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VOCAL SCORE.

•RUDDIGORE;
OR

THE WITCH'S CURSE


BY

W. S. GILBERT
AND

A RTHUR S ULLIVAN.
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RUDDIGORE; or, THE WITCH'S CURSE!

JBrninatiS ^nsonae.

MORTALS.
Sir Ruthven Murgatroyd (Disguised as Robin Oakapple, a Young Farmer)
Richard Dauntless (His Foster-Brother— A Mand rears-man)
Sir Despard Murgatroyd (Of Ruddigore—A Wicked Baronet)
Old Adam Goodheart (Robiris Faithful Servant)

Rose Maybud (A Village Maiden)


Mad Margaret
Dame Hannah (Rose's Aunt)
Zorah }
j- (Professional Bridesmaids)

GHOSTS
Sir Rupert Murgatroyd (The First Baronet)

Sir Jasper Murgatroyd (The Third Baronet)

Sir Lionf.l Murgatroyd (The Sixth Baronet)

Sir Conrad Murgatroyd (The Twelfth Baronet)

Sir Desmond Murgatroyd (The Sixteenth Baronet)

Sir Gilbert Murgatroyd (The Eighteenth Baronet)

Sir Mervyn Murgatroyd (The Twentieth Baronet)


AND
Sir Koderic Murgatroyd (The Twenty-first Baronet)

Chorus of Officers, Ancestors, Villagers, and Professional Bridesmaids

Act I. —The Fishing Village of Rederring, in Cornwall.


Act II. — Picture Gallery in Ruddigore Castle.

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RUDDIGORE
OR, THE WITCH'S CURSE.

CONTENTS.
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OVERTURE 1

Bet I
No.
1 Chorus of Bridesmaids (Solo Soprano, Zorah) " Fair is Rose " . . 9
"
2 Song (Hannah, and Chorus) " Sir Rupert Murgatroyd his leisure 15
"
3 Song (Rose) " If somebody there chanced to be 19

4 Duet (Rose and Robin) " I know a youth " .


22

5-6 Chorus of Bridesmaids and Song (Richard) " From the briny sea
'

26

6a Hornpipe 30
"
7 Song (Robin) " My boy, you may take it from me 30
"
8 Duet (Rose and Richard) " The battle's roar is over 33

9 Entrance of Bridesmaids " If well his suit has sped " 36


"
10 Trio (Rose, Richard and Robin) " In sailing o'er life's ocean wide 38
"
11 Recit. and Aria (Margaret) " Cheerily carols the lark 44
" "
12 Chorus Welcome, gentry 48

13 Song and Chorus (Sir Despard) " Oh, why am I moody and sad ?
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54
"
14 Duet (Richard and Sir Despard) " You understand ? I think I do 59

15 Finale " Hail the bride " 62

act u
"
1 Duet (Sir Ruthven and Adam) " I once was as meek 94
" "
2 Duet and Chorus (Rose and Richard) Happily coupled are we 97
"
3 Song (Rose, with Chorus of Bridesmaids) " In bygone days 103
"
4 Chorus of Ancestors (with Solos, Sir Ruthven and Sir Roderic) " Paintedi emblems < 106
"
5 Song. (Sir Roderic and Chorus) " When the night wind howls 111

" "
6 Chorus He yields 118
"
7 Duet (Margaret and Despard) " I once was a very . 122
"
8 Trio (Margaret, Sir Ruthven and Despard) " My eyes are fully open 126

9 Melodrame . 134
"
10 Song (Hannah, with Sir Roderic) " There grew a little flower 135
"
Finale " Oh, happy the lily when kissed by the bee 137
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fcfc
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for to see!) Si -
a
lent
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is
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for he's
J'

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mod-est and a - fraid- (Hey,_ but he's ti-mid as a youth can beli

wail- for to weep, (Hey,_ but he's wretched as a youth can be!)

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She's ve - ry thin, and she's ve - ry pale, (Hey, but she sick- ens as the

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days go by!) She can-not tell him all the sad,_ sad truth-
days go by!) Dai - ly she goes for to weep- for to wail-

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but
j
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think that
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lit - tie maid will die!i


ROBIN ,7^ OT/

Poor
J- J' i

lit -
i.o

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tie
J
man!
i

(Hey, but I think that lit - tie maid will die!) Poor lit - tie maid!
rail.

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a tempo

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Poor
Poor
«y>J
little maid!
little man!
s

ROBIN
Poor
Poor
w
lit-tle
lit-tle
maid!
man!
Now tell me pray, and

ROBIN m Poor
£p^t
lit-tle man! Now tell me pray, and
Poor lit-tle maid!

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ROSE fe^
tell me true, What
V • >

in the
t>r~r 1

world should the maid -en do?
^n 3. If

ROBIN m * * m ;jn j
tell me true, What in the world should the young man do?

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were the youth, I should
i
of -
Ju>
fer
^
her my name- 'Hey,
i
but
J^ J
her face
i
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a

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sight for to set!) If I were the maid, I should fan his hon-est flame-

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ROBIN Se
'Hey
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but he's bash-ful as a youth
i
can
J
be! 1
ROSE
jj'

If
|
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I
J'J'

were the youth


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I should

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ROBIN
ROSE s Vp
speak to her
P'T
to - day-
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(Hey,
JnJ'
but
J'

she sick- ens


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as
j,
the
I
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days go
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by!)
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rail.

ROBIN
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were the maid
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would meet
Ju^5 J'J
a
the lad
s

-
j>
half-
j>i j>j
way— (For I
i I
real -

ly
^fl
do be -
I a g
lieve that ti - mid

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Poor lit-tle man!


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Poor
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lit-tle maid!
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Poor lit-tle man!
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a tempo
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yg'
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t

ROSE S * £^ 5
thank you, sir, for your coun - sel true; I'll

ROBIN 5 J b =££
Poor
¥
lit - tie maid! thank you, miss, for your coun - sel
#-=

true;
0-
I'll

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ROBIN

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NQ? 5 & 6 CHORUS OF BRIDESMAIDS AND SONG-(Richard)

Piano
Allegretto con spirito

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CHO sea
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Comes young Rich-ard, all vie -
a

to -
a

rious! Va - lo-rous is he— His a -


s
chieve-ments all are

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CHO. glo - rious! Let the wel - kin ring With the news we bring.

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i wm m
CHO. Sing it- shout

^
it- Tell bout it- Shout

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CHO.
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Safe
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and
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sound re-turn-eth
r i r
he, All vie - to
S=F
- rious
^^
from the sea! Safe.

