To


.
J J f J J
he choos - es, if
he
choos - es,
try
To
j j j j j
j j j j
#
.
f
he choos - es, if
he
choos - es,
try
To
j


.
f
j

.
#

- 77 -

&


gain

. j J
J
3

my young af - fec

tions!

. .
J J J J

gain

your young af - fec

tions!

. .
J J J J
her young af - fec
j j j . j
.

tions!

her young af - fec

V
gain

V
gain

&

bbb c

bbb c

bbb c

SCAPHIO

and PHANTIS together.)

.
J
f


.

tions!

(Exeunt

bbb c

.
.
bbb c

b c

bb

No. 10. Oh admirable art!


Zara and Capt. Fitzbattleaxe

b c
b
& b

Zara:

Oh

b
Vb b c
Vivace

b
&bb c

f #
? bb c n
b

.
...

Fitzbattleaxe:

Oh

J
p

J J . . . .
.
.
.
3

- 78 -

b j . j j j .
b
& b

j j j j j

J J

ad - mir-a - ble art!

Oh

neat - ly planned in - ten - tion! Oh

b . .
V b b J J J J

J
J

ad - mir-a - ble art!

Oh

b
&bb

j
J J J

neat - ly planned in - ten - tion! Oh

j j
j j J

J
hap - py

j
J J J

hap - py

J
J

in - ter - ven - tion! Oh

? b
b b . . . .
.
.
.
.

. . . . . . . .

b b n j
b
&

J J J

n j
J J J

well-con-struct - ed plot!

b
V b b J J J J
well-con-struct - ed plot!

Oh

Oh

well-con-struct - ed plot!

When


J J J J

well-con-struct - ed plot!

When

. . . . .

j . j j j .

sag - es try to part

Two

. .
J J J J

sag - es try to part

Two

b
& b b


? bb
b # . . . . . . . . . . n . .
.
.
.
.
.
.

b b j j j j

b
&
J J
lov - ing hearts in

fu

j
b
V b b J J J
lov - ing hearts in

b
&bb

in - ter - ven - tion! Oh

fu

sion,Their

J
J
-

sion,Their

j
j j j J


. . . . . .

. b n
J J J J J J J J

wis-dom's a

de - lu

sion, And

learn - ingservesthem not, Andlearn-ing

wis-dom's a

de - lu

sion, And

learn - ingservesthem not, Andlearn-ing

j
J J J

J b J . J J j J n J J
J

. . .

.
.
? bb
.

b . . . . . . . .
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

b
&bb

serves

them

bb

V b

serves

&

bbb

them

F
J

not!

Un - til

b
& b b n

? b
bb

mar

&

bbb

? b
bb

J
-

j
J n

b
&bb

? bb
b

n .

Is

in - tent,

These

their

Then

take

it

that

j
n

#
j


J J

what

would you

do?

b
n

What would I

do?

# n

j j
J
J
On that hy -

j
n

J
J

two

Zara: (aside)

&

You're hence-forth, as it were, En-gag'd to

re - pre - sent the

twain

# n
. .


J
n
.
j

j
J J J n J J J

J J J J J J J

That, noth-ing loth,

j
# j n

n

. .

sag - es

j
j n

j
J n

n n


J J
J

j

j

po - the - sis,

quite plain

Now please in - fer

ry both.

b b j j
b
V

j # j

F
#

. . .

j

n

b
V b b .

b n j
b
V b
J
J
re - pre-sent.

not!

j
j

? b
bb

- 79 -

j
b
n
j

J
J

What would I

n
#
rall.

34

34

34

- 80 Andantino espressivo

(to

b
& b b 34

j j
j .

FITZ. )

do?

In such a

b
& b b 34

a tempo
p dolce
? b b 3 J
b 4
&

j J
J

Up - on your

breast,

My blush-ing

j j b n j b j

. J J J J

bbb

rest.

&

case,

j j
j

bbb

Then per - haps I might de-mure - ly

? b
bb

n .
n .

j
b Fitz:
b
JVJ J .
& b
way!"

Our mor- tal

bb
j
b
&


? b
b b j

race

Is nev - er

j
b
V b b b J J n J J b J
pet - ty blight as - serts its

b
& b b .
.
? bb n .
b n .

j .

J J

sway.

blest.

j J J J
J
"I find this breast-plate

j
n

.
.

say,


j
.

b n

j

J


J

j J
J

There's no such


j
.

b n

As per- fect

j J J J
J
Some crum - pled rose - leaf

j
j

J
j

face

I think I'd

U
J J J J J J
bright Is sore-ly in the
Uj

n b
j
u

. J
J J
case

j j
. J

rest;

Some

U
J J J J J J
light Is al-ways in the
Uj

n b
j
u

- 81 -

bb

& b

j j
j .

Zara:

In such a

b
Vb b
way!

case,

j j
j
Up - on your

j J
J

j
j
J

breast,

My blush-ing

face

I think I'd

j b J J .
J
Our
mor- tal race
Is
.

D
b
& b b j

? b b j
b

.
J n J
nev - er blest.

U

rest On your breast, On your breast
In
per - fect
U
. #
j

b

V b b J J J . n
j
b j
& b b . n

rest

Per - fect

b b j
b
J
&

? b b J
b J

j
. # j

rest,

Per - fect

rest,

As

J
There's

per - fect

J J J
J J J
no such case as per - fect

.

rest!

..
.
..
..
..
..

rest!

U .
..
U
.
.

(Exit FITZBATTLEAXE.)

- 83 -

No. 12. Although your Royal summons to appear


Finale, Act I
(Enter everyone except the Flowers of Progress.)

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more.

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hearts

of oak, Yet

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thanks to coal

and

thanks to coke, We

j
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n

j j

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low'r your yards.

we're no long - er


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we can stoke, And


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b
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bb
j
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b

j
j

j j

If

b
b

j
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j

and

calls).

Un - bend your sails

step your masts, you'll nev - er want 'em

and

will when the oc - ca - sion

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j

J
J
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we can steer

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you'd

bb j
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J J J j j
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ne- ver run a ship a -

n
j

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bb
b
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shore!
Women:

What,

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b

What,


b b b j j
b
&
n

&


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ev - er

run

ship

ev - er

run

ship

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b

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b b J J J J

bbbb

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nev- er?

n
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shore!

Then

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nev-er?

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Un poco piu vivo


n nU
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bb

a - shore.

J J

three cheers more,

b
& b b b

Hard - ly

give three cheers and

ship

Then



J
f

j j

three cheers more,

nev - er runs his

cheers and

who

tar

ev-er!

nev-er?

j n
n nU
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shore! Then give three
n nU
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j j
J
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ship a - shore.
Then

J J J J

(well), Hard - ly

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who nev - er runs his


J J J J J

b
& b bb
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tar

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nev-er!

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nev- er?

