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PINAFOEE
AN ENTIRELY ORIGINAL NAUTICAL COMIC OPERA
IN

TWO

ACTS,

WRITTEN BY

W.

S.

G'LBERT.

COMPOSED BY

ARTHUR S ULLIVAN
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DRAMATIS PERSON^E.
y^
Y-

The

Rt.

Hon.

Sir Joseph Porter,

K.C.E

First

Lord of the Admiralty.

Capt. Corcoran

Commanding

H.M.S. Pinafore.
Able Seaman. Able Seaman.

Ralph Rackstraw
*

Dick Deadeye
Bill

Bobstay

Boatswain's

MaU.

BobBecket

Carpenter's Mate.

Tom

Tucker

MidshipmiU.

Sergeant of Marines.
Josephine

The Captain's Daughter.


Sir Josephs First Cousin.

Hebe
Little Buttercup

Portsvtouth

Bumboat Woman.

First Lord's Sisters, his Cousins, his Aunts, Sailors, Marines,

&c

Scene Quarterdeck of

H.M.S. Pinafore, off Portsmouth.

ACT

I.

Noon.

ACT

II.

Night.

First produced at the Opera

Comique Theatre, on Saturday,


(Limited),

May

2^th, i8y8, by the

Comedy Opera. Company

Mr. R. U'Oyly Carte, Manager.

/<?(?.

H. M.

S.

"PINAFORE.
INDEX.

We.
1

Paci

Opening Chorus
Recitative

4
k

& Song

(Mrs. Cripps)

2a Recitative {Mrs. Cripps and Boatswain)

lO lO
12

SCENA (Ralph and


J

Clwriis)

(Aria
4

(Ralph)

Recitative,

Song & Chorus

(Captain Corcoran)

14 i8

4a Recitative (Mrs. Cripps and Captain Corcoran)


5

Song

(Josephine)

20
(Behind the Scenes)
22
23

6 7
8

Chorus of Women

Chorus of Sailors
(Sir Joseph, Consin Hebe, Boatszvain

and

Chorus)

27
30
32

So-HG (Sir Joseph Porter and Chorus)

ga Exit for Ladies


(O
11

Trio
Duet.

& Chorus
(Josephine

(Ralph, Boatswain

and

Eoatszvain's Mate)

33

and Ralph)

9a

36

12

i7lNAL<il<

39

^^ liv Av^lil*

60

13 14
15

Song

(Captain Corcoran)
(tI/^j.

61
Corcoraii)

Duet
Scena
Trio

Cripps

and Captain

63 67

(Josephine)

16
17

(Josephine, Corcoran,

and Sir Joseph

Porter)

71

Duet
Soli

(Captain Corcoran

and Dcadeyc)

74
7^

18 19

& Chorus OcTETT & Chorus


Legend
Finalf
(Mrs. Cripps and Cliorns)

90
95

20
21

99

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OR,

3Pmaf ore

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No.
a. Mrs. Cripps.
Regit.

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RECITATIVE & SONG Mrs.

Cripps.

PE
Hail!

?=^
men-o'-wais-men,
safe-guards of your

^N
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at last

^a
va - tion
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is

an end

of

all pri -

PUNO.<

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wel
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spare
all

you can

af-ford

come

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lit

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board.

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ter-cup

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knives

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cup,

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lit

tie

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cup,

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ne

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shy

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lit- tie

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cup

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No.

2a.
Mrs. Cripps.
Rbcit.

RECITATIVE Mrs.

Cripps

&

Boatswain.

PlAMO.

Boatswain. t>UA 1 3 vvn.n.^4

^
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Mrs. Cripps. Q
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m
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No.
PJANO.

That

is

the smart-est

lad

in all the fleet

Ralph Rack

straw.

Ralph

That name

Re -morse

re -morse

^/.

^
Ralph.

AHacca.

t^
3.

SCENA Ralph &

Chorus.
r r 1

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The
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Night-in-gale

Andante,

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sigh'd
for

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tr.

the moon's bright ray,

told

his

^^
tale
.

in

his

own

^
me
-

S"
-

lo

dious

^
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way.
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nv
He
sang

Basses.

Ah, well - a

day.

He

sang

M ^^ ^fP
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Ah, well
-

Ralph.

-I

day.

The

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hills

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re

plied,

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day

and

sang

rrf
Ah, well
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fo Ssa.

Ralph.

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^J'.
lit -

A
cod

j^
so

day.

know

the va - lue

of

kind

ly

cho

nis,

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cho

rus

yield

tie

^
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m
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have pain,
.
I

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fe I f S5
la
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lion

^
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<
row

r-i^
;
be
- fore

12=52=
and sor
too,

p
love,

When we

us

love,

and

^
^g
a
-

iz=tc
!

las

a - bove

my

M
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m r
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Mrs. Cripps.
i

=t=

Jim.

^
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^Jlb-

-ey

W
Chorus.
a.
:

gaN--Li^
sta - tion.

7.

,^

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lass

,>

^'T^^-H^
sta
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Yes,

^=t g=^r-r:f^^r^
yes,

He

loves,

and loves a

a - bove his

tion

the lass

is

much a-bove

his

sta - tion.

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ARIA.
Andante moderato.

Ralph.

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fair

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^ni
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fe

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For

A
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mai-den

see,

The

pearl of min-strel-sy

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me

bud

of

blush

ing

beau

ty

whom proud no

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with each

ther

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do

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fe^
pas
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ty.

To

do

her

me-

nial's

du

ty.

sui - tor

born, With hope

less

sion

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poor

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yond

ceal - ing

Hath

dar'd

for

to

pine,

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^
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al - ted shrine

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^^
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is

d=

Chorus.
^-

J
wealth
is

Ralph.

Je-^
ing.

kneel

world

of

kneel

ing.

Un

- learn -

ed

he

in

aught Save

that

which love hath taught, For

13
rail. rail.

M^m
Love hath been

N
his

'

'

r
tu
-

r
tor.

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pi
-

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|

e
and

"

^
that

ty,

pi

ty

me

'

Our

cap

tain's daugh-ter,

she,

low

ly

^m
m-s

5fe*

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can Sva.'

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tor
!

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And

^^
ty,

*-

g^

Oh,

pi

pi

ty

me,

our

cap

tain's

daugh

ter,

she,

and

that

low

ly

Chorus of Men.
Tenors.
,

^
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and

^;>^

he.
,

^
he, he.

iE
thnt

low

ly

Basses.

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fan iva.-

pWi
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^
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No.

4.

REGIT.,

SONG & CHORUS Captain


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all

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Tenors & Basses.

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and

Sir,

good

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well,

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in

rea

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meet you

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right

tis

fy

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1.

2,

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good
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think

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com - mand
re -

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turn

a the

right

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pli

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Mrs. Cripps.

REGIT. Mrs.
J
Sir,

Cripps

&
W

Captain Corcoran.

P
PUNO.

(^

J'-L
you are sad
;

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the

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si -

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lent

ti

ai
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tear,

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on
your
eye lash.

loquence of

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a

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far

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than

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not,
I

s;=f5 Ja

Pro-claims

sor

row

more deep

com-mon

me

am

mo

ther

^ t\\
ff

Captain C.

If
Yes,

J ;^
lit

>
-

N
-

J^
cup,

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sad

I^
and
sor
ry.

- tie

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ter

I'm

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^
1

^^^ ^
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My
daugh
-

s
j^
Jo
-

pui

j^
ter

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d'
the

ts=tsi
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1^
e

;ver

j-

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te - phine,

fair

est

bios

somed

on

an - tes

tral

i
w=^"^^

19

4
tim
-

TTS'
Is

J'^^^Smarriage by
Sir

J1\'
seph

r
-

p.

p.

^
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r
-

^
I^rd

ber,

sought in

Jo

Per

ter,

Our

Ad

mi

ral

ty's First

=^
m
pi\/-}
But
for

m
4

d-

i
rea
-

1son
she

jv
seem

r
to

J'
tac

Jkle

tt^'

,^

p
to

;
it.

some

does

not

kind

ly

ji

s^
-, -

Mrs. Cripps.

^
Ah,
poor

itQ
Sir

-J
Jo
-

Vitoo

^^
well

seph

Ah,

know

the

t^

^
Tempo moderato.

Hi

f
t-

i
I

^ ^E
S=^
Jguish
J-' of

i=>~'i> r

-J

Ja

^
heart

ft

^
but

S
vain

that

loves

i
I

ss^

^S ^

^
ly
!

^
But
C.

^^
here

Bee

comes

your

^; b^
izat

^^
most
at
-

^
I

ii
go,

^t-

trac - live daugh-ter

fare

-well!

^^^^
Captain

plump and plea - sing

per - son.

^^
3:t
&^i

^
aria.

20

No.

5.

SONGJosephine.

ss

AiiJante.

rSi

t2=i^
Sor-ry

J^iJ.
her
lot

J
.

:^^ =?^
who
loves
to

...

n^fii
I'lANO.

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/^

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i

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l

li^^i^^^^^-^-j--^-^

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tefei

^={=p

i^^
r 1

p^
a!

well,

Hea-vy

the

ff NX
heart
.
.

Ie rr M
that

hopes but

1^5^^

^ ^^^
vain
-

^Ijgrjl:
Sai
. .

ly

are the sighs that

own

the spell

^^

Utter d by

i*^

55=^8-=^=

^^E

^^--^-^^
eyes
. .

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-

r.^r

f^'T^^^Tg
.
. .

^^^^JW^B
Hea-vy the heart
that hopes but

thatspeaktoo plain

ly.

Sor-ry her lot

who

loves too well,

vain

ly.

Hea

vy the

sor

row

that

bows

the

head,

When

love

is

live

and

i 'n poco aniniato.

21

^^
Ir'H
l

-^^-^

^P
Sad
is

the

hour

when

sets

the

p'

^V

1^

'

^J

-l-^A^J^

sun,

Sad

is

the

night

to earth's

poor daugh -

ters,

When

to the ark

the

wea-riedone

Flies from the

#^^-^j^^f"
I

W
^^

fe j

M
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j'-i

j*^

-1

j^

-1
I

j'-i

;'ij'

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I

J
_-i_ sets

^^=^

"

^^

Sad

is

the hour

.,

__ when
1

il-_

the sun,

C^A Sad

;c

is

tTio night TiIfrKt toearth'spoor trpnr+h*cnnor the

rail.

f^-y ^V^^^
I I

=:mi

C/n poco animato.

daugh -ters

Hea - vy the Un poco auiniato.

sor

row

Aat

bows

the

head,

When

love

is

live

ana

/.

^
22

No.

6.

CHORUS OF WOMEN
1ST

(Behind the Scenes).

& 2ND

Sopranos. P

Piano.

^=^
|

g^ f-,Jj%j^^^^.^->VU
ver he

^ ^^
;

-.Q^^^EJ
Shout

may

go

Bang,

bang the loud nine poun-ders go

o'er the bright blue

^
't^si^^H
sea,

2=:

22

i-

I'f-

:^
^

d
Sir

V
Jo
-

s
- ter,

y
K.

g [:
C. B.

-p if j
Shout

r U'!'ii-iUT-^i-4i
. .

For

seph For

o'er the bright blue sea.

For

Sir

Jo

seph Per

- ter,

K.

C.

B.,

For

Sir

Jo

seph For

- ter,

K.

C.

B.

^^^4^ U U U

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'

'

j^

i^^^^. m

>

No.

7.
Basses,
p.

CHORUS OF SAILORS.

Pjino.

:rrr^-^jrr-^
P
Tenors,

i
SE
clean

And

S ^^
at
-

We

sail,

we

sail

the

cean blue,

And our

sau

cy

ship's a

ten

tive

to

our

du

ty

We

T?
sail,

9we
sail

t?

the


T^
t* t*

cean blue,

And

b b

'

i/

our sau

1?
-

t?
s
i

cy

ship

^-5:--3:

J: J: J:

JT

We're

smart and

^^
so
-

-'

=?S^

^
quite

"^
[^

-P"

;
of
fe
-

her

men,

And

de

void

ar,

^^^P^^^g

^
p

^B^-T-m^
None
are so smart as

24

!*=

we

are<

us [ i^>

It.

rr

t^i

1^ r
i:

^:^-

4J^i^4^

e
Gai
-

#*g% M^^aEMi^SS^F^ag=^:g^fe!^^
=g'ii
ly

Gai -

trip

-ping,

light

ly

skip -ping,

Flock the

maidens

to

the

shipping;

ly

trip- ping,

light- ly

|g^
skip

if

^^^
Flock
the

^=?:

gfe^^yTTT^^^F^^g^ ^
ping.

maid

ens

to

the

ship

ping,

i
*
a&l

Tenors & Basses.


1^
Flags,

'^\0^.
-

J^
All
the

and

guns,

and

pen

nants

dip

ping,

*
I

*
i

^^^^^
Sai
-

-^

^
al
-

f
ways
right
-

lors

spright-ly,

ly

Wei

come

la

dies

so

pi>

E
la
-

'

3=;^
1/ i^
:

sbi

I.,

dies

love

the

ship-ping,

^=^=^

^^ m

lA

n^
f
-tj zS=t > ^ ^=
>
wel-come most po
-

tn
-

m
al
-

rr^

^^^^^^*^=^m
- ly

^
lite
-

Sai

lors

spright

ly

ways

right

Wei

come

la

dies

so

po

ly,

Sopranos.

_^

^^4^Afe|=^^q=.^gS^^i^
lite

ly.

Gai

ly

Tenors.

trip -

ping,

light

ly

skip

ping,

Flock the

mai - dens

to

the

Basses.

i^

^^^
-

We're smart

and

so

ber

men.

^:
-

^
light

^^
ly

j-

n
Flock
the
-

And

quite

de

void

of

\^:

j^-^^
to

Gai

ly

trip

ping,

skip

ping,

mai - dens

the

Legato.

N=?
- lors

ship- ping, Gai

ly

trip -

ping,

light ight

ly ly

skip

ping.

Flock

the

mai

dens

to

the

ship

Sai

Legato^

I^

I*fe J^
le

/^
i

'^

r.
liic

f^fr-yyxvujr
til

afj

All

till

A'.

*.,. None

are

so

smart

as

we .--

are

; ,

La

dies

^w^w,n

fu>;

Itj

trlr.

nlniT

liuht

Iv

skin

ninir.

Flock

the

mai

dens

to

the

ship

Sai

lors

^
26
A'm,^

-2"=^
spright
-

^b^=j--^^^
al
-

'^m
lite

ly

ways

right

ly

Wel-come

la

dies

so

po

Tenors &

Basses.

?^
who can

=:
smile
so
bright

W^^
ly

- ->
-

tUm.'"

