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°lhe PERA <Z4 it 16 at th& With new settings oftheAirs and odditwnalNRsic $3. and Right qj Representation reserved. Published by Boosey & C9 at their Music Warehouse 29 5 Regent Street. not more than two at any one Concert. and at New York & Toronto. Public performance forbidden. . Applications for the right of performing the above Opera must be made to MV Nigel Playfair. but they must be given with- out Theatrical Costume or Action In no case must such performances be announced as a "Selection"from the Opera. Single detached numbers may be sung at Concerts. Lyric Theatre. y W. London. Copyright 1920 by Boosey &C9 All Rights reserved under the International Copyright Art. W.00 Net London BOOSEY & CO. Hammersmith.

Louise Mukle Oboe . Dolores Denison. . John Clifford. : As revived by Mr. Nellie Chaplin 1st Violin and Vioia A d' 'more Kate Chaplin ma Viola --. PEACHUM Frederic Austin LOCKIT Arthur Wynn MACHEATH Frederick Ranalow FILCH Alfred Heather MAT OF THE MINT THE BEGGAR Arnold Pilbeam MRS.PEACHUM . Edward Barrs. June $th. 1920. Edith Bartlett. Vera Hurst. Lilian Stanford.- Violin Violoncello - and Vioia da Gamba . Elsie French POLLY PEACHUM Sylvia Nelis LUCY LOCKIT Violet Marquesita DIANA TRAPES . Nigel Playfair at the Lyric Theatre. Enid Lindsay and Nonny Lock Harpsichord . Junr. Nonny Lock Drawer : David Hodder Turnkey: Jack Girling {Members of Mac/tenth's Gang : Alan Trotter. Florence Mukle Conductor : EUGENE GOOSSENS. Winifred Christie. Beryl Freeman JENNY DIVER . Malcolm Rignold. Kathleen Thomas Lilian Mukle Mabel Chaplin Double "Bass . Leila Bull flute . Hammersmith. Charles Staite Women oj the Town Ella Milne.

partly for reasons of contrast with other voices in the opera. has been prepared from two early editions kindly lent to me by Mr. These tunes differ very much in detail in the two editions. .'' made for Mr. introductions. and adding music to them in various ways where reasons of stage action have made it necessary. etc. I have scored the whole for String Quintet. Frederic Austin. Additions will also be found here and there in the shape of Interludes. and I have re-harmonibcd the Airs. Pepusch. Arne were respectively responsible. Craururd and Mr.Oboe and Harpsichord. HE present arrangement of cc The Beggar's Opera. J. The figured basses were not such as could be used for present purposes. arranging certain of them as concerted pieces. The material contained in them consists of an Overture and the tunes of the songs. for them. These I have re-arranged for a bass-baritone and a contralto. MUY ra\5o3 ff> o ?H554- \=lao Note. to which figured basses were added. but in general 1 have used the more authentic and simpler versions of Dr. that it was originally written by Dr. however.. Flute. Hammersmith. slightly revising and stiffening the texture of the counterpoint. etc. Arne. Pepusch and Dr. There is little doubt. with occasional use of the Viola d'Amore and Viola da Gamba. For these editions. partly because of the particular circumstances of Mr. I have here left it very much as it stood in his edition. and is claimed by both of them (or their publishers) as their own composition. G. The Overture also bears traces of the variation in taste and style characteristic of the two editors. apart from re-scoring it. and. Nigel Playfair's revival at the Lyric Theatre. Pepusch. provided accom- paniments. Dr. Barry Jackson. The parts of Macheath and Lucy Lockit were originally planned for a tenor and a soprano. Playfair's production. in preference to those made later by Dr.

sweet lass . Why. 46 22. Before the barn-door crowing (Solo and Chorus) 5* 25. A fox may steal your hens. I'm troubled (Duet) 68 37. 28 My heart was so free 16. Were I laid on Greenland's coast (Duet) 3° 17. Our Polly is a sad slut by advice ? 18 9. 77 40. 80 A curse attends that woman's love (Duet) 81 44- Come. . Which way shall I turn me ? . At the tree I shall suffer 54 26. You'll think ere many days ensue 65 34. 82 45- 46. 24 Pretty Polly. 70 38. Hornpipe (Dance of prisoners in chains) - 50. Polly. 41. sir 23 13. 2 I. 78 42. Fill every and Chorus) glass (Solo 36 19. If any wench Venus' girdle 1 If love the virgin's heart invade 5- 12 6. Interlude . Let us take the Road (Solo and Chorus) . 21 1 1. Hither. Can love be controlled you might have toyed and kissed (Duet) 20 io. Interlude — " Molly Brazen " . The first time at the looking-glass 60 3i. 88 5'. dear husband (Duet) 83 47. No power on earth (Ensemble) 74 Melodrama . Macheath's soliloquy . Introduction . Overture - the employments of life 6 2. Thus when the swallow 65 35. Would I might be hang'd (Trio) 89 S2. how now. How cruel are the traitors 59 3°. 43 21. 1 ACT I. Cease your funning . Introduction (Newgate Prison) 57 28. O ponder well . 1 like a ship in storms was tossed I 2. If the heart of a man 47 23. In the of days my youth (Trio) 78 43. Man may escape from rope and gun 57 29. Madam Flirt ? (Duet) 72 39. - ACT III. I'm bubbled. A maid is like the golden ore Virgins are like the fair flower 14 7- (Duet) 16 8. Youth's the season (Chorus and Dance) 49 24. How happy could I be with either 67 36. The charge is prepared 86 49. No. O what pain it is to part (Duet) 33 ACT II. . 85 48. 'Tis woman that seduces all wear 10 4. Is then his fate decreed ? 64 33. Music to dialogue . say (Duet) 26 14. Thus I stand like the Turk (Solo and Chorus) 92 . 55 27. Pag«. 18. Thro' all mankind 8 3. When you censure the age (Duet) 02 32. Fill every glass (Solo and Chorus) (Second version) 40 20.

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SCENE I. A IL AIL ^ . pro . . * i £ P ^ i ^^ *-* 1' . ploy.. tf= / fa^iUM ^) neigr bour neigh. air.P E f law-yer be-knaves the E di ^=^ ^r ™4_ p i 4=i £S P £^=^ H. foco f $ s ? Thro' J^-h-J^H^ all the em. wt J/" I -^ p T M 1 7 ^ am m.merits of life £ Each i^^ ^ t> — .Ji JJ-t-JrJ ^SJ wife.) N? 2. 'Peachum's House. r Trull a nd p 1 1 1 ^^ rogue they call husband and I ^5! _^_ > F W cresc. Thq JU=p=M-P.. noth-er. rogue fess-ions be. THRO' ALL THE EMPLOYMENTS OF LIFE. The i I ^m £ £ S ? $^R^W^ priest calls the law-yer a cheat. 10117.rog one a . Rather deliberately. ^ — 6 ACT L. Peachum.AN Old Woman Clothed in Gray'.ses his 1 1 j brother. a - fc bu .

£ f-^-p priest calls the ^ law-yer a Pcheat. £ hon-est as 3i==i mine. t g — . V ^f-Lf And the r J'p statesman.« i* mine. Thinks ?=£r^f his trade £ as hon-est as his trade as ft* ^i ? O >r I ^ — iWft "* »^ ^^^ ^ ^^ pocof ^^f-TJ^g rail r\ I . the statesman. rn j~'B ^lg law-yer bekn aves the di . because he's so r J' I f Thinks great. s £ £ ^=^ £ m potf ^oc-o rail. . a tempo. p. ^ The 5 » V ^^ oi ^ ^ m p fe^i a tempo. I ii t />oco ra//. Thinks T ^ # m. 10117.T^H^Ol his trade as honest as ^-J IS! K y=^ * w M vs 1 .p p p' ph^^^m^ p Ji And p ip p j. because he's so ereat. tt. P e f [f '^ ^ ^ £ £ i ^^ S The p. ^ a tempo.-rr= — —# f >- ^ **=§ y » | ^ ^n jj-g JE H. p p £ Ji i r p 3^ l5? i . vine.Pn vine. r .

Sm he I i*fZlijV P tHf !/• .." p^ Allegro moderate. 'TIS WOMAN THAT SEDUCES ALL MANKIND.^ ° j j j with our hearts... 10117. r^ her. The Bonny Gray. mankind. . p £f of our mon-ey.es all. £ pi Her p p p P ver.y eyes can cheat— when J >Jm Dj\ most she is ± kind. N? 3. i •> j m 'Tis rfTl mm h 1 r r | 1 k p^ppcreirrrrr woman se-duc *p i pp p p fr q i that .. air. Filch. g ^ i i>oco allargando.. like p I wolves by night J ^ we #s^ 3^=* P* ^=^ "i' ' j i f r co/Za »oce & P / £=£ fr~~ ft e H. By her we first were taught the mm wheedling arts.Eyed Morn. p-q For . r m*..n g £ f-y fcE i £ 3=i E ftU^ tricks us /... v a tempo.