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r ' r if
CHO. and sound, All vie - to from the

ill S ^J lJ ) J
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sound re - turn-eth he. All vie - to - rious

H^H j^-ffff

9#^ ^^ RICHARD

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shipp'd,
Capt'n
T^
dye
he up
see,
fm
in
and he
a
M Re
says,
- ve - hue
says
T"f sloop,
he,
jHI
And,_
That_
off
chap
(

Cape
we
i
1

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Fi
need
1

J
- ms
not
g

up with our helm, and we scuds be - fore the breeze, As we gives a com - pas - sion - at - ing

m $ ¥ i

- tere,
fear,—
$A
We can
mer
take
-

her, if
m
chant -man
p
we
we
r
see,
like,

A
She is
i
sar -
m
French-man, go
tin for
-
p
ing
to
r
free,
strike,
So
For
we
she's
cheer; Frog - gee an - swers with- a shout As he sees us go a - bout, Which was

3.
f f
E^ F

MM
made
on -
for
ly
the
a
bold
darned
Moun
Moun
-

-
seer,
seer,
m
D'ye see?
D'ye see?
^=d gpPF
We
She's
made
on -
for
ly
the
a
bold
darned
Moun
Moun
grate - ful of the poor Aloun - seer, D'ye see? Which was grate -ful of the poor Moun

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seer
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But
m'PMC
she proved to be a
i ^ P£
Fri - gate, and she up
h

with her
1)

ports,
J^ J' J ^e#
And —
.
seer But to fight a French fal lal—- it's like hit - tin' of a gal,— It's a
- seer And I'll wa - ger in their joy they kissed each o - ther's cheek, (Which is

* p* %
§E
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RICH.
r
fires
lub -
with
ber
MPMpif
-
a
ly
thir
thing
- ty
for
-

to
two!
do;
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j
It

For
y
I

come
p

we, our with


m
un - com - mon
all
f r
near,
faults,
EEE
F?
But
Why
we
we're
what them fur - ri - ners do), And they blessed their luck - y stars We were

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RICH. 3fe

an-swer'd with
stur -
J>

dy Brit
J^

-
J
a
ish
cheer,
salts,
Which
While
Wt?
she's
* £5

on
m

-
mm
pa-ra-lysed the Par
ly a poor
- ly
Par-ly
-

-
voo,
voo,
^m
D'ye
D'ye
r>

see? Which
see? While she's
£

har - dy Brit - ish tars, Who had pi - ty on a poor Par-ly - voo, D'ye see? Who had
.rr\

p
,

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— i^£

RICH.
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^
pa - ra - lysed the Par - ly - voo! Which pa - ra - lysed the Par - ly
on - ly a poor Par - ly - voo! While she's on - ly a poor Par-ly-
pi - ty on a poor Par - ly - voo! Who had pi - ty on a poor Par-ly-

4— t
if

3 rd verse
SOLO RICHARD fy
CHO.
r
voo,
'oo,
voo,
'fj
Dye D'ye see?
D'ye see?
f p
which
Which"
While
i

she's
i

on
w
pa - ra
f a - Ivsed
- ly a
p
lysed the Par
poor
r
-
j
ly
Par-ly
i
-
-
i
r
voo!
voo!
-^Imhi 2.
3.
Then our
So we
voo, D'ye see? Who had pi- ty on a poor Par-ly - voo! r\

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N9 6a HORNPIPE
2nd time melody gve higher

I £ ms a
£ » »—
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Piano

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SONG - ( Robin, with Richard

^m
Allegro molto vivace
Robin m i. My
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boy, you may
m^
take it from
2. Now take, for ex - am-ple, my
3. As a po - et, I'm ten-der and

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Piano
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ROBIN S
me,
case:
^O That of
I've a
all
I J
the af
bright in - tel -
-
J, p|g
flic-tions ac
brain-
lee - tu - al
- curst
j
>
With which
In
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all
I
a
Lon-don
J' I I I
man's sad-died
ci -
And
ty There's
quaint I've pas - sion and fer-vour and grace- From O - vid and Hor-ace To

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ROBIN I n p
ham-pered and ad-dled, A
1 1 s
dif - fi-dent na-ture'sthe worst.
no one so wit - ty— I've thought so a - gain and a- gain.
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Though
I've a
cle-ver
high-ly
as
in
cle-ver can
- tel - li - gent
Swin-burne and Mor-ris, They all of them take a back place. Then I sing and I play and I

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be—
i
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pipp
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of
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ear-
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ly
1

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ro-mance-
i^
»f 'if
You must stir
rr
it and stump

— *^

it,
#•

And
face My fea - tures can-not be de - nied — But, what- ev - er I try, sir, I

pmm fn f~n mm
paint: Though none are ac - com-plished as I, To say so were trea-son: You

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2nd & 3rd verses


ROBIN i i J' i j j up j^ j ^ i «M hi$ .

blow your own trum-pet, Or trust me, you have -n't a chance,
fail in— and why, sir? I'm mod-es - ty per - son - i - fied!
ask me the rea - son? I'm dif- fi - dent, mod- est, and shy!

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If

li
you

bpe
wish in

ff^fi wit
the world to ad-vance, Your me - rits you're

H
bound to

M
en.

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ROBIN ^=^ £ I J' J- ii


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hance, You must stir it and stump it, And blow your own trum - pet, Or,

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ROBIN
1st 2nd times 3rd time f
*" S^ #

m
trust me, you have - n't a chance. chance. If you wish in the world to ad
y RICHARD
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If
§
you wish
i
in the world
* — m to ad .

r"p i
r r r

ROBIN y5=$= j jo J^ i i^pf^s a 1 5 n J' i


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vance, Your me - rits you're bound to en - hance, You must stir it and stump it, And

RICH.
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vance, Your me - rits you're bound to en - hance, You must stir it and stump it, And

''UJ^ cJ-f-E^ I '

cUulJ LlJ ' (M


ROBIN Jl

blow your
J'
j
own trum
p
- pet,
p
J'
Or,
i
p
trust
»p
me,
j
you
J-
have - n't
I
Ji

a
i
p
chance!
b j
v ia

RICH.
Ji

blow your
I i
own trum
p
- pet,
p
jmp
Or, trust
up
me,
p
you
j'
have -
J'
n't
J
a
1

f
chance!
m i p
t^k * * * * h

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N?8 DUET- (Rose and Richard)

Richard
P
Allegro moderato

W M VJ J feS
The bat-
P
roar o ver,
P
O my

^
tie's is -

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^#^ £ ^
RICH. mtt== &=£
p p P' p
p'
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love I Em - brace thy ten - der lov - er, O my love! From

¥m tn i' \
n^n^ \yi^nm
si
RICH.
*
ife*
tem -
p
pests wel
r
-
p
ter,
p
j.

From wars
j>j
a-larms,
W
O
'

give
r' ^ me shel
^
ter With- in- those

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-

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J
g r
r
r
r
f^£ r
r
r I

RICH.
* a? Cf^'P
fe* 1

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arms, O give me shel - ter With-in those arms!

n&m
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RICH.
£
-lur-ing, AU heart
m
- ache
m
cur-ing, Gives peace en - dur-ing, O my

m &^k £ 3» J
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aa, #«& #sa>. *2&
rit.

RICH. ^> i

r
lovel
, rlrr%p
O- my
i
J
lovel
'| J
ROSE

If
l^-fr
heart both true and ten-der,0
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mylovel
1
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P$ iEES
jj- ^i ^ PiS
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J»n7.