Rf2_

'^
-

m
lite

Sai

lors

wel

come most

po

^-\^l^=iA4

^^=^

5=^

\
0-

trip-ping,

Ifft

>
ight
-

^=3
ly

skip

^. ^i^^=

M r-=r=f=^ffff

ligUt

ly

skip

^ ^
- ping,
-

^
Sai
-

N ^=^-^-iH-i
al
-

^m
dim.

lors

ways

wel

come

la

dies

most

po

lite

ping,

Sai

lors

al

ways

wel

come

la

dies

most

po

lite

m^^


No.
8.
Cai'taix C.

^
27

Sir Joseph, Cousin

Hebe, Boatswain
0.

&

Chorus.

a tempo.

Now

give thret cheers,

111

lead

the way,

Hurrah!

Hur-rah

Har-ray

Hui

ray

Chorus,

f Soprano.

Sbe

-p

3?
!

Hur-ray

Hur

^
Hur
-

Hur-ray

r-

'

ray

ray

/ Bass.

.c2_

Piano.

Sir

J.

Porter.

Vivate.

1^-

ijs^p
I

>

^'
the

J
of

J
the

J
sea.

jYf^^
The
ru- ler

^
Na
-

ZJO.

am

mon- arch

of

the Queen's

vee,

Whose

praise great Bri

tain

Vivaci.

I \ 1

U,

I ! I I ,
I

I
I

^J J^j_IJ
loud
-

Cousin Hebe.

,M^J^U^U^ JM
are
his
sis -

j^
cou

J''

J'-

ihis aunts.

s
Chorus. Sopranos.

ly

chants

And

we

ters

and

his

sins

and

j^

j^
his

j^
sis
-

j^
ters

fsr:

m
j
J

And we are Tenors & Basses.

and

his

J *
And

*
l

/
are

/
his

m /
sis

/
ters

m /

^^
his

J^

'

i
^

H
ij

i,

^
they

and

^H-^ftj^=i

\is^\

m
p
j^ j^
cou
-

28
Sir
J.

Porter.

^
His

-J' J'
sis - ters

J'
and

S
his

J'

JV=
and
his

cou-sins

aunts.

When

at

.MH-'-ji
and
his aunts,

J'-

j-

ju^-i^-^^^and
his

''^Tr
his aunts,

sins

His

sis - ters

cou-sins

and

^
cou
-

f
sins

>
and

= r
His

-r
sis - ters

^
and

^
his

P'^
and
his

his aunts,

cou-sins

aunts.

^
an
-

^=i^-dJ-^-^^l^+ri
^^^^

^
rn
ride,

lit

3:

::

^
f
t:
snap

i^
V
f V

^^=r=r
chor here
I

P
swells with
pride,

=1^=?;

=^=t=

p /
'

-'^
a

^^iH-i-^-^=j

^^^^i^^^
f m

My

bo

som

And

my

fin-gers

at

m
foe

:=X^

^=r=
i

man's taunts.

Cousin Hebe.

r
so

g
do

.^^
his

F^
sis - ters

-!h;-i
and
his

;
cou

g
- sins

gand

^^
Sopranos.

And

his aunts.

V
And
so

U
his

^
sis
-

to^
ters

^
his

do
.0.

and
.p.

s
f*TTTT^=3W

Tenors & Basses..^


I

.0.

F
do

=F

7 7
his
sis

.^ ^. >

-m.

>
and

^ ^
g)j
"k

^^
N
and

J.

^^
And
.r*
.r*

so

ters

his

Sir

J.

Porter.

r
I

=q^
-''

fs

\
his

J- J- V- Jsis

His

-ters

cou-sins

F=g

[N

1'

iN

32
aunls.

and

his

But

W
cou-sins and
his aunts,

P
His
sis
-

ters

and

his

cou-sins and his

aunts.

"^-p^ r r r
I

"^"

g
-ters

g
his

t-^
aunts.

cou-sins and

his aunts.

His

sis

and

cou-sins and his

j-

iN

^^m^^^

29

^
when
the breez
- es

d^
I

j^ j^
-

i^

J
go

J
be

221:
- low.

blow

gen

- ral - ly

^
^

-^^
seek
the

j^
se
-

J"
clu
-

J^U^
sion that

And

J-

'

- ^ i

^^

t^-l^-^^-^-^^-^-^-^
Cousin Hebe.
ca
-

bin

grants.

And

so

do

his

sis

ters

and

his

cou

sins

and

his aunts,

Sopranos.

i
m=:

J
And
so

j-j'j'j'j
do
his
sis - ters

"^
his

and

'
' '

'

'
' '

''

'

'

^1^^^^

And

so

do

his

sis

ters

and

his

cou

sins

and

his

aunts,

His

'

i-

^ ^

^=^^^ I ^j ^ > ^
sis sis

www >^^i/^^^^ / /
/
cou-sins,

-ters and his

Whoinhe
,

reck-ons

up

by doz-ens, and

his

aunts.
,

N
up

^
his

tg^

-ters and his

cou-sins,

Whom he

reck-ons

by doz-ens, and

aunt&

sis

-ters and his

cou-sins,

Whom he

reck-ons up

by doz-ens, and

his

aunts.

fc=l'=j^=j^t^
I I

1
:

1
\

ir

m ij

Attacca.


30

No.

9.
Allegro

SONG Sir
mm
troppo.

J.

Porter

&

Chorus.

tit

tM^^f^^^^^^
Sir. J. P.

^^^ ^^^^f^i^ntr ^ ^ J=F ^


I i !

mm
*^
boy
the
to

^fcq

M ; ^^;'
I

/
I

1.

When
As

was
fice

lad
I

serv'd

a
a

^^ ^
tenn

Si^V

2.

of-

boy

made

such

mark

of - fice That they gave me

As

'

post

an At-tor-ney's firm. of a ju-nior clerk.

^^

fc=

C3 fTTrT^^^n
'

^^^
-j^
the the
,

=^^
'

^5

t
the the

-^Hr-

-^1

;fc=^

^ ^ ^
with

^1
I

^T=^
swept
smile
the so
floor,

-4

*I I

zs=
po-lished co - pied

cleaned served

win-dows and
writs

bland,

And And

up
all

han

^
-

^^
of
in

die

the

let - ters

big big

front

door,

round

hand.

Chorus.

He He

He He

x^&-

m
ft

=8=g=
po
CO
- lish'd
-

=?=g=g=tfup
all

^^
so
in a

pied

that the

han
let

die
ters

care

fill

lee.

That

hand

so

free,

And

#>^#fefe^
po
CO
-

_^

5^=^
of
in

lish'd

up
all

pied

the the

han
let
\-

die
ters

the a

big big

front

door.

round hand.

^^
po
CO
-

lish'd

up
all

~y

pied

the the

han

"1
of
in

die

let - ters

big big

front

door,

round

hand.

31

am

the

rn - ler

of

the

Queen's

Na

vee,

lie

po
CO

lished

up
all

He

pied

thit the

han-dle
let - ters

in

so a

care

ful

lee
free,

That

hand

so

And

/
He
po
CO
-

=
lished
-

HMH-^r^^g=l
up
that

;fE =
That

han
let
-

die
ters

so
in a

care

-ful
so

lee
free,

He

pied

all

the

hand

And

i ^^^
now
he
is

-^=^T^
the
ru
-

=5^==^
Na
-

ler

of

the Queen's

vee.

"

5
now
he
ie

:
the

s
ru
-

"^-^.^i
ler

^g
Na
-

of

the Queen's

vee.

In serving writs

made such

name
;

grew so

rich that I

was sent

That an articled clerk I soon became I wore clean collars and a bran new suit For the pass examination at the Institute.

And

That now

that pass examination did so well for me, I am the ruler of the Queen's Navee.

a pocket borough into Parliament. I always voted at my party's call. And I never thought of thinking for myself at ail. I thought so little they rewarded me. By making me the ruler of the Queen's Navee.

By

Chorus.

And that pass examination,

&c.

Chorus.

He thought so

little,

&c

Of legal knowledge I acquired such a grip That they took me into the partnership. And tha! 'inior partnership I ween Was the on ;hip that I ever had seen. But that ^ id of ship so suited me. That now I i the ruler of the Queen's Navee
,

landsmen all, whoever you may be. you want to rise to the top of the tree, your soul isn't fettered to an office stool. Be careful to be guided by this golden rule, Stick close to your desks and never go to sea, And you all may be rulers of the Queen's Nivtc
If

Now

If

CHOus.--But

tliat

kind.

.%c.

Chokus.

Stick cIcK,

&c

32

No.

ga.

EXIT FOR LADIES,

^^ f
/
Vivaee.

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Sir Joseph.

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hold

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that

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on

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the
seas

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press
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if

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you

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please

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ti

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cu

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ly

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,

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tone

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it

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par

tie -

man

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so

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do
his
sis -

And

ters,

and

his

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i
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!

Vi

^
and
his aunts.

cou-sins,

Sopranos
3:

j
so

J J
do
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his

N
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sis
-

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ters,

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and
1^

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his

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cou
-

' V 5^=t^-^i^^;^=^ V
sis - ters,

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and
his

And

sins,

and

his aunts

His

cou-sins,

Whom he

^
^

Tenors & Basses ._4_

.*.

;fc=

:
And

^M=g=
so

^- .^ -^ -^
-/

f-

/
his

J^ =tg

=^ ^i^ ^^^ntf ^>


V
His
sis
-

t=t=
L>

1^
^^
1?

=r=^
^^=

^^
do
his
sis - ters,

and

cou-sins, and his aunts

ters,

and

his

cou-sins,

Whom he

J-J-l-^

^m

I .5
-V t?
-

.5

T
a=

[?-

^
by

V
doz
-

y
ens,

7
and

y
his

reck

ons

up

aunts

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33

No.

10.

TRIO & CHORUSRalph,

Boatswain,

&

Boatswain's-mate.
;g;

Ralph.

I.

A
His

a.

is tar Bri - tish eyes should flash with an

Boatswain.

1.

A
His

2.

a is tar Bri - tish eyes should flash with an

Boatswain's-mate.

Piano.

Tea. -

dy
i

to
-

re

sist

A
Or
the

die

to
ty

rial

word
tongue

m^p=^=^^r.
rea -

dom

neer - ing frown,

tang

rant

And And

his his

r
-

^\-r^i-LJ-^
die
-

dy
i

to
-

re
-

sist

A
Or
the

ta

dom

near

ing frown,

gg
it

r.

f.

7
to
-

^^^uxg
tang
of
re - sist

to ty

rial

word

;
:

rant

tongue

His His

nose should pant, foot should stamp,

r'j
to
ty
.

^
nose
foot

1
should pant, should stamp,

^
And And

^ ^
his his

rea

dy
i

A
Or
the

die

ta

rial

word;
tongue;

dom

neer

ing frown.

tang

of

rant

His His

34

fJi

i
lip

iJ

J-

-iJ"

''
I

r
face

r
should

^^
furl,

should curl, throat should growl,

And And

his his

brow should

scowl.

Am' And

bis
his

m^^^ gi
His His
cheeks should flame, hair should twirl.

J^u^
His
Hl*

bo-som^hould
eyes

heave,
flash,

should

f^=m^t=^=^
lips
. . .

throat

should curl, His cheeks hair should growl, His

should should

flame,
twirl,

And And

his his

brow should
face

furl.

should

scowl,

And And

his his

bosom
eyes

should should

ii^

-^^
heart should pro breast
-

J
glow,
trade.

JAnd And

Jhis

.''

'^'

iiJ'

i
ver
his

J'
rea
-

y
dy

~J^
For
-

rail.

Chorus. Sop.

-*-

fist

this

be e should be

Cus

torn

a ry

knock
at

down
ti
-

blow.

^^
Ilis

tude.

His
Basses.

Tenors &

^m
And And
his
fist

rail.

-P
knock

Mt
down
ti -

this

be should

be

ver his

rea -

dy
torn

For
-

a
-

blow.
-

Cus

r)'

at

tude.

His His

rail.

heave.
flash,

And And

his

his

heart should pro breast

glow,
trude,

And And

his

fist

e
his

ver

rea

this

Cus

dy For tom - a

a
-

knock
at

down
ti

ry

si

* ?^
Pill zivace.

H
^^
pant.

i:
flame.
twirl.

nose
foot

mm ^
stamp,
^

should should

And And

his his

lip

throat

should should

curl,

growl.

His His
ff-f-

cheeks should should hair

And And

his his

brow
face

should should

furl,

scowl.

His His
-.

^
lip

nose
foot

should should

pant.

stamp,

And And

his

his

throat

should should

curl,

growl.

His His

cheeks
hair

should should

flame,
twirl.

And And

his

brow
face

his

furl. should should scowl,

His His

blow.
tude.

Piu

vrvtue.

<

ft"f=^
bo
eyes
-

^^^
heave,
flash,

-=^/-W
;p
his his

Jhis

It

^^^
be
should
e
ver
his

^=^
rea
-

^
For
-

is.::

som should
should

And And

heart
breast

should oro
-

glow,
trude.

And And

fist

dy
torn

a
-

this

be

Cus

ry

t
bo
eyes
-

1^
som should
should
heave.
flash.

if^te
And And
his his

r^^

heart
breast

should

glow,
-

A.

his

fist

be
should

ver
his

rea

dy
torn

For
-

a
-

pro

trude,

Ani

this

be

Cus

ry

W
at
-

^m
knock- down
ti -

blew,
tude.

^1
knock
at
-

down blow,
ti

tude.

u. gi iyi
\

^
Viva

M-T

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fafeE=r-r-Kn"^r

^f f r-^

sag

i_

/
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- ^

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36

No.

iz.
Allegro con brio.

^
Piano.

DUETJosephine &
r r ^^^

Ralph.

y Josephine.

Re-frain,

au

^
da
-

cious tar,

Your

M. ^
suit

from press

ing

Re

fe*^t:&S:|

@ip?=r7=i^
I

53P3

in

fer

y
mem
-

^
y
*

^j
are,

i^

f\f^

JRe
-

1;

p,

p g
,

c;

p
suit

r
-

^-^
ing
;

ber what

you

And whom ad

dress - ing.

frain,

au da-cious

tar,

Your

from press

Re

^^^^m^^^'^^^^^^^^^
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3i

a ^ax
v-t

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wi

* X* * X* *

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m-ijr*--=-*-*

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ail

is-

F-

tf^i^-^

f--

r.g
are,

I-

i'

r
r.

^'i^^^^
Re
-

r^
-

jv:

^^
are.

member what you

And whom

ad-dress-ing,

frain,

au

da

- cious tar,

Re

mem

ber what you

^mm^^i' m
^

vsW
-

m
3:

b ^>^^-f^ m^ ^^^J^a^jxg v
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-i

u*

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\

^OTt^
i
ho

3^

pVy

P V

(aside.

Un pace piu

Unto.