For slightly slower than Tempo ^ p I. And beau-ty must be fee'd in # P p poco /nt r g M m hy ^ Tempo I. poco rit.. Tempo I Ji I J' J>r n i r> cj- jo i ± t i> r i> suits of love. 10117. J j i ^ a itm tempo m^H-i | . for prey. P?Sp i w^m p » ji 8 J 1 )^ ^ a tempo. an k p>r?M0 nff Eg ^? vivace. iurt it r poco rit. 'ry fraud to bribe her charms.. 9 0—± — m poco rit — ^ £ $ roam. 1 And 1 p P beau-ty must i i be i 1 fee'd in I to p our arms. . are won by pay... h^frirr -to our arms. gg J'vp r r j a £=3= fc P accel.. like law. = ^ JE 7 ] fr V ^ fcfE 3Se i&fcfc £E=E =T Ur H.. And practise ev..

. a lemfo. ly.die wear. 10 N9 4. . ^^ smug . jj m . . "there dies an A do . neath the left ear fit fzjr^ir^ air of a lord A'nd we cry. j'lj-' j p i i ^ mm m ug~^ly. a j cord.' #£ Allegretto.1 Lil-iesand i ro-seswill quick-ly appearand i her face look wondrous I #j_j j* i j'. Be . nisi" —^ £N ^> a tempo. i^ j.-Cold and Raw'. ANY WENCH VENUS' GIRDLE WEAR. rs . so I j. IF Mr s _ Peachum. u. i but j. If an-y wench Venus' gir. Though she be nev-er so ¥i * km * £ f=§ 13 p- r j. Air. H i i.

m soon. Peachum. not made. Her gES dtdt JsN i £ T cresc. ^ a za: wife.. cresc. IF LOVE THE VIRGIN'S HEART INVADE. —*— How.« r-J- Pi^ #g ±=i ? > S r . f jz p 3ift f mr^ i g i ^>oco animato. 10117. £ i she be. Mr S. ^^ the sim pie maid S Me . S pm tA :i p *— rt ito ^ •>• §| a r p — a ffT J» f r i *g tf « ^> -vade.. * p 11 N9 5. r ^ i^i£ £^ §=£ H. -Why is Your Faithful Slave Disdained?" i aPS Andante If P^ love the vir <&- i . ... Air..gin's heart in. J~J J like J a I Up moth.

Mr s_ Peachum. £=F She*S- > 3 —tf i S. and then for life. N? 6. S fete t £ I $ hon-our's singed. tr.. 1 i 1 p p p p J. A MAID IS LIKE THE GOLDEN ORE. Air. Whose # 1 BE r^ 5 • * * r H. 10117. slightly slower.trin.12 pcco rail...-"Of all the Simple things we dov Allegro 4^-^ J» J* j. I • dare not rJ S=z name. Which hath guin-eas i —£q in. B- />oco raZZ. . f ^. *E3e J slightly slower. si .. cal in ^nnn tmf_ it.. N't r ^ ^m gol 7 . £=g 22: JEEE f i fefe* what mrai/ motto. den ore.

4 * r p r^L & * /?\ i - or* \ \ i a Hii ^ m^r] p^^f -«• **==?= /T\ y /T\ > 2T SU j. .. ££1 string. spouse.. be. ^P f* m mf rt g r p r ^ £ £ ^ £ | r p r p i p p p j aa JiJiiJ^b "' p p p i e^ p ji ^ p M^ r± \r mm m here.now there. ve-ry house. SW jSF^ I gfe^ F f i=f 3* E * ^ # §=fc P pJippPlJ* f" i Pppppp I Jj J | I wife's like a gui-nea in with the name of her Now m gold.. And is cur-rent in e . s i Sj $b>.fore i'JUi It is i i p p j P tried and impress'd in the f i r mint r LfH A. # H. ^ worth is jTm ne-ver known. 13 ~ | j . is bought or is sold. 10117. al fine. stamp'd..

it the A. Polly.14 N9 7. And gau-dy but-ter-flies If rig ~^=H-^r^** ^£ M s to- 4 fs i |JP H. 1U117.^4 P^ r p * HH^p £ # ^2 r.what shall I do to show how MUCH LOVE HER?' (PURCELL. ter. raels the ground. cji r FT TT ^ f Near bees in play —tU- na . . P< ^H j5 *t f= Mr 2 J as n 1- fe* S b p y -f £ ** « flut m - ^^ ter and clus . . Air. VIRGINS ARE LIKE THE FAIR FLOWER.) I te Andante affettuoso. r Vir-gins r r are i f like *r E the fair i=± £2 1v~T—.

iiJ r i shrinks. stinks. 'tis ^ poco rit.. and dies.. W Rots. 1»U7. no fro . der • feet.— And is trod un . # 1 g ' sweet). There fades and a tempo. <tr § r f I a £ when once $ pluckd. round But. poco a poco rail. i p Eg JjJ ^ «H ni g J i gg I J i73 J • ^N To Co-vent Gar-den sent (as yet & lon-ger al . (#np I JGi g 1 1 szr: H. \m^ am i=S f n m Sn m F r BB S P^P ^z'fc agitato. du . ring molto espress. lur . and grows past all S£ en . 15 />oco animato.lie a . ing.. 'tis #K is f f r % S ^ ^^ poco animato. .

Peachum. PEACHUM. n- - i i i l r I i § m iJHUJl sm UlstUs S!F Exr > > Our > / S § g I m ii senza > >.' Vivace. Duet — Mr. rail. With ^ ^ ^m Jt r mm 3=t=r=f as^=s ^ ^m ^ t r H. . PEACHUM. MRS.« :> £ f mz mi g± HP ^g^ j=e=i £? 3 *^r? ^ MRS.live will 3 e-ver rear a daughter! £ For ^ j J J !=?= «-S- ^F S r J * i: £ 5EEt £ 3 M-j^ § she must have both hoods and gowns and * 9 2 ^^ hoops to swell her pride. :> PEACHUM. PEACHUM. & Mrs. Our Polly is a sad slut. 10117.ly J 1 H is a sad slut! nor £ heeds what we have taught her.16 N9 8. Air -'Oh London is a fine Town'. — ^'vii r. i I . pi J - Pol . £^S wonder a - £ ny man a .

10117. 17 MRS. all tempting fine and gay ^^ ^ And when she's drest with care and cost. . she flings her-self a - i way*. ^i # dz f S^ f H*. ^ 1 cow-cum-ber. And she 11 have men be . way* # men should serve ^ a cow. side. PEACHUM. a cost. sir *: 1 1^1= HH Iee^e* i ^ I t&Lrm tm ' /V* furioso bfahr^ffi l H.all tempting fine and As ? men should serve a ?n~ gay. And LJl s Pi ^* ^ » * ^ j t ^=E=£ £=* P ==? ^ g f #n when she's dreU with care and % PEACHUM. Pi S r r i C—T r j i s scarfs and stays and gloves and lace. As £ f^ g* rtz^r P g » 3s £ f is ag r i i i^P PPPp r rf ^-fc P^.cumber. she flings her-self a .

ls N9 9. Andante con moto ^ m?^ U4^ J: £ ES P esfr. feEE* m m $ fe^fe Ji £ i Can Love be con trolled by ad fe =±£ ^ J=^ ^t •<H I 23 a —i75T t 1 t f £ pp j ^3 t -vice. pid our mo . thers bey' ^ Aa f S a J * IS i ^ * P 3 F ^ J^~ ? ^ I ^_j^U_ ^zi£ Tho' my - heart were as ^ fro - £ zen i as f=CT ice. CAN LOVE BE CONTROLLED BY ADVICE? Polly. King of the Ghosts'. At his H. . 10117.-"Grim. Air. Will Cu .

J * W *LS n J" gF j?JTr] n ^ f poco #- rail. 10117. 'Twas so sweet that r~ p r I i J r must have com r - T r plied. £ /T\ zm 4. /CS i chide. "raJJ. it both pp saf-est and £ best To mar- ^ ry.. U 4^ £ ? Sr- H. JB So I \ ( Ttmpo thought * i I..*p T if* Tempo Ui I. so return to ratf. rail. for £z« fear /7\ £ you m should £3? i ± ? r jg i 'i lir P r3"... close-ly he e p p i pressed. way. . j /TN £P u f a tempo. When he kissed me.ed a . — 19 J* J £ £ I t I i P-P flame tVouldhavemelt.

