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FULL The Best of Gilbert and Sullivan Concert Franklin TN 2022 Jon Keiffner, Oscar Guevara, Karen Wonder Dumont, Julie Gilbreath

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Information about the Recording
  • Published by: Franklin Light Opera  
  • Date Published: 2023  
  • Format: DVD
  • Quality Video: 4 Audio:4
  • Subtitles: yessubs, ensubs, gensubs  
  • Video Recording from: YouTube     FULL VIDEO


The Yeoman of the Guard (3 October 1888)

I Have a Song to Sing, Oh! – Ensemble

Ruddigore (22 January 1887)

Welcome Gentry – Ensemble
If Somebody There Chanced to Be – Julie
When the Night Wind Howls – Will and Ensemble

Patience (23 April 1881)

I Cannot Tell What This Love May be – Julia and Ladies’ Chorus
Silvered is the Raven Hair – Lara
So Go to Him and Say To Him – Shelley and Tyler
A Magnet Hung in a Hardware Shop – Tyler and Ladies’ Chorus

H.M.S Pinafore (25 May 1878)

A British Tar – Will, Tyler, Shawn
I’m Called Little Buttercup – Stephanie
Things are Seldom What They Seem – Stephanie and Will
Nevermind the Why and Wherefore – Julia, Tyler, Will
Sorry Her Lot Who Loves too Well – Karen
Oh Joy, Oh Rapture Unforeseen – Ensemble


The Mikado (9 March 1885)

Three Little Maids from School Are We – Julie, Julia, Stephanie
The Sun Whose Rays Are All Ablaze – Julie
Alone, and Yet Alive – Shelley
More Humane Mikado – Will and Ensemble

The Pirates of Penzance (31 December 1879)

Oh, Better Far to Live and Die– Ryan and Ensemble
Poor Wandering One – Karen and Ladies’ Chorus
When Frederic Was a Little Lad – Shelley
How Beautifully Blue the Sky – Karen, Tyler, and Ladies’ Chorus
Stay Frederic Stay/ Ah, Leave Me Not to Pine – Karen and Tyler
I Am the Very Model of a Modern Major General- Ryan and Ensemble

The Gondoliers (7 December 1889)

Then One of Us Will be a Queen – Julia, Lara, Tyler, and Will
Once More Gondolieri – Ensemble

A Note from the Director

Gilbert and Sullivan were creative geniuses the likes of which have not often been seen in any generation, however, it’s not until I really began to listen intently to their words and music that I developed an appreciation for their brilliant musical themes and outstanding word play. The more I listened to their music the more I realized how instrumental they were to the development of the American musical as an art form. It’s no wonder that their works are still being performed around the world more than a hundred years after their original premieres. So laugh out loud, tap your toes, and enjoy our tribute to William S. Gilbert and Sir Arthur Sullivan.
Susan Weisbarth, Director

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