^^\\^\^^i^,^-^^J^-t^Hi
I'd

i
ly,

iJ'
Were

J.
he

^. \^.J^r^
more high-ly

laugh

my rank

to

scorn, In

nion

bom Or

more

gfe
v., _..^..

te

Hi^^rH^i-iri^^

^^m^^m

^^g^^^j^=M^^^3^=4=j=t"f^"i^i^^^

37

v^L,^,
low
- ly,

T-jr
I'd

1/

1/

^^
dim.
scorn, In

/>

^^^^^^
nVari/.

^^SE|]tB
lowly.

laugh

my

rank to

u-

nion

ho

ly,

Were he

more highly

bom Or

more

:/
dim.
Colla voce.^

ff>

d m S d

S3^=Ms^

^
^i

^^
"^i

=P

rj

^ SS
Tempo, imo.

r
r

Ralph.
,

rMsi ^^ ^

Proud

la

dy, have your way,

^^ ^^
=tS=S

\:

Un

feel -

ing

beau

ty

Vou

Lgifed^.a:gJ:l -^ -^'^^1-j

'^

i r

3-1 ^ ^ Sn ^ ^ 3 ^S^ g=^=g^ N^^f^^^^1^^^Ff^g^f^7^jf?H+r^^

5-i

r^-*l

;r*-*l

i^
^
g
And

ir*-

im

fe
speak,

^^
and
I

^^m
o
-

bey.

It

is

^my

J
du
-

J
ty

JM c:^^ E:^-;^-^ ^=v=^


I

am

the low

liest tar that

ploughs the

wa

- ter,

^^

^r-#^^^^^^^^^#^#^^Mni^^^^
^f=^
r

^^i^^^^^^^M^^^^^^^'
w-t-rrnrt ^
you, proud maiden, are

r
daugh
-

f-^
ter
;

^^
la
-

You

my

cap-tain's

Proud

dy, have your way,

speak, and

^^
I

bey.

^^^^^^N^^^^^^i
m^^^---

^^pi^fB^r=r^g=g^irii ^
d=g3-U33i
\

1^

m
I

^ ^ ^p

/J

(asuJe.)

Un poco piujmtf.

My

heart,

with an-guish torn.

Bows down be

fore

her;

SIic lauglis

my

love

to

scorn, Ytt

m^^^^kMUi^Hki^i^m^n^3 3 tid

^^a^
> J
'~3

<

&

ens.

-'Hn^iore
her,

fn:=^
heart,

My

with

an-guish

torn.

Bows down be

fore

her.

She laughs

my

love

to

scorn,

Yet

tempo

lino,

_/ Josephine

dore

her.

Re

- frain,

au

da-cious

tar,

Your

suit

from

press

ing.

f Ralph. r r 1
i
la
-

gzs

J' Un
-

;.
feel

i
ing

Proud

dy, have your way,

g^mrt5
/J

/<

/<fc.

JlU^Jl
I'd

^
u
-

^
ho
-

^
he

<

-1

F
Or

laugh

my

rank

to

scorn,

Tn

nion

ly,

pill lento.

3^
with
an-guish
torn.

My

heart

Bows down be

^
She

Were

more high

ly

born...

V
laughs

^^

d
Yet

- fore

her

my

love

to

scorn,

i^^f
-

^^
-dr

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39

! !

No.

12.
Ralph. Regit.

FINALE.

a^^[LTrT+f-rf
Can
Allegretto moderate.
I

sur-vive

this

ver - bear- ing?

Or

live

life

of

mad

des

S=FiJ^'''^?=i^^
Piano.
J-

^^ m
pair
-

ing?

My

-73-

=
iJp-

xi

^EE#
|3

si-

SS

J?=^

^3E
re
-

^^
-

*
no,
it's

*
-7>

f
\

V
ex
-

1
pcct
-

prof- fer'dlove des-pis'd,

ject

ed

No,

not

to

be

ed

^
^~-

a tempo.

Sec'ie Finale,

-p

Sz

:-g=

Bdc^

#c:

Im
i
?ii

Ralph.

Mess-mates a-hoy

come here

come here

Sopranos.

-^
iS^Sz:
I

IP

Aye, aye,

my boy

what cheer

what cheer

^ m
Allegro con
brio.

Tenors &

Basses.

g-j^

ljfe^^
Aye, aye,

my boy

what cheer

what cheer

im

Ralph.

-P

ri^^
-^T
The
mai
-

^ 7^-^^^
Come,
tell

m ^s -i^^
-

den

treats

my

us pray, without de

lay.what does she say

m
i^^

i?= =
^
Come,
tell

us pray, without de

^m
H**.

:^=i.

lay.what does she say?

m ^^
?

What

3=^: .^
I

cheer!

what cheer

f^

i>

What

cheer!

what cheer

3^^S
^*(^

-1

-sixrt

^i^

jf

m^

^ ^ t
\

E^ 7

^^
ir
'I

S-H?*-^J^ a?

'

^^F^?r^=^ $m
suit

with scorn,

^
Re
-

40
4j#i

r
-

rble
gift,

^ ^^s
my
la - dy.

J
says

J
I

J
am

J
ig
-

^^

'

V raii
bly born.

jects

my hum

She

no

And

ESt

T
i

^^

it
^

^^ p p
U ^

^^B^^5 l=t^

im
m^ ^

jj^

:p=t
my

>^

t^

r
hope
a
drift,

>i,

^ ^ N
my
la
-

cuts

dy.

Deadeye.

^^ f

q-f-

She spurns my love!

im
m^ m
SS^^^SjtPs^
giy?
1

/
te

-&=&=
!

?-2-

fe
cm - el
one
!

4^T

Oh
^ tr->

oh

1^^
!

^^^
-

^
cru
-

cru

- el

one

t2=^
el

Oh

cru

el

one

oh

one

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1

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-i

T~^

-^t
H

I0I

^
S
are

^ly

im
m\,\

_^ Cousin Hebe.

^^E^
Shall they sub-mit ?

^
r F l^=p:

they but slaves ?

r
ho

1-^=^
O
-

^
!

J' Boatswain.

^^=?=
J

/
told

so
Shall

->*?we

f
?

t=tc
are

'

ho

told

you so

you

sub-mit

we

tut slaves ?

y Chorus.

fc

E^E
Shall

::?v=sr^

^tz=*
are

^^we
but slaves ?

^ ^
^i>

we

sub-mit ?

I*

Shall

we sub-mit?

^ ^^
r-fare

^=^

we

but slaves?

^^^m ^^
-1

j'-

iii /
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:&"

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:4

^ ^

:^=^i2=

^^

^ m ^ Tt^rn^^
4^4^
3it=iE:

^
!

41

^S3
Lov^
comes
-*

^
a-liV;

JP

^
-

"^"

to

high

and low-

Bri - 'an

nia's

sai
m.

z=lr
Love

-y

#
I?
to

=t^=i^
high

^^
Bri Bri

-f-

^^

=St=t:
-

comes a-like

and low-

tan

nia's

sai

Ifesz
Love

pa-like
to

M
high

comes

and low

tan

nia's

sai

^ ^ ^^ ^^ ^^
-

lors

rule

the waves,

And

shall they

bow to

in

suit?

lors

rule

the waves,

And

shall they

bow to

in

suit?

JS__S

=^=F=

lors

rule

the waves,

And

shall they

bow

to

in - suit ?

Love

comes

a-like

to

hii-h

and low-

Bri - tan - nia's

sai

lors

rule

the waves,

And

shall they

^t -M
SS

^
?
g
No
i

bow to

in - suit?

fH-t
^?i^

-JS-41

t:

4=

#
i:
I

'^^M
g^
I I I

^
TT
zfet
You
low

^^^^
7^

^^
You must

V
I

Deadeye.

3S ^^
^:^

=N=
sub
-

^^
mit,

=i^=k^

Eg^ ^U-^^k-q-|=
O-hol

you are

but slaves;

la-dyshe!

ho!

ly

i}l_\L_

^w\ E^

No

^
no!
!

no

Sopranos.

^F^^^(HH^
toi - lers

rJ;q^ fLL5J
all

r|
!

of the waves, She spurns you

I told

you so

Shall

they

sub-mit

are

they

but slaves

Tenors & Basses.

^t
Shall

^tt

^
we

^
?

^
are

'

F
?

sub-mit

we

but slaves

=s^^^\ j-P^^^^^
^fe
9-

'^
<j

J ^^=F^

m-n^^-\^^^^

42

Cousin Hebe.

Shall

they

sub-mit?

Boatswain.

Efc5
Shall

we Deadeye.

sub-mit

are

'&^z

^Sifc
SOPEANOS.

Ifei ^itz
You must sub

- mit.

^^^^m
Shall

^ ^
are

J ^

A-JU*-but slaves ?
l?= but slaves

they

Love comes

^^^^
a
-

3=t:
high

like

to

and

low

Br:

^
O-

^3

we

3^
you are but
slaves
;

la

dy she!

A
are

J^'.

^r
but slaves
?

-^^
Love
comes
a
-

^
like to

=^
low
Bri-

we

Tenors &

sub-mit Basses, iff"

we

high

and

'^r~^
Shall

'^^m
sub-mit
?

^
Love
comes
a
-

^=^
to

we
-

are

we

but slaves ?

like

high

and

low-

Bri

m=^^
m^rt

-P-

-*- 3=

fe^
-

^
:p-

*
:^=^=l:
She spurns you
all,

IeMMj

DEAD.-_g

eiSzai
!

Etir
ho
!

-H-F-

Oho

Oho

_, Cousin Hebe. &_SopRANOS.

P~^^
sai
-

tan

nia's

m^ m
?.r-l>

X
"BOATSWAIN-&~BASSr
tan
-

nia's

sai

--

t^
Ralph.

m^ ^^

^
r

wm
-^ - -

^ s ^^^M
lors

f.

f>

fe

s =^=fc
all

She spums you

told

you so

^
-^
:

N ^

rule

the waves,

And

shall

^^.^^

stoop to

in

suit?

No

no

-r
-

f
no

lors

rule

the waves.

And

shall

they^ / stoop to

in

suit ?

-m-

^
No
! !

ziu-ii

=t^
'g

^
life

^=j
I'm
tak
-

I'

r.

I
heart,

^g^g^EgEp
my
heart
is

My
-

friends,

my

leave

of

ing,

For

oh,

my

^ ?^^

-t*-

N-1 *

^^V-1-t

m^

^^
break
-

^
->.

a
gone.
oh,
pri
-

^=
I'f
that,
tell

>^^
"r
as
1 1

^
.1

^^gjk^E
thee,

^ ^
^5^
I

mg

When

am

The maid

died,

lov'd

im

^^
! I

=P

3=

^s--

^;^

^^

her

! !

43

tyd
well!

P Chorus.

r*

Of

life,

^^m
-

tiM

las, his

leave he's

talc - ing,

For

ah
~1

his faith-ful heart

is

break-ing.

When he

is

yt= ^
Of
life,

^
a
- las,

Ptak
-

i
ing,

l^E
V
V

V^
/
"9-

-if^
When
he
is

his leave he's

For

ah

his faith-ful heart

is

break-ing.

that,

as

he

died,

he

lov'd

her

well.

Ralph.

fe^

F^
gone gone

^r

r
-

\^\

% V

we'll sure

ly

tell

^ |g^,
^^tjt=^

^
tell

^j
as

*
he

g
died,

^
he
lov'd

The maid

her

well.

Be

r
her
well.

we'll sure

ly

The maid

a aa_ j

he he

died,

he

lov'd

r^
my
mess

-Xitit

^f^

=^

^
^

^-

P^
-if -if
I

3=1 i[-j=inj~-ir- :
----5^ -it -j;

ijl

i^

J2C^

r-^f
-

r
V/ho

1^1

"r
in

^
rank
a

TS'

f
For Jo
-

wam'd.

mates

all

love

bove

you

seph-ine

fall

Tenors

&
Ix>ves

Basses.

me?

Loves

you!

Yes!

Yes!

Ah

yes!

she

loves

^
44

in

fefc^

Josephine. r^

Allegro vivate.

-F

J^J^^^joy,

[
un
- for - seen,

'.'^'
-

r
is

:f^
now
se
-

*
rene,

Oh -E

oh rap - turc

The

cloud

ed sky

The
i

God
---

of

day

the

Cousin Hebe.

fefe s

^ Oh
Oh

I ,
I

J
The

I^^j-J
cloud
-

J
is

J
now

J
se
-

^
The

joy,

oh rap ture
-

un

for

seen,

ed sky

^tg=

Ralph.

^r
joy,

r
-

Ir
un
-

^
The
cloud
-

rene.

God
-
i

of day

the the

r
is

-P-^
now
I

^
of day

oh rap

ture

for - seen,

ed sky

se - rene.
I I 1
I

The

God

mmW^S^Ti
"
Allegro vivace.

U- J ^ J

g^^j

love.

f^

r>

^
i J"^]
I

jJJ]:;^

s=;;^

^^
32=
is

p^
all

latCT
orb
of

-: nJ
Has
hung
his

J
I

f
high

|.J

=p:^=
sky

en

sign

a-bove. The

a -blaze.

fer
orb
of love.

^
Has
hung
his

en

sign

high

bove,

The

sky

is

all

blaze.
-

pg^
orb
of
love.

' r
Has
hung
his

r
a
-

r
bove,

ir
sky

r=
is

;
a
-

i"
blaze.

^
With

i=t
-

p*

en

sign

high

The

all

woo

ing words and

^S ^^

^^
'

^
l

^^
3E
-

^
g^
EfeS
lov
t'l

Mr
111

r
the

"r
lag
-

r
\

/'r'
'

j
i

.;'Jhe finds

chase

ging

hours

m
He'll

^^
i l

a-long,

And

^
the
the

>
mur
-

forth

-
de

if

mai

den coy, He'll

mur

chase the

lag - ging

hours

a-long,

And Lnd

if

he finds

mai

den

coy, He'll

mur - mur forth de


*

SM^^gr-^
ingsong,
I'll

^ *
=t2=t:

^IJ.
And
I

J^JI
find

J^ a^
l

^^^
mai
I

t=^4=S^
I'll
!, I ! I

chase the

lag

ging

hours

a-long,

if

the

den coy,
[
I

mur -mur forth de

l!

-T-^.

rr

n M

^^=P

^^

""


45

^^^^^p^
cor
-

-rj-yjla
drea

ous joy

my

roun

de

lays

tr
-

^
cor
-

:?2= In drea

- ous joy

my

rouii

de

lays

n^
-

t-

f-

cor

ous joy

In

drea

my

roun

de

lays

^^

3^ ^
Deadeye.

He thinks he'f

-*
1

P-

^;^^:=^

w rL^^g
1*
-

ij

^
seems now
se - rene,

feF*
A
frown
-

^
It

m
^ ^

won

his

Jo

seph

ine,

But
^'

tho' the

sl;y

ing thun

der bolt

bove

May end

-^

^^^^-^^~^Vf-^
r r

'
\

'i^ i

^^

stacc.