H. Air-"0 Jenny. O Jenny. . -so teaz'd T me. Be woo'd at - Tempo POLLY. But he I. P^S By ? keep-ing men off m ?=+ length. What S I B did. . O POLLY. YOU MIGHT HAVE TOY'D AND KISS'D. -Jtpeej \ and he I so p—leas'd . but I you keep nev t ¥ hem er won. you POLLY MRS must —-— — have ~ done.] tIiytJ ( *These lines have been added to the original. $ toy'd p i and kiss'd. where hast thou been?" mA Poco andante. me.— .sist. on. P and J' he g so pleas'd IS me. — 20 N? 10. But ' —he so 1 te az'd F~"^Z me. should re . Duet— W$ Peachum and Polly. 10117.

to land: r For is i > seiz'd j-' N=£ in the port the m hnr £ ^E=£ Si I #^ ves . Polly. tra . h^ p r p A*liJdj-^ . | f J jb ^ I. .yet a. 21 5± ^r - What / cx^ ff did you| must have done... Whose treasure is con . j like a ship ^=^F in p agitated gH§^ : F yf z r» £ ft—f* g > » H H» ^E^ ST i ^PfPP storms. .- ^^f m ^E. I CANNOT." &c. $ ^ * i ? or ^s fe^^ ^SE F ra f^E rTflfl^ ^s^F • W-r 3 ^ ^^ F N? 11. wa s toss'd. FT &K4i m I mi_^f^ ni_^r J- $ zzz ± *E=± mi > . 10117. The ~5h £ -#-*- « ' * FT r ? •> M* r P" S P S5 z- H.f raid to put in . AIR-'THOMAS. mm a Allegro moderato. P r . " r must have done. » i a I » * . I LIKE A SHIP IN STORMS WAS TOSSED. band. sel's lost.— '*- J .

j ' 22 t % JHH~-f4Fp piu tranjjuillo. my du - p r ty'spaid. . s s=* p mm />i i d tranquillo. I ask no more. pres - M sion! Thus. 10117. pr ^ beyond ex . raii. ^/» r p Lf p i r r p r p -nHrj. safe a .j j. My all is in my po - a tempo. a * er ^ lyl [ | all is in my po . p O i r joy — commotio. D. rail. 1 ^ ij ^ ^s f&B a tempo. vTrtHi mm * i ? colla voce.. ^ 1 £1 f ?=TT pi (i p p p p p i ^^ j> ^^ a tempo. waves are laid. /• J=a J. ses-sion rail rn i J) i: ILJ * Sg^fe $ s§g£ a tempo. * u u 2. ^^M fe# EEIE > S H. /T\ Mf=i j ? t3 «£ *=* ft ^ 4 m r /^v a tempo. shore.

sir.en: it SSI H. * im^t IS i « s> f= I* ^^ thief your goods and plate £ -i--^4=ft A thie f yo ur goods a n *t I plate. -ff With E^g—r=n rest. air— A Soldier and a Sailor: A Allegro vivace. Peachum. sir. d N° 12. sir. Your wife may steal your rest. A FOX MAY STEAL YOUR HENS. i —?~f 9 m aii4-^=f f S7 ^ ^m m VP^ ip^ ^ #-^^r A > >- > ihpniii P?^ lj p tr j~ j fox' may steal your he ns. 1LH17. . pence. f ^-jn-^\^_ But this is all but pick r . SIR. A wench your heath and pence.chest.ing. Your * ^3 | P > £ > ^ ± > . and chick. ^ £ 4=XTJ~HfBg 3= A daughter rob yo ur ches t. Sir.> pp.

ver was de . . . F mP¥ Sg S3 i *l r^i senza raii ^ ss ^ *-=- In * F^r *r « P » ?¥^ gjgg mae p ^S ^» J. ye Parents dear. O PONDER WELL. (F. Polly. sir. A). air-Now ponder well. Ho He c+oal stealsc vftiir your -ix'K m whole es- e . state He steals your ^ whole es-tate. 10117. H. creed. 24 a tempo *J \ i _• tj> i__ '„ A lm hand 1 is fmJA fee'd. elv sir. p P-^-M+Mi J'lgJ f ^L^^^j DANCE. If lawyer's a tempo.' Andante. It J f ^ ^^ £ ^ ss N? 13.

t- ^^ hangs rhy dear. " 25 m M ponder worn ^on. 10117. - on the rope that -JSl & i ' Qviru j i i i jP a P^f tempo ^ * I 1 *=i P^ ^ ^ * |J>M JiJiJ J i * t I O ponder well' J be | not se-vere^_So_ jit j | j | ra p^ raiZ. life. ly's life - 1 J' / J J 1 /*> L_ S J: i w H. .-w well! . save a £ wretch -ed wife! 7 For i r p r on the rope m dear^De that hangs my ft i — > J e^i a tempo. *=^i r i pendspoor Pol 1 . pp^. ' I ho be I ^M —— net severe. not «pvprf>- ^ So l-rr-p-T save a wretch -ed .ed | I wife! I r For =\ jrjufn r^f f c P f pip ^^ De m poco rit pendspoorPol z - i ly^s a tempo.

a temp __ rail. 10117. Duet — Polly and Macheath. poco rail. Slightly slower.ver? EfG Wi' ith 5fe 8" . say. PRETTY POLLY. never stray To some newer vour fancy neVer Did your newe 3 u bbb rrn f Lr l Jtf W f — Ed i m m ** ncy never lo . Heav-ing sighs. sr lo. say.26 N9 14.Lr-9 i« . />oco raii. (Slightly slowey.ilpO. £ a tempo.ver PrcttvPnllv^v Pretty Polly. -way. A | * 7^ I MfffiO *=* d J. When Whp. SAY.n T I was a -way. Pretty Pol-ly. ± d g^¥ leflffi I ^^ MACHEATH. m m . I] b *» fe r P (Slightly slower). Dot-ing eyeSj My constant heart dis Fond . Did Di d your fa fancy POLLY. Air -Pretty Parrot say!' Allegretto. poco rail espress. - s out disguisj p Slightly slower. tt. .way. ±: U rav stray iPP m poco me new some To so newer rail. S^ £oco rail. nr H. 4 a tempo tz 1 T. _ ^S. i When I was m a.

let lo. EB' a temPo. prettypretty. prettypretty Poll loll! fond-ly loll! /Ts ^ ^*^ /C\ «=* s . 27 ilACHEATH. m. £5^ Dot -ingeyes. a *em^>o (Slightly slower). p P ^>oco rail. f S 3 sr I # ~ r— . poco rail. /t\ /C\ i fond - S ly me loll! /On . ±k £ ^>oco animafo mm. r poco animato.r ralle. p a * pr/j ^f My constant heart dis a £xr r cov er.. POLLY. Poll. 10117. ^ rail. P With . a temfrj. poco animato. Fond .out disguise w m m Heaving sighs. rail molto. | bL mrtrr uuu ly let me loll! $ O pret -ty. rail Pf^ ^7 rallentando molto.er C^ca ftEftFfh f poco animato. mm fond ^^ - ~j~^__ ly a tempo. /C\ ^^^ g= gl^P^ I O pret-ty. . z Z P n co rit. -^^ — ' rail motto. ^^ly let meJoU ? 7 t> 4 MACHEATH espress. (SUghtlyjdori'er .ntan&o moltc ^ "£ ^^f i f i ^> H.

^^P Gp ri^U 1 >- P ^F^ n r p r~ -^u ii v n F V I ¥= 7 = : = ^ J> J> J^ rove d like the be e.ted. My heart was so free. Air -Pray. i . Macheath. }) It \ h 1 roved like the bee. £ ^ fei^ P? fe #H EJ £ x\ly g heart was so J> 1 J free. 28 N° 15. * * p i ^ J) & Ef Pol-ly my passion re . — . J) J ^ Till P rn »m ^=j? i m f p m tzi Si =£ ^ fr-in^]V7r^ j. X Till l^p Pol-ly p my T2l}\ pa s-s ion re - I Ji j.> j . mii7. im 1 i^P * » m nirm sfacc. MY HEART WAS SO FREE. qui.qui-ted. . * ^^ >- ( P * ' H f rrr^r^F *W ^^ : ¥=r >-p-^»-^ = g[ | ^_ft-J ^^ h. fair one be kind: - Vllegro vivace.

