An Original Light Opera in Three Acts
   
 ARTHUR SULLIVAN
  An Original Light Opera in Three Acts  
  Written by Sydney Grundy  
   
  CD ONE  
  Act 1  
 Haddon Hall  
1 Introduction (Chorus) Ye stately homes of England 2:43
2 Chorus: To-day, it is festal time 2:13
3 Song (Dorcas) with Chorus: But midst our jubliation - 'Twas a dear little dormouse' 3:22
4 Chorus with Solos (Dorothy, Lady Vernon, Sir George): Hail to the Lord of Haddon 3:24
5 Madrigal (Dorothy, Lady Vernon, Sir George, Chorus): Welcome, I bid ye welcome - When the budding bloom of May 4:14
6 Trio (Dorothy, Lady Vernon, Sir George): Nay, father dear 2:20
7 Duet (Dorothy, Lady Vernon): Mother, dearest mother 3:20
8 Song (Oswald) with Chorus: Ribbons to sell - Come, simples and gentles 3:21
9 Duet (Dorcas, Oswald): The sun's in the sky 2:43
10 Recit (Dorothy, Dorcas, Oswald): My mistress comes 0:55
11 Trio (Dorothy, Dorcas, Oswald): Oh, tell me what is a maid to say 2:51
12 Recit & Song (Dorothy): Why weep and wait? - Red of the rosebud 3:26
13 Entrance of Puritans: Down with Princes 1:14
14 Song (Rupert): I've heard it said 2:40
  Finale Act 1  
15 Scene (Company): The bonny bridegroom cometh 3:56
16 Song (Rupert) and Chorus: When I was but a little lad 1:50
17 Scene (Company): Hail, cousin Rupert 2:11
18 Solo (Dorothy & Company): When, yestereve, I knelt to pray 1:58
19 Ensemble (Company): Father, forgive! 1:30
  Appendix to Act 1  
20 Solo (Manners): The earth is fair 2:20
21 Duet (Dorothy, Manners): Sweetly the morn doth break 2:05
  CD 1 TT: 55:13      
   
  CD TWO  
  ACT 2; Scene 1  
1 Introduction & Chorus of Puritans: Hoarsely the wind is howling 1:47
2 Song (McCrankie): My name it is McCrankie 2:24
3 Duet (Rupert, McCrankie): There's no one by 3:04
4 Trio (Dorcas, Rupert, McCrankie): Hoity-toity, what's a kiss? 2:08
  Finale Act 2  
5 Quartette (Dorothy, Dorcas, Manners, Oswald): The west wind howls 7:52
6 Storm 3:03
  ACT 2; Scene 2  
7 Recit & Song (Major Domo, Sir George): Silence all! Attend your host! - In days of old 3:02
8 Scene (Company): Eloped! Eloped 1:11
9 Duet (Rupert, McCrankie) and Chorus: We were sheltering all 3:34
10 Scene (Lady Vernon & Company): In vain they will blunder 2:51
  ACT 3  
11 Opening Chorus: Our heads we bow 1:54
12 Song (Lady Vernon) and Chorus: Queen of the garden 4:27
13 Recit (Lady Vernon, Sir George): Alone - alone! 1:11
14 Duet (Lady Vernon, Sir George): Bride of my youth 2:35
15 Scene (Dorcas, Rupert, three Girls) and Chorus: In frill and feather 1:31
16 Ensemble (Oswald & Company): Good General Monk 2:24
17 Song, Chorus & Dance (Dorcas, Rupert, Puritans): We have thought the matter out 2:06
18 Song and Scotch Dance (McCrankie) and Chorus: Hech, mon! Hech, mon! It gars me greet 3:12
  Finale Act 3  
19 Ensemble (Comany): Hark! The cannon! 5:17
  CD Two TT: 56:06      
   
 David Lyle