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Sullivan: Cox and Box/ Trial by Jury

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CHAN 10321
 
Sullivan: Cox and Box/ Trial by Jury
Release Date: June 2005
Originally recorded in 2004
Composer (1842-1900)
Sir Arthur Sullivan
Solo tenor - Box
James Gilchrist
Solo baritone - Cox
Neal Davies
Solo baritone - Sergeant Bouncer
Donald Maxwell
Solo soprano - Plaintiff
Rebecca Evans
Solo baritone - Counsel for the Plaintiff
Matthew Brook
Solo baritone - Foreman of the Jury
David Thaxton
Choral (Trial by Jury only)
Chamber Choir of the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama
Conductor
Richard Hickox
Venue
Brangwyn Hall, Swansea
Producer
Brian Couzens
Engineer
Ralph Couzens
Engineer (Assistant)
Michael Common
Genre:
Opera

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SIR ARTHUR SULLIVAN

(1842-1900)
premiere recording of original orchestration with new linking dialogue

Cox and Box (or The Long Lost Brothers)

35:58
A Triumviretta in one act adapted to the lyric stage by F.C. Burnand from J. Maddison Morton's farce Cox and Box
1.
No. 1 Overture
2:27
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2.
Bouncer: 'It seemed like just another day. . .'
0:15
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3.
No. 2 Rataplan (Bouncer's Song)
3:20
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Bouncer: 'Now, for some reason or other'
0:08
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5.
No. 3 'Stay, Bouncer, Stay!' (Duet)
6:39
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6.
Bouncer: 'At last he left'
0:46
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7.
No. 4 'A Lullaby' (Box's Song)
2:36
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No. 5 'My Master Is Punctual' (Song and Dance)
0:56
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Bouncer: 'Disaster!'
0:08
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10.
No. 6 'Who Are You, Sir?' (Trio)
3:58
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Bouncer: 'Not even ''Rataplan'' could settle this. . .'
0:24
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No. 7 'The Buttercup' (Duet Serenade)
4:34
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Bouncer: 'Music, it seemed, wasn't their only mutual interest'
0:15
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No. 8 'Not Long Ago' (Romance)
5:51
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Bouncer: 'An ingenious scheme'
1:22
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No. 10 'My Hand Upon It' (Finale)
1:54
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Solo: James Gilchrist tenor - Box
Solo: Neal Davies baritone - Cox
Solo: Donald Maxwell baritone - Sergeant Bouncer
The edition of Cox and Box used in this recording was edited from Sullivan's autography manuscript and other authentic sources by Roger Harris, and is published by R. Clyde Music Publisher.

Trial by Jury

32:36
A Dramatic Cantata in one act with libretto by W.S. Gilbert. Edited by John Bauser
17.
No. 1 Chorus: 'Hark, the hour of ten is sounding'
3:09
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18.
No. 1a Defendant: 'Is this the Court of the Exchequer?'
1:02
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19.
No. 2 Defendant: 'When first my old, old love I knew'
3:07
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20.
No. 3 Chorus: 'All hail, great Judge!'
2:18
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21.
No. 4 The Judge's Song. 'When I, good friends. . .'
2:30
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22.
No. 5 Counsel: 'Swear thou the jury'
1:37
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23.
No. 6 Chorus of Bridesmaids. Counsel: 'Where's the Plaintiff?'
3:33
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No. 7 Judge: 'Oh never, never, never. . .'
1:15
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25.
No. 8 Counsel: 'May it please you, m'lud!'
3:09
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26.
No. 9 Judge: 'That she is reeling is plain to see!'
0:50
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27.
No. 10 Defendant: 'Oh gentlemen listen I pray'
1:37
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28.
No. 11 Judge: 'That seems a reasonable proposition'
0:59
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29.
No. 12 Judge: 'A nice dilemma we have here'
3:09
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30.
No. 13 Plaintiff: 'I love him - I love him'
2:25
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31.
No. 14 Finale. Plaintiff: 'Oh joy unbounded'
1:50
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Total time: 68:19
Solo: Rebecca Evans soprano - Plaintiff
Solo: James Gilchrist tenor - Defendant
Solo: Matthew Brook baritone - Counsel for the Plaintiff
Solo: Neal Davies baritone - Usher
Solo: Donald Maxwell baritone - Learned Judge
Solo: David Thaxton baritone - Foreman of the Jury
Chorus of Bridesmaids, Gentlemen of the Jury
Conductor: Richard Hickox
11 & 12 December 2004