^^ ^^
r
BI

^
r
'
I

*
I

^
r
:!
';
!

their

^^S
r f
Our
:

p-

F
rrr
day

ti

^^g
is

23t
a
-

^r^-^
ere

as - sor - ted

love

Which now

all

blaze.

cap- tain

^ ^=^

^3^^=r

^^e^

^
^J

i'i '\^
r

^
'

i
r

^ ^
-f^

^
less

gone Will

^^^^^^
l?!^

^ ^ ^m ^
b"r
r

Jlj.
down

>^

^m
The wick

^
ed

^^
who
art

p
To

\\
make
his

It
Jo
-

It
seph
-

r^' f
ine

be

ex - treme-ly

it==3:

H ^<- E3
'

up- on

men

em

ploy

coy

In

i
I

.^

i
I

^S
gF=P=

^
^=^

w:. h

J'*

iHr

+^l

I-

46
Josephine.

fe
'^ ^ i tr

z
Oh

i t

r=?=T m
oh rap
-

d
ture

S-

J
-

\
I

VJA ^=^^
cloud
-

*
now

*
se
-

joy,

un

for

seen,

The

ed sky

is

Cousin Hebe.

J
; Oh
I

.i

J
oh rap
-

IJ.
cloud
-

JN
ed sky

J
is

^
r
now

^
rene,

The

3^5t
-

joy,

ture

un

for

seen,

The

now

se

rene,

The

^S ^ fci
ma - ny
-

^
va
-

^^^^ >T
I

Ralph.

r
-

r
The

r
is

rr=^
se - rene,

Oh

joy,

oh rap

ture

un

for

seen,

cloud

ed sky

The

r
Our
captain soon,

^^^^^^
unless I'm wrong,

nous ways.

Will be ex

^jr,_^z

^ ^

i-^

=r>

gJi?^..j^JiJ^iUPr; liJ^Jj^^

^
u^i^
orb
of
love.

i^-f

^'

r^r^?

ii^t

^^^
of day,
the

*
hung
his

God

Has

en

^^
-

sign

high

bove,

The

sky

t^^.. J'J^JJ
God
of day,
the

J
J of
love,

J
Has

||J^=^-J_
hung
-^

J
|

J
a
-

J
bove.

J
The
sky

orb

t=i^
God

-f
of day,

fthe

orb

^^
of

his

en

sign

high

^-*
/
I

*
I

ff
high

*
a
-

t|W-

love,

Has

hung

his

en

sign

bove,

The

M^ S^
treme
-

^
ly

r=^FP=^^
-

J
be

i
ex
-

I*-

irar
up

^^
-fi^-i

i^^^^S^^^i^Sf^^^^^m
-d

down

up

on

The wick

ed

men

who

art

employ. Will

treme

ly

down

on The wick-ed

#
do.

^ m
H

f
-r-F-

J.

ij

^-^r^^^r^^
"77"

^
all

:;1^
blaze,

^
is

all

i
g!

ifcr
all
1

i;
laye,

aU

feE
aU

blaze,

^
aU

ta^
men,
will

c
be

f-

?^^^
- ly

^
|

g.-.
-

PC r^

ex-trem;

down up

on the men In ma-ny

va-rious

r
\\

* V
In

V
ma

V
ny

a)S,

va-rious.

\m

^^ ^

^m
a
P<
:

1^

^^

-T^

^^

47
:?=::

blaze,

all

blaze.

The

'r^
blaze,

^
all
all

blaze,

^
blaze.

blaze.

^
The

J^^
sky
sky
is

all,

is

all

-t
all,
is

J
all

J-

^^
all

The

sky

is

all,

^^^
ways,

=g r

r V

r.

^
\

r-^ '^c=^
will

5^?=t ^E?
be
ex-trcmely

^=^

?^^^
in

=p=t
ma
-

Our cap-tain soon


Efli

down up-on The wick -cd men

ny va

rious

Z?^

"P^
</,7.

L-^H;

-^-'^ jr

1^

r-^

^_

..

^-

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fPstai-cato.

m^^^^iirp

Lt^Q^k^=J=J4^

^
I

J.

4 i

hj


Josephine.

48
Boatswain.

JOSEfHINE.

-OUSIN' llEllE

% ^V

riN\,^i N-^
then

^,r^^^T-u
half
-

Aiid

we

can

p
f
J 1
I

:^i

\S:^\^^^ffve
-

This

ry

night,

With

>J
|

N~^i 1 i=tc
r,

1^

past

ten,

Can
Ralph.

part

them

then

Chorus.

i^

i^

/i
|

^ [;i*^rE
for

=gi

'* tf=^
none
This
l

N1
I

^1 S
:S: ry

s^

*
With

Re

turn,

ve
I

night,

@^ W.

^
ve

^
ry

^
night.

&

This

With

is^^^ ES
i*Ralph.

!?(-

-^

H HF^
^^^
1/

fefe
Josephine.
-1

?.*-

^i
Ralph.

CISdE

Cousin Hebe.

Josephine.

fez^^N^iM^^i^;
ba
-

ted breath

f 1

Z^J^
oar

N(l)tJ^^^\ IbA^^ 4
-

And

muf

- fie fied

With

out

light,

As

still

F= as

M
t^

>r N^^l'^r
i

death

^^ h ^^
ba
-

^n

^-1

^^^-^^^-.^^^
And
muf
l"*

3=^
out a
ft

^k
As
ft
I

vi

i s:
We'll
We'll
ft

^ * ^ ^
|

'^

Ji^ J^^'#g:3E^

steal

a - shore.

iA

^3^^^
steal

ted breath
ps,

fled
f5

car

With

light.

still

as

death

shore.
ft

A
.^
^

__^_

|S

[S

>-T
And
tv

^
oar

>
With
-

N
I

ft

ft

>
as

>
death

,>
steal

ft

ba

ted breath

muf -

fled

out

light,

As

still

We'll

shore.

fer rm

IP^^T^^T^-r; ^^
fee

^
?

.M

>;

Ib^

L ^

^
[

^^^Tf^^^^^^f^
-m g
-1
.

=^
-r

^=^4
r

m
:

I.

N p
i

g^g
'^

-g-

^
I

r^

Fg: JLm

1,

'^
I

r*

jg

p\*
L3

tl

M -p

f>m-

Raplh.

Cousin IIeee.
fti

Josephine.

Ralph.

Cousin Hebe.

^^^^ ,N_^^fan^r;"T^^js-i
cler

^.1 jv^jf^'^ ^
past
ten,

"^-T^^^M ^^-g^^^^^
then

gy

man

Shall

majce us

one

^^r
cler
-

m^ ^^
'1

halfAt Boatswain.
l

And

we

can

Re

turn,

for

none

Can

7*-n-

N N
ten.

i
Can

At

half- past

=ft^
gy
-

man

Shall
.

s
cler

N.NNN ^.^>^^
make them one
At
half- past
ten.

make them one

At

half

past

ten.

And

then they

can
t^

Re

turn,
,

for

>
And

^^

is


ft
-

ft

none

Can

^Can

gy

man

Shall

then they can

Re

turn,

for

none

^
49
Josephine

^-^

....

Thisve-ry

l._ night\Vith1.a- ted breath ^Vnd muffled oar, Without a


11
1

..._

.11

lirril

light

\Z

t.

t.

A As

till still

_nJ aa*1 IXfn^l xt-nAl n r-VnwA A as death Well steal a-shore.

<*l &_ n-at cler-gy

part tlieui tlien

This

ry

night,

With

ba

ted

breath

And

muf

fled

^^.k.^_,_:=3^^[|5^^^g^3z^^5zi^3zi^i
This
ve
ry night,

Ralph.

JN
breath

i^i
And

;N
muf
-

^^^
fled

oar

With

With

ba

ted

oar

With

W^
part

Deadeye.

^EgEtl
This

lt^ZS^
ry

-1

f
night,

C
With

*
!

-1

f
ted

^
breath

f
And

'i

1^

>-^^~\^
-

ba

muf

fled

oar

With

them then

This

night.

With

ba

ted

breath

And

muf

fled

oar

part

them then' This ve-

ry

night. With ba-ted breath

And muffled

gggSg^feE|l^^-4~'~
part them then
!

This

niglit,

With

NM^
ba
-

oar, Without

light,

As

still

as death We'll steal a -shore.

-n-

ted

breath

And

muf

fled

l^i^^m^^ ^^ ^^^^^^W^
rempii

^
A
cler-gy
-

With

oar

With-

e stacc.

m$~^

^^^F^

-=)--

^^ i
.

^^
man Shall make
us

-^-^^
At
half- past

j^^^^^
ten.

^^ji^
we
can

g_M^p
Re
-

^^.Z^I^ggg
us

one

And

then

turn,

for

none Can part

then

cler -

gy

'

!a=i^S
man
Shall

i-

T^^l-iAt
half- past
-Pten.
-ft-

J'
And

-4
-^

i,Af^-g-MS-M^^;^^^EgE^ =^^
can
-P^

make them one


-*-

then they

Re

turn,

for

none Can
-I*-

part -f-

them

then!
-f-

c!cr -

gy

-F-

-f-_

^
50

^^^t-tr\-^^:y=^--^^~f^=^=^
man
Shall

make

us

one

At

half- past

ten,

And

then

m X ^ r ^ ^^^^^^^^^^
'&-

:^=3i

N 1
make
-T

N
them

cler

gy

man

Shall

^^^^^:^^ ^
we
can

#
:ic--:

Re

- turn,

for

none

Can

part

us

then

1-

:fs=3=Js::^
past
-^

^
!

This

ve

- "7

EE
ve
-

ry

At

half

^
g
us
,

cler

gy

man

ShaU

ytt^.*= EE
cler

-g
gy

^
Shall

^
;
ten,
k"

p
At

"
c;

make

^
past past
past

ten. ten. ten.

This

half

:
At

^
half

1-^^-{^
-

^^^ ^E^g
This
ve

make

them

W^

^^
cler
-

j^
gy

-^-^^=3
Shall

J"
ake

.^
them

1
I

J^

J""

}^^^
half

^^\^

^
man
cler
-

^^
This
ve

This

ve

At

ten.

^r^-^/'
At

^'

jAnd

,^^^1^
then they

^g
for

^c:

; ^^^^
part

Shall

make them one

half- past

can

re - turn,

none Can

them then! This

^fes

-^:,,^:^
^
-

^
^;

V
-

k"

gy

man

Shall

make

them

f
^

5=^1F ^rf
sAt
half past
'

^^^ m
ry

ve

ry

=;<?=:
ry

ten.

This

ve

r^y~^
j^
-1 f,

^=^

4fa^=^

j^

^i

^
as

jf

*
-to-

^ ^

^
night.

^
With
r>

^
breath

i:

P
-

c
fled

>_:_c^g_L^^l-:-g-^L^
oar With-out
death We'll steal
a
- shore.

\
cler -

N
gy
-

ba

ted

And muf

>

r^

^
-

^
breath

night,

With

ba

ted

And nmf

fs^^,^^^ ^
-

N
light.

S
still

N
as

f^

>
steal

^
a
-

^
|S
,

A
>
i

p>=]^
cler
-

fled

oar With-out

As

death We'll

4^-^
With
ba
-

night,

ted

breath

And

muf

fled

oar

^^^
With-out
a

-js

^
As

r^

^
as

-N

shore.

gy

>- ->.

f^

Mg^P
night

^
With

C
ba
-

g
ted

^P^
breath

*
- fled
o.-ir

tz=^

And muf

With-out

^ ^ ^^
light.
still

>II^II
A
cler
-

death We'll steal

a - shore.

gy

d:^

->

l^

E^
-

k-

light,

As

still

as

death We'll steal

shore.

cler -

gy

s ^^

51
ff^

gVty^j^^'
min Shall make

J' J'
us

i^^^^i-^^F^^ -r-^
At
half-past ten,

IZ
part

3
us

->rs-

one

And

then

we can

Re-turn, for none,

none,

then

^^T-t-T~y=^-:-:'
-

>

t-i^^^f-^--

J^ J

'^

J
none.

3^E
part

man

Shall

make them one At

half-pasl ten,

And

then they can Re-turn, for none,

them

then

I #

'^

/v^
then

-s'
Re-turn, for none,

e>us

man

Shall

make

us

one

At

half-past ten.

And

we can

^^i^r^^^-J^
man
Shall

^ ^
N
r^

J^ J-

j^>^'

^ t:m^"^=^=^^
And

none,

part

then

r|-

f-

f-

^^
part

^^^^^
man
Shall

make them one At

half-past ten,
rs |>

then they can Re-turn, for none,

none,

none Can

them

then

N ^
4

S
And

-szzs]

^ ^ =*=*=

r^-

m
none,
none.

none Can

^5=
part

make them one At

half-past ten.

then they can Re-turn, for none,

them

then

y
-

Y
And
then they can Re-turn, for none,

man

Shall

make them one At

half-past ten.

none Can

part

them

then

man

Shall

make them one At

half-past ten,

And

then they can Re-turn, for none,

none,

none Can

part

them

then

tt

^m^^^^^
3^

^
321

^1 *|a^w^4-<j J^=?^H-H'
J-

^s^

i-

4 4-^^

'W^

E^il
Deadeve.

MSr
For

B^,^j_, T
Regit.
Moderate.

T r^f-p
I
,

g^^^^^^^MMi^
r
r.

-^^^^^^
bear,

n*a
la
-

r.

;;

r
a

i^

^^^i^^fe
!

1^^
-

nor carry out the scheme you've plann'd, She

is

dy

you

fore-mast hand

Re

mem

ber,

she's

your

=fe=
I

-1^

t^
t:::vRsi7y

m
of uriNoa MUSIC UBRAR^ '

52

Wi^S^

/Chorus.

Tulli.

r-

^^

'

_L[

-1
'

j*=p=^ |

J
wa

|,

m
^

>-^tf^^^6er
!

^^
min,

gal-lant

cap-tain's daughter,

And you

the mean-est

slave

that crawls the

Back,

ver

=^#$.

>^-

^ =-^
^^f^Mg^^^^f^^^^^^fe^s^^feElF

^ i^
I
i bj
?

^l_g_ IhI

Sopranos, j^

EE

^
Let's

1
give

Tenors & Basses,

jf'

IS

a^
it?

-^-t^
Let's

give

^^
-t-

three cheers for the

p~>
c?


sai
-

m
lor's

bride

^^
Who
casts
all

^i^ip
thought of

rank

side

=^
s.ii

Who

Efe^
rank
a
-

three cheers for the

lor's

bride

Who
-r
,

casts

all

thought

of

side

Who

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1

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3-

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fe^
=1
la,
la,

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gives

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^-

::=1=1^

it^=i
ho
-

up

^ e
gives

home

^
-

and

for

tune

too,

For the

nest

love

of

sai

lor

true

Tra,

la.

la,

i2=p
up home
end

^ =^
for
-

-? p^

ho
-

m^nest

;*=-r-fer
of

:=S=J=^
sai
-

4:

r^
V

rla,

tune

too,

For the

love

lor

true

Tra,

la

la,

ii'''f

^y?

