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IVANHOE 



A Romantic Opera 



ADAPTED FROM SIR WALTER SCOTT'S NOVEL 



Tfrorbs 6p 



Julian Sturgis 



QUueric 6}> 



Arthur Sullivan 



Arranged for the Pianoforte by ERNEST FORD 



Vocal Score, 7/6 Pianoforte Solo, 4/- 

Do., bound, 10/- Libretto, 1/- 

PUBLIC PERFORMANCE FORBIDDEN, AND RIGHT OF REPRESENTATION RESERVED J ■'.- ' 

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After May 1st, 1891, single detached numbers may be sung at Concerts, not more than two at any one Concert, and they mU&t be given without 
stage costume or action. Applications for the right of performing any more than the above must be made lo R, /B'OYLY CARTE, Savoy 
Theatrej London. /") i 



LONDON: CHAPPELL & CO., 50, NEW BOND STREET, W. 



INDEX. 



ACT I. 



pagi-; 



Scene I. — The Hall of Rothenvood "Each day this realm" 2 

(Rowena, Cedric, Ivanhoe, The Templar, De Bracv, Isaac of York, and Chorus.) 

Scene II. — An Ante-room in Rotherwood ... "O moon, art thou clad?" 44 

(Rowena, Ivanhoe, and Isaac of York.) 

SCENE HI.— The Lists at Ashby " Will there be no more fighting?" ... 61 

(TUTTI.) 



ACT II. 

Scene I. — The Forest, Copmanhurst " Strange lodging this " 97 

(King Richard, Friar Tuck, Locksley, and Chorus.) 

Scene II. — A Passage-way in Torquilstone ... "Will not our captor dare?" 123 

(Rowena, De Bracy, Cedric, The Templar.) 

Scene III.— A Turret-chamber in Torquilstone. 

(Rebecca and Ulrica) "Whet the keen axes" 14 l 

(Rebecca) " O awful depth " i$* 

(Rebecca and The Templar ... "Take thou these jewels" 155 



ACT III. 



SCENE I.— A Room in Torquilstone "Happy with winged feet" 177 

(Rebecca, Ulrica, Ivanhoe.) 

SCENE II. — In the Forest " Light foot upon the dancing green " ... 213 

(Rowena, Ivanhoe, King Richard, Cedric, Isaac of York, and Chorus.) 

Scene III. — At Templestowe " Fremuere principes " ... 239 

(Rebecca, Rowena, Ivanhoe, The Templar, King Richard, Cedric, 
Isaac of York, and Grand Master.) 



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