^
ROSE fe^ P-fVWfW Hi
life-lovecan en-gen-der,0 my love!
^A truce
fc
^^
to sigh-ing, And tears of brine, For

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gp ^ ^=£
f BE
ROSE g.IeMs PP r r r r nggpi^
joy un-dy -ing Shall aye be mine, For joy un - dy - ing Shall aye be mine, And

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ROSE

I
te^fe -f-w
££
p |
*:
£ £
thou — and I, love, Shall live_ and die, love, With
RICHARD

* £^E And thou and I, love,


s=p Shall live and die, . love, With

-A I
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# $*>. #«&>. *

—p—
ROSE m 0 p-

m

out _ a sigh, love, With-out a sigh,. My own, my

RICH. M^w
-out a
m sigh, love,
#

With-out
— p-

a sigh,_ My own, my

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dim.
p "if
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*

ROSE
P love! And thou and I,
r
love,
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Shall
f^
live and

RICH.
m I ri

lovel
* 00*
And thou and I, love,
1= 1 J
Shall
J
live and
1

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1^ MJ^h
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m& d^ mmi
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ROSE

RICH.

ROSE %m r
My
r
own,
r
my love!

IE
RICH.
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My
f
own, my love!

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N9 9 ENTRANCE OF BRIDESMAIDS

Allegretto

Piano
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BRIDESMAIDS
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If well his suit has sped, Oh, may they soon be

fe^E ^^
m. m. *.

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gfe I i M4 fc H py 5 B 1 J^E^fr

BRI mds

say? In sing - ing are we jus - ti-fied, In sing - ing are we

IS ?
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jus-ti-fied,
^
"Hail the Bride-groom,hail the Bride,
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Let the nup-tialknot be
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tied:
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In-fair

P^rm 3^ 33

£^ ^
BRImds. S
phra -
^^
ses Hymn their prais -
^T^
es, Hail the Bride -groom-hail the
£
Bride?
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N?10 TRIO- (Rose, Richard,and Robin)

Allegro vivace

Rose
I
te i i m m In
\p
sail - ing o'er
t
life's
g
o -
g
cean

Richard $M \ \ ^g ?==» (I
g P g g

Robin
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In sail - ing
J^

o'er
i
life's
J^

o -
I
cean

Allegro vivace

Piano

ROSE
j £Tp p lJ iP" g p p p
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j> p p p p p g
wide Your heart should be your on - ly guide; With sum-mersea and fav-'ring

RICH. S
>
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wide
PT P
Your heart should be
J ^^
your on- ly guide;
Igi With sum-mersea and
B i i
fav-'ring
i

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ROBIN g i
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m $
3^5 fe^
With sum-mersea and
£E$

^
wide Your heart should be your on-ly guide; fav-'ring

pig^ E il l

s n^siiu-
» *

18311 Chappell
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ROSE
I eWe
wind.
1 1
Your -
i
self
Mf
in port
r r r p &
you'll find.

RICH. E£
*^
wind Your -self in port you'll sure-ly
sui find.

ROBIN

RICHARD

My heart says, To this maid-en strike— Shes cap-turd you. She's just the sort of girl you like—

gjj g gg Egg
1 g =S
tfr^r^ rrfy^rre H f r h h?

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it-* te pi>
i £^
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p p J h ^p

RICH.
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says to
p
me
p j
quiteplain,
hp i p
Thisheart of minel
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This heart of minel

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ROBIN

My heart says, "You'vea pros-pr°us l ot i


With a - cres wide; You mean to set-tie allyouVegot

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Up-onyourbride.
m^ It dont pre -
±rai
tend to
^H>
ij,

shapemy
ji

acts
hA
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By word or
i

sign;
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ROBIN $** i J'


k
i-
states these sim-ple
J'
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facts,
i»v This heart of mine,
^
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sail - ing o'er life's o - cean wide
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ROSE
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find AA hport
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N911 RECIT. and ARIA-(Margaret)

Piano

MARG. na.hnjwu"
lark O-ver the cot.
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MARG.

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&
I re - mark, - fort me not!

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ver the ri -
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each No-thingto me!..
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MARG.
(Chuckling) He ! he', he!
Ega
Mad.
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ties,
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to
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ther flow-ers,
half hid- den,
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that
ders through
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its

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bow
bid -
- ers Toy
den Yet
- ing
might
with
fall
the
up -
wan
on
- ton
her
ro
pe
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ses,
tals,

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MARG. m > B
thewan-ton ro
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ses,
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Who. up - ris - ing from their
ig
beds,
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JOJ^M
a - pout-ing, Nev-er
heart, But, a - las, the cruel a - wak-ing, But, a - las, thecruel a- wak-ing Set her

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N?12 CHORUS

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GIRLS
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feet- ed greet-ing. Heart - y greet - ing, heart y — greet - ing

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MEN
sud-den tran-si-tion Is sim-ply E-ly-sian. Come, A- ma-ryl- lis. Come.Chlo-e and Phvl-lis. Yoi

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GIRLS

clum-sy clod-hop-pers With ax-es and choppers, And shep-herds and ploughmenAnddrovers and cow-men,

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GIRLS
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sud-den tran-si-tion
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GIRLS

MEN

HI fofifijii

GIRLS =^3T

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come,

come,
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wel-come,wel-come,wel-come
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N9.13 SONG — (Sir Despard) and CHORUS

Andante misterioso
Sir Despard
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j i- fcM-
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JO i
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sad?
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Can't guess!
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Can't guess!

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i
why am
ml Mi^I guil - ti - ly mad?
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cause I
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-frff
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bad!
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Oh why am
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Sir DES.
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work-ings of con-science, of course, And hus - ki - ness stands for re - morse, „ At

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ray!
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CHO.

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ployed - Your ex - pres - sion gets warped and des troyed: It's a

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pen al-ty few can void; once was

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CHO.

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4A 11
Sir DES.
I bn truth!
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Sir DES.
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ly as Im
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N914 DUET— (Richard and Sir Despard)

Allegro vivace

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I think so too: 111 read-i - ly bet it Youllne-ver re-gret it! For du - ty, du - ty
RICH.

2nd Verse m r P i j^ir


are her chums. But du - ty, du - ty

1st Verse

SirDES.
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neat - ly plannd.
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a
To

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/i , Sir DESPARD. each verse

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must be done: The rule ap-plies to ev - 'ry one, ful though that du - ty be, To

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the task
J^ I N
were fid-dle-de-dee. To
N J^ J i'U J^
shirk the task-

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p p p p
were fid -dle-de.
if pxp p p
fid-dle-de. fid-dle-de,
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j p ^p
fid- dle-de,

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were fid -dle-de.
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fid-dlede.fid-dlede- dee!.

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N9 15 FINALE— ACT I

Allegro non troppo

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Piano

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pesante
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Hail
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the Bride of
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cj
seven -
p r p i

teen sum-mers: In
r gpppfair phra-ses

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her prais-es:

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GIRLS
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Smil-ing sum-mer
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beams up-on_ her

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Shed-dingev-'ry bles-sineon her: Maid-ens,ereet her -Kind-ly treat her- You may all be

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brides some day!

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Hail the Bride-groom who_ ad - van- ces, A - gi - ta - ted, Yet e -

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la - ted. He's in eas - y cir - cum - stan - ces. Young and lust - y. True — and

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GIRLS
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Smil-ing sum-mer beams up-on her,

MEN **F=*
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MEN
in^Fif'Tif if
You may all, may all be brides some day!