^^

^^^^^^m

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i

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la,

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BE
la, la, la,

la,

la,

la,

la,

la,

la.

la,

la,

la,

la,

la,

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la,
la.

^^
la,
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la, la,

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la,

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,

jS

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la,

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la.

la,

la,

la,

la,

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la,

la,

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la,

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la,

la,

la,

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la,

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la,

la,

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k,

la,

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la.

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la.

la.

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^^ ^^>=S
GT

m^ m

5^
.-^ri
la, la.

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la,

La,

^
-1

t-

for

la,

la,

la,

la

Let's give

three cheers

the

sai

lor's bride,

Who

casts

all

thought of

.'s

give

three cheers

for

the

sat

lor's bride,

Who

cas^s

all

tho ught of

^
a
-

^
up home
and
for
-

rank

side Who gives

tune

^^^
raiJc

-*

iE
gives

too

For the

ho

nest

love

of

sai

lor

true

P
For the

;
ho
-

r
nest

r
love

r
of

r
a

i
-

i:

- side

Who

up home

and

for

tune

too

sai

lor

true

b^

r^'rij

|ff

f if f-f

if

fr

ff

54

4^L-&^r

^^ r^;^g^t^^^t^-gf--^f-^r
l

pEJt

ij:j^

Josephine, Cousin Hebe & Sopranos. Vivace.

jA

^a^
For a
Bri

a^^
tar
is

r
As
free

^
as

^^
^

tish

soar

ing

soul

a moun-tain

bird

His

^ m
i
b'l

Tenors & Basses.

^
Vivace.

2^
||<|',

^
m
n
!

^
I

jg^ b^,

J^

f-

-1

^^ ^F^=^P='^^
. j
rea-dy
to
re - sist

\ $B

:::n
en
-

m aj-. ^^^^^^^^^^S
^,

Jv^

er

get - ic

fist

should be

die - ta - to - rial

word

His

eyes should flash with an

^
^^
in

^E

^
-

ill

l^i-

'

i^

i i

^
His

^W
He
ne-ver should

=^^

^^

^
-^-T

bom

fire,

brow with

scorn

be

wrung;

bow down to

dom

neering frown, Or the

^ m
I

^Ti

:'-

:i-:

.^

TT

-W-

55

mm

i?=i=
tang

'
of

p
ty - ru>t

m
tongue.

S
^ m

Ralph, Deadeye, Boatswain.

Tenors & Basses


His
nose

^H
his

^
lip

h'

-^r

^f=
and
his

j^^^
4=d=

Unison. should pant

and

should curl, His

cheeks should Barae

\UA
I

4 4

-4

^ ^\ ^^
r;-c:
glow.

4 i i

^ f f f f f f f

f f f f f f ""T?

m M'
brow should
fiirl.

r
His

g
bo
-

g
and

^n
his

^r

som should heave

heart should

m. ft

U i^A
''"

d-i

44
r
I

4
-r
I

^
i

ftp
r.

g-M^L^
-

And

his

6st

be

ver

rea -

dy

for

"^

f r

-r
I

^=^ ^^=^ =s^

^^
r throat should

p
^ m
knock down-blow.

Sopranos,

t:
His
foot

^^
should stamp

=^
growl.

and

his

His

Ralph

with

Tenors.J

U
Deadeye & Boatsn.
with Basses. foot should stamp His

/
throat should growl.

and

his

His

i=^^h
P''
f
hair

f
should

f
twirl

s m

and

f
hair

f
twirl

should

and

U
his

^
his

i
face

s
should
flash

should

scowl

His

eyes

^ ^^
and
his

breast

pro

- trude,

A^d

f
face

should

scowl

His

eyes

should

flash

and

his

breast

pro - trude.

And

this should be

his

cus-tom-a-ry

at

ti -

tude.

His

eyes

should

flash,

Cousin Hebe.

this should

be

his

cus-tom-a-ry

at

ti

- tude.

His

eyes

should

flash,

his

breast

pro

Ralph.

this should

be

his

cus-tom-a-ry

at

ti

- tude.

His

Deadeye.

"g"

^"

"g"
r.

r^n^T-f

57

fr'i'
flasix,

r
lui his

^
breast

^ /-^
eyes

pro

trade,

His

should

flash,

^ m^
flash.

flash,

his

breast

pro

trade.

His

eyes

should

fl

ash,

should

flash,

f?

f
=t:

his

breast

pro

trade,

His

eyes

should

flash,

^^^
flash.

r
his

#
breast

f
pro
-

0trade.

His

eyes

should

flash,

; ; ;

58

flash,

His

foot

should stamp and

his

throat,

his

throat should growl.

flash,

His

foot

should stamp and

his

throat,

his

throat should growl,

Bash,

His

foot

should stamp and

his

throat,

his

throat should growl.

flash.

His

foot

should stamp and

his

throat,

his

throat should growl,

flash,

His

foot

should stamp and

his

throat,

his

throat should giowl.

"?

f*

T
hii

flash,

His

foot

should stamp and

his

throat,

threat should growl.

m
Sash,

'

It
His
foot

]/

v
his

should stamp and

throat,

his

throat should growl.

=?^^
His hail should
twirl

^^
face,

and

his

his

face should scowl

^
^^ m ^ m
^^ m

His

hair should twirl

and

^
his

his

face,

his

face should scowl

r
face,

His hair should twirl and

His hair should

^
f
i

his

face should scowl

ff

9
twirl

w=^
g
and

=t:

gi

r
face,

r
his

his

face should scowl

r
twirl

r.

rJ
his

^^^^
face,

His hair should

and

his

face should scowl

His

hairshould twirl and his

i
His
I I I

hairshould twirl and his

^m
I

face should scowl

His eyes should

.,
;

^ * ^ f f ^ ^ *^ F
ta
1

flash,

His

breast

pro- trude,

r
His

n=

face should scowl

His eyes should

flash,

breas t pro - trude

m
And
,

this

^ t ^ ^ ^
should be

should be

his

And

this

his

^#

^^^ *
'w

iL

-j=-

m
"

4=4-*
I
r

59

^
m^^ m
-

:?2=

And

this

his

at

tude.

~?3~

And

this

his

ti

tude.

cus-tom

ry

at

tude.

fi*-

-9-

-^-

-j^

-^

-^

^^
i?=3C

SS

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ACT II. SONG Captain Corcoran.

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Piano.

^Js /'jyJlJ
se
-

^^
I

vens ?

Say,

why

is

ev

'ry

thing

Ei

ther at

six

es

or

at

se

vens?

have

J
*fe 8fa.
%va.

J
iva.

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u
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by
f,

J
r

r
from the

n.JJN
breath of
slan
-

I'
der,

.1

^
my crew,

Free

Be

lov'd

all

m
Sua.

62

5*^
A
real
-

ly

^
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f

:t2=^= po - pu - lar Com man


-

tj

J
But
I I I

J.
now
I

^^^~
n

r~"^
Sz/a.

der.

^r^
my
kind-ly crew
re
-

A-^'JV'.iJ

beX^
r"^~r"i

My ^^^^^-

^M
^d- J- ;
-J'^'

-P

5=^

Si's,

8z/a.

Sz'a,

8va.

^
^5=E

J.

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J' j
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J.

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Bright
re-gent of
the heav'ns

thee

I'll

sing,

W
63

No.

14.
AlUgn,

DUET Mrs.
^^

Cripps

&

Captain Corcoran.

i^
.''^NO.

p Mrs. Ciupps.

Tm W-r
"
sel -

Things are

dom

^
-

what they seem,

Skim milk mas

qut

lades

as

cream

^
^E:

f ^ ^
^

"^

y J
l

^
I

%4VS-^J^ i

>^i j^l ;

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r\ f

-i

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i ~*
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l^-

-i;n '^

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|

1*

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il

^ i r l ^^^^F

m
High- lows pass
b

Captain

C.

r
as

J
pa
-

r
tent

//M
lea-thers,

^h
in

p^ ^F-J
,

j" J
ry true,

r
I

J
so

-^^^f^
they do.

Jack-daws

strut

pea- cocks'

fea-lhers

Ve

J>r J^i r
If

j^-1 r ^-ir
I

hi

J^

jm ^

r '^ =
|

Jir J"^^

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^
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f'

J-

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-

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I

=g=^

Mrs. Crjpps.

i
r=?
/
I

Black sheep dwell

^ ^
t'

'

T
fold,

^
ters

^"^ J
I

J
not

rH=3=f
;

in

ev'

ry

All

that

is

gold

Storks turn

out

to

pni^i|,^i

J^
I

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,I

Nj

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I

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r"i r

Jn

i
be

if^i^ilM^^r'^'^l r^ ^P "i^'i
Captain C.

^Sf
J
frogs.

e'^

'^''
I

7^ ^^
M^

1^^
but
logs.

^
Bulls
are

J
but

^
I

j
fiat

J
-

^So

^J MJ- Jl
they
be,
fre
-

in

ed

quent-ly.

i
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r"

h^ r

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Drops

Mrs. Cripps.

^
J

^^
J
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I

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Tur
- bot
is

J
-

J.
Gild

J^J

4
you

i
will.

the wind and

stops

the mill,

am

bi

tious

brill

the far - thing

if

^
P
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*-

ZSSCL

=S=

m
-4

^^

8tu,

64
Captain C.

^r ;r

r
a

^
still.

a
Yes,
I

"J.
know,
that

i'j
is

ii

iy

]s;^S=k:

m
striv-ing,
It
is

^
sha-dy,

Yet

it

is

far - thing

so;

Tho' to catch your drift I'm

:#

P^=r^
3

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^
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/^"^

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fr^J
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it

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I don'tsee at

M-^1
Mys-tic

j
la-dy,

r^T^B
mys-tic
la -

ii
dy.

is

sha

dy,

what you

re driving,

Mrs. Cripps.

u.
Stem

J-

J.

KJim
tion's o'er

-^^ -^ c-jThat
the

rIn

r.^-^
o
- ra
-

^i

-^i-i-)
re
-

con -vie

him stealing

mys

tic

la-dy's dealing

cu -

lar

veal-ing.

Captain C.

-H^-J^J
Stem
con-vie

Ji^jjij.
-

f;

r
mys

p
-

rf^rr

i
In

m
o
-

m
cu
-

^
lar

tion's o'er

me stealing

That

the

tic

la-dy's dealing

ra

re

veal

ing.

^
\

fl^d^ '-^*^^

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r
:

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r ^

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rn^

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t-

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<-

f-

f
!

i
l n^~^J^j

^
N
r*

S
Captain C.

That

is

so.

"^j

1^
a
-

^
ny
-

j-j-Mj ^#j
cle-ver
I

^m
that
for

^r

ijst:

Yes, I know.

Tho' I'm

thing but

could talk like

e - ver.

^^
Once
s
cat

Mrs. Cripk.

*=t=
was
kill'd

J|j
care,

^^ Mf'"'a^.
the
fair.

rj^=^
theydo.

by

On

- ly

brave

de

serve

Ve

ry true,

so

b
(ji

J"1 r

,^

r
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1

j>i r
I

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=^
--

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--

stLiL

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child

r r
.

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fox
-

Jf

^ r

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r
Iambs run
y
Thirs
- ty

^
1^

fe^

Captain C.

^
Wink
is

of

ten

good

^^^^^^^
as

7-^^i^r
rod

1^ ^3^a
dan-gers.

nod,

Spoils the

who

spares the

fe-i>

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Dogs
are found

^^
in

Mrs. Cripps.

^^

Captain

C,

^^PF ?^ijUL_^-^^=fe^
Fre-quentlee
I

j^ J
Paw

.N i

U^^^^
t^

ma

ny mangers.

a-gree.

of cat the chest-nut snatches,

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i^iFT mg
I

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1

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out gar
-

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::^^^=i^ ^-f^rr-r-^ y k
g:

ments show new patch-es

On

ly

count the chick that hatch-es,

Men

are

grown up

catch

catch-ies.

^
^r^
ton
fe/a.^

=^-^M-r-^
I

^
r
I

=s=

T3~ :g:

^^
J
drift

^^^^^
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-

^
^

Mrs. Cripps.

^^
I

J-nJ^H^
know
that
is

J
so,

iij^^;-

JV
my

r
he's

^
striv
-

J
mg,

JI'll

p
dis

Yes,

Tho' to catch

P^-^^
=!=:

j==F

^^ ^^ ^
>
r*

sem

- ble

I'll

dis -

'

i^'i
r

^r'

-^

66

Mrs. Cripps.

p^T^
Tho'
a

ji j-j
tone

.T
I

J
bor
-

^
row,

u
He

j,j
will learn

."^-fj ; J
the
truth

J
-

J
i

rr

r.

J.

ji^^'-^
and gone
to
-

Tho' a mys Ca-ptain C.

- tic

with sor

row

Here

to

day

mor-row.

'i^^^^^^$^=rr \r
mys
tic

r.

=f

^^^^^^
truth

c
-

r.

^
to

tone

you bor

row,

shall learn

the

with sor

row

Here

to day

and gone

mor-row.

r
?f

That

^
is

N^
I'll

'

^
I'll

is-x r
dis - sem-ble,

so.

dis - sem-ble,

Let him

i
H^'

g
Yes,
I

know.

Tho'

mys

- tic

tone

^^
.

^
I

you bor-row.

shall

leam the

fCrr rrr

m
:^-

^
^
J

*
-\

* *
r

W a

^
>r!

A
1"=F

sL

d-

r
a Umpo.

s.

^
Let him
tremble

Nr
!

tremble

Let hTm tremble

iSU
gone

n
r

f^

Yes, I know.

m
truth

1=
to-morrow,

JV
to-

>,N
Yes, I know,

Here

to-day

and

^
that
is

N >

r
I

that is so. a tempo.

,^

so.

^t^
(

=rm
a tempo.
I

^t
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iH-

V
67

No.
Vol

15.

SCENAJosephine.

