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NEW EDITION.



THE SORCERER,

Hn ©dginal /Iftobern Comic ©pera

IN TWO ACTS.

WORDS BY

W. S. GILBERT.

MUSIC BY

ARTHUR SULLIVAN.



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DRAMATIS PERSONS.

Sir Marmaduke Pointdextre (a« Elderly Bnronet).

Alexis [of the Grenadier Guards, his Son).

Dr. Daly ( Vicar of Ploverleigh).

Notary.

John Wellington Wells {of J. Wells & Co., Family Sorcerers).

Lady Sangazure {a Lady of Ancient Lineage).

Aline {her Daughter — betrot'ied to Alexis).

Mrs. Partlet (a Pew Opener).

Constance {fier Daughter).

Chorus of Villagers,



ACT I.
Exterior of Sir Marmaduke's Mansion. Mid-day^

( Twelve hours are supposed to elapse between Acts J. and II.)

ACT 11.
Exterior of Sir Marmaduke's Mansion. Midnight.



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1. Chorus. " Ring forth, ye bells "

2. REClf. (Mrs. Partlet and Constance)

2a. Aria (Constance). " When he is here "

3. Regit, (kev. Dr. Daly)

3a. Ballad fZ'r. Daly). " Time was, when Love and I werr well acquainted "

4. Regit, and Minuet (Sir Marmaduke, Dr. Daly, and Alexis)

5. Chorus of Girls. "With heart and with voice"

6. Regit. (Aline) , ... ..

6a Aria. "Happy young heart"

7. Fecit. (Lady Sangazure) ... ... ... ...

8. Chorus of Men. "With heart and with voice"

9. Duet (Lady Sangazure and Sir Martnaduke)

10. Ensemble (Aline, Alexis, Lawyer, and Chorus). "All is prepared" ...

11. Ballad (Alexis). "For Love alone"

12. Song (Mr. Wells). "My name is John Wellington Wells"

13. Incantation (Aline, Alexis. Mr. Wells, and Clwrus)

14. Finale. "Now to the Banquet we press"

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15. Trio and Chorus

16. Ensemule (Constance, Notary, Alin', Alexis, and Chorus)

17. Ballad. "It is not Love"

18. Quintett (Aline, Mrs. Partlet, Alexis, Dr. Daly, and Str Marmaduke)

19. Regit, and Duet (Lady Sangazure and Mr. Wells)

20. Regit, and Air (Aline)

21. SOKG (Dr. Daly). " Engaged to So-and-so "

22. 'Eas&U-RhE (Aline, Alexis, Dr. Daly, and C/wrus)

23. Regit. (Alexis)

24. Finale ... ... ••• •»• ••• ••• ••• ••- '•• "••







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