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ROSE

ROSE
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buds_ are

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blos-som-ing, Smil-ing wel-come to the spring, Lo - vers choose a wed -ding

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day
Dri f
Life
a is
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love
J
in mer - ry May, Life
m love, life
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in mer - ry May! Fa la la la la la la la! Fa la la la la
HANNAH
I J J'J^im t r J^ J»J
Fa la la la la la la la! Fa la la la la
RICHARD
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m ^
ADAM

Fa la la
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CHORUS. SOPRANOS y
Spring is green Sum-mer's rose.

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fa^S
ROSE
la la
j
la!
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It is sad
r r
when sum-mer
tf
r mJ
goes,
J
Fa
r
la.
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p
Fa
i
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la!

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la la
l

lal
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It is sad
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when sum-mer goes, Fa
^m la la la la! Fa la la!

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RICH.
la
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la!
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is sad
f
crcrrrin&i JTJJ
when sum-mer
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goes, Fa la!
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Fa
j
la
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la la la la la!

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la la! It is sad
r m

when sum-mer
.

goes, Fa
r r
la!
j
Fa
\r
la
u
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la
^^
la la la!

te
CHO. CHORUS. TENORS

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Fa la la la la la la la! Win-ter still is far a

HANN mrfrTj^
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Fa
m la la la la! Win-ter still
^w is far a -

ADAM '>* I J
Fa
r
la
r
la
^^ la la! Fa la la la
J
la!
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Win-ter
J 1 still
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f
a

CHO.
£=£
mm ^^
gold, Win-ter's grey,.

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jCHORUS
ROSE
It

way,
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a - way- Fa
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Leaves in
P P

au
P

turan
P

fade
m
and

^
- far la la la la! - fall,

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HANN. a*
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RICH.

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way- Fa
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in
t

au-tumn
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fade and fall,

p
ADAM *>* 1 Hr r f^ft l^teE^
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Win-ter is the end


W
of all. Fa
r^F la la

cresc.

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u^r r
Win-ter is the end of all. Spring and sum-mer teem with glee: Spring and sum-mer
CHO.
cresc.

^
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la la,

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la la la la la la la la! Fa la la la la la la la!

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CHO.
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then, for
J
me!
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Fa
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la la la la la la la la la! Fa la! Fa la la la la! Fa
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sum-mer, then, for me! Fa la la! Fa la la la la la! Fa

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HANNAH 2nd verse

In the
-0 — m
w
spring-time seed
m- & is sown: In the

la
m la la la la la la la
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la!

0
CHO. la la la la la la la!

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la!

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HANN.
I the
ife
time for
g sleep, Win
^^ _ tne

SS
the
is

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ii

si r e
i
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8?
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r -
HANN.
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— ) J J» J. j, I J» j. j h-r^hti
time_ for sleep. Fa la la la la la la la! Fa la la la la
RICHARD
£
£ i r r r
Fa la la la la! Fa la la

m CHORUS. SOPRANOS J*
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f

Fa la
m_

la
i
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i

la la

y im 3H*
Spring is hope

m Sum-mer's joy.

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ROSE
la la la!
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Spring and sum-mer nev-er
r »r 1 cloy, Fa la_
H
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p pn
la la
J
la!
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Fa

HANN m0^
la la la! Spring and sum-mer nev-er
m
cloy,
u
Fa
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ttw
la la la la! Fa la

RICH.
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la
J
la!
r
Spring
r
and
i r gssgg
sum-mer nev-er cloy, Fa_ la!
r4¥-r--w g
Fa la la la la la la!

ADAM m e^=f
s
la la! Spring
r
and sum-mer nev
r r
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r
er
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f
c I°yi Fa
r r
la!
i
Fa
i

r
la
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la
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la la la!

CHO. V a CHORUS. TENORS

Au-fumn,

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1 m m fFty
ROSE
'r f'MCK""
Fa la la la la la la la! Win-ter. af - ter_ all.

HANN
± >-j
Fa
m^^^m
la la la la la la la! Fa la la la la!
0
Win-ter, af -
*&±
ter_ all, is

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RICH. i r ff p>p ff i
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ADAM &m Fa la la la la!


mm Fa la la la la! Win-ter,
'

af - ter all, is

CHO.
Win-ter, rest.

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ROSE
i v

best,
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af - ter all,
m
Fa la la la la!
cjr r
Spring and sum-mer
r i r
plea -
g
sure you,

HANN &
best, af-ter all, Fa la la la la Spring and sum-mer plea - sure you,

RICH.

best, af-ter all, Fa la la la la! Fa la la la la la Spring and sum-mer plea - sure you,

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best, af-ter all, Fa la la la la Spring and sum-mer plea - sure you,

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if -if, if If

Au -
P

tumn, aye, and win -


&ter too- Fa la

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cresc.

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Au - tumn, aye, and win - ter too- Ev - Vy sea - son has_ its_cheer,
CHO.
cresc.

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Au -
r f
tumn, aye,
r
and win - ter
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too-
J
Ev - 'ry
J
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cheer, Life is

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la la la I Fa la.

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Life is love - ly all the yearl Fa la la la la la la la la la! Fa lal Fa,


CHO.

I love - ly all
f r>
the
Eg

year.
p f
Fa la
i r
la
j
la
J

la
^m^ m
la la la la la la! Fa

f
m
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cheer, Life is love - ly all the year Fa la la! Fa

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m pppla la la la la
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la!
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Fa
JlJl
la la
Mr
la la la
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la
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la
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la

la!

CHO.
pi la la la
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la!
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la la la! la la la la la la la!

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m T M p m u ^QT
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r-m

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s Allegro agitato SIR DESPARD

Hold, Bride
tri
and Bride 'groom, ere you wed each

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ff
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IP '
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Sir DES.
*
a tempo

S Piu lento

i
m
o - ther, I claim

"Ct
young Rob -in

TT
as my eld -

^£:
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er bro -

^
ther!

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Sir DES.

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1
Sir DES.
I right -
77i
ful
i

ti - tie I
*
have long en -
\
joyed: I claim
*him
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, I
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f=^t
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m ^^ ^g^ pup s J mJ i

ROSE Guz7dZy)

Sir DES. 1
as Sir Ruth-ven Mur - ga - troyd! De
y_

CHO.
O won der!

/^
as Hi
\>sx

^^
O won der!

ROSE u *r
r
i
J
g
£#
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-

ny the false -hood, Rob - in, as you should! It is a plot!

&
r^w%
m "7^3 ^P
r i t r r *
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p ^#
ROBIN

> <<p
I
J
would,
^ if
i JOJ^j
con-sci - en- tious-ly
J
I
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could,
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ROBIN

CHO.

Segue

Andante moderato

M i^j^p-^ij p^
,

ROBIN
*3 " > *
l
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p |
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p
As pure and blameless pea-sant, I can- not, I re - gret, De-ny a truth un-

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f J
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ROBIN
I
1
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plea-sant,
j>

I
i
;.j>-&
am that Ba-ro-net!
pg
SOP./*

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But when com-plete-ly ra-ted
J^

Bad

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He is that Ba-ro-net!
CON4L

CHO.
# He
Bgi
is that Ba-ro-net
TEN./f I k. L .

t He is that Ba-ro-net!

9i
BASSy
r7
He
1 1 g
Ba-
im
i

^W
is that ro - net!

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ROBIN j J'Jlp
Ba-ro-net am
l J

I,
E|P
That I
J
am what
>

JlJ>J>|Jlj
he's sta-ted 111
l

reck-less-ly
j a^
de-ny
%
& CON.

