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Utopia Limited



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UTOPIA

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OR,

THE FLOWERS OF PROGRESS.



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A RTHUR SULLIVAN.



CHAPPELL & CO., Ltd., 50, NEW BOND ST„ LONDON, W, 1. j,

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UTOPIA LIMITED;

OR,

THE FLOWERS OF PROGRESS.



Dramatis persona:.

King Paramount the First (King of Utopia)

£ {Judges of the Utopian Supreme Court)
Phantis )

TAKARA {the Public Exploder)

CALYNX (the Utopian Vice-Chamberlain)

Imported Flowers of Progress.

LORD DraMALEIGH (a British Lord Chamberlain)

Captain Fitzbattleaxe (First Life Guards)

Captain Sir Edward Corcoran, K.C.B. (of the Royal Navy)

Mr. GOLDBURY (a Company Promoter)

(afterwards Comptroller of the Utopian Household)

Sir Bailey Barre, Q.C., M.P.

Mr. Blushington (of the County Council)



The PRINCESS ZaRA (Eldest Daughter of King Paramount)

The Princess Nekaya")

> (her Younger Sisters)
The Princess Kalvba)

The Lady Sophy (their English Gouvernante)

S a lata

MELENE J- (Utopian Maidens)

Phylla



ACT I.— A Utopian Palm Grove.

ACT II. — Throne Room in King Paramount's Palace.



UTOPIA LIMITED;

OR, THE FLOWERS OF PROGRESS.



CONTENTS.



act h



NO.

i. Chorus and Solo {Phylla)

2. Chorus

a. DUET {Scaphio and Phantis) with Chorus ..

3. DUET AND DANCE {Scaphio and Phantis)

4. Chorus with Solos

a. SONG {King) with Chorus...

b. Duet {Nekaya and Kalybd)

c. Valse Song {Lady Sophy) with Chorus

5. SONG {King, with Scaphio and Phantis)

6. Duet {King and Lady Sophy)

7. CHORUS WITH SOLOS {Zara, Fitz., and Troopers)

8. Chorus with Solos {Zara and Fitz.)

9. QUARTET {Zara, Fitz., Scaphio, and Phantis) ..

10. DUET {Zara and Fitz.)

11 Finale

a. VALSE SONG {Zara) with Chorus

b. SONG {Capt. Corcoran) with Chorus ..

c. SONG {Mr. Goldbury) with Chorus



" In lazy languor"

" O make way for the Wise Men "

"In every mental lore"...

" Let all your doubts take wing"

" Quaff the nectar "

" A King of autocratic power we"

"Although of native maids the cream"

" Bold-faced ranger "

" First you're born "

" Subjected to your heavenly gaze " ...

" Oh, maiden rich "

" Ah ! gallant soldier "

" It's understood, I think "

" Oh, admirable art "

" Although your Royal summons to appear "

" What these may be "

"I'm Captain Corcoran, K.C.B."

" Some seven men form an Association "



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13. DUET {Zara and Fitz.) ... ...

14. Song {King)

15. Entrance of Court

16. Drawing Room Music

17. Unaccompanied Chorus

18. Duet {Scaphio and Phantis)

19. TRIO {King, Scaphio, and Phantis)

20. TRIO {Scaphio, Phantis, and Tarara) ...

21. SONG {Mr. Goldbury)

7.2. QUARTET {Nek., Kal., Lord D., and Mr. Gold.) ...

23. Recit. and
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24. RECIT. (King and Lady Sophy) ...

a. Duet (King and Lady Sophy)

b. Tarantella

25. Chorus

36 Finale ... .



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" Oh, Zara ! " and " A tenor, all singers above
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" Society has quite forsaken " ...



" Eagle high on cloudland soaring"

" With fury deep we burn "

" If you think that when banded "

"With wily brain"

" A wonderful joy our eyes to bless "
" Then I may sing and play ? "
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" Ah, Lady Sophy "
" Oh, the rapture unrestrained"

'" Upon our sea-girt land " ...
"There's a little group of isles"



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