« 29 5 £ sipped each flow'r. j. ?=* r l 1 * i pF-? ^m p ^cv £ p r J. H. ^J> animate. *- changed ev -'ry hour. I ( In f l cresc.ted. ni . here ev-'ry flow'r $ h is u J i 1 i> ni -ted. ^m I s^ sipped each flow r I s i h iTTrj ^ *— J j> rn ^=7 i r^T T cresc f m *=m tag ^=#= ¥ p rail. f £ S /C\ a tempo. ppgg^ P . 10117. cresc. P^ I 3n£ changed ev-'ry hour. p p KS r changed ev-'ry hour. I sippe d each flowV. a tempo. But p & a tempo. But here ev-'ry flow'r is u . . cresc. ^ fe=££^ ra ^. I £e* \$ F rail. .'ry g S P & J~mm I changed ev hour. i i i^ sipped each flow r.

POLLY. 10117. ter-nal frost.~ig In-diansoil. Duet — Polly and Macheath. ^^^P r^l r Soon as the burning r-TT^f ?—rrt ^ W=r^ simile- £ H. ^zjrrf) g3^g Were rlil I sold on «~. WERE I LAID ON GREENLAND'S COAST. tempo. Too soon the half year's =**IM £3 fes^ i i- £oco « rii. 30 N9 16.midst e . m % m a f ^^ p pril § r* mm r < i ^p MACHEATH. . braced my lass. S§ P r r y¥ ^*S r t t -f — t. 1 ^ % £ #^¥ rtfc ^^ night would pass.' ft ^ es Allegro. J w ir - #» e^ senza rail rr '=J= Were I £ f^e laid £ on Greenland's coast ^ £ And £ my arms em in i^^^ ^ J r r i £ £^eee£ »Jl * ^oco rit. Warm a . i 1 tempo. * *i I T^frD r^N cr^-tr fc§ M^c. Air -"Over the Hills and far a way.

POLLY x $ fc!=^ rr nrr ^ ^fT^ffi^ mFM breast rep osed. w Ev-ry i night would kiss and play. sold on In-dian soil. 5 3C m F^E F f MACHEATH. fcrffiS PP : Soon asthe burn-ing !_. I would love you gradually slower. m rail. i> w^t* a tempo tan B > I B^l IPP^ <y POLLY. ! -£ hi P mm poco rit. 31 P° co rii a ttmpor m ^ k*=^ day was closed I I M^g W^^ could mock the sul-try toil When on 1 «Tj J my charmer's mmd e^ J J f I * J f i i^i "*" 2 rTTft =* m -9 i9 m a tempo poco rit. w fcfet ^—fr If with me g tt you'd fond-ly stray S^ O . 10117. MACHEATH. all the day. ^^^s^ta Were I MACHEATH. v>J ^ day was closed. p g r actually slower xn •9- «M- espress. And in my arms em -braced my lass. ver the hills and far i^ a-way j 35: m 7*^ V^ roll. H. ^^ W^FTf poco rit. Were 1 laid on Greenland's coast. .. ^ a tempo.

j>oco rif. sresc. try toil. 10117. J_^l mm^ I i J 3 CT ^ fefcl ^ H. n.rit a 3E m -€*- -o- ~TT" it . nal frost. Slightly Slower. esPress. n # 9Efeg feM 1 3^ & poco.cs^ress.n could mock the i sul J . the U £ees —— -# I"3 j e t H J rfi P pnco rit. « 32 I g^gr. ter . i ^^ pH r p BOTH.'ry night would a u £ ^ nightwouldpass. I would love you 3 all * the day.. . When on my char-raers p a u & u is ^ ? ihalf-year's Warm Too soon S a midst e . r ^^ ^ . MACHEATH roIZ /T\ a tempo. Ev .1 £e£ ^^ ^ ^ p r i breast re-posed.

Duet— Polly and Macheath.-j > H. 1011 7. O WHAT PAIN IT IS TO PART. r n j.Gin thou wert my ain thing'.r ^m £ i POLLY. ^ leave thee? j> Oh • p f what pain Mr ^=s it is to part! p- Can thy * i§g ^=T r JO- f cjr f f^tiJ fy^y £ £ r r err S -^•^7^ Poco piic animate*. Dh! what pain 2 it F is 4 to part! mm Can I leave thee. Air. ver vei ^ leave f ff th thee? But lest death J P my nxfpoco piu animato love should thwart.. #g^ if. 32 i f^p Can I.. .it . S 5 Pol-lv Pol-ly ^F^ £e£ e . 33 N9 17. 3*Ti^ ± ^^ p ^? r^ » j i p "r r .. l And ..' Andante affettuoso.

f» ?: 4 cz. art. tal. I thee from my ^ff^^ bleed. 1 tear thee from my bleed . P.ing heart! Fl y Tempo S^ mm I.ing heart £ Fly^ ^* f-f— f-^rf £ love should thwart. ? I Tempo ^^^j SB tear espress. feM /)oco piii ^#-£-^ ^#ff my my But lest death my love should thwart. - % r iO * bring thee to the fa . 1. 10117. . Lest death love. I ±=Z love P—m v=+ should thwart. r 3* po£B aiiarg. Lest death love_. P P Thus I I [ i ear thee from my j J-: ^h jT }^J Tempo I J es^ress. r nr— XT i ^^ r * r H. " Tempo I. animato. ^ m/TOLLY £ 3^ my 1 _my MACHEATH. f cart.

Fly hence and let me m j=^ £fT JfiTj^i ±=L=±M M^^ CJJ a tempo r^f 3m ^ r SP ^r^ r a tempo 1 —r===^\J? ^ £ ~ QA \ 913 ^m feBfa ^ 5f 2 r^i^ §s a — 9 f fa s3i3 7 H. 10117.. thee.. 35 k=* /Tv ajempo- a tempo ^ ^jjf ^ hence and let g^P me leave thee... Fly hence and let ne ^ rail. . *^£==£=^^ hence and let me leave.

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W r ^n #^=f ^m MAT. fmfm. pass . S^ Hark! I F^ hear the sound of 4 35 #* * ^ lO* ^ mam-* s f * f ^ £ i cresc. 4l»H7. T'ytmr E^X(jj arms brave boys and J4' HlbM'^ P*ip cresc. £ And turns z all err' our lead p to i W* * psp F P pfe^p m ^ ^ F=* ^W H. ists toil like £ ass - ^ es. Our fire their Utqi fire sur . _ 3s^5 Let us take 3 the road. es! aJLLF f The hour I M^ of at. ^ 43 N9 20. Mat of the Mint and Chorus..tack ap - BE proaches. #<«iy. In quick march time. . ^L f ?fr Jr feg i m i==£ iP 3 load :> :> See the * * 7n/" W ball £ I hold! =3= Let * £ chem * ^f^ . * P": coach . LET US TAKE THE ROAD. es.March from RiNALDO'i Aandel. fegjl T ^ 2». Ai R.

Hark! p I i .brave boys and > > 4: ^ . Let us take the road. r like r |. See the th< ball hold! Let i£i=E T~< P P your arms! »p »» r to your you r ' '' arms r n > to your arms! to chem . . es. Our fire their SP fire sur * Let i chTm -i .qfire their Fire sur . Our i llT_l_. es.Tyour arms. f * i p P LLr r F ^^ £ J r ^ £ee£ C jc- £ 3=i £ S load. proach .» hear th ® sound of * j i i i i rr r? r r i \ Let us take the road Hark! the sound of ^^i^ • 8 s^ *- in* f= 3 IS :st 9 =: i ^^f rr p i e=* £=F=^=P ^ p p r r l coach -es' The hour of attack ap proach . « -4 - S « p > . ists M i toil . ass -es. ists toil like ass es.brave boys and * * jif r r ir=p=g coach -es! The hour of attack ap .44 ^f JL #FJ ¥ r r l w gold. T your arms. * CH oRUS.

tack ap - fej" i"TT3 - | j 4 mm * * Hfr • • f f <> j: g ^ p r ^~r £ r i§ proach . — 45 £ ?^m i pass . And turns all our lead to gold. tack ap * f Er r £ ~fi i r n b r hear the sound of coach es. JL ^^ See the 3e£ -proach . Pi Hark! I j-J-« =^ £3 isi P > fTv . -i- i (cheer) (cheer) (cheer) f^=*=F? Hark! I wj£. giff T'your arms brave boys and load il mi See the "ST5 P £ £ H. £ T'your arms brave ^ boys sand f— load. I i j j-^ ji . J. 10117. s N (cheer) (cheer) (cheer) fe^E Let us take 2E the road. IE *=f P f a ^7 rr ijir ^ is# s s hear the sound of coach es. The hour of at . . The hour of at . es. es. es. ^ 1 a > > > ^ ' > ! > ^ ! -£ ^ «r.