I m SOP.

f p
He'll reck-less-ly
JJftitt
de -

TEN.
1
k
CHO. i
r I P P p p mii
Hell reck-less-ly de
BASS

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Hell reck-less-ly de

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f^ fe ms s
ROBIN
pi
Vivace

* y) 1 ^ 1
When Im
1
1

a
J'

bad Bart.
(
i

I will
p i n
tell
pn
ta -
f
^
ra- did -dies!

I 1 I

ny! He'll
CHO.

n.ivt i j ; i m ~g
ny! He'll
Vivace

, A ,
TUTTI RO P IN . TOTTI

tell ta- ra-did-dles when he's a bad Bart.! Ill play a bad part on the fals-est of fid-dies. On
TUTTI
ve- ry false fid-dies he'll play a bad part! But un-til that takesplace I must be con-sci-en- tious Hell

iiiiii l iUfU
k
) :

^ w
ntifi'ii fiiifiii l

**=*?
ROBIN TUTTI

TUTTI
h*> rnn-sri-pn-tinns
be con-sci-en-tious nn
un - til takesnlace.Then
that takes with pooderaceto
place.Then a - dieu withgoodgraceto mv
my mo-rals sen-
sen-ten-tious*
ten- tious! , To

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gj ^ 7 y ^=^ J) 7 7 J) JEJi &ES li

CHO.
tv A J' m
mo-rals sen-ten-tious
j j >a
A -
;
dieu with good grace!
j
^^^^#
A -

yfHffigl^
dieu with good grace to his mo-rals, his mo-rals
f
sen

m g
4
1 1
mo-rals sen-ten-tious
1 1 P
A
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-
fffEf
dieu with good grace! A - dieu with goodgrace to his mo-rals, his mo-rals sen-

m cJJ
ROBIN m ^^ J^p a | |

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g ||)-p.p J)
When Im a bad Bart. I will tell ta - ra - did - dies! On
V
ikil p^^ p i

tes
H'i'i' i'l i'i'i'
ten - tious! When he's a bad Bart, he will tell ta - ra - did - dies! On
CHO.

aI ten - tious!
i s i

When
«
P
he's
ii
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a
«

bad Bart, he
#

will
r-M

tell
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ta -
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ra - did- dies!
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ROBIN
fcf M 1 MJiJ'i.bMj'J'p |IP P pp ^a
^ jj m
I

m jmjj'
P .

ve ry false fid-dies 111 play a bad part! Ill play a bad part on the fals-est of fid- dies, And

H
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—bad* i
j j'j i

CHO. ve - ry fafse fid-dies He'll play a part! Hell play a bad part on the fals-est of fid-dies, And

g ppgp ve - ry false fid-dies He'll


[?Flfy(?p(?^t?lgpp(?p^l(yppF
play a bad part! He'll play a bad part on the fals-est of fid- dies,
p p
And

ROBIN
^^ 1>
*^i
J> ]> I J J> i i ^F^F

CHO.
M^^ ^ tell

tell
ta

ta
-

-
ra

ra
-

-
did-dles

did-dles
when I'm

when hes
I
a

JlJlJlJ^^
a
bad Bart.!

bad Bart.! Whenhes


I
^Jp
a
PP
bad Bart, he will
I ff

tell
PP
ta -
J '

ra-did-dles!
^
On

i s mm>mhp j^l g g gggn i


^y g g g
tell ta - ra - did-dles when he's a bad Bart.! Whenhe's a bad Bart, he will tell ta- ra-did-dles! On

CHO.
^p ve-ry
p
j j> j) j,
false fid-dies he'll play
i
jij>
a
j ;^
bad part,
-Mj^
He'll play a
r
bad part
p
on
$
the
m p^^
fals-est of fid-dies, And

s
r-\)'Jt
ve-ry
p m b
false fid- dies he'll play a
ic p P PtP
bad part, He'll
i

play
P p F
a
p?P|Hy ^^
bad part on the fals-est of fid-dies, And

V :

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p^ T 1

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ft Jrj* J A
=4^ 4
CHO.
pp
tell ta - ra -
Ji

did- dies
A
When he's
IJl J*

a bad Bart., A
•a k.,,
bud Bart.!
:.! L Whe
When

m $^m m
v
tell ta - ra-did-dles When
i
f
he's
p
a
Wm f
bad Bart., Whenhe's
i
f r r r r"p s
a bad Bart, he will
i

tell ta - ra - did-dles, Whpn

P^=§£# LLTOff §=£

S 7 5 S P 5 1 l [T 8 ^ ^f^^ F

=4J i g!
<Hh*^HEH>l> * rw»
CHO. he's a bad Bart, he will tell ta - ra-did-dles,
f=f
A bad Bart.!.
c
On

»
s
he's
Hff
a
ffff
bad Bart, he will
i
f 1 1
tell
f | | iFT
ra-did-dles,
ta - play
IT y y>p

bad part on the He'll a


|
P P
fals -est of
impf
fid-dies. On
»'

^
•0-

S^ m %
3^ S-* .» 1

| ji

ve -
jii

ry
i
JJip
false fid-dies,
p
on
|
ve -
g
ry
p
false
u p "p
fid-dies
\
he'll
i

p
play.
:

- ^p a
HE
bad

mHnn
CHO.
s

ve - ry false fid-dies, on
if
ve -
if
ry false
hi fid-dies he'll
f~~
play_
I
yi bad

fm m^ i$m turn
•*"
oj-oj- mm m^m
CHO.

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80 SOLO
ZORAH RICHARD
J-
m r
p~ g p Jijpj v ir m i js j j> i

j fry \«

^
Who is the wretch who hath be - trayd thee? Let him stand furthl Twas

m u** tf'iw
^m s ^m $ E
Molto vivace
RICH. m
b
J i "r
Hold,
- mm my conscience made me!

i fell ~~f~ Die,


inp jj

m
CHO. trai-tor!

- i Die,
Ii
trai-tor!
Molto vivace

Allegretto
maestoso
RICH. I ffkH * W asi tfi j
j
Withhold your wrath! With-

^
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TB^ofrcfr ^S
^^ A
W ^ijflj^ _p

a^ S^ s $w^g^
Ti?

^
3

3^
RICH.
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JJJf ^ i'^f^-^
7

in _ this breast there beats a heart Whose voice cant be gain - said. It bade me thy true

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RICH. ^^ rank impart, And


r
I
O at once
j;
yr
o - bey'd.
r*< flLfJ'^^
I
C3

knew'twouldblight thy

mmm P HIPP
3 3 3
1 Eg
ffPP P=F
'"Hi UJVf 5 I 5 * * * *~cg~*" | c [ |
Pf
r. ' :

§§§ E&
RICH.
m tj
%h
p r
bud-ding fate —
giiii
I knew 'twould cause
i i
thee
s
an- guish
~3~
great =_
^^ But did.

3_
I there -
t
fore

RICH.
hes - i-tate? No! I at once o-bey'd!

m
yrt
W m PP n
Acclaim himwho,whenhis trueheart
CHO.

agf sw ff f i
f y

p^m
gggijj fff^
eE j*^*?^

ft
^
[
m i
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f 1 ^r.J f j
UtifM b.

