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Gilbert & Sullivan Operettas - Alexander Young (tenor); April Cantelo (soprano); Bernard Turgeon (baritone); Denis Dowling (baritone);...
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  1. H. M. S. Pinafore (The Lass that Loved a Sailor), operetta
  2. Trial by Jury, operetta
  3. The Pirates of Penzance, operetta
  4. The Sorcerer, operetta: Overture : The Sorcerer
  5. Cox and Box (The Long-Lost Brothers), operetta: Overture : Cox and Box
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  1. H. M. S. Pinafore (The Lass that Loved a Sailor), operetta
  2. Trial by Jury, operetta
  3. The Pirates of Penzance, operetta
  4. The Sorcerer, operetta: Overture : The Sorcerer
  5. Cox and Box (The Long-Lost Brothers), operetta: Overture : Cox and Box
  6. Princess Ida (Castle Adamant), operetta: Overture : Princess Ida
  7. Overture (In Memoriam), for orchestra in C major: Overture in C (In memoriam)
  8. Patience (Bunthorne's Bride), operetta
  9. Symphony in E major ("Irish")
  10. Iolanthe (The Peer and the Peri), operetta
  11. Overture di ballo, for orchestra in E major: BBC Symphony Orchestra
  12. The Mikado (The Town of Titipu), operetta
  13. Ruddigore (The Witch's Curse), operetta
  14. The Tempest, incidental music, Op. 1: I: Introduction
  15. The Tempest, incidental music, Op. 1: IV: Prelude Act III
  16. The Tempest, incidental music, Op. 1: VI: Banquet Dance
  17. The Tempest, incidental music, Op. 1: VII: Overture Act IV
  18. The Tempest, incidental music, Op. 1: X: Dance of the Nymphs and Reapers
  19. The Tempest, incidental music, Op. 1: XI: Prelude Act V
  20. The Tempest, incidental music, Op. 1: XIIc: Epilogue
  21. The Merchant of Venice, incidental music
  22. The Yeomen of the Guard (The Merryman and his Maid), operetta
  23. The Gondoliers (The King of Barataria), operetta
  24. Cello Concerto (orchestral part lost; reconstructed by C. Mackerras and D. Mackie)
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Malcolm Sargent began serving as an accompanist for amateur productions of Gilbert & Sullivan when he was 14, was musical director for the D'Oyly Carte Opera Company from 1926 to 1928, and made complete recordings of several of the operettas with the company, so he clearly had the Gilbert & Sullivan tradition in his blood. During the late '50s and early '60s he recorded nine of the operettas (without the dialogue) with the Glyndebourne Festival Chorus and the Pro Arte Orchestra using regular Glyndebourne soloists, including ...

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Gilbert & Sullivan Operettas 2001, EMI

UPC: 724357446822

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