Men:

b
& b bb

- 101 -


J


J J
For the

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For the

U .
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For.
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For
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give three cheers and

three cheers more,

give three cheers and

three cheers more,

J
he

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he

- 102 -

b b b j
b
&
J J J J J
nev - er runs his ship a
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b b J J J J J J

All
J

hail,

all

hail,

ye

shore!

hail,

nev - er runs his ship a - shore!

b b
b

& b

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b

bb
b
& b

types

of

Eng - land's

types

of

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b
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band!

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b
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We

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power

ye
all hail,


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Ye

power

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en

light - en'd

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heav'n

en

light - en'd

bless

the

day

and

bless

the

hour

that

b n

bbb
b
&
band!

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b

We

bless

the

day

and

bless

the

hour

that

- 103 -

b
& b b b
brought

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brought

b
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you

to

our

you

to

our

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land.

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b
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b 6
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Allegretto non troppo

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p
j
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from

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from

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a might - y

a might - y

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from

Fitzbattleaxe:

Ye wan - d'rers
Lady Sophy:

Ye wan - d'rers

n J

King:

Zara:

land.

b
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n

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b 6
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from

a might - y

State,

j
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n
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- 104 -

b
b
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j n j J J J J J

State,

Oh, teach us

b
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State,

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b
b

n
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Oh, teach

us

how

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to

word

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light - est word will

car - ry weight

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light - est word will

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to

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how

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b
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light - est word will

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this

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na - tives of

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the

- 105 -

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(Who are

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Oh, teach

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&
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how

to

to

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to

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weight,

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how

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n
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j J J J # J

Fitzbattleaxe:

In-crease your ar - my!


nn c b b b

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f
#
j j
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b # n j
nn


Allegro moderato

j j j j


V
Dramaleigh:

Pur - i - fy

your Court!

Get up

your steam

Capt. Corcoran:

and


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cut your can - vas short!

Barre:

To

&

J
Blushington: j j j
j j
j

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speak on both sides teach your slug-gish brains!


Wid - en your thor-ough-fares, and
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&



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Goldbury:

V
flush

your drains!

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to - pia's much too big for

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p
f
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one small head

www
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I'll

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float it as a Com - pa - ny

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>

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.
King:
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Lim - i - ted!

ww
& ww
p
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# j j j
J JJ J J
#

Com-pa- ny Lim - i - ted?

What may that

be?

The

term, I ra-ther think, is new to

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Sca., Phan., & Tarara: (aside)

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me.
Women:

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b
3

What does he mean?

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b

&
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JJ J
J b
3

A Com-pa - ny

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Men:

j
j

& # # b b
b
? j b
# b J

What may that

What does he mean?

be?

b
b b
J J J J J b J

Lim - i - ted?

be?

A Com-pa - ny

Lim - i - ted?

j j j j

What may that

j
j
b

b
b
b
j
b bb
b
J
3

j j

b
b staccato
j j
b

V b j j b j b j b j b j j j j j j j j b j b j b j b j
b
b
3

Give us

& b
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b

a kind of clue!

What does he mean?

j
b
j
b b b b b
b b b b
b
b b b b

What does he mean?

j
j

What is

b
b
b

he going to do?

b b b b j
b b b b j
b b b b

(No. 12c.)

Molto vivace
b
b
6

&bb 8

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b b 8 .
.

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b

bb
& b b .. j j


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b

.
.

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b
bb
&bb

start off with a


sha - dy, but it's
in
this

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n n

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b

- 109 -


j
J J J

p
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J
J

Goldbury:

J
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1. Some sev - en men form an


As- so - ci 2. They then pro-ceed to trade with all who'll
3. If you come to grief, and cred - it - ors are

j
j

j j


.

a - tion,
trust
'em,
crav - ing

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b

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b
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.

(If
Quite
(For

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j j


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j j

j
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pos - si - ble, all


Peers and Bar - o - nets).
ir - re - spec- tive
of their cap - i - tal.
no - thing that is planned by mor - tal head

j . j .
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n n

pub - lic de - cla - ra - tion


sanc - ti - fied by cus - tom);
Vale
of
Sor - row

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J
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To
what ex - tent they mean to pay their
Bank,
Rail-way, Loan, or
Pan - a- ma Cansav - ing that one's Li - a - bil - i - ty is Lim - i -

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n

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j
j
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b
debts.
al.
ted),

That's
You
Do

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& b b j

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b
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b

called
can't
you

their
em
sup

Cap - i - tal: if they


bark on trad - ing too
pose that sig - ni - fies

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n

j j j

.
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.

quote it at
im a sum
fair, and based on com - mon
but
a mon - e - ta - ry

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? b b b j j j j

b

. n . b . b
? bb b
J
b
va
ry from eigh - teen
pen - dous And if
you
ti - tion, And start
an

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b

b
& b bb

mense.
sense.
dunce.

n . b .
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The good sense of do - ing so


For you
on - ly stand to win,
In your own ca - pac - i - ty,

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b

The
If
You

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j

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j j

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are
tre
per

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mil - lion down to eigh - teen


fail, pop goes your eigh - teen
oth - er Com - pa - ny
at

n .. b .


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b
low;
spin!
be

. n .
J
J

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wa - ry They will
not
men - dous It's strict - ly
di - tion? If
so, you're

j j j j

j j j j

n n

J
J
J J
fig - ure's im - ma - te - rial, It may
you suc-ceed, your pro fits are stumere - ly file a
Wind-ing-Up Pe -

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n n ..


J
J

pence.
I should put it ra - ther
pence. Make the
mon - ey - spin - ner
once! Though a Roths-child you may

U
j

..
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U

J .

J J

J .
J

Will be
ev - i - dent at
once to a - ny debt - or.
And you'll nev - er with dis - hon - es- ty be twit - ted.
As a
Com - pa - ny you've come to ut - ter sor - row.

j j


j j

- 111 -

? b b b J J J
b
When it's
For
But the

bb j
& b b b

? b b b j
b

? b b b J J
b
bb
b
& b

U .
n
J
J
J

left to you to
say What a - mount you mean to
no - bo - dy can know, To a
mil - li - on or
Li - qui- da - tors say, "Nev - er mind you need - n't

.
.
.

put it at the
bet
cap - i - tal's com - mit
Com - pa - ny to - mor

..
.

ter.
ted!
row!

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j
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b

j

j

...
.
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Why, the low - er you can


To
what ex-tent your
So you start an- oth - er

j

j

j

j

Women:

j
j j . n
J
J
J
1. When it's
2. For
3. But the

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b

j
n
n

pay,
so,
pay,"

left to you to
no - bo - dy can
Li- qui - da- tors

Men:

J J

1. When it's
2. For
3. But the

left to you to
no - bo - dy can
Li- qui - da- tors

b
j .
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J J

say What a - mount you mean to


know To a
mil - li - on or
say, "Nev- er mind you need - n't

. n
J
J
J
say What a - mount you mean to
know To a
mil - li - on or
say, "Nev- er mind you need - n't

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. n
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...
n

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- 112 -

U . last verse
j j .
b
j
b
j
j
b
& b . n .
pay, Why, the
so, To
pay," So you

low - er you can


what ex - tent your
start an - oth - er

nU . last verse

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b b .
J
J
J
pay, Why, the
so, To
pay," So you

U . last verse
b b . n ...
b
& b
U . .