SB

^
^

^^
a
-

pace,

The hours creep on

My

guil

ty heart

is

quak-ing

Piano. /

m ~^^:
Andante,

1^

^^
I

-p

--

=g^

^ ^pE
33=

^S^^
r -

^m ^
I

izzii

^S
i
|i
1

rn:
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=;=J=

i=p==i<=i*f ^It*
that

r
re

*
The
step

^
that
I

:^=i^=^^=^=^=f^=;t^^

^=
to

Oh
--S3=IZ

might

trace

am

tak

ing

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irrr

m^

bo-

^^
fol
-

ly

it

were ea

sy

be

^ #^
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P
m^

whi
-

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ingi

shew

iug

What

am

giv

ing

up.

and

ther

go

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-J-

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w ^ m
*ts^=T^iti

>
i

i
J

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.

ar
j And

On

hung with

the one hand, papa's luxurious home ( ancestral armour and old f

O'^'^h

Carved oak and tapestry from distant Rome, ) rare "blue and white " Venetian finger - f^'^^"

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luxurious sofa

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i
ev

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'ry
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that

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;'

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old,

zzi.
i

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thing

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from

Gil -lows

And, on the other, a dark and dingy room in some back street with stuSy children

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dinner served up in a pudding

ba-sin
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ens. Molto.

t^

^
sim

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Pl
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ly

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bread

from

ear

ly

morn

Till

half the night has

Till

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J- J-

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'

iSE
half
the night has
l>c-,

di
flown,
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^
No

^
gold
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he
im-part.

^
No
wealth of house
or

i^zzrpun::
land

en

rank can

No

^A

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for
-

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tune, save
his
trus

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heart.

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hon

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brown

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trus

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right

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hand

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yet

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is

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so

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fair,

one

ft

T-^^
That
love
for

J
So

|,^,^|j^
peer-less in

-a*
-

J=:
Were

t=i:

he

won-drous

so

pass-ing rare,

his

man

ly

beau

ly,

^^
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^

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else

use:
than
so
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ty!

lit

lie else

than o

lemn

du

ty,

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lit

lemn

du

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god

of

IS
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ad lib.

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love

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and god of tea
-

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^
shall

s
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o
-

^=f^g
sim

son

say,

my poor heart

bey

-pie

gai

lor,

low

ly

bom,

Un

let-tet'd

and

un

known.

No

gold

en rank

can

he

im-part.

No

wealth of house

or

4'i.

U J

J 1

J J.

N ^ ^ ^
No

i=3f:
~^
--

^f

^^^^

5^
J.

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land;

for

tune, save

hii

tims

ty heart,

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hon

est,

brown

right hand,

his

trus

ty

heart

and

right

m^^tt^tm
tzu^zi

^^
^3

5fe

u
I

^^
I

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J

^^

i i

^^ 1F"

^!Hir

P f=^ m W~i
J

hand,

Oh un

god goa

of oi

love

and aiiu

god gun

of ui

rea 10

son, ou..,

say, o-^,

Which ^..

of -.

you twain
1.
,

a m

Jj

Which

shall

my

poor

heart

-k

P*

1^

^
o

bey?

**

d^

god

of love

and god

of

rea

son

say,

Oh

god

of love and god

of rea

son,

say,

Which of

you

'

71

No.

i6.

TRIOJosephine,

Captain Corcoran,

&

Sir J. Porter.

1^

Piano.

^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^t^^^
.ind

the.hy and

where

f^re,

L.V.

,e

ve. j.nks and

^^ ^^^^^^ ^,.^, ^1 ^^ ^^ ^^^^


'

^^^^
have you play'd your part. You his brain, Though her pen-dous be pass, Though you set could scare -ly
have
car tastes

ned
are

finn
-

con
a

- vie -

tons
- ty,

mean and
py

fl.gh

To my And her
In
the

he f"^;'"^^
.

ta

oc

cu

sta - tion

lower

^'_
mid

Pj^^
.

j,^

Captain

C.

& Sir J. Porter.

(n>ery time.)

72

Captain C,
J!s=ieE:

J
Sir
of of
J.

i^

J^IJ^
With With

^
a
a

Porter. his Lord - ship my Lord - ship

hum hum

^
-

JOSKPHINE.

Captain C.

(each verse.)

(ifOi-A

verse.)

^#s^
cap cap
-

ble ble

tain's tain's

child. child.

hum

ble cap

tain's

daugh-ter,

For

iSe

1=^
:

F^
r

! I %M. ? t=
i

-fS

#-

i^i^ i^-rp

U^a-r' Jl
gal
-

J'

A
Sir

J.

Porter,

f^iro^-^

verse.)

Josephine.
is(|i.j^
j^l
a

ishJ- ^^
a

-^

^1 ^
wa

J:
tar

i\m
-

lant cap-tain's daughter

And

Lord

who

rules the

- ter.

And

who ploughs the wa

ter.

M 0^
dI^'

r
Sfi

f
^

1*

^ ^
^
1 r
den,

^-r^

^ll^
Josephine, ist

=F

& 2nd

Verses.

1,^

1^
Let
the
air

^
with
joy

be

la

Rend

with

songs

the

air

bove,

1*1

i^
Let

Capt.

C.

&

Sir.

J.

Porter.

Ji:

Ji

j:
la

I
be

r
-

/
den,

/'
I

-g

J.-4
bove,

the

air

with

joy

Rend

with

songs

the

:*r^

^
1^1

feEiE

m$. ^1^

^^
J^
a

^^t

#p

;
For

^^
the

; JN j\
u
-

Jmai
-

nion

of

den

With

the

man

who

owns

her

love.

m^

1=1=+^

-v

^
l*

-^

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73

h.

/ 3'^^' Versk,

fr^.
I^t

;^

;1

j-=?T=^
joy

.^
the

>
u
-

^^g
nion of

the air

with

be

la

den,

Captain^. & Sir

^.

J'

Ring the

^^

#F# m II m
tiij

^
p

^
i--

m ^
J.

For

a maid

en,

Porter.

>

^5
on

ife

mer

ry

bells

board ship,

m
t=fEEi
r"tir~^
For

1*

%-i

<

^-^-^
Rend
with songs

M
the the
1-

c:

;
a

1 ^1

N P=i2=
For
her

^ ;
i
u
-

t.\i
nion

i
his

i"
Lord

i
ship.

i^^
with songs
-J

^m
air

air

- bove,

with

Rend

m ^ > PP^ 4
the

man

who owns

her

love,

bove, For

l*l

/
i t-i #^

^BB^^ffi^r^M"N"^

^
the

/ man

'-

-l

'

who owns

her

love.

1-1

i
r> C/
air
l

-T

'T

"rzr~r

m
p-^
her
love.

i'=^ I 1^^
i*ti

^
bove,

;
For
the

r
man who

r
owns

1= in

Rend

with songs the

:$=& lEJ^g^^-j-^^
Rend
with songs the

^^

X.

^^
her
love.
-;

P
iMfe =t|
/
-H-P
=

P
'm^h-^^^s r=g:

^^
air

bove.

For

the

man

who

owns

^^

n-

^^
I

^^^l^^^^t#H#
^S

>n-i^*r

*r

*^

nifMiifi^ii

:
I

^^a^it^^p^^p^f^gfe^^^i
^w-f^rrrr-^Pi^
^
^ i C ^
1

-H->-^-

'

H
DUETCaptain
mSr^i
Corcoran

&

Deadeye.

Piano

(i

^ m
c:

m
Kind
ll

^3.
Cap
-

^^
im
-

r*

tain, I've

por

tant

in

for -

ma

tion

(1^^

^
J
i
I* t^

i-jr

'i;

^;
I

^^
1

gir
r-

-r

'r
tp"*
ti

Sing

"^
t"

Mr-

.|J

"

^ E

Q
are

r
hey,

r t^A
-

1^1

f 1^^=^
in
-

the gal - lant

Cap

- tain that

you

bout

cer - tain

ti-mate

^^ 4 ^Tj^^ ^^
-1

p.

-i

^1

-1

i>i

-1
1

,N

N 1

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1^

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4 i '|ii'|ii|J^iiJ^^^
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r
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r.

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^
and
the

1^1

:=

^^ ^
tion.

r
mer
-

^
I

r
mai
-

Sing

hey,

the

ry

den

tar.

^^
m^ m

>

>
i

=t5==:S=4si:^

^ 11*11
1

r
Captain C.

m
mai

=^=^

11
g r
mer

J'

Ilk

^=^
r

^n-T^y-izg
The
mer

y
ry,

y
mer
-

^^
den,

Mrry

r
-

Mr
Sing
ir.

;
the

ry

The

mer

ry,

mai

den.

hey,

mer

ry

m
foi!k_pai

Deadeye.

-*

^^
-

<L

r Tr
mai
den,

ig

=^
-

The

mer

ry,

mer

ri|
i|

ii 11

ii[gii
/ 1 1

ry

The

mer

ly,

mer

ry

mai

i i=^=i i i

^pf

1 1

-1-

den.

The

f-

^^=t=

m^ piir
b'},
^^ mai

p 1 1

=^ fiifii ^ ^'iir ij/iij^i


l

*
-

den

and

the

tar.

mai

den

and

the

^i^i^Bp

if-f-

:r,fep^

75
Captain
C.
i\--

|A-

r
fel

f
f.

r
un
-

^i:

J
are

=T=j'=
speak

Good

low,

in

con

drums you

mg-

Sing

hey,

the

sil

^ri

iH^^

r.
I

f '^

^
r

1^
r

^
=3?

:^

^^
sai

lor

that

you

^
areI

^
The

f
ap
-

tif

r
to

g
them

^
vain

g
ly

swers

^ am

^
I

^fc:33^ J

"^

11
'^

''

-1

"1

. f

n
1^
I

^^
The

t
4:
seek
-

'^.T

f fr-^-^

ing,

Sing hey,

the

mer

ry

mai

den and

the

tf^i'^:,^

J"IJ.

"^1

1^

'U^''^

j^

^
mai
-

=^=^

M^ ^
J

-^

Mir

^^^
yjy
r
mer
-

^-T
ry,

[^
ry

mer

mai

^
den.

y
Sing

3f!
r.

r
- ry

fe^
den

fs:

The

mer

f
mer
-

f
ry

.
IC
mai

If
The
mer
>i
-

^
ry,

mer

ry
.

den.

hejjthe mer

mai

r -zr
mer
-

\-f^^\^ ^
-

^=^=T=^
mai
-

ry,

den,

The

ry,

mer

ry

mai

den.

The

den

.1

1
|

- g^i

H-l-i 1 1

^~^=j=S^i:^=^

^
I

^r

Tl-U J
J^ ^

^^^

? 1 i

^m
3.

Deadeye.

.^
Cap

\
tain,

T
your

g
young

Kind

'V

'

'
I

r^^

^^
^i
Cap
-

^ ^^
la
-

dy

^^m
is

'i

^^=F
mg_.

^ 2^^
Sing

sigh

r^
r
ve
-

^i=i
i

^
hey,

i
-

the

gal

lant

fK

i =q^

r
tain

^.xry

1^
with

f
Rack
-

1^
straw

f
to

f
be

that
'^

you
"1

are

Thb

night

i ^T

;1?

^1-1

'

^ ^
^

f^^
=^=^
Sing

11

s 1

\
t-

-^4-^

^
i

=^

J^ 1

1^
I

1^

-^^

^^
fly

mg.

hey,

the

mar
i>

ry

mai

den

and

>

^^=^=

m
@S S!

Captain C.

^^=^
The
mer

>

ry,

mer - ry Deadeye.

mai

^^ ^
den.

^^
11
1
J
"

the

tar.

-1

^1
>)

11
J

=^=^

-1-^

^ZZ^

The
!

mer

ry,

mer

ry

mai

den,

Sing

hey,

the

mer

ry

IP
The
mer
-

^tft
I

*>
mai
-

E -^T^
den.

ry,

mer

ry

The

mer

ry,
-^
1

mer

ry

mai

den.

The

n 1 r 1

g -M-^f-S ^ 1

S-^
I

i 1 ^

13:^
H

3g^P
r

1 ^

1=

f M 1

I*

><

^ 1

-^

^11

j''^

^=^

n
Captain
C,

4.

Good

fel

- low,

you

have

giv

en

time

ly

warn

ing

Sing

hey,

the thought

fill

#^^T^ri^
^S
-f
tif

1
1

'i

'"I

r-

ft

r-

bp

w^^
1
J
I'U
talk

rj

N =^=q

-P-^

2ifc

^^
sai

^
-

^=i
to

^^
Rack- straw
in

lor

that

yon

are-

Mas

tor

the

^^-

-^^1

-1

-1

^^

scie:

r Y r

1^
I

f ^ f

r-[-

I&

l?=p=

-^
I

^
;/

r
) I I

r.JLjjjL_^^
tails,

r
mer
-

'

.^^
tall ills
-

The

ry

cat - o'

nine

The

mer

ry

cat

nine

tails,

The

mer

ry cat.

The

mer

ry cat

o'

nine

tails

78

No.

i8.

SOLI & CHORUS.


PP Tenors & Basses^

^SXE

E
Moierato.

^^
Care
- ful - ly

^
on
tip
-

^
toe

^
g

steal - ing,

Bteath-ing

Piano.

ji
i

iTTTTTTTTTTTTTrf
^
may,
gent
-

^^ip-ir-ifi
ly

as

we

3^' r r r-'r^
9 ^ 9 ^ ^f~' i
9-

"

^ 1-11^
Ev
-

^ ^^
1/

^ cau

-1

g
tion

1
I

^
-

p n
ing,

C,JS^^
We
[

'ry

step

with

feel

will

.n

^LA
I t

Nl

Si

^
soft

I
i
ly

I
r
creep

I
^
a

I
way.

I
Good - ness

rill
'r

W
was
that
?

fajiafe

^^1

^F^F

^^
I

Deadeye.

^
I

*<

=&
why, what
Si

me

lent

rr {V'^
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a^

*i

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=tf

^ 1 r

till
^'^r
be.

f
the
cat
1

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t
n^

*=S=SS

ir

^
-i~was
the

-c

t
y.
b^2
i

r^
b^
1/

=^E

Chorus of Men.

=^=F
it

was

was,

it

cat

^
^scSi

Captain C.

They're

r*

^1

yt n^^ p^

^
-1

fir
1
s
it

M: U |'(S'"u;/ lm
^^^
N
i

J,

'

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Chorus of Men.

^ ^
was

si

z
cat

m
t

d'
the

^
Pull

fight.

shore

in

fash

ion

-^

^:

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rN'N-^ j^ ^=;f4^=^^
IS
|N.
I

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fn

<'
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i ^ss^a

dyrfriT-fT^

lilt

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rj>r
stea
-

rFi^-^g
Hy-men
will

dy,

de

fray

^
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79

H
fare,

For

'

y
a
cler

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r /
man

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mc,

^
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To

nite

py

why, what was

N.-1

<

fKi d

r^i

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r?
that?

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i
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Dbadeye.

m ^
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,

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Chorus op Mbk.

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:t

If
a p.

r
the
cat

ey
It

r
was

Si

lent

be,

gain

^=

> n

i=^ *n_ji V

F?

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^ f^f

^=p=

^^^ ^j
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t't
Ev

W
a
-

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the

gain

T
tion

Josephine.