(F. moderate pace. MUSIC TO DIALOGUE. 46 dying away. 10il7. . m 3E £ ^ ball. £ w—r £ ball <*-*- hold! Let chem - s ists toil like ass es. hold! (i ^ fe^ £ f =a jrr I g ^^£ ^^ pJ^r g?^ mm4 j i ny^ N<? 21. ~* —j 1 i ^r rz I Up ^ f fads r I i ii i IV * i > f^F=F i =r ^ a 4$ H. A.) Gracefully.

pears. ly g sweet - j^ZE^t^ ly Rai -sesour spirits ^JT-^V and 1 J charms | | our ears^ & h —» * * : » Sfe i T P r P =F T . Allegretto. *Mii * * ii j) If the i ii-ii heart of a j> J-- man Ji is i de - £ pressed with cares. Like the j'i Ui-B notes Hi of a j> fid. ^The #Hgj 5EEfe -#. Macheath.'&c. ^r sgs=~ S I P * M — — a g m ist Mj is dispelled when a j) jn I woman Jl ji j)-jr ap. she a $ gj J p ct==p- # ita sweet . P 47 N? 22. AIR—WOULD YOU HAVE A YOUNG VlRGIN'.die. IF THE HEART OF A MAN.

H. fi >j » 1 S^H sweet w than those. 10117.lies her cheeks dis-close. p p ^' P f=^ Ro . a tempo. .es p p ¥-\J Di P¥ ^ J J. /Cs mp==^ *=*p—i»— ' # IraU molto. -rrT i />oco a poco rail.With I P" LU bliss ^=^ - p TTp 1-. n r r f1 si 2 r* #-r- P *»» p. ^ m £ & ?=? ' ^ r / p • T k . *fe£ i r S T. e± N J J.sesand li . p- - s t-^—/~<_ Press her.solve us in pleasure and soft re-pose. sesand li. But her ripe lips are more i _s. — » 48 ^rW-^ ^zp ^ p p £ ^ I f g J. J> P" P P P =I Ro. p F But her & pp ^ ripe lips are more sweet ^^ than those. ^^'-^^^-rrfrp-rr^-i-p-^^ ^ - 1.1 j jrr^ ^^ Press her. rail molto.lies her £ it i at ^— gEjji in f 1 i&E X =T=fH r i I m p^p^ cheeks dis-close. solve j)l) us in J)J^ pleasure and ^ soft rf re-pose. With blisses Her kisses Dis. Caress her.Ca-ress Jl p-p 1 t-T—Xir-it- her.- P es Her kiss. poco a poco rail.

Chorus and Dance — Ladies of the town and Macheath air. r Youth's the sea -son r nw made for joys. i Lovewithyouthfligs swift a . ty. a £ rrrf i f r du . 49 N9 23. P ^m *=¥ Youth's t he sea . CHORUS 2. row. S§ Love is then our w Ours is not 2.g it 3 #=#^# ^^ i i H. 1. 10115- . Youth's the season. Let us drink and sport to-day. mor .son Let m& made for joy s us drink and sport to . i j> fce up • —m fi r J r=r J3 3 a . 2. Age is nought but sor . HH MACHEATH. 1 z i i She a . m CONTR. way. r Love with yoath flies swift a -way. p P~ 1.Cotillon v A Allegretto grazioso. to - I a r°r r rtff r p * U f^=£ r rf ^ « ^y rf rr s=§£ PP i S-F f* She Pp a -lone who that em -ploys. 1.day. . row. ^ SOP.Ions who a that cj em -ploys. Well deserves her beau . ty.

Davr.. 1 f >U7. Let's be gay.turn of Spring..r. son Life ne-ver knows the re .e s : on the wing.ne. mg.son Life ne-ver kn ows the re . Let us drink and _ »• • ' 4«_*U J± *- £ -- Beau .e and sing. turn of Spring.. . Youth's the sea . pised in de-oay. gay.V£rknows the re.. Youth's the sea .. ty's des .. Youth's the sea. While we may. While Time's *^f rwe. Dance and a % rmrtrt Beau-ty's a flow'r.. 'des '. des - isbfc pised in de-cay. Let us drink and K.son so: Life_ _. on the may. Tirr. turn of Spring.. wing.pised in de-cay." ** * Lets be. Let us drink and JL Beau-ty's a flow'r.

VARIATION. A. -j.) Hut • • • * mi rzn. — 51 DANCE. F. -r w JeeS t n^ wii nrrn 4 f T^M f rOyT fH^-fr? ^^ £ I i^^ * « — «- / I hHH PPP ^a =s i j-j j 3: ^ «=* 3 r^ * r :zz: mar cat o. .k i f rr rip yt r ^ -nj j i i r.

-'Xll in a Misty Morning'. Be . Jenny Diver and Ladies' Chorus. BEFORE THE BARN-DOOR CROWING. ing. . * a ££3e J] J J 5^ ^ j 1 1 .' Allegro vivace. while sus - H. 10117. Stands for a . air. JENNY. cock by hens at £ ten W ded. ing. His P i=£=fe i i j SSs £^£ i i ife i i i eyes a . ^^ The. fore the barn-door * fe&l m *=$ * IT * » E fe > - S a ph crow . round him throw ing.52 N9 24.

(Variation F. 2 Pi J n i j J j. ^- | m faM sife^ > 1 m m crescendo. — — f 53 I *£ -• cheers the r hap + J py -*- hen. ? hm p -u rr ^ ^ c. Be . . i p fj^P* — s J j j 6 *. gain. A. • *r ! f ^m r~ * £ i ( F £ j * r DANCE. ¥3 With E "how d-you "# #" do?" and ^ - fat" * *i— i 3^ 3l gf E y =£: -^— in p i £ T mni ll CHORUS. 1 1 /• £ "how d'ycm do?" and "how d'you do?" a . 10117.i'nn ^=f=^ f f-^ | ^ ^EESEEEEEfEE . J. gain.) IS fPP^ ^§ Mi Ps§ s to 1 i PhmM f r j ^f ki £ |J'''fjjijiiluai ^M f i -4^EgEEE f r rr r |j. p-r fa fgt b H.

In all kinds of ill. — ) o where I will. Let me ^ 11 kinds of ill. AT THE TREE I SHALL SUFFER. Macheath.sure. Ji Hr^ e£ find no such fu-ries as these are.sure. p j in' p jj p i tree 1 shall suf-fer with plea. J'. Let me go where I will. In ^^^Fr--^ J. 10117 . I shall find no such fu-ries a_s H. ' i' 1 i . — 54 N9 25. I shall P#g^ *E3 ? h 3 LO: S H J e | Ji r -f i £ r n ff=f 3 P — * g «) ) ' -L. J.-When A TD First i laid Siege to my Chloris:' Andante. air. At the \ > J' J' ^ J. At the tree I shall suf-fer with plea.

marc. mp m t ^f T ml a Sfci i fstfHS 35 f^ ^^ p If _ I PI I VT - m~-*-* WH ^ #"*"• sty — > 1 ' s. tf r Andante.ndo. . r i^ #^#i *• i * \m ^ m mS Iff* i£ rtt *= ^r ^>oco allargo. ^w 33E k icii. ' g I l f l — N? 26.m s these are.f fP i P± EE t ^ £ i^ mi * feil i ^^ m f^ —*-V > ^3 £ • ^ >. F. Allegro vivaee. marc. INTERLUDE. £ * ££ i#ffif m I ^ XI ff. >. A.

p^=k r #^S gdtt m stacc. £ S ?S ^AJS^ iHi •&& * 3: * • g S H I OUT .4 * p 11 ^I'jffiW^if^. ^g ^-s- ^^ f=T f^r m r /. a i — •- c wuirc. 3=E £ fefeP F^f s r i ^ ^ ^^ * ^ ir mp / (U^ < p~ I :> I eee ^^ J J. — 56 mM mm to* m ^J T sernfre * p -£ |i> F £m £ i ? i^w g i * ^M mp .f l_i i ^1 -i ^s ffrr P &-^- iee^^ ^P r ^S r iB s um K h. f h. .

NEWGATE PRISON. think it no harm'.#> ^ M 1 ^ J m ii s> i tw ratt. lisk s is sure © to kill £ 1^ ftJ pp 1 I te^i ^fe f pp rffi *EE H. cape from rope and gun: Nay.done. 10117 .' Andante. Who #£ B a P r- te mpoi 9-*. 57 SCENE II N? 27. *— /?\ ^ «-«- " 1. but rhythmically * f S t £: 2* « lit: 1SJ P pEJ lJg ^F¥=^ ^ ^^ N9 28. Air -Courtiers. That ba .1 I 1 ' J-JU Man may es . Macheath. A.- fe^# f- ^ 1 * # i 33 ^3 must be un . Doc -tors pill. F. Slowly. $s j i mflingering . si . MAN MAY ESCAPE FROM ROPE AND GUN. Courtiers. pm E . some have out lived the gun.

t T—-T-. f> /4» s fe £ 1 /Tv /#> CTFJ I* IE y^> H. cle is lostthe in sweets. s f^p He 5 d' * that tastes espress raZJ. wo -ff £ - i man. .. man. poco animato 9* ¥ &r m m ** sHIe p O^Ai m m y P=iP m==m ^ slower. r^ k a mf lingering. r ii ' i -i The fly that sips trea . ^ I * ^5=2 P^ k he that tastes ? wo Z7. So (I t=k a lemto.T\ I -o\ i E-^ngfM-t^ y.^ i raJZ. Tempo I. man. y?s ^ ^^ /r\ a? P£ £ # atem^o. 1 117 . j*. — 58 i * H s ^ . ¥ £ ^P^i lingering. Pocoanimato ten. i ^gptjg ^ Ov . I P ^ wo .j ran.

