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SULLIVAN, A.: Haddon Hall [Operetta] (Lyle)

Divine Art
SULLIVAN, A.: Haddon Hall [Operetta] (Lyle)

Composer(s)Sullivan, Arthur
Artist(s)
Period(s) Romantic
Genre Classical Music
Category Operetta
Catalogue DDA21201
Label Divine Art
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SULLIVAN, A.: Haddon Hall [Operetta] (Lyle) 1:50:09   
DISC 1
  Haddon Hall          
      Act I: Introduction - Ye stately homes of England (Chorus) 2:43       
      Act I: To-day, it is a festal time (Chorus) 2:13       
      Act I: Song: But midst our jubilation (Dorcas) - T'was a dear little dormouse (Chorus) 3:22       
      Act I: Hail to the Lord of Haddon (Dorothy, Lady Vernon, Sir George, Chorus) 3:24       
      Act I: Madrigal: Welcome, I bid ye welcome - When the budding bloom of May (Dorothy, Lady Vernon, Sir George, Chorus) 4:14       
      Act I: Trio: Nay, father dear (Dorothy, Lady Vernon, Sir George) 2:20       
      Act I: Duet: Mother, dearest mother (Dorothy, Lady Vernon) 3:20       
      Act I: Song: Ribbons to sell (Oswald) - Come, simples and gentles (Chorus) 3:21       
      Act I: Duet: The sun's in the sky (Dorcas, Oswald) 2:43       
      Act I: Recitative: My mistress comes (Dorothy, Dorcas, Oswald) 0:55       
      Act I: Trio: Oh, tell me what is a maid to say (Dorothy, Dorcas, Oswald) 2:51       
      Act I: Recitative: Why weep and wait? (Dorothy) - Song: Red of the rosebud (Dorothy) 3:26       
      Act I: Entrance of Puritans: Down with Princes 1:14       
      Act I: Song: I've heard it said (Rupert) 2:40       
      Act I, Finale: Scene: The bonny bridegroom cometh (Company) 3:56       
      Act I, Finale: Scene: When I was but a little lad (Rupert, Chorus) 1:50       
      Act I, Finale: Scene: Hail, cousin Rupert (Company) 2:11       
      Act I, Finale: Solo: When, yestereve, I knelt to pray (Dorothy, Company) 1:58       
      Act I, Finale: Ensemble: Father, forgive! (Company) 1:30       
      Act I: Solo: The earth is fair (Manners) (Appendix) 2:20       
      Act I: Duet: Sweetly the morn doth break (Dorothy, Manners) (Appendix) 2:05       
DISC 2
  Haddon Hall          
      Act II Scene 1: Introduction - Hoarsely the wind is blowing (Chorus of Puritans) 1:47       
      Act II Scene 1: Song: My name it is McCrankie (McCrankie) 2:24       
      Act II Scene 1: Duet: There's no one by (Rupert, McCrankie) 3:04       
      Act II Scene 1: Triio: Hoity-toity, what's a kiss? (Dorcas, Rupert, McCrankie) 2:08       
      Act II Scene 1, Finale: Quartet: The west wind howls (Dorothy, Dorcas, Manners, Oswald) 7:52       
      Act II Scene 1, Finale: Storm 3:03       
      Act II Scene 2: Recitative: Silence all1 Attend to your host! (Major Damo, Sir George) - Song: In days of old (Major Domo, Sir George) 3:02       
      Act II Scene 2: Scene: Eloped, eloped! (Company) 1:11       
      Act II Scene 2: Duet: We were sheltering all (Rupert, McCrankie, Chorus) 3:34       
      Act II Scene 2: Scene: In vain they will blunder (Lady Vernon, Company) 2:51       
      Act III: Our heads we bow (Opening Chorus) 1:54       
      Act III: Song: Queen of the garden (Lady Vernon, Chorus) 4:27       
      Act III: Recitative: Alone - alone! (Lady Vernon, Sir George) 1:11       
      Act III: Duet: Bride of my youth (Lady Vernon, Sir George) 2:35       
      Act III: Scene: In frill and feather (Dorcas, Rupert, 3 Girls, Chorus) 1:31       
      Act III: Ensemble: Good General Monk (Oswald, Company) 2:24       
      Act III: Song: We have thought the matter out (Dorcas, Rupert, Puritans) 2:06       
      Act III: Song: Hech, mon! Hech, mon! It gars me greet (McCrankie, Chorus) 3:12       
      Act III, Finale: Ensemble: Hark! The cannon! (Company) 5:17       
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