CHO. Badehim vnunpRn-


Radehim yuung Ro - bin's rank imnart.
impart, Im - me - diate-ly
diate-lv o -bey'd!
- be\

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i

f
:
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# # #

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Andante

I&
fat
fP^ m Uf
m
I f
V
Fare well! Thouhadst my

«ih}^di7l ^j,>yf »-i j \


f
^m 2==t * ^
as -^—
< <
ess hh ii",) j

ROSE #rt J

heart—
^ J-

'Twas quick-Iy wun!


^^ ^^5 P
But now we part— Thy face I shun!
^5
Fare-

Wi
m
fe4

wm j m p ^ t ehs
+-PP
lib

ROSE
*^ tt»»Hl
well! Cin
Go, hftlH
bend the Irnpp
th*» knee At
At vi
vi _
- cVs cVirin»»
f*»\: shrine, Of f*>
life
1 i \i/ t h
withi mo
me All Vinn^
All hope t-o _
re-

m
fat i
g c a r tfillli^
a:

*-* 0t «r itin
'> :
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J I f f I B i m ^^
m

ROSE

ROSE

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ROSE M Allegretto


Bride!
BRIDESMAIDS

ps (jj Iij
Hailthe
i
Bride-groom-hail the
i i
Bride! Whenthe
a
nup-tial
-J

knot
j
is
m
tied
§
Ev -'ry

pfh^pj^ ^lX W )7
i>
7
p W )7 7
1
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i )7
^J )7
P i
1
^^
^ ^
J>

v#i,»fii - 3s

«» Sir DESPARD
=» It

Ex-

BRimds.

Pa
a ii day
aay win
j
cnng some
will bring
j \

p
joy
j
That
i
can
i

j p*
nev -
fP
er, nev-er cloyl

£
fff
a* ^ ^
ROSE Sir DESPARD
Sir DES.
i
An
81 sa *—&
now—
._
irp r i
g

Pm
cuse me,— Im a vir-tuous per-son That's why I wed you! And

*— m *— m *m
U
^m at £ t
^l^MWW^Va 4a
m^m ^a^cf
HECIT.
MARGARET
Sir DES.
A^
ft r> p
mm a rz

my
1 H Have
r r"P

mmm mm mm nana &^


I to Mar - ga-ret must keep vow! I mis-

* 9=9

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a tempo

MARG.

MARG.
Im nr~r
^
kneel
# M
^m
be - fore you'.
I
Sir

I
DESPARD

once
m m %
dis - liked you; Now
m
thatlve re-

j F~Fj£f [ft i* ^j^ W?fi *zfe i


imn n i-B
p
wtft ?) H^ §^=§^ B f*
l
ff
rs

Sir DES.
um 5 *=&
> gt TT
i formed, How BRIDESMAIDS
Mg| I a - dore you!

I

jlgg \ \ \ \ d e^^
Bride-groom, the When the

wm
Hail the hail Bride!

Pips
g=g
~n~
j
p^ ^^
J>WJ^
^ l tj»V j*
E S

^ft §§ 2ee£

BRimds
P nup
N - tial
',i

knot is
I
i
1

tied,
3/ in
Ev - 'ry day will
f
bring
f
some
pg
joy.— That
i
can

r^F
j''*'
j^-*j*f-F#f* i
H'^ FPf 1

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ROSE

BRpnds.
~u fj *gj
jl nev-er,_
nev - er, _ nev - er cloy!
cioy:

t„ ^5 5 7 5f n i i I
SB J r J

ROSE
love be-reft,Throughthy
be de - sign,
J

Thou
J.

art
Jyj
the
^
on-
5

ly
r
te ftl
one thats

ftiJJ^J\i^jl^iWJiMjJi
w i gs^ # a r j r J »r J ^ r J

tlE
rose aSac
i

* left, So I am thine! BRIDESMAIDS

m §mmm n
;

8%
3K
W^m %^^=^ m
Hail the Bride-groom-hail the Bride!

m Hail the

s «l!
iry
i
y
1 f ?y?fr?i>f ?
p?f ?
S y vP v gE

±rfF
Si
ROSE
^
^^
Oh, ap-py the li-lyWhen
hdp-py
RICHARD
&¥W
Ig ffi££
happy the li-IyWhen

p MM
Oh,

BRimds. '^"
p i
Allegro con spirito

^
Bride-groom-hai! the Bride!
-0- *

pi ^3 ^h;^j»7yJb te>
iifi j oy-»
j''

"A 1 '
!
,!*
J3 ^B
F^
I a n npn r ^s
i 3d3b * I 5 pF¥
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ROSE n i FFf =fefe£ g


kiss'd bv the bee; And sipping tran-quil-ly, Quite h.ip - py is he;

RICH. sr kiss'd
r
by
p r
the bee;
1

And
f P
sipping tranquil-Iy,Quite
p p p ir
hap - py is he;

*fe
^= X
5 5 :Z
5=a E 1 V ^ 7 17 t -j 3 ^ E^^B ^O
5 5 , !

i
j
"
j
5

l^F
Wi. |
m <$ 2=fc=£3E3E -q-^- 5 S -?— T-
r^^r^^ff^'?

ROSE S And
^ ^^
hap-py the fil- ly That neighs in
S=5-»—3F-
herpride; But
tr. M^
happier than a - ny A

RICH.
# \)\ r
And
}
hap-py
J>

the
i i J
1

fil -
1

ly
1

& r
That neighs
r
in
p
herpride;
P g p ip
But happier than a
pm p
ny

A

jgg j j g j ja s ia j I J 1

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. ^-v— ? J) 7 s r3^^

»ei "V—T- 3 3 3rd


F^ 1 V F 1 >h
^^ 5 a r ^ ^=^=^

ROSE |fe J. JTJ -J>


p r p
iiJ- J~? p p p r
P i
-
f
" nmifiH
pound tn
to a
a npn.nv A
pen-ny, In
Io -
- vpt
ver_ i«
is, whpn he
when Pm.hra
hp Em-bra _
- rp'
ces his

RICH.
* e
pound to a pen - ny, A
HH
lo-ver is, when
faJ

he
j
Em-bra - ces his

fejj j' nj'M J'm IiJ'


? ? Jt i
j -1MH I r—
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3b
J
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Mh -^f—

P
93B P
7 7 ^ £ zsEE3fcEgSE3E5
Tj'n M £ 1
7*? j 5 a 7 7
f
:5rffc
P P

MARGARET
ROSE
bride!
i
gj jjji,^*— Oh, hap-py the flow-ers That bios
i-^
-
y
som
^
in June,

P^
Sir DESPARD
RICH.
a ^ fluw-ers
j a a
That bios som in June,
bride! Oh, ha - py the -.