- 'ry

step

with

cau

Ralph.

g^=g^
Ev
-

^^^
step

'ry

with

cau

tion

@fe
cati

Captain C.

i&

They're

right.

it

was

r
the
cat

c
with

r
cau
-

Deadeye.

tion

fe
Ev
-

'ry

step

with

cau

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feel
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ly creep

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way,
-

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with

cau

tion

=t
feel
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ing,

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feel

ing,

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^
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ly creep

way,

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step

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soft

^
a
-

will

ly creep

way,

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- 'ry

step

with

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^
feel
-

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ly creep
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-

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tion

ing.

will

soft

Ev

- 'ry

step

with

Chorus. Tenors.

m
will steal
will steal

m ^M^
way,

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Basses.

^^^^
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-

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step

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tion

'ly step,

with

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with

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Captain C.

E
Pret
-

m
ty

daugh

ter

of

mine,

in - sist

up

on

Vnow-ing

-S*-ii-if-^-<F-i^-*^-**^

-S^

Where you may be go

ing

With these sons

of the brine

For

my

ex

cel-Ient crew,

Tho'

-*

a
J'

^N3
foes

;
.

[^

they could
.^

thump a-way, Are

Chorus of Men.

scarce-ly
.

fit

com - pan-y, My daugh


. .

- ter,

for you.

Now, hark

at that,

do

Tho'

^*

^^-t

T^

_^

foes

we

could

thump a

-ny. We're scarcely

fit

com

pa-ny

For a

la

dy

like

you

Proud

fazj

j^^

^
^^
IX

.g-^r^-jtf f
i

^
of
-

o con 8va.-

3^ ^
- ci-

i.

fi-cer, that

haugh-ty

lip

un

- curl

Vain

man, suppress that su- per

lious sneer.

For

have

f1^

-^^i-rulj

^-^ ^\=^=^:i f^-

82

ifrY
dar'd
to

fy^'
love

^^ ^
A

S=ls= "

J^ b.

^==^
to
all

your

match

less girl,

fact well

known

my

^^

Captain

C.

(h-\
I

fe^ >
Oh,
hor ror
I

mess-mates here

I^

^^Li

L^J

^3

Josephine. P

I,

hum

ble,

poor,

and

low

ly

bom,

The mean

est

in

the

port

di - vi - sion

The

>

>

>

>

>
-1

^^
i/-1

>
>
-1

>
>
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-1

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^
,^ ^4

J
of

J
e
-

J
pau
-

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let -

.;>j
The
mark

^
of

^^
butt

butt

ted scorn

quar

- ter

deck

^^
de
- ri-sion,

^=^
Has

^
dar'd
to raise his

f
e
-

gr ici^r
-

r
-

r
ter
-

\.-v^ir'^
deck
I

of

pau

let

Up >j. ^ ''If^^ r

^ 1^
r r
I
1

The mark of quar ^^. 0^ ^\ .^. . ^ nr Lr i l^r*^


ted scorn
.

S
to raise

de

- ri-sion.

rtr
j'

Have dar'd

my

J -^f*?-^? -^3-^

l ^

i^ li'^-i

2i^^J''^.-j^^, n r
1^ ^^ fi

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r
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bove

^
the dust
cres.

I
I

r V

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;

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r.

iJ
-

J- J
hood's glo

^
rious pride rious pride

t2=t:
to
rise,

^S
He
is

to

which you'd mould him, In

man

an

^^WU-^i
worm

ff

]
the dust

s\.
to

ii

f-r^.T^J
-

eyes

^^

J'Ji;^!;
hood's glo
-

^^
to

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w
I

r
I

bove

which you'd mould me. In man

am

an

l5^

V-

83

^^
^
Eng Eng
lish
-

^
be
-

man,

hold

^
me

him

ri

^S
be
-

Boatswain.
H-'^^g^
!

lish

man.

hold

He

Chorus.

Tenors.

iii

^ ^EE
lie
is

^
T-r-K

aa

lish

man

-g^gg^ ^j!He

1!-

1^
I

R
Erig
liili
-

is

an

m.in

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great
-

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is

a tempo.

r
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i^i

^
.

zEz
has
said
it.

^
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it's

U^2-^
to
his

lr~7'
That he

an

Eng

lish-man.

he

him

self

ly

ere

dit.

IfcjSH-

a tempo,

mf-

eon Sva..

^
r

^
For he

II ^^
^^
might
have

':^^t

r
is

'

r
Eng
-

r
lish
-

an

man

a
i^
m^
!iva

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he

is

^
an

been

^
a

Eng

- lish

man

r
That

r
I

r
an

r
Eng
-

r
lish

IJ
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man

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r

w
PI

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con 8j,.

iP

Roo

- sian,

French, or

Turk

^ Or
or

84
r

rr-ir
Or
per
-

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I
-

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haps

tal

an

Tenors &

Basses.

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per -haps

tal

t -f^'^ %^i^^^^^iH^i^ i-^-^44 f u -^-^ ^-j^^rr-^ ^i^-J


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r
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in

gr
spite

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-

of

all

temp

ta

tions

long

to

s
-

r
-

s
re
-

ther

na

tions,

He

mains

m^ ^1
an

Eng

lish

an

'

,^

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^

^h: iwm^^^UHH-T^^^

IE

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^
roll.

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m
^
all

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in

spite

of

temp

ta

tions

To

be

"*^

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I

J J J ^ *

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man

ther

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ton izv..

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1

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re-mains

an

:r

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.

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J,

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lish-man

He

re

mains an

E ng

lish

man

frp i

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1
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ut
-

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it's

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damme,

bad

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m
Sopranos.

fel 111 m
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f
it's

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too bad

damme,

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86

hear

him

did

you

hear

him?

Oh,

the

mon

ster

Ter

bear

ing

Don't

go

PP Chorus.

He

J J J
said

/-

dam

me,

^ S dam
he
said
-

me,

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J J
he
said

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dam

J
he

me,

1
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said

J"
he

i^
said

1
dam - me,

J^
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j^

JL
said

dam

me,

iiii\
m^s
^
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4 ^ ^ |-^L^H>-^

^^/-^-^-H^^^JdUnear

-1

J- J-

him

don't

go

near

him

He

^
dam-me,

^_^
he
is

1
I

-i E

i-

^^g
Sir
J.

PoRTEB.

is

swearing

swearing

My

>=^

i^'j-'isaid dam-me.
He

'

He

jjN^
said

j'^-ijj
Yes,

dam-me,

dam-me.

^=^
dam-me,
dam-me,
dam-me,

=^=^ JNJS|
dam-me,

J>.JS ^

J- ^

>!
I

jSJS^
dam-me.

-1

Yes,

ill^
pain

m
and

}dis - tress,
I

! J'M.
is

J'J
sy to

X
ex
-

=z
press
j

fS-TfV

my

find

it

not

ea

My

maicment

my

Mbderaio,

N
87

fc^^^^-i^-iprise

You may leani from the

^^
ex
-

Captatn C.

^^^M^lt^r
-

-"K

pres

sion

of

my

eyes!

My

lord

one word

^^^^J^^^^^^^ E^a
the facts are not be
-

fore

you

^
The

^^^^^
/
word was
in
-

#
^
I

m
*/
al
-

low,

Ig

J
ex
-

N
\
pla
-

d
-

m ^s^
-

ju

di-cious,

But

hear

my

na

M-^=^^
^
con
ifua.-

gjti; 1 1 4
y**'

"t#

3S ^^
^

^^^
J
At
-

tion,

im

plore you,

And

IJ

p=^.^^^^
you
will

^^
I

Sir

J.

Porter.
=t:

=fe3e
vow
!

be

^
will

^
of

r
no
de
-

^
tempt none
if

in

dig

nant too,

hear

fence.

you're

i
i&/a.

^3
J:J:^.J:
r 1
r
"^

w^^m
^
r

"^S"

^
sen
- si

M
ble.

d
That word
of

J
e
vil

Jl
Is

J'
whol

J.
- ly

J
in

i:
fen si -

^
;
'

-
t

>

=tg
you

^^
^^^ J

sense,

de

ble.

Go,

ri

bald, get

-^

r \t-

its ^*Scr-

l^^=

J
r
r r p==ir

=F=^

cr

i^

^^
-

;j
ce
-

-I J
This

jN^I^
is

^a
Of
ill
-

3t:
as
-

^
pe

fs

hence

To

your ca

bin

with

le

ri -

ty.

the con

se-quence

ad

vised

- ri -

ty

(i ^^
-zj-

3^

-Cf

88
Sir
J.

Pouter.

ttringende mtUo.

Thus

all

shall leam, ere

long,

To

re

p Sopranos.

^3:
This
J)

=^^^=
Of
ill

J=
-

is

the

Tenors &

con - se Basses.

quence

ad-vis'd

as

pe

- ri -

ty

e
as

g
pe

*N- ri

^=g
strinsvndo molto.

This

is

the con

se

quenoe

Of

ill

ad-vis'd

- ty

VJ

*
L

-f-

r
-:

j
Cousin Hebe,

^gidd

'en.prt stringendo.

frain

from

lan-guage strong.

For

haven't

ny sym-pa - thy

for

ill -

bred taunts

No more

have his

sis ters,

and

his

*:

*
\

strin'ndo^olto.-f-

"^
-H

^ '^
1-

...mf^re strim-mdo. stringeiido. sempre

^=1^2=
P^-fecu
-

-11

^-=^

sins,

and

his aunts.

J--

J- J-

J-J

_;l J
No
more

^
m
=1

No

more

have his

sis

ters,

and

his

cou- sins, and his aunU,

have his

JW \ j
sis
-

r=i
and
his

ters,

^
No
more

>

i.

r=^
his

^
cou -sins, and his aunts.

-f-

--

-^

--

p^ 3^
J^
I, sins,

have his

sis -ters,

and
=1:

"^^m^^ :^M
-j
i
And
his
sis -

No

more

have his

sis -ters,

and

his

^^^

fe>=j

j'
and

J^
his

j
aunts.

j
His
cou
-

cou -

sins,

and

his

sis -

ters.

ters,

and

his

cou -

sins,

and

his

^._x-f

ftr

\f-^rfff ^f\'^fff

f -^-M^

go

I7o. 19.

OCTETT & CHORUS.


Ralph.

m
Allegretto trwderato.

r
-

k
my
own,

ggpi
Light of

:\r
fare

^gg
I

Fare

well,

my

life,

well

For

crime

un

it
P!ANO.

=r
^

3 g 8

til

S^S^Mil

8 s s

4a

_j_

j_

^^l^^i^^

K
fi'
'

'

lnJtjM^ra^n^F;iFjLr JJJlLL^L^

(^ r
known

LEL^^
I

^
-

Josephine.

ai
will

^
tone
;

=(n=

go

to

dun

geon

cell.

In the meantime, fare-well

eS^
And
all

"

y
a
-

^
'

V
dun
-

^
geon

"11

Sir

J.

Porter.

^^

-V

lone

Re-joice in your

^^=^=^=h==^
pick with this
sai

^
Let

^
At once

* J, J
to
his

-e-

lor

fell

him

be shown

dun

geon

cell.

^r^
g-rr^-g^E
-^1H-

3:

3:

ijizsr^r^l*:

M a m

^^
.

91
Cousin Hkbe.

92
mf JOSKFRIKB.
rj

i
Fare
-

r
And
all

well,

my

own,

Light

of

my

life,

fare

well

^-^ r=^

m/ Cousin Hebs.

^^E
tone

^^
loves

^^
mf
He'll

He'U

hear

no

Of

her

he

so

weUI

Ixt

him

be

Mrs. Cuffs.

^
no
tone

hear

Of

her

he

loves

well!

For

mf

Ralph.

1^
Fare
-

^
well,

Z2Z

g
Light

1^

r
life,

=^
fare
-

zaz

my

own,

of

my

well

For

cnme

un

mf Sir

J.

Porter.

i
He'U
hear

I^-/
no
tone

;
he

J
loves

Of

her

weU!

Let

him

be

mf

DEAL.EYE.

Sfe
He'U

zz:

^
Of

^
her

^
he
loves

^
so well
1

hear

no

tone

For

crime

/ Boatswain.

tr^
He'U

1
hear

^
no
tone

Of

her

he

loves

so

weU

For

crime

un

<w/Boatswain's-mate.

'^

1
He'U

J
hear

^^
no
tone

^
Of

J^
her

J^
be
loves

32
so

weU

For

cnme

un

Chorus. Sopranos.

r^
For

^^
cnme
un

Tenors &

Basses.

f
cnme

f
un
-

Fw

93

$
lone

^
Re
-

anrfto.

.re2Z

gE
Ife
iHig-fe-H

joice

in

your

don
molto.

geon,

four

dun

geon

ceUi

Jf
zz:

$
shown

^
At
once

^
to

^
a

dun
molto.

geon,

dun

geon

cell!

^
He

^ ^^
.,

if

known

goes

to

dun
molto.
r^j

geon,

dun

geon

cdl!

g
known
I

g
go

P
to

P
a

r
dun
molto.

:^
r
dun
geon
cell!

^
gW
cell!

geon,

J^'

i'
once

i'
to

1
his

32=

shown

At

dun
molto.

geon,

his

dun

geon

^E ^^
known

Z2I

^
geon,

=&
geon

:#-

^ 1^
cell
I

He

goes

to

dun
molto.

dun

m
-

^^^
known

-.ff-

ici:

BS

He

goes

^^
-

^
to

to

dun
molto.

geon,

dun

geon

ceUI

^
dun
molto.

e?
geon ceU!

^
:jf

known

He

goes

geon,

dnn

i
known

^p
He
goes

^
N
to

N
dun
molto.

ffte
geon.

dun

geon

^f
known

He

e=
I

#
geon

ijr

goes

to

dun

geon,

dun

^
ceUI
celll

S ^

i
trim.

^
/

'

; !

94
Six
J. I'oxi-Utt.

My

pain

and

my

d'-

tress,

gain

it

is

not

ea

sy

to

ex

press

My

^
i
mdti
_j_
I

T
I

J-

j^
may

J
dis
-

It
co
-

maze

ment,

my

sur

prise,

^
f
'

gain

you

ver

from

my

eyes

Chorus./'

m
How
P

IIow

^U
Mrs. Cripps.

-Se^

Hold!

Ere

up - on

your

-J^^-'J'
ter
-

ri

ble

J"the

J-

j-^

j^
of

j^rj
his

as - pect

eyes

m :
,x
ter

J" S'
ri -

;
the

/
of

jhis

ble

as - pect

eyes

|i|^
loss

^
you
lay

^
much
stress,

?
A
long
-

*
con
-

j"
I
..
I

n
If*
crime

^
I

ceal

ed

would

con

fess!

^ ^

=^

'4^^-

*^-

;,p

^1^:

^f=p:

a ^

r 1^^ t

95

No.

ao.