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b
b
& b bb
? bb b
b

low - er you can


what ex - tent your
start an - oth - er


J
j

J J
J J
J
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put it at, the


bet
cap - i - tal's com - mit
Com- pa - ny to - mor



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.

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-

.
.

put it at, the


bet
cap - i - tal's com - mit
Com- pa - ny to - mor

1. and 2.

ter.
ted!
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row!

.
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-

...

.
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ter.
ted!
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row!

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1. and 2.

.
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c
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recit King:
moderato
j j j j
j j atempo
b
b

j
c
b

J
J J J J
V b

But if it's good e-nough for vir-tuous
F Well, at first sight it strikes us as dis-hon-est.

W
b

b
& b b c

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b
b

b ww
w
p
w

b
b

- 113 -

bbb
b
V
b
& b bb
? bb
bb
V

bbbb

bb
b
& b

Tarara:
j j j j j . j j j j j j
j j j


J J

Sca., Phan., &

Eng-land,

The

first com-mer-cial coun-try in the

j j j


care.

Please re- col-lect,

j j
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j
j
.
.

j
j
b
V b b b n j
Bri - tain

Up-on this

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that

.
ex

n ww

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j j
&
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act

.
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ly,

You'd best take

. .
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. .
.

(not heeding them)


j
j
j j j j j j j
j j
j
.
we
have not been con - sult - ed!
And do I un-der-stand you that Great
j
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j j j

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j
j j n j

. . n . . .
.
. . .
Goldbury:

J
n j ? J n n n 68
J
n
J J JJ J

Joint-Stock prin-ci - ple is

# .
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us.
a tempo

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p

. . . .

King:

Recit.

(aside to KING )

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bb
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b
& b bb

world, It's good e - nough for

gov - erned?

but

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we're

j
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have - n't come

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n n n n 68

pj
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Vivace

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J
J
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tend - ing rap - id - ly

in that

di - rec

to

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tion. The

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j
j
j
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King:

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ear-lier than you think! He'll go up to Pos- ter - i - ty if
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Tarara: (explaining)
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up with dy-na- mite! He'll go

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Tarara:

Up,

up,

up,

right!

Up,

up,

up,

up,

of course

he

Zara:

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will, you're right, you're


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to Pos - ter - i - ty much ear - lier than they

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love

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he'll go

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Nekaya & Kalyba:

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Who

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has the te - mer - i - ty our

ver - i - ty with

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&

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&

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ear-lier than theythink, Much

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&
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who

&

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pink!

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pink!
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Let's

think!

the

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(Zara, Nek. & Kal. with Sopranos)

seal this mer - can - tile


pact, The step
we
ne'er shall
(Fitz. with Tenors) (Sca., Phan., & Tarara with Baritones)


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seal

this

mer - can - tile

pact, The step

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lack'd, The state - ment's

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ven - tion

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hail,

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Act of Par - lia - ment

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Fact! All hail,

In -

Six - ty

In -

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rue.

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hail,

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true.

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Six - ty

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Act


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End of Act I

ACT II
SCENE -- Throne

Room in the Palace. Night.

FITZBATTLEAXE

- 125 -

discovered singing to ZARA.

No. 13. Recit: Oh, Zara, my beloved one


Song: A tenor all singers above
Captain Fitzbattleaxe
Allegretto a la serenata

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pent not, mock-ing maid,

thy

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girl - hood's choice. The fer-vor of my love

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my voice!

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ten - or, all sing- ers a - bove,


sing, if my fer - vor were mock,

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af - fects

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It's eas - y e - nough if you're

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ques-tion),
act - ing.

Should keep him-self qui - et, At - tend to his di - et, And care-ful- ly nurse his di - ges-tion.
But when one's e - mo-tion is born of de- vo- tion, You must-n't be ov - er- ex - act- ing.

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ven - ture a shake in

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sing- ing.
vi - bra - to.

You
When

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can't do chro- mat- ics With prop - er em-phat- ics When an- guish your bos - om is wring-ing!
fer- vor's ex - pect- ed Keep cool and col- lect- ed Or nev - er at - tempt a - gi - ta - to.

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plen - ty,
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course, when his tongue is of

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leath - er,

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flat- ter- ing bos - om the slave of mis- trust is, A


sen - si - tive pal - ate as dry as a crust is, A

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ten - or can't do him-self jus- tice.


ten - or can't do him-self jus- tice.

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to - geth - er,


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(spoken)

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And his

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You see, I can't do my-self jus-tice!

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No. 14. Words of love too loudly spoken


Zara and Captain Fitzbattleaxe

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Zara:
Fitz.:

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Andante espressivo

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love too loud - ly


conqu' - ror, flush'd with

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spo - ken
glo - ry,

Ring their own un - time - ly


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noi - sy
cla - rions

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Words
Let

of
the

knell;
bray;

vows are rude - ly bro-ken, Soft the song of Phil - o - mel.


tell their art - less sto - ry In a whis- per'd vi - re - lay.

1.
2.

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Whis - per sweet


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whose vows
al -

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slow - ly,
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notes of
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hour and day by


day;
list - 'ning e - choes ring;

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lov - er's
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low,
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and low, sweet


and low, sweet

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and low, Sweet and


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sweet and
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all en - dur - ing, Are the

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Zara:

Sweet and
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Sweet and low as


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cents ho - ly Are the notes of lov - er's lay, Are the notes of lov - er's lay!
en - dur-ing, Are the songs that lov - ers sing, Are the songs that lov - ers
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cents ho - ly Are the notes of lov - er's lay, Are the notes of lov - er's lay!
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Exit Zara.

sing!

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- 132 -

No. 15. Society has quite forsaken


all her wicked courses
King Paramount with Six Flowers of Progress

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peer - ess at our
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Draw - ing Room be - fore the Pre - sence


na - tive stage has purg'd be - yond a
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pass - es
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Each sha - dy dame, what - ev - er be her


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Lord Fil - des and Vis - count Mil - lais (when they

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Mr. Blush. & Lord Dram.:

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real-ly is sur-pris-ing What a

thor-ough An-gli-ciz-ing We have brought a - bout, U - to - pia's quite an -

It

real-ly is sur-pris-ing What a

thor-ough An-gli-ciz-ing We have brought a - bout, U - to - pia's quite an -

It

real-ly is sur-pris-ing What a

thor-ough An-gli-ciz-ing We have brought a - bout, U - to - pia's quite an -

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Flowers of Progress with King:

real-ly is sur-pris-ing What a

thor-ough An-gli-ciz-ing We have un-der-gone, U - to-pia's quite an

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Eng-land with im-prove-ments,Which we du-ti-ful-ly of-fer to our moth-er-land!