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SIR ARTHUR SULLIVAN

(1842-1900)
premiere recording of original orchestration with new linking dialogue

Cox and Box (or The Long Lost Brothers)

35:58
A Triumviretta in one act adapted to the lyric stage by F.C. Burnand from J. Maddison Morton's farce Cox and Box
1.
No. 1 Overture
2:27
2.
Bouncer: 'It seemed like just another day. . .'
0:15
3.
No. 2 Rataplan (Bouncer's Song)
3:20
4.
Bouncer: 'Now, for some reason or other'
0:08
5.
No. 3 'Stay, Bouncer, Stay!' (Duet)
6:39
6.
Bouncer: 'At last he left'
0:46
7.
No. 4 'A Lullaby' (Box's Song)
2:36
8.
No. 5 'My Master Is Punctual' (Song and Dance)
0:56
9.
Bouncer: 'Disaster!'
0:08
10.
No. 6 'Who Are You, Sir?' (Trio)
3:58
11.
Bouncer: 'Not even ''Rataplan'' could settle this. . .'
0:24
12.
No. 7 'The Buttercup' (Duet Serenade)
4:34
13.
Bouncer: 'Music, it seemed, wasn't their only mutual interest'
0:15
14.
No. 8 'Not Long Ago' (Romance)
5:51
15.
Bouncer: 'An ingenious scheme'
1:22
16.
No. 10 'My Hand Upon It' (Finale)
1:54
Solo: James Gilchrist tenor - Box
Solo: Neal Davies baritone - Cox
Solo: Donald Maxwell baritone - Sergeant Bouncer
The edition of Cox and Box used in this recording was edited from Sullivan's autography manuscript and other authentic sources by Roger Harris, and is published by R. Clyde Music Publisher.

Trial by Jury

32:36
A Dramatic Cantata in one act with libretto by W.S. Gilbert. Edited by John Bauser
17.
No. 1 Chorus: 'Hark, the hour of ten is sounding'
3:09
18.
No. 1a Defendant: 'Is this the Court of the Exchequer?'
1:02
19.
No. 2 Defendant: 'When first my old, old love I knew'
3:07
20.
No. 3 Chorus: 'All hail, great Judge!'
2:18
21.
No. 4 The Judge's Song. 'When I, good friends. . .'
2:30
22.
No. 5 Counsel: 'Swear thou the jury'
1:37
23.
No. 6 Chorus of Bridesmaids. Counsel: 'Where's the Plaintiff?'
3:33
24.
No. 7 Judge: 'Oh never, never, never. . .'
1:15
25.
No. 8 Counsel: 'May it please you, m'lud!'
3:09
26.
No. 9 Judge: 'That she is reeling is plain to see!'
0:50
27.
No. 10 Defendant: 'Oh gentlemen listen I pray'
1:37
28.
No. 11 Judge: 'That seems a reasonable proposition'
0:59
29.
No. 12 Judge: 'A nice dilemma we have here'
3:09
30.
No. 13 Plaintiff: 'I love him - I love him'
2:25
31.
No. 14 Finale. Plaintiff: 'Oh joy unbounded'
1:50
Total time: 68:19
Solo: Rebecca Evans soprano - Plaintiff
Solo: James Gilchrist tenor - Defendant
Solo: Matthew Brook baritone - Counsel for the Plaintiff
Solo: Neal Davies baritone - Usher
Solo: Donald Maxwell baritone - Learned Judge
Solo: David Thaxton baritone - Foreman of the Jury
Chorus of Bridesmaids, Gentlemen of the Jury
Conductor: Richard Hickox
11 & 12 December 2004




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