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J) R OTH Y 

A Comedy Opera 



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Chappell&C? Ltd. 

SO, NEW BOND STREET, LONDON W. 
NEW YORK. I MELBOURNE 

3 7 West Seventeenth Street III Be 12. The Rialto, Collins Street 



ALL PERFORMING RIGHTS OF THIS OPERA RESERVED. SINGLE DETACHED NUMBERS 

MAY BE SUNG- AT CONCERTS. NOT MORE THAN TWO AT ANY ONE CONCERT, BUT THEY MUST 
BE GIVEN WITHOUT STAGE COSTUME OR ACTION . 
APPLICATIONS TOR THE RIGHT OF PERFORMING AHY MORE THAN THE ABOVE OR THE COMPLETE , 
OPERA. MUST BE MADE TO MESS«S CHAPPELL 2c C? 50. NEW BOND STR£ ET, LON DON . W 



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Prodnced on the 2&b September, 1886. 



DOROTHY. 

I)R.4JIUTJS PERSOjYAE. 

Dorothy Bantam M iss Marie Tewpest. 

Lydi a Hawthorne >, Florence Dysart. 

Phyllis Tuppitt >, Grace Huntley. 

Mrs. Privett , , Harriet Coveney. 

Lady Betty »» Florence Neville. 

y Geoffrey Wilder. Mr. Ben Davies. 

<|> Harry Sherwood. . , C.Hayden Coffin. 

Squire Bantam . , , Furneaux Cook. 

John Tuppitt > * Edward Griffin. 

Lurcher » > Arthur Williaws. 

TomStrutt. . . >. John Le Hay. 

Chprus of Hop Pickers, Peasants, Guests, Bridesmaids, 8fc. 



ACT 1. — THE HOP-FIELD. 
» , 2; — CHA>TICLEER HALL 
, , Hi — ROUND COPPICE. 



The Incidental Dances arranged by Madame KATTI LANNER & IYI . BERTRAND. 
The, Costumes by Madame AUGUSTE et CIE, Miss FISHER & Mens & Madame ALIAS. 
_ Designed by A.CHASEIYIORE. $ 






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Contents. 

n„. Act 1. Pa*.-. 

1. CHORUS & BALLET. . . . . '. ... Lads' and Lasses round about the hop pole trip. 1. 

% m SONG <fe TRIO . • . Be wise in time,0 JPhyillis mine . . . . » . 15. 

3. QUARTETT We're sorry to delay yoti L8. 

4. BALLAD ...• With such a dainty daniw none can compare. 24. 

5. QUINTETT . -.. A father's joy and pride they are . . . ... £6. 

6. SONG &TRIO I am the Sheriffs faithful man 37. 

7. QUARTETT - • You swear to be good and true . ...... 40 • 

8. CHORUS. . . . .'"■•- • . • •■• Undtsr the pump °(K 

9. FINALE Nowtakeyour seats at table spread. . . . 56. 

Act 2. 

10. INTRODUCTION &COUNTRY DANCE Z 70 ' 

11. SONG (Fn/uVr) Though born a man of high degree . . . . . 73. 

12. ENTRANCE DOROTHY & LYDIA * • • * 5 " 

13. GRACEFUL DANCE. . . . ?6. 

14. SONG (B<mtam) . . Contentment I give you .......... T8. 

15. SEPTETT &• CHORUS . . . . , . To bed so soon, Good night. . . 81. 

16. RECIT fc QUARTETT One moment pray. . . . . . # 38. 

16a. SONG (Sherwood) . I stand at your threshold sighing 92. 

17. TRIO (jVVder Shenvood & Bantam) . Are you sure &c 95. 

18. CHORUS What noise was that. . .. 98. 

19. FINALE . . . . Hark forward! Hark forward! Away! . ... 116. 



Act 3. 



124. 



20; BALLET 

21. OLD WOMANS CHORUS Dancing is not what it used to be . . . . . 132. 

22. BALLAD(PJu/Mis) The time has come 1»*« 

23. SEPTETT & CHORUS What joy untold 138. 

24. FINALE • ••• You swear to be food and true ... . . . 14o. 



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26 

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QUINTET. 

Dorothy, Lydia, Wilder, Sher-wood *Tupp.itt. 



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SONG&TRIO 

Lurcher, Wilder,* Sherwood 



Lurcher. §gjg 



Piano . 




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1. I am the She _ riffs 

2. At - tor _ nies bills do 




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size by con 



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say ^hy pay it if 

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you can, If I mig-ht be so 
re-lease A debt _ ors 



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bold , Sir, The 
ga - ty», Yon 



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debt amounts to twen _ ty pounds, The costs to fif _ ty more Sir, The 

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sum now ov _ iug* will he found To come to eight - y - four Sir, The 

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of costs be pleasM to scan, It sure _ ly is not much . 
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two and two make more than four, When or dered by a jurl 




39 




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Sir, That in - _ to pri _ _ son yoxi must go 

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40 



N?7. 



QUARTET. 
Dorothy, Lydia,Wilder,& Sherwood 



Dor oth y. 



Piano. 





good and trne To the maid whom you say you a - dore, 



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CHORUS_(UNDER THE PUMP.) 



Piano. 



with solo, Lurcher. 



•Allegro Vivace. 






Chorus. 



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NO 9. FINALE. 

Dorothy, Lydia^vllis.Wilder^herwoodJom^urchepJuppitt^Chorus. 



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END OF FIRST ACT.