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No. 16. Entrance of Court


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No. 17. Drawing room music


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No. 18. Recit:This ceremonial our wish displays


Song: Eagle high
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then will crown the day,

Crown the

day.

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then will crown the day,

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then will crown the day,

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the

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day,

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crown the

day.

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crown the

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crown the

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crown the

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crown the

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day,

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j
.

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crown the

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then will crown the

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then will crown the

day,

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day,

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.

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crown the

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crown the

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then will crown the

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day! Glo - ry,
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day! Glo - ry,
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day.

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- 152 -

No. 19. With fury deep we burn


Scaphio and Phantis (with King)
Enter SCAPHIO and PHANTIS, now dressed as judges in red and ermine robes and undress wigs. They come down stage
melodramatically -- working together.

.
6 .
&b 8
f
? 6 .
b 8

Allegro agitato

.
.

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j
j
j
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J J J J

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Sca.: B

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With fu - ry deep

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j j j j j j

Phan.:

we burn! We do!

We fume with smo - ther'd rage! We do! These

..

j j Phan.:
j jSca.:
j

Sca.:

b # b # b
..

# b

..

..

j j
j
j j
j J

j
j

Eng - lish-men who rule su-preme Their un - der-tak - ing they re-deem By sti - fling ev - 'ry harm - less scheme In

& b # # # # # # # n n b # n b
?b

..

..

..

..

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.

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Vb

Sca.:
Phan.:
j
j j j j j

which we both

en - gage. They do!

j
j
j .

Sca.: Phan.:
j j j j j j

Phan.:

In which we both

en - gage.

We

think it is

&b

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.

our turn. We do!

We

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j
j
j
j j Sca.:
j j Phan.:
j
j

j
j


j

j
b

think our turn has come. We do! These Eng - lish-men they must pre-pare To seek at once their na - tive air. The

& b # b # b # # # # # #
?b

Vb
King,

..

..

.
j

..

.
j

..

Sca.:
Phan.:
j j j j j
j

as here - to - fore we swear, Shall be be-neath our thumb! He shall! Shall be

..

..

j j j j Both:
j
Sca.:

be-neath our thumb! He shall! For

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this must-n't be,

and this won't do.

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j

If

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you'll

back me,

j
J
then I'll

back you;

j

No, this

j
j

won't do,

no,


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cresc.

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j j j
j j j j
j
Vb

&b

King:
j
j
J . J
f
this must-n't be, No, this must-n't be, and this won't do. No, this won't do!


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#

(Enter the KING.)

- 155 -

No. 20. If you think that when banded in unity


King, Scaphio, and Phantis

b
V b 68

j j j j j j j j j j j j j

Scaphio:

If you think that when band - ed

b
& b 68

p
fj
j
j
j
? b 6
b 8

Allegro moderato

in

u - ni - ty,

We may

j
j
j
j

j j j j j j
b j j j Phantis:
j
j
b
V


J JJ J J J JJJ J J J JJ
J JJ
b

both be de-fied with im - pu-ni-ty,

You are sad-ly mis-led of a

ver - i-ty!

If you val-ue re - pose and tran-

j
j
j
j
j
j
j
j
? b j

&b

b j j j j j j j j j j j j j j
b
V J JJ J J J J JJ J J
quil - i - ty, You'll re - vert to a state of do - cil - i- ty,
Or pre - pare to re - gret your tem - er - i - ty!
j
b
j


& b #
#

f
j
j
j
j
j
j
? b b j j j

U King: E j j j j j j j
b
j
V b j j # j j j j J J J J J J j j j j
If my speech is un - du - ly re - frac - to - ry, You will find it a course sat-is - fac - to - ry
At an
U
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j j j
b
j j

&b

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#

p
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J
J
J
J
J
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b j j j j j j j j j j j j j j j j j j
b
V

J J
#
J J

ear - ly Board meet - ing to

show it up.

Though if

pro - per ex - cuse you can

trump a - ny,

You may

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b
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#
#

? b
b J
J
J
J
J
J
b j j j j j j j j j
b
V

JJ
J JJ J JJ J J

(SCAPHIO and PHANTIS thoroughly baffled, KING dancing quietly)

wind up a Lim-it-ed Com-pa-ny. You can-not con-ven-ient-ly blow it up!

#
j nn

When

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b j j j j j

&

#
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n#

n
b J
J
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j j
j j
e'er I chance
to baf-fle you,
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I al - so dance
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j j

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this now guess

the hid-den sense

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a step or two.


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this now guess the hid - den

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J J J J J J J
J
J
J
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(SCAPHIO and PHANTIS consider the question as KING continues dancing quietly -- then give it up)

#
V

j J J j j j j j j j J J

It means com-plete in - dif - fer-ence. Of course it does Of course it does It means com-plete in
j
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J j j j j j j

&

.. ..

j
j j
j j


.
.
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J J J


. .
J
Scaphio and Phantis:

and Phantis:
# j j King:
j
j j j Scaphio
j
j
j
j
j
j
V

f As we've a dance for


dif - fer - ence. ...in - dif-fer - ence in - dif- fer - ence in - dif - fer - ence!
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and PHANTIS dancing furiously)


# (KINGjdancing quietly, SCAPHIO
j
j
j
j
j
j
j
j
j j

V
J

ev - 'ry mood, With pas de trois we will con-clude. What this may mean you all may guess It typ - i - fies re # # #

&

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J
J


J
J

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V
V

#
#

j J j J
J

j J j

morse-less-ness re - morse-less-ness re - morse-less-ness

j j j j j J j

p
It means un - ruf-fled cheer-ful-ness! It means un - ruf-fled

# #


J
J

&
JJ

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J
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4
#


j
V
J
R
R
R
J
R

morse-less-ness It

Re - morse-less-ness re -

King:

typ - i - fies re-morse-less - ness!


(KING dances off placidly as SCAPHIO and PHANTIS dance furiously)
4

#
j
j
V
J
J
R RR R
cheer - ful- ness It means un-ruf-fled cheer - ful - ness!

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? # J J
J
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j

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- 159 -

No. 21. With wily brain upon the spot


Tarara, Phantis, and Scaphio

#### 2
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V
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V
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V

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p staccato
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#

j r
p J R J

Tarara:

With wi - ly brain upScaphio:

j j r j r
p

With wi - ly brain up-

Andante misterioso

####

j j r j r

pWith wi - ly brain
up-

Phantis:

.
. . . . . . .