IB j 7 7 J^^^RF^

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I
m
And
M'JUiJ
*
hap-py the bowers That gain
Ji .
^m by the boon, But
B
hap-pi«r
S
by hours The
87

Sir DES.
p And
g jg mnl
hap-py the bower? That gain
"
a
by
JO
the boon,
,|J
But
n
hap -pier by hours
J J l
The

P* H r p ggj f p * *

s rrr
1
* if ir 1 if ? C ? if |C if if #¥^rr^r^
g ? if
5 l 5 7 Eg 5 5
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IS
MARG. Si fcfefc ff^
li^'F p M
man of descent, Who, fol-Iy re-gret-ting,Is bent on for-get- ting His

Sir DES. ffi s1 V


I 1
E
¥f¥^
Urn
man

a a
of

>=¥
des-cent,

M v
Who,

i
fol-ly re-gret

S - ting, Is bent on for-get

g
-

g r
ting

g
His

v ^,:
=5=e i #^= ? ^v^ -*-*- jgg
» i * | g 7 1 ^ s F
I 5 5

MARG. Mil
"
J-
had
bad
J?
har
bar _
-
he Mr<>t _tin» 4n/1 means
i^n- et-ting,And
on- m*»anc
r
to
to
^ re
t**» - pent!
3=E
Sir DES.
fi i j p i ^^ E£
^
And means

^^
bad bar- on - et - ting, to re - pent!

$^i ffia ^ —_^=^ a a


F^ s a a s 5 5

f^f S
9$ »
i
?r a
I -» —y- | 5 If I T EJEff =S±E "T^f
I »
f
ZORAH

MM S MM
i

i S nuam
Oh,
HANNAH

Oh,
ADA M m m
f
hap-py the blos-som That blooms

i b i i
hap-py the blos-som That blooms
m m
* a
ft
p

m
s


lr

ft-
r
on

on
the lea

the lea,

g r
Like-wise the

Like -wise the

i
j.
^m
P

g
F
o

o
-

-
pos-sumThat

g
P*
pos -sum That

g g
Oh, hap-py the blos-som That blooms on the lea, Like- wise the o - pos-sumThat

Im
Ifcfe *-*- ^ ¥=m-
* # f-
,--i
^s %-^-^i- ^T=F -
?— ^^F EE1E!3E± =5=:*

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ZORAH tei
sits
^^ on a tree, When
=f=?
you come a-cross 'em, They
i
1

r P ir
can - not
r ^ corn-pare

HANN.
sits on
J'
a
J.
tree,
I

When
J. 1
you come a-cross 'em, They can - not corn-pare
m
With

ADAM m ft
-#j * m*
fMffhf r g
sits on a tree, \X'hen you come a-cross 'em, They can - not corn-pare

ZORAH
ft r
With
I
those
PM Hlf
who aretreading The dance
cTrffP-g. p
at_ a wed-dingWhile peo
l

r
-

-
ltef
ple_
^
are spreadingThe

HANN.
fr j> jqJ- I ji
^ja ^^
m
i

those who are tread - ing The dance at awed - ding, While people are spread - ing The

ADAM §s
With
g
those
FF s
ff

who aretreadingThe dance


ff fff
at
£p
a
p p
wed-ding,Whiiepeo
i r
-
f
pie
f
are spreading The

g^g
I r ex r r lj = r gj §g
|||j I s^F s «, p~<> v
fy «> ? p\ «?
£=7 •?
|
P'?vp?vt
5 5 I 5 5E

ROBIN

ZORAH
IIS best
t=
of
^
good
E g±
I
fare!
i ,j i r
Oh,
nVJ'jJ'jiu.
wretched the debtor Who's sign -
j
ing
^a deed!

HANN. mj 7
j
7
j
7
y
^^
best of guod fare!

ADAM gj I
best
V ^F^
of good fare!
3=T=

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ROBIN £
» w. — njy^j^j*
And

^ m JT^^
wretched the let-terThat

B
no

s^
one canreadl But

H
ve

B
- rymuch bet-ter Their

«
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|
I,

> fffri
^=g I

**

^ 5 7 L 5 T -t-T-*- g g 5
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f^f
k 5 5 *P S §
P=P 7 5 i 7 ¥= > g 7

ROBIN J) J. Iii J- ji
tf
j4-«M«HiiJ. j i^i
^ lot

-7—
it

I
must

*
be

I
) 7 7
Than

J-
that

|Ifl»JT3
of the per-son I m mak

i
J -
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J1J
this verse

J i
on.Whose

'^'p^p ^p -*>— 3- ^?a *=P


^g -V

ROBIN
I bp NTO r r r ^ 3=^
head there's a curse on-Al - lu - ding to mel
mi

i
^s §S '
i
J '
C-U
££iiE

S E jg . II
ere
mi

P
CHORUS

P w X=
Oh, happy the
££
li-ly When kissd by
J

the bee;
U* MT
I

And,
« n
B p
*
p
J>
sipping tran-quil-ly,Quitehap
i'-hll
* I*
-
i
py
i

gh
is he;

mr-mm Oh, happytheli-IyWhenkiss'd by


£
the bee; And,
i J> i j)
sipping tran-quil-ly,Quite hap
j j)
- py is
£
he;

P An
Oh,
pfppppT,
happytheli-IyWhenkiss'd
r^
by the bee; And,
pp mj
sipping tran-quil-ly,Quite hap
r, '
r
- py is
£
he;

Wf^
S2=F p rr f f p ir r g PF B B B B I
Oh, happytheli-IyWhenkiss'd by the bee; And, sipping tran-quil- ly.Quite hap - py is he;

SE 5 ff,,if,-tfJT tTti^f.ff^
T : %

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gin W- m ——
And happythefillyThatneighs
*^ #
in
#
herpride; But
r tpyttv
happier than a- ny A
i

pound
r gffiB
to_ a pen-ny, A

ft.
j- JJ'Jwij. j j' j. i j. j^;j^, i j. J JBj
CHO. And happythefillyThatneighs in herpride; But happierthana-ny A pound to a pen-ny, A

tk ppppppt
And happythefillyThatneighs
r
in
^ m
herpride;But happierthana
t
ny
i^^
A pound to a pen -
JEES3
ny, A

s PW?W
And happythefillyThatneighs in
g r-
herpride;
ir
But
pp p
happierthana-ny
p p p
A
i

pound
r r
to
^^ a pen-ny, A

ft.
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M"f
|p? y
i
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D«f rr Tr p^^
p -l 1 IVP7?P
1 1 V V 1

J.- >J>

P lo - ver
£^fe
is, when he Em-bra -
7 1

ces
r r
r
his
^
7
t— f
bride!.
s i * [

Em-bra
7 I
f
-
s

ces
I
s r
his
^
pm lo - ver is,
^m
when he Em-bra - ces his
p^f
bride
v i j

Em-bra - ces his


CHO.

g pppr r f ri ^r ^r »ir p^>


lover is,when he Em-bra - ces his brideL Em-bra - ces his

lo - ver is, when he Em-bra - ces his bride! Em-bra - ces his

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f
til** IV H
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J^ -i» Jr
se e=? iU B
^
bride !- Em - brB

I
& ^^ iU J

CHO.
bride ! Em -bra

v;-~* -
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p^M^f
bride! Em - bra

PFTE
bride! Em -bra

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1.

I S p=^ g i r j j

b
his bride !

i *j — -«^ £3
CHO. his bride !

K 3EES
his bride!-

*m his bride!
E— r i j

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END OF ACT I
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Act II.