LEGEND Mrs.

Cripps

&

Chorus.
Mas. Cripp*.

FlANO

g'^^^ma
-

J
years

j'i
a
-

:3ia

ny

go,

When
^
I

j-j
I

;|j^/'>1
cbamiing,

E
r

was young and

^
As

^^
some
of

m
know,
I

you

may

Ji

1
i

M^r

j^^ 1

g^i 1
I

J"

1
I

Ji

J^i

ji

1 r

riiJ
prac
-

jy
tis'd

j-ijV'^^
-

^
Sopranos.

ba

by

farm-ing.

Now

this

is

most

lann-ing

When

she was young and charming

She

Tenors & Basses.

=^=F
F
his

EF
is

^
a
-

most

larm-ine

[ipTP i[^- When


!

;.p^ r
She

she was young and charming

I
<^=t

>

=^

=^=^

^i-'^^-'-'U
jN
-1 -1

r
^^ -^

-1

-1
I

t*

^
prac
-

1 r

1
ba
-

^^^^^ ^

m
-

Two
1

^ ^fN
ten
-

M i r
I

der babes

nuss'd

years

^
a

=F=^
go

tis'd

by

farming,

ma -

ny

y*-f

F.

^W^
4prac

tis'd

ba

f by

f f^~r
A
1 r ^
^

F,
I

^^r
ny
years

?=^
a
-

farming,

ma -

go

*1

r-i

i~t~j^-^rT'

F^
=^

tm-v
1

*i

*i

^1

.=^=:^=

1-1 r

96

One was

of low

con

di-t:on,

The

ther

::p

per

- crust,

re

gu

lar

pa

tri-cian.

*i

Now

Now

jN ^

j^-B

^i=i ^^^t-^-^-MH-^ =

-i

Mr

M
I

^' 1 i

^i ^

^H -; 1 r

j:

f
N ^
r

^j=

^--1 1
I

1 1 r

|J^'i j'j. j-N'tJ'^^ "'l^j^


this
is

:S=S:
of low

^
The

=1*
-

^^^^^
o
-

the

po

si-tion,-

One was

con

di

tion,

ther

pa

tri-cian,

E
this

[^

g
is

h g
the

k "'g
I

{[i\[
One was
of low

[i'^'di

[
The

^^'fti^^'-r

po

si-tion,

con

tion,

=^=F

^^
^

ther

pa

tri-cian,

1 1 r

m
1-

1 1 r

Mrs. Cripps,

ma

ny

years

go

2.
!

Oh,

^^

^
r
ma
-

[
ny

3
years

r
a
-

go

^^^
r
-N K" 3=:

>

ii=^
Ezrr:

=^

^
w

97

^^
bit

1^^
How
e
-

^ ^E
rer

ter

is

my

cup

couH

do

it ?

^
I

^m
mix'd those chil
-

-p
up.

Aad

dren

4Lj-M

J11
^=^

^-mI

1
I

j'-l

-I

.|
|

..|

I-

1
I

J
*l^i1r

^j

J-l

,^|

.1
I

,
| |

J,

B
1=
'

1*

m
not a

-1

li^^=^

i:

3^ ^5

^^ i r

crea

ture

knew

it

Sopranos.

^
How -e
-

.I

'l

ii'"' i liJUiJiiN
do
it?

r
Al

ver could you

Someday,

no doubt,

you'll rue

it.

Tenors & Basses.

How

-e

ver could you

do

it?

Someday,

no doubt, you'll rue

it.

Al

'

'^
>1
I

'

I '

j' "
1

^
-1

=3izei

>1

i^

1 r
In
time

^^ ^^^
each
lit -

tie

waif

For-

^^=fe:

-'^H^
So

M
c
I

though

no crea

ture

knew

ii,

ma-ny

^
years

r
a
-

go

m^'

^ r

q8

T~^J^T^r
sook
his
fos
-

ter -

mo-ther

The

well-bom

babe

was Raich-

Your

cap

tain

was

the

o - ther

rail

i^
ma
-

ny

years

^
a
-

r
go
!

rail.

ma

^
-

r
a
-

ny

years

go

(^^

rL
ma

L
ny

1
years

SHI
a

go

a tempo,

'^~

fepi

wf^

-^

> 1

=F

i
=^

IE

99

No.

21,

FINALE.
Josephine.
f^

M i e^
^_ S?^

Oh

*
joy,

^5=1=
.

M
oh

un

Li
for
-

r
'

r
c'.oud

;^j

^^
is
I i

Cousin Hebe.

Oh

^
joy,
1 I

rap- ture

seen

The

cd sky

-^

=!=*=
-

Kis

oh rap

ture

un

for

seen

The

cloud

ed sky

^ i ^^

Ralph.
-r

-#
1

ta

i
cloud

J
-

:^=!=
rap

Oh

joy,

oh

ture

un

for

seen

The

ed sky

is

^^
Piano

Deadeye.

ifcEE

d^=t
joy,

ji
is

Oh

oh rap

ture

un

for

seen

The

cloud

ed sky

r^"^HT

TT"^"^

r'T^T^
t;^

-^

I i S^'M^ri^F^M'T^^'g
&-J

f Allegro

tl-'-

r
I

vivace.

^^
fc^

^
se

4:

^
god
of day,
I

^^
the

f
Has
hung
his

t iJ

'
sign

n^i^T^
high

i
sky
is

now

rene,

The

orb

of

love,

en

a-bove;The

all

fer

3t=t
now
se
-

J
tene,

J
god

^=F
orb
of
love, lias

,#
high

J
sky

J
Is

fc3=lt
aU
a

The

of day,

the

hung

l.ii

en -sign

a-bove;The

now

se

rene.

The

god

of day,

the

orb

of

love,

Has

hung

his

en

sign

high a

bove ; The

sky

is

all

^^^^^m
^uH
-

3^

1
I I

i"

'J-'-w-* -^

**

^^
-

^ ^^^

lOO

blaze.

We'll

chase the

lag - ging

hours

a-long,

And

if

he finds

the

M
We'll

I ! I

^fe
hours

* s

N rT
J And

li.
if

i>,
he finds

-*
the

ifsi

chase the

lag -ging

a-long,

^ ^
-

blaze.

With

woo -

ing words and

lov

ing song They'll chase the lag - ging

hours

a-long,

And

if

he finds

the

4^3
With woo ing

blaze.

words

They'll chase the

lag

ging

hours

long,

And

if

he finds

the

i S^
\

m
\

^
^*
l

p
j il f

siu^*ris^

r_l

^l^

ip^pj

i,

arm
i

=cia=Ftfi iri F
r
l

F^

i S?^

^^
-

^
de
-

^
In

maid

en coy, Well

mur

mur forth

co

rousjoy,

dream

roun

-de

era,

/^

^
n.:j maid
!L... en coy, TU-.Jll They^ mur /, mur forth

=P2: In

5
y roun
-

de

co

rousjoy.

cres.

i^\maid

; r
-

If
mur mur
-

r
r-

c
de

^r
co
-

^ ^

en coy, We'll

its

^
-

mur forth

rousjoy.

^
In In
i

dream

de

dream

maid

en coy, He'll

mur

t^J}^

/*

^^ ^

^
r
b^

^ ' v ^"^ i
*
'

forth

de

co

rousjoy.

S
,

^
-

/^
de

roim

de "7?~

:^=
-

dream

y roun

lay,

in

roun

de

J i J' ,fj'j'i j JjJ

iJiJjjjJii

&
e>Q
'

jt'

gy=>

^
'^^

lays.

lays.

I B.

*^'

Captaik C.

Chorus.
^

-fH---

Captain ^apta

C.

^
lOI

^^=ga
~g
though be

fer m

^g ^^
tho'

^
-

f_

f &

^^=C=
fall

I
I

i
was

fore

my

%
cap
-

I
tain

r^^
of

bJ'-^f^T-]^^^
-

P
I'm

g
a

you

all,

mem

ber

^
of
of

Chorus op Men.

the

crew

And

-t:

^3

-i^5^
=?=

* r

=?=g^

^
Captain C.
I

r be

ir

~^w^^
a

fore

his

fall

He was

cap

tain

of

us

all,

lie's

mem

ber

the

crew.

shall

X\f

^f-fmar
-

>

^;:

=ft=ft:

fc=fe * *
In

m ^=^^
J\
life
!

'
you,

>

^^
are

ry

with

wife

my

hum - ble

rank of

And

my

own,

she.

i^^^=~^=T^^i
''S^.

n m
\

f-

^^
But where
- e

^i_j.'i

U ^
;
go,

i^

'

m
to

must

"W

|4L^_g_gjLg.
wan
-

;\t
-

I
ver

I
I

I
may

der

to

and

fro,

^
I

Chorus of Men.

pi

ft

gj

\
true

S? ^

shall

ne

ver

be

un

thee

What,

fes: in w^ m.

^
Cap.

^^
Chos. of Men.

i
^
Cap. C.

^'-iii
-iriri
3^E

Chos. op Men.

I02
Tenors
only.

nr-'^^^^r^n-i'
thee

'
I

'

r
for

-rI

r"^^^
Pin
-

Then

give three cheers, and

P
'&Jl\>

r-

Give three cheers, and

m
^

......
I

one cheer more For the

mer

cap-tain of the

a
-

fore.

Then

one cheer more For the

/.

ll

^
for

"

M'

1'

L
Pin

t
Then

mer

cap-tain of the

a -fare.

^s ^

fo

8z/a,

^^^
give

E lg

-^^ 3^

f la ^

^ f V.

; ^ '

f
i

9 ^/^
Pin
-

,^

Mrs. Cripps,

^^^^atte
a

give three cheers, and

one cheer more For the

cap-tain of

the

fore.

For he

three clieers, and

one cheer more For the

cap-tain of

the

Pin

fore.

J_j-J.
I

L.

m^
^ir^

4 J * J
-J-

4
-J-

3^
-J-

^
ter
-

n^hn
-*
*

1 J-

'

Hfntj^

con 8va.^

-*- -art-

m
loves
lit
-

^
tie

r
cup,

r
I

nr
could

But

ter - cup,

dear

lit

tie

But

Though

ne

ver

tell

why

^i^ ^^i^

^K 1^
But
still

^
he
loves But
-

-^T

IE

nr
r r

f"

ter - cup,

poor

lit

- tie

But

ter

cup, Sweet

lit

tie

But

tet

ctip,

aye

-^r

x'

I"

=F=F:

?=F

'

^^=F


Tutti,

I03
Chorus.

/
loves
lit
-

For

he

tie

But

ter - cup,

dear

lit

tie

But

ter

cup,

Though

could

ne

ver

tell

why

1-^=4-4^
r
r

-4:::-

^=^

-it-

N^ w^
I

^
J
-

* ^ E
:w

eS

^^
Sir
J.

(|

J
Bat

J
still

J- J
l

j
- ter

J
dear

J
lit

l^
But
-

he loves

But

cup,

tie

^
ter
-

Porter.

i^3^
lit

E
aye
I

cup, sweet

tie

But

- ter

cup

I'm the

^^

#=F-if^f
j

Jn^n^-jiU
J
J
mar
-

^
fa jfc^ i^
is

31

S^E ^gg# T ^^
J
l

S^
mon- arch

*
of

*
the
sea.

J
I'll

^ SMS
N
1

^ ^ ^ ^ ^
vo-tion that

And when

I've

ried thee

be true to the de

my

love

^^^
=S=^
I

Cousin Hebe.
iST-

im -plants, Then good-

Stringendo molto.

if
.
\ \

^^^rf
\

'P

*=Jl^
J
!

4-

.-J

J
j

4I

L
\-

r^T
1^-.
'

i
^

T':rl-"

r
N > =fs:
s

:^-^=^=^=^
your
sis

-> S
your

S
-

saunts,

4
Es
-

^^^=^^1
-

^^
bye
to

ters,

and

ecu

sins,

and your

pe

cial

ly

your

cou

sins,

Whom you

mz

^
Tilth.

-^

J:

i'-^-^=^^^^hr^H=^M
reck - on

Chorus

Vivace.

Sopranos.

5E^^
ij:
-

--

--

m
and
and

-^

^r

up

by

do

zens.

Then good - bye Tenors & Basses.

to

your

sis

ters,

and

your

cou

sins,

your

aunts,

Es

St

Then good
Vivace.

ffTP=^^pipp^g=]=?=P=^F
-

bye

to

your

sis

ters,

and

your

cou

sins,

your

aunts,

Es

4t

^m
^=^

\-

^
104

^^^^^^M^
pe
- cial - ly

fs

N
-

\
up

N
by

-Ndo

>
aunts
1

-#-

W ^^r

I
pe

1/

>

cial - ly

^
=^^^p
t* t"

your

cou

sins,

Whom you

reck

on

zens,

and your

mm
For
he

f f

^^=^
g

1/

1/

t*
-

/
by

g
do

c
aunt's
I

S=4 ^f^^-H
For
he I
1

your

cou

sins,\Vhom you

reck

on

up

and your

..

^
-=tr

^
is

^
.

-^=if

4-^-J
<r

^-J

^* =g=t=^ =g=^ t fc^ ^Si


an

^S
For
he

5^3
it,

^-r

Eng

lish

man!

f
For
he

f^-p^
him
self

him

r
self

^^^-fH^
has
said

an

Eng

lish

man

^
has

said

it,

S^S i #
@i.-

^^
-^
^=Pi=

=^

^^ i ^f=
is:

2=

o^^

hJt^-^

eE

^2=

:2=

:g 2Z

:^
r
I

jr

i^

'LLT

f=r

LlUU ^^^
That he

man,
8va..

J.
I 1

^^ ^ S ^^^
-1

^r

'r

f'fff flr-p^
i

_c^i=^

1:

"

"

.:=*

-S

I05

man

(^^

. .

. .

H.M.S.
^n

PINAFORE;
OR,

THE LASS THAT LOVED A SAILOR.


entivtlp OrijEiinal Nautical WRITTEN BY

Comic O^tm,

W.

S.

GILBERT.
COMPOSED BY
B.

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(Song and Chorus)
" Sorry her lot

who

loves too well."

(Josephine's Song)

" Fair moon, to thee I sing." "I

(Song.)
!

Captain Corcoran
"

"I

am the am the

Ruler of the Queen's Navee


Captain of the Pinafore."

(Song and Chorus.)

Sir J. Poi-ter
.

(Song and Chorus.)


(Trio.)

Captain Corcoran

" Never mind the

why and

where-fore."

Josephine, Captain Corcoran, and Sir J. Porter

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.

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H.M.S. Pinafore Selection


H.M.S. Pinafore
Little Buttercup.

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Arranged

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.

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Charles Godfrey

{Bandmaster, Royal Horse Guards.)

Charles Godfrey

Charles Godfrey
Charles Coote, Jun.
J.

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