1011?.m m i- I rest! PW Who ev ? ¥m er steals a shilling. T— ^35 I Thro' i m VfUUrt H.-TWAS WHEN THE SEA WAS ROARING'.' i^ i Moderato. HOW CRUEL ARE THE TRAITORS. Lucy.. B > t >> y i * How S molto espress cru el ' d are —0- the E 1 im m ¥fmi ¥ k 1 mm$ *) It jj | T J'J P ^^ Tw &mf ^ r r ^ f ^ * cheat un - & guard - * ed i ^JT^-p-^g-^g-^ creatures Of vir .. 59 N? 29. and m ? ^^ ^^g^ ^ s ^ . tue. AlR. fame.. .

lain With n k m^ t I ± r jP fa ^¥ ^^ I Pr p P^ a tempo. ^m raiZ. molto p hljrJif^ p| £ a tempo. Macheath. #JB \ t\ js The ^p s: fepj? p s Iff s ynrn ss Poco ii £ rfzm Hii IP ^ Jf * first ps time at the pi r look - ^^m ing glass the mo - gw^ m ther sets her daugh .. ter. The 5 p j p rfrg f £ r i ^m ^ ^ ^ . the perjured vil ..The Sun had loos'd his weary Teams'. Air. mclto.' Allegro. Se gr» ^^ J» > N9 30. veals. nm * i i H mm m^t /?\ Im f^m rail. f ^ f * £ re//.60 Passionately w Qp l- shame G J 'i m the guilt con - * ceals: j 'p In iLVPQr i love. THE FIRST TIME AT THE LOOKING-GLASS. /> * * boasts the theft re .

$ — -j> f 6^ W poco a poco. But a- ' d h r n~r mm ^^ f= non legato r ^¥^ iffi <S& * gfe.she. p Each A v i p \jm3 i w& ^T i i m m. i P^P P 5^ f= e£ ^m a tempo. ter. m i r^=g ^ jijj * J i J j. i?± P^=i 5 i Jl5 bi i E g . Thinks ev-'ry charm grows stronger. all eyes but your own Can see you are not young . j j.z_ r V - 3u rail. ij J' J > i J - r p p S time she looks. * rail. fon . ^ H. der grown. 10117. poco a poco. i 61 * j im p m age strikes the p i lp ^ smi-ling lass p with i r m self-love ev-er I af . . er. m -las vain maid.

but rhythmically. AIR. W i LOCKIT. . 4 fet ll* =r- « P Lest the p i Qcour - p J. I a * * 1 ¥=* =fF=* :> > :> >> f ^7S 396t I ^ — i r * =*c ^ > H. ^ When you J i S3 \ l m cen-sure the age. Duet. r r T£pg * >> > :> £=3=£g >. When you censure the age.^-T"ifjfT mention vice or bribe. — Peachum and Lockit. Tisso pat to ^j^^t all the tribe. I i cau-tiousand sage. > iSi * Each -j j) cries.that was levell'd at h )-t m #M p p P. be ^> PEACHUM. ^ 62 np 31.' Umm Allegro moderate 4 Deliberately.-'HOW HAPPY ARE WE'.ed should be. i] \f i « p ft r.J ~Ji tiers offend. J > * ^ If you >_> > ^ 14 1 zzki ll 3E £ * i=? 3e qt^F ? ff v W. 10117.

I of - ^& mm fend -ed should be. r f — •-. Hi (jF. Lest the P=M x £S > >^ > t > * > X > * fr7r V -^M --j 4=^^ £ * > > a [} pi ^j=?r^fr p p p i f-fcfP P P P a <M courtiers offend i courtiers J l . t 68 / * -. i ^ p p j . 7 JTTJrfr^ If you mention vice or 'tis so fei z: _s £ * FSJ-f* r r % i :> > +¥-t-i - >^ f=F4 s£ : J r=* J J J « . J>-"n ^f i s . ed should be.M When you cen-sure the age.A. be cau-tious and sage.. «m . £ > feE^EE^EE^ mm=k . i .> 44 ¥ J^J3J> pat to all the tribe. Lest the si i^ii p p J - * I J~3 J./ -^ marcato. be cau-tious and sage. JiJ.) 3=1 ^ . If you mention vice or bribe. Each O cries-that was levell'dat mei s bribe. fr^F^ 'tis so pat to all the tribe ?=£ Each *=* jUi_jo W- cries -that was levell'd at me :' e^ >>->-> ?=* If! Ff *? 3=1 * n 3 *: f! 3 * fe#^ £ DANCE.. ^> > • i P^ iJisSl t3» 5*- >> .n J' x r f ^p me: i r> When vou cen -sure the age.p — * y*^P .

64 N9 32. f esfr^ f — 1 so moves me qi /TN yet. -v j Oh.. air.Of a Noble Race was Shenkin? mE3 4 Allegro moderato. S I = £ Is then his s^ &S fate.. .. ~ raJZ. fa JjtOT I £ isg & r^r-' u # I i^Et £ in p ^ £ «s/>r. see how my ' ri B heart is split - f> ting! rail moMo. /Cn <* tempo £tefc £ES i i f splitting! Oh. 4 b... rail. a tempo i See a tempo j j^ how my j s i j i heart is ^s^fpf /" ra/Z molto. When first w e met P. 1011 7. ^ fl ^ m/)0> " J. de b J Jl 8 J fi 3 2 /< ftg 9^Pf^ i p J J||JJ7J i g cree'd f Sir? 1 is then his is & mfate is de - ' r creed?. IS THEN HIS FATE DECREED? Lucy. J / £ « t * J J ? p i r p p Such a_man can I think of quit-ting?.

Moderato. um U^ p^^ P Mode rat o p F Polly. Lockit.-"ALL IN THE - i low i seek * * i * * DOWNS? _ing.ny t -O 1 J J J PHH m You'll think ere days en.. F. This sen-tence not se-vere 2=3 $ 7W 4 . do.sue. Ugl JPj: a is fc§H fcfe 3 prey. i J pfa a. Derryderryi Ipp ppr - J do. i-do. AIR - (< HOW SHOULD I YOUR TRUE LOVE KNOW?" fe^i 2^3 ma. THUS WHEN THE SWALLOW. His t*l .il =2 I rXr =pi$ i Pi^ ? «j— •- H. Thus when the ? swal P m ^AIK. With sash is closely.'tis 1 true.-**- r**- rnf 4^r J rir J ep * • tt o 1 i/ *-z I hang your hus-band. rt5 N? 33.Twang dang '^ m$^\ ^m ^ w/* £ ^ yF m i Efe (added.. ^^ espr. j a-do. N? 34.dodee. lour . YOU'LL THINK ERE MANY DAYS ENSUE. A.) i p dil-lo dee P^P Der-ry der-ry i .child.o *—% -« m JOL . But m 3E with him hang your care. pent.

n gJ JELJJ l r J=fr^^=F 7. r Her i g r r soul's | with TT~1 him.rs She heeds them 4 not.a r-M m M? VP. poor bird. out. ning m£m f i r 1 fcxj: =± id rs k*fcfe fc= £m p £ £^rf i 2x ¥ n for y r the e i . 10117. £ £ She heeds them I i i=i r not. sits pi . Bh con -sort. vent. moan . ing lay. f J I S Pf -I _77 r rail. m Her chatt ering lov . . ers ?==^ -# all r a i f round her MA i f I ¥^m is pa^ W £=n* £ ^ fe "• E T~^ dim. * & poor bird.pf a mm s 5EE B S 3 ^M -* — £ i i | | '. y * 66 ©. ^ rail. with be . . e rs £ all round her skim. i fc E -<9- H. her soul's with P 5 ? r^r him. im 3 i r i £ Her cha tt-ring *lov . With .

de-rol. er..de-rol. lol-de-rol. Macheath.rol lay. lol-de. lo l .. jttj> i t'o-ther dear charm-er a j -way! m Bat r while i» you p p thus tease I i me to - ^p geth . Were 1 1 j. 67 N9 35. dy. Air.. i 1 1- j Ojjil-i-J lol. Hi ir-jyT"^^ Tol. HOW HAPPY COULD I BE WITH EITHER. er. j>> neither j' a i word will j' p I say. Tol .de-rol lay.. £ £ 3=i ^m H. But j ii ^ Tol - J:| de.rol ^ lol i - a ] de-rol J' lad - j> dy.py could i i j i j j I be with eith. f s* S iH 81 1 : ff^ &i - * r 3— -P #. . de-rol |H lol . Tol .-'Have you Heard of a Frolicsome Ditty?" mm Moderate \ >j gjpgiB How hap. 10117. i Tol i| 1 gj .. de-ro l lad. Tol ¥ m lol X^3 ±=m f 3 ^f PS 3S i pa S * ^jgiJ 1 ji j j j in j i . de-rol J' J lay. iH i I i ^m m m m |i. To. lol.