J J J

j
j

j j
r
# J R R R R R J J J j J R J r J R R R R
on the spot A pri-vate plot we'll

plan,

The most in-gen - ious pri - vate plot Since pri-vate plots be -

on the spot A pri-vate plot we'll

plan,

The most in-gen - ious pri - vate plot Since pri-vate plots be -

plan,

The most in-gen - ious pri - vate plot Since pri-vate plots be -

j rj
j r r
j j
j
# j r rR R R J J j r r r r

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V

on the spot A pri-vate plot we'll

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J J
# J

j j rj r j r r r r r j j
J


J J

j
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#

J
J

j j

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####

j
j
j
j
r
r
# j j R r R r R R J

####
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V

####

gan.

That's

un - der - stood.

So

far

we've got,

And

strik - ing while the

i - ron's

gan.

That's

un - der - stood.

So

far

we've got,

And

strik - ing while the

i - ron's

# j j j r j r j r j r r r r r j # j




gan.

That's

un - der - stood.

So

far

we've got,

And

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# J
J

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####

####

####

j j

# J j J R J r J R J J R R R R 68 J
hot,

We'll now

de - ter - mine like

a shot The

de- tails of this pri - vate

plot.

hot,

We'll now

de - ter - mine like

a shot The

de- tails of this pri - vate

plot.

# J j j r j r j r j J R R r r j j 68 j

####

? ####

i - ron's

# j n j j r j r j r j j
hot,
We'll now de - ter - mine like a shot The

? # # # # n
J J
J J
# J
V

strik - ing while the

j
j j


#
#

6
r r
r r j j 8 j
de- tails of this pri - vate

Allegro con brio


6
8 J
p

j
j
6
8

Scaphio:

J
J
j

J
J


? # # # # j .
#

(whispers)

think we ought

&



####
J

J

J
#
&
J
I

plot.

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####

Tarara & Phantis:

# J J J
Such bosh

J j j J
L Phantis:

I nev - er heard!

Ah!

hap - py thought! (whispers)

####

J
J
#
#
&
J
j

? # # # # .
J
#
V

####

#### .
#
&

# n

Tarara:
j
j J j n . n j
J J
How ut-ter-ly dash'd ab
I'll
tell you
. - surd!
.
.
n

J
J

J J #
J
Tarara & Scaphio:


n
n # n n

? # # # #
#
V

####

j
# n

n
J

Phantis & Scaphio:

Why,
what put
n

# # # # n n n J J n J J n n
J
# J
&
how

(whispers)

n n. nn n n n n .n
n
#
? ## #
J n
#
# # # # n j j j O
# J n
V
that in your head?

n jj j
J

Scaphio:

I've got it now

(whispers)

# # # # n J
n # n n #

#
&
n n
n
#
? # # # J n n n
#
n
n
n

n # n

#
n # n
n n

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####

Oh,

#### n
# J
&
? ####

Tarara:
Phantis:
j j j j j j j j
J J J
take him a - way
to bed! Oh, put him to bed! Oh, put him to
n

#
# . n . j
J

Tarara & Phantis:

# n J J # J n J #

Scaphio:

j j

J
bed!
What! put

Scaphio:
Phantis:
& Phantis:
# # # # j j Tarara
j
j
j
j
j
j
j
j
j
j
j
j
# J # # J J # J J J
V
me to bed? Yes, cer- tain - ly put him to bed!
But, bless me, don't you see
Do lis-ten to me, I

####
J

#
#

&


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#
J
V

####

Scaphio:
Tarara:
Phantis:
Tarara:
j
j
j
j
j
j

# J # J J J J # J J J J # J J n J J J
pray

It cer-tain- lyseems to me

Bah!

this is the on - ly way! It's rub-bish ab-surd you growl! You

n # J # J J #
#
&
J
#
#
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# J
####

# # . .

####

Phantis:
Scaphio:
Q
j
j j j j j j

#
n

j
#

J J J J n
j
V
JJ JJ
J JJ JJ

talk ri-dic - u - lous stuff! You're a driv - el-ing barn-door owl! You're a va - pid and vain old muff!You're a vain old
# # # # . # . . . .
# . . . n

#
# n
&





? # # # # # n # n n n
#
cresc.

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####

####

####

####

# j

j
J JJ J J J J J J J J J J J JJ J

Tarara:

You're talk-ing ri- dic - u - lous stuff!

J J J J J

muff!

You're a

# J J J J J

Ri - dic'-lous, ri - dic'-lous, ri - dic-u-lous stuff!

va- pid and vain

old muff,


J J J JJ J J JJ
You're a driv-el-ing barn - door owl!
A driv-el-ing, driv - el-ing,
#

#
## #
#
J

#
&
f #
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n
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j
#

Scaphio:


J J J

(All, coming down to audience)


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&
dim.
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J
#

j
So

far

j
J J
J

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we have-n't quite solved


?
.

p
j

####

old muff!

j
J
J JJ
driv - el-ing barn - door owl!
# #
#

# . .
n .. ..

R Tarara, Phantis, & Scaphio:

j
# J J J J j J J J J J J
not a ve-ry in - gen - ious lot. But don't be un-hap-py, It's


? ####

#
V

a vain

j
J

J J
J JJ J

the plot.

They're

J j j j
J J

still on the ta- pis, We'll pres - ent-ly hit on a

j
j
j
j

j j

- 164 -

####

# j J J J
cap - i - tal plot!

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&
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J
f
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#
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p

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Sup - pose

we all

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V

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&

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we

might

all

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Now

(whispers)

n .


JJ

T
j
j

J J J n .
#
V
J
That's true we cer-tain-ly
might.
I'll
tell
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.
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n

.
.

####

J n J

J
#
&
Tarara:

J J
J
J
J
j

j

j
j

J J J

there I think you're right.

Phantis:

(whispers)


####
J

J
#
&
J
S

Scaphio:

n j
J

you what

(whispers)

J n


n n
#
n # n n n

? ## #
#

- 165 -

####

j
j j j j j j j n j
n n

Scaphio:

We will if we pos-si - bly can.


Then
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a cap-i - tal plan!

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length

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plan

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No. 22. A wonderful joy our eyes to bless


Mr. Goldbury

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Mr. Goldbury:

Allegro con spirito

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eyes to bless,
In her mag-ni - fi-cent come-li-ness, Is an Eng - lish girl
of e - lev'n stone two, And
stretch- es her limbs. She golfs, she punts, she rows, she swims. She plays, she sings,
she dan - ces too, From

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five foot ten in her dan- cing shoe!


ten or e -lev - en till all is blue!

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She




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fol - lows the hounds, and on she pounds. The


ball
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"field" tails off and the muffs dim-in-ish.


O - ver the hedg-es and brooks she bounds, Straight as a crow from
(Cha- per -on's fan con - ceals her yawn-ing), She'll waltz a - way like a
tee - to - tum, And nev - er go home till

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find
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day - light's dawn-ing.

