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Gilbert and Sullivan For Singers (Barito
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Title: Gilbert and Sullivan For Singers (Barito


Voicing/Format: Book/CD
Publisher: Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Composer: Gilbert/Sullivan
Arranger: Walters, Richard
Catalog #: 00740217
Series: Vocal Collection Price: $17.99

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W.S. Gilbert wrote the words, Arthur Sullivan composed the music, and together they revolutionized theatre music in English. This new series presents songs and arias from their timeless operettas, collected by voice type. There are 15-17 songs per volume, with the most famous excerpts peppered by beautiful, less known choices. The edition includes notes about the plot context of each selection. The piano accompaniments on the companion CDs were recorded by Laura Ward. Includes songs and arias from The Gondoliers, The Grand Duke, Iolanthe, HMS Pinafore, The Mikado, Patience, The Pirates of Penzance, Princess Ida, Ruddigore, The Sorcerer, Utopia Unlimited, The Yeomen of the Guard.
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