N?l DUET- (Sir Ruthven and Adam)

Andante moderato

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Sir RUT.
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l
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Sir RUT
j% i
-troyd—
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ha! ha! And
1
1
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1 1 1
who was once
^p
his
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vol -ley -de -sham, As
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SIR RUTHVEN
as * ^
^ i ^'ij jo hJinjjjj j
,How dread - ful when an in - no-cent heart Be-

ADAM ^j g g
stew-ard
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Im now em-ployd—
i
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ha! ha!
1-
1

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How
BijibHrr-^r
dread -ful when
1
an
1
fr
in -
f^r^
no-cent heart Be-

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Sir RUT.
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up
force, a
i

bad
r
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"

young Bart., And


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still
J'
more hard
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on
ii
J
old
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ADAM m r
-comes,
p-f-J*
per -force, a bad
p
young
r
Bart.,
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on old
a

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ms
His

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Sir RUT.
I form - er faith -
p
ful
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ua/ - ley-de-sham, His
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form - er

t
faith - ful val

te
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it
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form

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s
faith-ful val

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Sir RUT.
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ADAM +hkrp
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m
-jftam, His val -ley -de

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His
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val-ley-de-sham, His
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His val-ley-de- sham,

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val-ley -de-sham, His val-ley,his .val-ley-de
de

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N9 2 DUET- (Rose and Richard) and CHORUS OF GIRLS

Allegro giojoso

^
te bU-tt- F^?
^=^ tt
^ * ±±
Piano

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f
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RICHARD

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I JJ'b ppp of
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RICH. ji j J> iji J> J*
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p

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you

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are the fair-est,

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The rich-est

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and rar-est Of in - no-cent lass - es you are, By far=_

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RICH. im :£ee
Of
p p
in- no -cent lass-es
V Mr J'
you are!
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p ^m
a fa-vour-ing

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fl
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r
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as for
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RICH.
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brave it to - geth - er, And you shall creep un - der my lee, My wee!

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RICH. i are
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| such a smart
p
lit-tle
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r
craft—
jj
Such
p
a
i

neat
Jl -

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lit-tle, sweet
i'^'ir^
lit-tle craft.
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j
little, light
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little,
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such a smart
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little
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craft—
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g
a
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neat
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little, sweet little craft. Such a

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ROSE

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My

;^umiji 10^
CHO.

blight little.tight
N jh
little, Slight
p ^uJjjVli
little, light little, Tiim tittle, ptim little craftl
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ROSE j i I p i g p I I J
1

J' 1 ^ J J'J'J'J'N
1
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w
hopes will be blighted, I fear, Mydear; In a monthyoifll be go-ing to sea, Quite free And

fit7? m ¥m i-r a—

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all of rny wish-es You'll throw As to the fish-es though they were nev-er to be; Poor me!.

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etae
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be,
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shall be left all a -

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p r
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your cru- el de
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ROSE
freedom by flirting With ev-e - ry wo-manyou meet, You cheat- Ah,- With

ROSE A A Ji>>
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h
J
e-ry wo- manyou meetl
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such a smart little craft— Such a neat little, sweet little craft. Such a

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little, prim
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CHO. m is such a smart lit- tie craft- Such a neat lit-tle , sweet lit- tie

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craft,
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fit-tie,
lit-
i
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Slight lit-tle, light
p
lit-tle

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ROSE A RICHARD
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fn m Trim lit-tle,
t
prim
mi
lit-tle craftl
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RICH. m m
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N9 3 SONG— (Rose, with Chorus of Girls, Sir Ruthven and Richard!

Rose j'ih
Andante
> rlJ'J^JypIr
In bygonedays I had thy
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bove, Our lives did part!
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By the old love thouhadst for me,
j
By the fond heart that beat for

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ROSE
r
thee-
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By
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joys
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now can be,
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Grant thou my prayerl

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pE ^
Sir ruthven Allegro vivace

Up
Take her I yieldl

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CHO.
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Oh rap turel
Allegro vivace
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CHO.

-way to the par- son we go— Say we're so-li - ci-tous ve-ry That

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CHO.
i
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he
;
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will turn
* * — —
two in- to
*
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one—
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*
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tt
hey,
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der

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w—*
ry down
m h^t

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For she

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„ ROSE . l v . RICHARD
RICHAI
RICH.

is such a smart lit-tle craft— Such a neat lit-tle, sweet lit-tle craft— Such a

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mjn
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RICHARD ROSE

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r
little- Slight little- Light little-
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little, prim little craft!


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p i

lit-tle
mj
Ah!.

craft!
M
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a bright
mm
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a- * s

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RICH.
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CHO. a =£»
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N94 CHORUS OF ANCESTORS, with SOLOS-(Sir Ruthven and Sir Roderic)

Grave maestoso

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BASSES

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curst
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SK=* 3±± ^m
tomed place Steps in - to the world once more!
CHO.

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CHO. Baronet ofRuddigore, Last of our ac-cur-sed line, Down up-on the oaken floor—
BASSES

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CHO.
Imi'i'i'i'lii:
Down up-on those knees of
j'in j

thine
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Cow-ard,
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pol-troon,
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CHO. Blockhead, sluggard, dul-lard, dreamer, Shirk-er, shuf-fler, crawl - er, creep-er,

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CHO. Snif-fler, snuf-fler, wail-er, weep-er, Earthworm, mag-got, tad-pole, wee-vil!

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CHO.
Set
K£S
up - on
^m
thy course of
tat:

e - vil Lest
3*&
the King_ of Spec -
0'

tre-Land

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CHO.

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^
RBCIT. Sir RODERIC RKCIT. Sir RUTHVEN

Sr E
Be-ware! be-ware! be -ware! Gaunt vi-sion, who art thou_That

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Sir RUT.

RODERIC

H
Sir

Sir RUT.

how?
i s l
*^ p
I am
p
the
JUi ppp"
spectre ofthelateSirRoderic
p p pit
Mur -
g
ga-troyd,
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Who

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IS #**•##•*

Sir ROD.
S 1
comes
M
to warn thee
| P i
that thy fate
*=*
Thou canst not now a
fil
- void.
^S Sir

A
RUTHVEN

- las,
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poor

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Sir RODERIC

Sir RUT. I feg


ghost!
g
The
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pi -
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ty you Express,for
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nothinggoes:
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We spec-tres are
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a jol-lier crew Than
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Sir ROD
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CHORUS
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a
p
you, per-haps, sup-pose! We
i
f-
spec-tres are
(i

a jol - lier crew Than you, per-haps, sup-pose!

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N9 5 SONG-(Sir Roderic)and CHORUS


Allegro energico
8

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Sir RODERIC

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When
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the night wind howls
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^
chim-ney cowls,
«•

and
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the bat
f Mr
in the moon -
^
light
j
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r r r jg i

Sir ROD.
£==$=$=££ V
ink - y clouds, like fu-neral shrouds, sail o - ver the mid - night

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Sir ROD. *
skies —
) 8
When the
I
foot - pads quail
^S
at the night - bird's wail, and

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Sir ROD.

Sir ROD. £ g g p
l^i^-of;
s Efe

ho - Ii - day . then is the ghost's high _ noon! For

, CHORUS.//"' »

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f
Ha! ha!

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^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

Sir ROD. 9^-^ 4* e £e f if »r Si


then is the ghost's high noon, high noon,.

i^m Ha! ha! high noon,.


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Sir ROD. g^# then is the ghosts high

CHO.
^F
^^ then is the ghosts
is
high

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N?6 CHORUS

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