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crick - et her kin will

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E - lev - en maids out,


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e - lev - en maids in, And per - haps an oc - ca-sion - al


but what does she care?
It's all her own, and it's

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She and her maids


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a - dance and her

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"maid - en o-ver"!
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search the world and

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search the sea,

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come you home and sing with me,

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3. Her soul

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Blithe as a beau-ti-ful bird she sings, For

bo - dy and mind are

hale and heal-thy.

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No. 23. Then I may sing and play


Nekaya, Kalyba, Lord Dramaleigh & Mr. Goldbury

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Allegro

Nekaya:

Then

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sing

and

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Goldbury:

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laugh

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and shout?

No

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doubt! These

Nekaya:
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Then I may
Gold.: Kalyba:
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max - ims

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Nekaya:

you

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Of

course! You

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sing and play, And I may laugh and shout, You won't ex-claim "Oh

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won't ex - claim "Oh fie!" Not I! Then I may sing and play, And I may laugh and shout, You won't ex-claim "Oh

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Lord Dramaleigh:

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What

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ev - er you are
Allegro con brio

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then be a type

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Lord Dramaleigh:

you.

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in fact Be

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cap - i - tal Eng - lish

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Oh,
sweet
Kalyba:

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sur

prise, oh, dear

de-light,

To

find

it

un - dis - put - ed quite,

Oh,
sweet
sur
Lord Dramaleigh:

prise, oh, dear

de-light,

To

find

it

un - dis - put - ed quite,

Oh,

de-light,

To

find

it

un - dis - put - ed quite,

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Mr. Goldbury:

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sweet

sur

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sweet

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oh, dear

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Oh,

sweet

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oh, dear

de - light,

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oh, dear

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ture right!

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When hap-py I,
with laugh-ter glad I'll wake the e-choes
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And that will be but
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I'll row and fish


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a prim one

to hum a tune, It

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hymn one?

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Lord Dramaleigh:

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No, no!
no,
Mr. Goldbury:

no!

No, no!

no,

no!

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Nekaya:

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Oh, sweet sur - prise,

oh, dear

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To

find

it

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dis - put - ed quite,

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sweet

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Oh,

sweet

sur

prise,

oh, dear

de-light,

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oh, dear

j
b

b b
j

To

j
n j

j
j

find

it

un - dis - put - ed quite,

find

it

un - dis - put - ed quite,

j
b j

j
b j

j
j
b
j b j
b b
b
To

J J
J

un - dis - put - ed quite,

b b b
J J

de-light,

j
b j
j
b j
b

it

J b b
J
To

find

j j
b b
To

and Na - ture right!

J J b b
J

b b b
&b

b
V b b b

and Na - ture right!


J
J
is wrong and Na

j
J

j j j j j j j

j j
j j
j

J
J

b
& b b b

is wrong

Art

.
j
j

find

it

j j

J
J

J b J

un - dis - put - ed quite,

j
b

b b
j

j
b j

j
b j

- 181 -

b
&b

b .
All

b
J
J
J

b
& b b .

mus - ty, fus - ty rules de-spite,

All

mus - ty, fus - ty rules de-spite,

Vb

b .
All

? b .
b
All

b j
& b b b
? b j
b

b
&b
? b j
b

j
n

j
J

b
J
J
J

mus - ty, fus - ty rules de-spite,

.
That

.
That

b .

That

and

Na

is wrong

and

Na

ture right!

is wrong

and

Na

ture right!

ture right!

n .
J
Art

is wrong

j
.

Art

n .
J
Art

.
b J b J .
J
J
mus - ty, fus - ty rules de-spite, That
Art
is wrong
j
j
j
j
j j j

n
b n
b n n
j
j
j j b j j j

b

b

J J J

(Dance, and off)

.
.

and

.
-

Na

.
.


f
j
J J

J
J

j
b


& b # R

? b b j j j
J J

J J
J J

ture right!

J
J J

No. 24. Recit: Oh would some demon pow'r...


Song: When but a maid of fifteen year

- 182 -

Lady Sophy

b c
b
& b

n
c n
f b

Allegro

b
&bb
? b
bb

r
j
j j j . j j j

Lady Sophy:

j #
J

n
f
p

J n bb
J

Recit.

Oh, would some de - mon pow'r the gift im-

w
n ww
p
w

b b j j j j j j r b . r
j j b . j j j j j
b
.
&

J


J
J J n

part

To quell my o - ver

con - sci - en- tious heart

Un- speak the oaths that nev- er had been spo - ken,

b
& b b ww

n www

n ww
w

? b w
bb

w
w

b
j
& b b . j . j j j j j

And

ww
w

..

w
w
j j

.
J

break the vow that nev- er shall be bro-ken!


1. When but a maid of
fif - teen year,
(The KING enters and overhears this verse.) 2. Each morn-ing I pur - sued my game (An
Andante moderato

b
&bb w
w
? b bw
bb
bw
b
&bb

Un - sought
ear
-

..

..


un - plight - ed
ly
ris - er);

j j

Short pet - ti - coat - ed


For spot - less mon - archs

b
&bb

? b
bb

and, I fear,
I be - came


b b

Still
An

short - er
ad - ver -

n
.
J

b
&bb
sight- ed
tis - er.

b
&bb


? b
bb

j
. n


made a vow, one
all in vain I

I
But

u - nit - ed.
deal wis - er!

.
J

spot - less king, Who


na - tive strand Re -

b . n j

proof of blame-less life could bring, I'd be


turn'd a lit - tle old - er, and A good

? b
bb

on - ly to some
king- less, to my

b
.
& b b J n .
b
& b b #

ear - ly spring, That


search'd each land, So,

- 183 -

For
I had read, not long be - fore, Of
I learnt that spot- less King and Prince Have

n b . j

w n


w
w

U
j
b n
j
j
b
b

n
b . . j j j j
& b
blame-less kings in
dis - ap - pear'd some

fai - ry lore,
a - ges since

And thought the race still flour-ish'd here I was a


E'en
Par - a - mount's an - gel - ic grace Is but a

b
j
& b b n n b b w .
? bb

b
&bb
&

bbb

year!
face!

ww
w

? b
b b b
b

Well, well
Ah, me!

U
j
j

J
U


J
B

w
w
nw

ww

1.
j jj

Well, well
Ah, me!

b n

I was a
Is but a

maid of fif - teen


mask on Na- ture's



n
n

..

maid of fif-teen year!


1.

.
.

..

- 184 -

b
b

.
b
&



2.

mask on Na - ture's

bb

& b

face,

2.

ww

? b
bb w
w

on

Na - ture's

face!

(KING comes forward.)

ww
w
w

bb

bb

b # n

Attacca No. 25

No. 25. Ah, Lady Sophy, then you love me!


King and Lady Sophy
(indignant and surprised.
Lady Sophy: Producing Palace Peeper)

Recit.
b b c King:

n n & r r j j j j

b
V
#
R RJ J R R
J JJ
Ah, La-dy So-phy, then you love me! For so you sing

b
&bb c
p
? bb c # n
b


n b

No,

no, by the stars that shine a-

j
b
j
.
& b b . J j b j . r n j . r . R b J R
bove me,

&

bbb

? bb

De - grad - ed

n ww
nw
w
w

King!

