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IVANHOE



A Romantic Opera



ADAPTED FROM SIR WALTER SCOTT'S NOVEL



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Arthur Sullivan



Arranged for the Pianoforte by ERNEST FORD



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Scene I. — The Hall of liotherwood . . . ... "Each day tlii.s reahii " ... ... ... 2

(RowENA, Cedrk , IvAxiiOE, TuE Templar, De Rr.vcv, I.sa.\c of York, axij Chorus.)

Scene II. — An Ante-room in Rothcrwood ... "O moon, art thou clad?"... ... ... 44

(ROWEN.A, IVAXlIdi:, AM) ISAAC OF YORK.)

Scene III. — The Lists at Ashby ... ... "Will there be no more fighting?" ... 61

(TUTTI.)



ACT II.

Scene I. — The Forest, Copmanhurst... ... "Strange lodging this" ... ... ... 97

(KiNc; RiciiARD. I-'kiar Tuck', Lockslev, and Chorus.)

Scene II. — A Passage-way in Torquilstone ... "Will not our captor dare?" ... ... 123

(RowENA, De Bracv, Cedric, Thf. Templar.)

Scene III. — A Turret-chamber in Torquilstone.

(Rebecca and Ulrica) "Whet the keen axes" 141

(Rebecca) " O awful depth " 151

(Rebecca and The Templar ... "Take thou these jewels" 155



ACT III.



Scene I. — A Room in Torquilstone "Happy with winged feet" 177

(Rebecca, Ulrica, Ivanhoe.)

Scene II. — In the Forest " Light foot upon the dancing green " ... 213

(Rowexa, Ivanhoe, King Richard, Cedric, Isaac of York, and Chorus.)



Scene III.— At Templestowc " Fremuere principes "

(Rebecca, Rowena, Ivanhoe," The Templar, King Richard, Cedric,
Isaac of York, and Grand RIastkr.)



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