Polly and Lucy. tress-es are doubled. '' 1 : rri j 1 iU •> i p Ip p p pr vh. p_P-3 C > 5^ f=f=f 1^ H.68 N? 36. 10117 . Duet.. When you come to the tree should the H f f^Hs j^^h^ f how I am troubled. fez. bam- i=i * fefcfi fee Llt UslLrj Uj focof -> »l" li tj HI? * $=m ? I i f> | yt J'J -p E \ » * -H' I -^ ' p * I * p p p y My dis . oh! how I am troubled. I'M TROUBLED.-Irish Trot:' Vivace ^ l ir-H kjT^ P 1 p P P P s I'm bubbled. g Oh! m bit. I'm bubbled. Air. I'M BUBBLED. |lL p p P> I > >i ^ I'mbubbled. : [Mi i itti » §J^5 w@ r J' g J' My distresses are doubled. *l ?- pEPf -boozled and V V =t V S I'm g w SE bubbled. v v J ' | J^ 1 * l J' 1 ~^l bamboozled and bit.

^ m -» ~t^ fingers with pleasure could fas. f rr ? rn &A ^ i«l r% M p m— p~ r ¥ fe§ IJ H.These fingers with pleasure could fasten the noose. . J> J^ fas.ten the noose. ^^ ** i £ ^£^3 pm When you n I ^^^ SB bl J Si i* m ^f ^ 4* I t » i Jm M p J'p p J' p ip p i J'pQ J' j'lJ^'i' I'm ^ p p p p f come to the tree should the hangman refuse. 10117.ten the noose. p p* n v i y E My # tf fas -ten the noose.fuse. My i \m £ 5 s f p r n r p r ^ P P ^ P P p I p-nJ^Uz i Ifcbi. *i&3 f=T=f rnrn ^m ^ ^m £ i w^m i m ' 0L s ^ppj * ^ ** u ^ £ T * i p A1y i P p p fin-gers with pleasure. These i p p p fingers with pleasure could p Jw> i J' r j' fas. 3P n^ m My ^ fin-gers with pleasure. fingers with pleasure could j.ten the noose. — 69 pj p j) hangman p pn re.

*^ Easi l lCLt . £ 10117. this air is sung in the key of A. In performance.f ^S i * Cease ^ your funning. Polly.jj M'. Original Air? Allegretto.lies w^m te^ i ^ s^ To se duce my con ^ stant man ^^ - P^ SI £ : S ?• Note. L zzz H. All m these sal.70 N° 37 CEASE YOUR FUNNING. . i Force ^ or cunning * ? Nev - 5 er ^ shall my heart £ tre-pan.

. ^ ^ i £ 5£ ^ zt H. ist. time cr esc. in Oth . Pleas'd to £ ru . & 2nd time cresc. By J B B their flirt-ing Wo i men r oft 5 J: hav< mmm 'Tis - Ik w STXX7 j * ^ f r 5g g V m i ^ ^ pochettino rail. 2nd. f= i EK pochettino rail. * Hi . r 2nd. in 1 ?r ne rail. ver m hap - 5 py in i their own. 10117 . r f**H ne . ver Bf hap - py lip r _m ?r V* fi=i* m r *» r J'i J S M m I r rail J" I I £ in m their a temi>o. w £n 1st. * — 71 ^^ 2nd time. time cresc. own.pp most ft cer-t ain. ±=& en - i vy shown. & 2nd time cresc. s J espr. ers woo - f ing. I a tempo i=^ 2 r— ft a * 4 f m r SJ ro/i.

-'Good Morrow. m i And are for fling .Polly and Lucy. £§I _ S £3e f J PCJ^J J. Ma -dam mm > > ^^ frn rn * . WHY HOW NOW MADAM FLIRT? Duet. Air. i^ ( P fc£1 i i> t i ==i 8=^3 § * y¥it r. i £ Why how now." mm w li «. r 3 i =5= t^ p < £ H. 72 N9 38. . Gossip Joan. p i r i r * r * r i j i m Let's see ^^Mho best can spat f s ter. 10117. i ± > $^ ^ * i r s ->%$ i pi # ^m i Flirt' If you thus must chatter.-.. Allegro. ing dirt. i ^r? =£ jl *V ^ 3=t £ i £ > r cJ r £ s r r S ^irrrr ^j g . Ma dam > S :44 I i r. luoy.

) s# g_ sau - a cy jade'. m m /TfTj ? ^f^F f.) #fa f i I r i r r r r"r l r rrr r ^ _. the wench is tip-sy! How can you see me made #te x^x i g PCJ^J ^F^ f "J^A Nip ^ i ^ r~r-f fMO^ £g ^^ The scoff of such a gip - £ ^ . > H. 10117- . ' 73 POLLY. sy^ f *^^rf x^ p ?^fe r r~? 1 ^& E ^X X ^ r r r J (To LUCY. sfc ^ r Why i r j how now sau-cy i ^ jade? Sure yS3 X # Flirt! m IF > > j~] jj |p >> sse «-=- S T Ih j r * j £ X £=£ p (To MACHEATH.. r a . i =a fi-5- ¥'• IPP^^ ../• jT is f ^ :/..

. bind.Irish Howl': Andante. POLLY. Lucy. The true p i p j love's E £ knot they fas ^^ />oco rit. ENSEMBLE:. a 0d f p Ho p ho P rah P in ^j am -bo .j: .. # — commodo...ri^^ e'er di-vide 1 1 § tT^ The i ! Irnn* knot that r ca +Via+ sa 'u _ n un oroH cred \ 1nve love hath I tiftd. rrr~r-T (sobbing) _ P 1 a tempo.NO POWER ON EARTH. Polly. rah. Peachum and Lockit. i 1 ~'„. ter poco rit. * (4 J=Pf3- a tempo. .. p When iftn i m pow'r on earth can - m V *=Ff f * pp semplice. ?n 59 g i i ^ £ fc pa . 10117. ± % i No $ 4 & Sin ^ IB lb i ^ r^=3 r = semflice. -»E~L- *»*-E H. « » 74 N9 39. draw htyj-p- a-gainst our mind. Air . ri rrrrj : «=* >i«y* . rents }>. g_Jj^jL. [j *^ 1 _ P ' > p fl p _'*u ' « i p.W tied.

„ . ir Hbo. Ui hoo.f * u^ am . Hi an hi derry. bo . f*\allargando a tempo ier . ry der . Ho an ho derry. «- PEACHUM (Mocking her) Piu animato. rah. PEACHUM. a tempo- l£L|L_fi Hi an | hi i p p der-ry. am . ry H "117. llp -M-M-M-^ der-ry der-ry der-ry der-ry £1 i. POLLY. . ry der . -6 aet « acce! LOCKIT. rah. bo . 75 allargando. 2k P P Ho ho p: P ra 5^z - P- in fe=q # i I /Tiu animato.

.. $ derry derry derry derry am bo rah.... cresc... <L ES am-bo. H^m accelerando to end. shouts —Hoo! * P3 am-bo . '- hoo. rah. I J. PEACHUM.. rf'ITi Hoo. hoo. — — 76 POLLY. LUCY.~J1 iffiP hoo.. y V «+ F i? E P P P i? f Derry derry derry derry HP am bo rah. PTr i t^firr hoo. £ m ^ hoo. m shouts —Hoo! . £ m bursts into tears. r cresc. LOCKIT.. * f l P g M P derry derry derry derry PI * i ft-+-JB ? faccelerando to end. j i s SH J bursts into tears.rah Hoo...

