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Partition complète, Patience, ou Bunthorne's Bride, Comic Aesthetic Opera in Two Acts

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Redécouvrez la partition de musique Patience, ou Bunthorne's Bride partition complète, Savoy opéras, par Sullivan, Arthur. La partition de musique romantique écrite pour les instruments tels que:
  • solistes vocaux
  • chœur
  • orchestre

Cette partition compte plusieurs mouvements: 2 Acts et est classée dans les genres partitions pour orchestre, pour piano 4 mains (arr), partitions pour voix, opérettes, Stage travaux, Savoy opéras, pour voix et chœur avec orchestre, pour voix, chœur mixte, orchestre, langue anglaise, partitions pour piano 4 mains, partitions chœur mixte, opéras, pour 2 musiciens, partitions pour piano
Visualisez en même temps d'autres musique pour chœur, orchestre, solistes vocaux sur YouScribe, dans la rubrique Partitions de musique romantique.
Date composition: 1881
Edition: Philadelphia: J. M. Stoddart & Co, 1881.
Libbretiste: William Schwenck Gilbert (1836–1911)

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FULL SCORE
{AUTHORIZED COPYRIGHT EDITION)
Patience
OR
BUNTHORNES BRIDE
(COMIC ESTHETIC ©PEB&)
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Full Score, Vocal and Piano (Words Vocal\. Gems (Selection, Words anil
Music) .... Sullivan. $1.50and Music) Sullivan. .25
Piano-forte Solo (Opera Complete) Libretto (Words only) .25
Toues. .50
NEW YORK
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Copyright, by1881, M. Stoooakd ft Co.J.
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ENTITLED
PATIENCE
OR,
BUNTHORNE'S BRIDE
WRITTEN BY
GILBERT.W. S.
COMPOSED BY
SULLIVANARTHUR
" " "Trial by The Sorcerer" H.M.S.Authors Pinafort?of Jury"
- The Pirates Penzance" &c, &c, &c.of
AUTHORIZED COPYRIGHT EDITIONS.
LONDON.
Stoddart pub-Messrs. J. M. & Co. have purchased from us the exclusive authority to
"lish our Operas, "Patience or,; JBanthome's Bride," and The Pirates of
The Slave herebyPenzance; or, of Duty," in the United States of America. We
express the earnest wish that they may sole pub-suffer no invasion of their rights as the
lishers of our works, through any attempt to editions.put upon the market unauthorized
We make this request for the following reasons Firstly, because satisfied there
: we are
exists an agree-a general desire on the part of the people of both continents to come to
ment upon the question of authors inan international copyright, affording compensation to
their literary and artistic productions this arrangement enabled
; Secondly, because we are by
to secure the and Thirdly,publication of our work under our own personal supervision ;
because by the present contract manufactured in the Unitedour publications will be wholly
States, and will be sold at as of wide a circulation, as iflow a price, with the certainty as
issuedthey were by a number of rival and unauthorized persons.
GILBEKT.W. S.
ARTHUR S. SULLIVAN..
Copyright, 1881, by -. M. STODDART 4 COFtrst praauced at the Opera Comtque, London, on Saturday, 23rd April, 1881, under tiu
management Mr.of R. D'Oyly Carte.
PATIENCE or, BUNTHORNE'S BRIDE.;
Colonel Calverlet
Major Murgatroyd Officers of Dragoon Guards.
Lieut, the Duke oe Dunstable
,
Reginald Bunthorne ... A Fleshly Poet.
Archibald Grosvenor
... An Idyllic Poet.
Mr. Bunthorne's Solicitor.
Chorus of Officers of Dragoon Guards.
The Lady Angela \
The Lady Saphir /
Rapturous Maiden*.—The Lady Ella 1
The Lady Jane )
and
Patience ~. ™ .. .. _ _. A Dairymaid.
Chorus of Rapturous Maidens.
ACT I.—Exterior of Castle Bunthorne. ACT II.—A ade.
CONTENTS.
A.OT I.
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"Overture 3 Solo (Saphir). Though so Excellendy Wise" . . 32
"Chorus of Maidens. Twenty Song (Colonel). "When first I Put this UniformLovesick
Maidens We" 9 on". 38
" ?"Solo (Angela). "Love Feeds Am I Aloneon Hope" 11 40
Recit. and Song
" " (Ella). forGo, Breaking Heart" 12 If you're Anxious to
(Bunthorne).
Recitative (PaHence). "Still Brooding Shine"on their 43
Mad Infatuation" Duet (Patience Angela). "and Long Years Ago".15 46,
Song {Patience). " I cannot what Duet and Grosvenor), " Prithee, PrettyTell this Love
may Be" Maiden, Willow, Willow, Waly" 4917
"Chorus cfe Dragoons. The Soldiers of our Chorus. "Let the Merry Cymbals Sound". ... 53
Queen" Chorus (Dragoons).21 "Now Tell us we Pray
-Solo (Colonel). If you Want a Receipt for that you" ss
Popular Mystery" .... "23' Solo (Duke). Your Maiden Hearts" 59
••Chorus (Angela, etc.). In a Doleful Train" ... 28 (Patience). " If there be Pardon in your
" (Dragoons). Breast"Now, is not this Ridic- 66
?"ulous Duet (Patience and Bunthorne). " True Love29
Solo (Angela). Mystic must be Single-Hearted"Poet, etc 6930
" " (Bunthorne). Though my Sextette. I Hear the Soft Note of the EchoingBook I Seem
to Scan" .Voice" 7131
ACT II.
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"Recit.andSong ( Sad is that Woman's ... (Duke, Major, and Colonel). " It's ClearLot" Trio85
"(Jane). \ Silvered is the Raven Hair" . 86 that Mediaeval Art" 101
"Chorus of Maidens. Turn, oh Turn this (Angela, Saphir, Duke, Major, andin Quintette
" . .Direction" 88 Colonel). IfSaphir I Choose to Marry". 107
Song (Grosvenor). "A Magnet Hung in Hard- (Bunthorneand Grosvenor). " When I Goa Duet
ware-Shop" 11690 out of Doors"
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Duet andBunthorne). " etc 121Jane SoGo to Him and Waterloo-House Young Man,"
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"Say to Him" 07 Finale. After much Debate Internal" 124
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ACT I.
8cemE. Exterior Castle Bunthorne. Entrance to castle, L.2d E.,of
by drawbridge over moat. A rocky elevation R. Young ladies
dressed in (esthetic draperies are grouped about the stage. They
play on lutes, mandolins, etc. as they sing, and all are in the
last stage despair.of
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