For

while these ru - mours, thro' the

F Pi vivo

j
b
j
n

ci - ty

bruit - ed,

Re -

j j j j
b
j j j j
n

- 185 -

j r
b
b .
& b b n j . r . J . R J R
main un- con - tra-dict-ed, un-re - fut - ed,

b
& b b b j

j
? b n
bb
&

bbb

The

Be just

nn nAllegro non poco agitato


b
p
#
nnn #

par-a- graphswere writ-ten and con - tri-but-ed

I,

j

j

j

j

j

j

j j j j
#
j j j j
#

the time is now at hand when truth may pub-lish'd be.

& b # w.
n
bw
? bb
b w

w

j j j j j j j j n .r j w
V # J

V b

j

j

Re -

King: Recit.
j j V n n n j j j j j j j j j j b . r j
# .
#

bb

ob - ject thou of my a - ver - sion root - ed

j j j j j
b
j j j j j
n

pul - sive thing!

&

j r j r j r j r

. . . .

j j j j

caught in Sca - phio's

& b b
p
? b
b

j r
n .
ruth - less toil,

n n
cresc.

King:
j
j
V j jj j r

Lady Sophy:

&

by me!

j


J

These

By you? No, no! Yes, yes. I swear, by me!

b j b b b
J JJ J
Con-tri- but- ed the

j

b
#
#
F

b j
b

lot!
a tempo
b
b b
f

bbb

j
n

&

- 186 Lady Sophy:


King:
b
.

j
j
j
j j j j . j j j
j
j

.
j

& b b . j J
J
J J V
JJ
And that is why you did not boil the au-thor on the spot!

b
& b b

And that is why I did not boil the au-thor on the

? b

bb

Lady Sophy:
bb
. j
b

V
&
J J
J J J J
J

spot!

bb

& b

? bb

could - n't think why you did not

j j
j J J R R C
Both:

boil The au - thor on the

www

w
# n ww
F

spot!

Boil him

.
f

on the

No. 25a. Oh rapture unrestrained

b
&bb C

King and Lady Sophy

Lady Sophy:

spot!

b
&bb C

f.
? bb C
b
.

1. Oh

(King, verse 2)

Allegro vivace

n #

p
.
.

n #
.

.
.
.
.

- 187 -

b
& b b ..

rap - ture un - re - strain'd Of


skies are blue a - bove, And

b
& b b ..

.
.
? b ..
.
bb
.
.
b
j
& b b .

bb

deign'd A
love Has

& b
? bb

b . .

bb
b
&

.
.

.
.
.
.
.
j j
n n n

n
.
. .
.

And the
For that

n . .

And of
And of

Of
Of

Kings of fai - ry
lore
prud - ish par - a - gons

b
& b b
.
.
? b b . .
n .
b

has
my

. .
.

n .

n
J


clouds that gath - er'd
as - in - or - um

o'er
pons

n .

One, at
One, at


. .
n . . .
.

One, at
One, at

b
. .
n . . .
.

1.

least, is
least, is

in
in

ex - ist - ence!
ex

All
I

. . . . . .
.

have
have

n n

.
n .
. .

least, is
least, is

in
in

ex ex -

. . .
.
King:

j j ..

2. Oh the

1.

sov - er- eign


la - dy of

Kings of fai - ry
lore
prud - ish par - a - gons

.
? b
.
. .
b b n n
n .
.

.
.
.
b

&bb

ist- ence!
ist- ence!

.
.

For my
Now the

.
.
j j b

van - ish'd in the


dis - tance,
cross'd with - out as - sist - ance,

b
&bb

a
can - did re - trac - ta - tion!
the earth is red and ros - al,

con - vin - cing ex - pla - na - tion


ac - cept - ed my pro - pos - al!

j
j

..
..

- 188 Lady Sophy:


b

&bb

The

clouds,

King:
b
Vb b

the

ist-ence!

b
& b b
.
? b . .
bb
.

b
&bb

b
Vb b
have

. .
.
.

. .
.
.

bb
b

&

.
.
? b
b b .
.
b
&bb

have

bb
b

V
van - ish'd, all

have

b
&bb

.
? bb

.
b
.


have

. .
.
.

van - ish'd, van - ish'd,

van - ish'd, van - ish'd,

o'er


that gath - er'd

o'er

Have

. .
.
.

.
. .

have van - ish'd,

van - ish'd,

clouds that gath - er'd

the clouds

the

The clouds,

Have van - ish'd,

van - ish'd, all

clouds,

van - ish'd,

van-ish'd in the

dis - tance, All have

van-ish'd, all have

van-ish'd in the

dis - tance, All have

van-ish'd, all have

dim.
.
.

.
.
. . .

van- ish'd in

the


van- ish'd in

the

.
.
.


dis- tance!

dis- tance!

.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.

.
.

(KING and LADY SOPHY dance gracefully. While this is going on LORD DRAMALEIGH enters unobserved with

&

bbb

. .

. .

- 189 -

.
.
. .
. .
. .
.
.
.
.
? b
.
.
# .

b b .
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
NEKAYA and MR. GOLDBURY with KALYBA. Then enter ZARA and CAPT. FITZBATTLEAXE. The two girls direct ZARA's
#
n ..
b

..
b

b
J
b
.
&

. J . . . .
3
.
.
.
.
.
. n . .
? b n . . . . . . . .
bb .
.
.
.
.
.

. .
. .

attention to the KING and LADY SOPHY, who are still dancing affectionately together.)

.. J .. . . .~~~~~ . .
b
J . J . J
n n J # J J
&bb

cresc.

n

? b n

bb

. .
n

b
J
&bb

? b

bb
. n .

b
&bb
pi f
n
? bb
b
. .
b
&bb
? bb

n
J

O
n

.
n


J
n n J # J J J

n #
n



n . .
.
j

n b

n .
J

n

n
. .

. .
U

. .

>
>

>
>

(At this point the KING kisses LADY SOPHY, which causes the Princesses to make an exclamation. The KING and LADY SOPHY
are at first much confused at being detected, but eventually throw off all reserve, and the four couples break into a wild
Tarantella.)

68
68

No. 25b. Tarantella

- 190 -

(Instrumental)

bb 6 j
b
&
8

f

? b 6

bb 8
J
J
J
J
J
Q Vivace

b
&bb

? b
bb

J J J J J J J b J J

bb
b
&

? b J
bb
J
J
J
b # n n
b
& b

n
n

J J J J J J

n n

? b b J n
J
J
b
J
J
J

n n n

n n
J J

J


b
b

& b
p
? b

bb J
J
J
J
J
J
J
J
J
J
dim.

b
n b
& b b n


? b b
n

b J
J
J
J
J
J
J
J
J
J
cresc.

