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GYPSY LOVE 

A Romantic Comic Opera 

In Three Acts 

Book by 
HARRY B. SMITH 

Lyrics by 

HARRY B. and ROBERT B. SMITH 

From the German by 
A.M.WILLNER and ROBERT BODANZKY 

Music by 
FRANZ LEHAR 



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CHAPPELL & CO. LTD. 

41 East Thirty- Fourth St. New York. 
LONDON. MELBOURNE. 



For Great Britain, the Colonies and the United States of America, published by Chappell & Co. Ltd. For all other coun- 
tries, published by Messrs W. Karczag & C.Wallner of Vienna. All rights reserved under the International Copyright Act. 
Public performance of all,or any part of this work,is strictly prohibited. Application, for the right of performance, must be 
made to Mr. A.H.Woods. 

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A . H . Woods Presents 

Marguerita Sylva 

in a Romantic Opera in Three Acts , entitled 

GYPSY LOVE 

Produced under the stage direction of George Marion 

Director of Music, Louis F.Gottschalk 

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Zorika -*r ^-^**-f Miss Marguerite Sylva. 

mklas, (her father) . . . \^^p=^-^ Mr. Harry M c Donough. 

Jozsi, (a Gypsy musician) . . / '• . -< Mr. Arthur Albro. 

Fedor, (Zorika's betrothed) . . /-*-?->-?"*- Mr. Carl Haydn . 

lima, (a young widow) . . . K^- s -rKi ) 'c . . . Mi ss Frances Demar est. 

Mikel, (proprietor of Cafe Orientate, Buda Pesth ) r~ n r n ^ ri ~?~ '. . Mr. George I.Bickel. 

Lilia, (niece of Niklas, a school girl, ambitious to marry). .... Miss Dorothy Webb. 

Kaspar, (a bashful youth, son of .the burgomaster) Mr. Robert G.Pitkin. 

Moschu,fa tonsoital artist and beauty doctor) Mr. Albert Hart. 

Sacha, (Zorika's old nurse) Miss Lucie Mitchell. 

Magda,(a maid servant) Miss Josephine Harmon. 

Dimitri, (a waiter at Cafe Orientate) Mr. Anton Hanschmann. 

Fancha, (a maid) Miss Kittie Saville. 

Henry Master Robert Smith. 

Etta Miss Oralla Mars. 

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Synopsis of Scenery. 

Act I. Park of the Chateau Niklas, Roumania. 
Act II. Palm Garden, Cafe Orientale, Buda Pesth. 
Act IH. Same as Act I. 



GYPSY LOVE 

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Contents 

No. Act I . Page. 

1. Introduction and Entrance Solo (Zorika) . 1 

2. Duet (Zorika and Jossi) "There is a Land of Fancy " . ... 15 

3. Ensemble 21 

4. Duet (Fedor, Zorika and Chorus ) "Love is like the Rose" 25 

5. Song (lima, and Chorus) "Love's Sorcery:' 35 

6. Trio (lima, Lilia and Kaspar) ... ... "Lessons in Love" 51 

7. Finale Including Jozsi's Song "Love for a Year, Love for a Day "(Pagv.67). 59 

Actn. 

1. Opening Chorus (Mikel and Chorus). 78 

2. Song (Jozsi) . "Gypsy Love" 87 

3. Song (Zorika) ........ "The Mefody of Love" 92 

4. Duet (lima and Jozsi) . "Ha! Ha! Ha! That's interesting" . . . 98 

5. Duet (lima, Fedor and Chorus) . . .... "When I'm waltzing with you." . .103 

6. Duet (Lilia and Kaspar) "Baby Duet" Ill 

7" Duet (Zorika ami Fedor) 116 

7^ Song (Fedor) "Come as a Carrier Dove." .... 119 

8. Finale . . . .126 



Act III. 

1. Song (Zorika) "1 will give you all for Love". 

2. Quintet (lima, Lilia, Kaspar, Niklas and Moschu ) . "Matrimony" . . . . 



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Introduction and Entrance Solo. 

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LOVE'S SORCERY 



SONG — lima and Chorus . 



Words by 
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LESSONS IN LOVE . 

TRIO — lima, Lilia and Kaspar. 



Words by 
HARRY B.and ROB'T. B.SMITH. 



Tempo di Polka Moderato 



LIBRARY 



Music by 
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FINALE ACT 1 



Words by 
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OPENING CHORUS , ACT II . 

Mikel and Chorus. 



Words by 
HARRY B.&ROB'T. B.SMITH. 



Tempo di Marcia 



Music by 
FRANZ LEHAR. 




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GYPSY LOVE 

(SONG _ Jozsi) 



87 



Words by 
HARRY B. & ROB'T. B. SMITH . 



Music by 
FRANZ LEHAR. 



VOICE, 



PIANO. 



Allegro 




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Jozsi. 




1 . Gyp - sy blood is not' like oth - ers, 

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THE MELODY OF LOVE 



SONG-Zorika. 



Words by 
HARRY B.SMITH & ROBERT B. SMITH 



Music by 
FRANZ LEHAR 



Allegretto 



VOICE . 



PIANO. 





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WHEN I'M WALTZING WITH YOU. 



DUET. 

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BABY DUET. 



DUET — Lilia and Kaspar. 



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DUET 

Zorika rjid Fedor 



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I WILL GIVE YOU ALL FOR LOVE . 



SONG— Zorika. 



Words by 
HAREY B.SMITH & ROBERT B.SMITH 

Allegretto 



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MATRIMONY 

(QUINTET) 

lima, Lilia, Kaspar, Niklas and Moschu. 



Words by 
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