10117. accel. . 34 (i i SjflJfllflPffij m . Allegro molto. I I «" ^^P 1 f ( 111 f i r ^& r i l ^ T Gradual crescendo to end.A.^mg rp 7 h± p n m f^to-r f^x«j» r I SB. F. MELODRAMA. The escape of Macheath. 77 N9 40. ft 1=3 a J* e iFf TF 1 ^r-^ « » ft 1 #n —" — S* ^34 1 ii fe: h <* fffp fe H.

air. 10117. S ^^ $ diana.' &c. III.-'Cheshire Rounds" With a gay rhythm. .78 ACT. pH Moderate >>>:>> ^ air. Peachum & Lockit.-"a Shepherd kept Sheep. SCENE I. Trio— Diana Trapes. IN THE DAYS OF MY YOUTH. The * the IP m 3 5 P^ ^^ p^ i H. not too fast pfppp pr y . A STREET. — s V : n j v I jj » ftp-^ B §5 Jjv riTKO^ LET H^S P5^ f ij ? » P i N9 42. N? 41.

Fal de rid. j^e life of all mor-tals in kiss_^ng should pass. . then the lip to the glass. ALL. . Like a lal de riddle laddy. .die lad-dy Fallal fal lal lal lal lal lal > ^ ? f 5 i p S 5.ing should pass.j l .jij I JJJ>j. >> a* f >. k B 3 i 1 # « g 1 1 /. g ? lip while you're young.h J. 1 79 ALL. ffi'l JiJi. j i 1 . * ai <»e i r JrJ J i l ? 1: r ss r I j p r p 3 ^^ > > > |^"Ji &EE5 J^ 1 1 Jn I j j j m lad-dy. •j^ > JiMjijJ Jn J-'p j p p g ip g p r p | In the days of my youth I could bill like a dove. ridaie laa-ay. Fal la] lal lal lal life of all mor-tals in kiss. l . J>. days of my youth I could bill like a dove.row p at P^P all times i= £ was ^^ rea... l Fal >j. '7^ if ^ / j ^ j f i 1 j | i ^ r 1 1 p PEACHUM LOCKIT.j Fal de riddl e laddy. l lal lal lal lal lal jiJ' i r lal ^p lal lad-dy.Lip to fe T: r ytfrr P J v j I p' i f 1 l l^p spar..dy for love.

. Allegretto grazioso F. es^>r. 10H7. s^TOT^'Pi 3C «= ihfcjhU r^f p=T 3£ i^ ff 3T B ^ P if r H. r T rr P &* SH ^^^ w ^p fgB j~5 p^ff i IzrfflTO &=* r ^ r P dim.80 N° 43. A. molto.MOLLY BRAZEN. ^i sm tJ^ ==g ^m *=* r /> rpi e^M3 ^4 m ^-4 . INTERLUDE. PP f=^ J%~fr S T^^f JBP J=^ 1 rallentando.

. % si i the rjErJcgj U JLJ 1 £ ^ «h mm ?SE^ kA ?siE£± POLLY.. |5a jt? ? ^ 2nd. If.. />oce s m />ti< sost. SCENE II. ing £ The n pert-ness oL.L1. r?ir> And when we P rJ p fly. i ^m LUCY. A CURSE ATTENDS THAT WOMAN'S LOVE. grow fond they shun J us. p •S they. mf' both times^ PS t wo . ways would bej-leas .man do. I u"? j.L. Duet.. r fef i i = r> P r J* g i What m bill -ing dove . But __ jcave us wlie ij they've won us. pur . them ip™ k ^rr7 1! fs j.. sue.- £ £ ! s r^— r r^r r-'^-f ^POLLYl ii P p LUCY.jj j. Who j . u Ini we.-0 Bessie Bell' t Allegretto x O.. $ j_jji j wo-man's love.i al . time PP | J_jj-. «* N? 44. MR. I rs.. -r LUCY. Like _ tick-ling is^ but teas ing then in love can ii r ^a LL!r ^Fl £ r ±m^?-j y ^^ 1 1 r- ^ g p -r FOLLY.Polly and Lucy.. What y h® 3 ..... •r: poco piu animato. NEWGATE...

air. — 82 f# t. sweet J. £ i > i ! l £ t > i II *^M^ 3fc--=ff ffi m v rail PP I j. they ^ VnT sue m an roll -« leave 0- m us when * • r they've a tempo. A M ' 2fc z S&L N9 45. Come.' Allegro Moderato. .. a Lets I J' ta ke P * a chirping r- glass. lass. Lucy.mm i _—* Z+ s k r r T\-rm- f S=P: ^ H. sweet lass'. 10117. COME. till . -"Come. wen us. ^4 -^~^ A „ t=4dk -z- iH J>i>j> to mor-row. SWEET LASS.

' POLLY. DEAR HUSBAND. Moderato espressivo.# fa j n fen Be stow one glance to f. a tempo. 83 m Wine can clear 1 he p va-poursof < " i.1 r _ r # P£ l=? [ji'ir H r ' * Think # Turn your eyes. withou \ repeat.[ i ba ij - ~^ nish P care. AIR-THE LAST TIME I WENT O'ER THE MOOR'. E^=T N9 46. £=sfc I M| J J 1 1 p r f r i f^B a temjxl w1 . i "*" 2^ toco rit. . i i Then drink and J.dearhus - t band. S. Duet— Polly and Lucy. LUCY. 10117. mtf D. fek make us i<. cheer me S . I j' li>ht as light i i j air: air. mm Hi - mr ther. des - i > pair h And 2nd time rail molto.^l ZSi £ # £ H. HITHER. P^g r ^ ^ .

lingering to the end. Must ^ =**-• I..n L r My heart burst. ^— I I . ly dies.. pSgJJ I..Must i% v viii. z 84 * with tfist look. - - ed? ed? 1 * a tempo. ted? Mine too breaks. aui . Jl^ r P thus true love re"' ... g must must rail. . thy Pol . a tempo motto espr. feEj. "___—-^ — pp /7\ /T\ m . is J § in g. : ^ be be slight ighl slig.

a tempo rhythmically. This ^ way and 2nd time jr s^ that way. 1011T.. > ^9 j m inl p m^m ^m m j) hesitatingly poco rit. are as fond as a bride. One wife is too n cide? Wives. > ' t'o - >./TN p J. Air— Tom Tinker's my true love'.. WHICH WAY SHALL I TURN ME? Mac heath.. Quasi Allegre tto poco rit. -T7~ ill I —ST ^-j J ^ ^^P i ^^ TJ — §* ^^ ^ ^ *± H. shall I I J— £ J— turn me-how can • de I P ^T i i ^ jjjjjj J J nUj j" n '" m i i i i day of our death. a tempo Which way J J j " ^rhythmically. Allegro Moderato. i 1 ^£^ 3: 22 P #tfc=^ * * 2 L -**t nnn sfi timetheres no mor-tal nor can much for most husbands to hear. rf will. com - J^JJtt-J fort the > one. ther > ^ ^ .What would Z- 2.' .^ P^ wife would take s>_ ill. — — 85 N9 47. But two at a ^w gjj > :> C i « *k bear. and ^ which way I cresc.the * * i i ^£ I P > > ^. .

A debt on de-raand.Con . Macheath Air. i judg-es all rang'd A ter . . 10117. For this way at once I please all my wTveT ^^ntr^n V :- Ii * raZi ^— — i >- i *. ^ ^ P~P P tf P I P P ji J ^ ' jv ^e j M L^^Jl ends all dis-pute the rest of our lives. jj ji ji Ji Ji J H ii i * i i m j> i p ' ^> death is a debt. 1 1 j p i i i jp| i 1 1 1 j j. Then m ^m % ET w P ^A P p-p-gf i p p TpT i JvJ> . * H. the feE i ^*=a ±=b i s izznr~.ter for you.for IS * 1 j| ! -i ± pw? W i. the lawyers are met. Here ^ *T W^Pl **^t s n=i ?- * F i r^ ? ' . ri-ble sh ow! go un-dis-may'd. i*7 i> ifS- <*&- r j .Bonny Dundee'.' Moderate PS 7 — y-r 2' £ 2 1 ii i j ' ' *> i i § j- The charge is prepared..So take what I owe. ten-ted I die-tis the bet.86 N? 48 THE CHARGE IS PREPARED. rail. a-dieu.u> <J' p i r p Ji^ 5 farewell my love-dear charmers.

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THE CONDEMNED HOLD..' &c. N9 50. #i ##^£ rj i § ^TTi9 S a brim- sure can bring re . i I 4 cru . 10H7. cru-el case! ^m% ?^~^ -o- J^J J Air. .88 SCENE III. "Of all the girls.mer. el. Air. el. s #p^ Not one so V-i.. As this best friend mer.. i>oco animato. = * r \ ^ cresc. E^f m cru . lief. Macheath. H.. J J When i J> threatening ' jjj | death p looks grim. -'Happy Groves'/ Andante. i 4t-m: W f s *. Of all the friends in time of isj* I 3 3Z ^s p^ grief.

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