- 191 -

b

& b b n
F

? b
bb J
J
J
J
J

R

J
&bb

? b j
bb
J
J
J

bb

b
&


n


J
f

n
J
J
J

JJ JJ JJ

n
n

? b n
bb J

J
J
J
J
J
J
J
J
J
J
J


b
n n #
&bb
F cresc. molto

...

? b

n .
bb n

J
J
J
J
J
J
J

bb n #
J J
b
&



...
...
? b ....


.
. J

bb
J
J
J J
J
J
J
U .

bb
J J J J ..
b
&
U
j
j
j

? bb .

b J
J

.
J

- 192 -

No. 26. Upon our sea-girt land


Chorus

? b c
bb

Allegro vivace

b

c
b
n

& b

J
#

F
f

nn

? bb c

b n n

.
? bb J J J J
b
on our sea-girt land,

&

J J
J
J J J J J J J J
J

At our en-forc'd com-mand,

Re- form has laid her hand like some re-morse-less o-gress

And

# n

b n

? bb J J J J J J J J J n
b
J J JJ JJ J J J
made us dark-ly rue

J J J J .
J

b
j
& b b j j

? b
bb

#
bbb

J
f Up j


Men:

The deeds she dared to do

So

# j
# J J

And all is ow-ing to those hat-ed Flowers of Pro-gress!

b
& b b n b bb n

b
n
? bb
n
b

n
n

j
J

Women:

f
#

j
j
n j j n j j j

J
Down with them! Re - form's a hat-ed o - gress. So
#

J J J J J J J

.. ..
& b J R n J J R J J
bb

down with them!

? b
bb

Re - form's a hat-ed

o - gress.

b b .. n .. n j
b
&

# n
J
J
A

? b
bb

b
&bb

R R
J J
J

DownwiththeFlow'rs of

? bb

R R
J JJ J
J

DownwiththeFlow'rs of Pro-gress!

&

bbb

? b
bb


J J

Pro-gress!

down with them!

.. n ..
J
J

DownwiththeFlow'rs of

b b .. n ..
b
&

J R J
J R J
J R R J J

Down with them!


Down with them!
Down
with the Flow'rs of

.. n
..
? b b J R J J R J J R R J J
b
Down with the Flow'rs of
Down with them!
Down with them!

n

b

b
n

n
&
J
J

j
j

? b #

b b #
. .

Down with them!

DownwiththeFlow'rs of Pro-gress!

..
..
n

J R J
J R J

R R
J J
J

R R
J JJ J
J

- 193 -

.. n
J R J

JJ
Pro-gress!

Down with them!

.. n
J R J

j
#
#

..
J R J
j

Down with them! Down with them!

j
j

Pro - gress!

J J
Pro - gress!
.


.
.

.
.
.

- 194 -

No. 26a. (Trumpet flourish)

# # # # c U .

&
(Enter KING, his three daughters, LADY SOPHY, and the Flowers of Progress.)

No. 27. There's a little group


of isles beyond the wave

- 195 -

Finale, Act II

b
&bb c

Allegro maestoso
n
b
b

J
&bb c
J
p
j
j
? b c

bb


b

& b b .. J . R J . R J . R J . R

n b j

lit - tle group of isles be - yond the


may we co - py all her max - ims

So
And

j

j

b . j
b
& b .
p
? b b .. j
b

b
& b b j . r
where it is
char - it - ies;

b
& b b j

? b j
bb

b
& b b J . R

rar - it - ies.
ar - it- ies!

b b j j
b
&

? bb

That
And

Zara:

1. There's a

3


j

J
3
j

n
J
n J

. r j . r . r j . r
J
J

ti - ny, you
im - i - tate

might al - most won - der


her vir - tues and her

. r j . r . r j . r J . R . R
J
J
J J
na - tion is the brav- est of the brave,
may we, by de- grees, ac- cli - ma - tize

j j j


j j j

wave
wise,

.
J R

j

j

The
By

j

j

b .
J

b
j

. . .
R J R J R J
j

and cow- ards are the rar - est


of all
Her Par - lia- men - ta - ry pe - cu - li -

j j

j j

proud - est na - tions kneel


do - ing so,
we shall,

j A j
b

j j j j

b

at her
in course

com - mand;
of
time,

j

j

j j
n j j

j j j j

She
Re -

j j b j j
b
j j j j
b
b

- 196 -

r j r b . . b j. . r
.
b

& b J b . J R J R
bb

ter - ri - fies all for - eign born rap - scal - li - ons;


gen - er - ate com- plete - ly our en - tire
land

&
b b
j
b

? b
b b b
bbb

j
j

b
j

b
&bb J
b
&bb
? b
bb

hand
lime,

With half
a
To which some

And
Great

. .
J R n J R n J . R J . R
holds the peace of Eu - rope in her
Bri - tain is that mon - ar - chy sub -

j
j
j
j

n
j j

J
J J

j r j . r j

.

j

score in - vin - ci - ble


bat - tal - ions.
add (but oth - ers do
not)
Ire - land.
Women (incl. Principals):

r j r
j r

. . .. n . .
J
J R
J R
Such, at

least, is

the tale Which is

Such, at

least, is

the tale Which is

j r
j r
Men (incl. Principals): . .
.. # . .
J R

J R
J R

j j j j
B
j
j
b
j

b
& b

j j .


f
j j
j

j j j .
? b
j

.

bb

J
J

r j r
r
r
j r
j

b
.

n . .
. . R
& b
..
J.
J. R
J
J
J
J
borne on the gale From the
is-land which dwells in the sea.
Let us
r
j
r
j r

.
.

.
? b b J . # J . . R n . . J J . . R
J R
J R
b
borne on the gale From the

is-land which dwells in

.
b

& b b .. # . .
.
? b b . .. .

b
.

n
.
.
.

the

sea.

Let us

.
.. # n .

.
.
.
.
.
J R J . R
hope, for her sake, That she

. .
J R
J R
hope, for her sake, That she


J J J J

j

J
J J

- 197 -

b
&bb

1.

..

King:

2. Oh,

b . j r . r j r
b
. . J .
& b
JR

..

makes no mis-take,That she's all she pro-fess-es to be!

. . .
? b
J R J R . J J . R
bb
R

be!

..

makes no mis-take,That she's all she pro-fess-es to be!

b
& b b J J
j
? b
bb
J

b
&bb



J J
j

J

1.
J
J
j j

Nekaya and Kalyba:

borne

b .
& b b .
tale

Which is borne

..

j r
..

Such, at least,

is the

. .
.

.
J . R .
J R
be!
Such, at least,
is the

J
.. ..
..
.. .
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- A1 -

Appendix I. Ah! gallant soldier, brave and true


(Chappell version, but with playout)

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- A8 (Exeunt KING and ZARA in one direction, Lifeguardsmen and crowd in opposite direction.

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