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MR. OSCAR HAMMERSTEIN 

PRESENTS 

NAUGHTY MARIETTA 

A Comic Opera 

With Mlle. EMMA TRENTINI 



Book and Lyrics by 

RIDA JOHNSON YOUNG 

Music by 

VICTOR HERBERT 



Price Five Dollars 

(Except Canada) 



M. WITMARK & SONS 

NEW YORK 

Printed in U. 8. A. 



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Mr. Oscar Hammerstein 

presents 

Mile Emma Trentini 

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Naughty Marietta 

A Comic Opera in Two Acts 



£ Book and Lyrics Music 

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-r RIDA JOHNSON YOUNG. VICTOR HERBERT. 

CAST OF CHARACTERS. 

s CAPTAIN RICHARD WARRINGTON Orville Harrold 

LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR GRANDET William Frederic 

ETIENNE GRANDET — Son of Lieut. Governor Edward Martindel 

SIR HARRY BLAKE— An Irish Adventurer Raymond Bloomer 

SIMON O'HARA- Capt. Dick's servant Harry Cooper 

RUDOLFO — Keeper of Marionette Theatre James S. Murray 

FLORENZE - Sec'y to Lieut. Governor Howard Morgan 

LIZETTE — A Casket Girl Kate Elinore 

ADAH - A Quadroon Maria Hellene 

THE VOODOO QUEEN Viola Ellis 

NANETTE Louise Aichel 

FELICE Blanche Lipton 

FANCHON Vera De Rosa 

GRAZIELLA S y lvia Loti 

FRANCHESCA Bessie Rlcardo 

NIGHT WATCHMAN Eugene Roder 

ist PIRATE W9 * Mack 

25-i PIRATE F - Bonner 

indian H - R e y nolds 

EAST INDIAN Bert Leslie 

and 

MARIETTA Mlle Emma Trentini 

Adventurers, Pirates, Flower Girls, Casket Girls, Soldiers, 
Servants, Creoles, Quadroons, Mexicans, Spaniards, San Domingo Women, etc. 

SYNOPSIS. 
ACT I. 
The Place DArmes— In New Orleans, about the year 1780. 

ACT II. 
Scene I —The Marionette Theatre. 
Scene n — The Ball-room of the Jeunesse Dore'e Club. 

Musical Director Gaetano Merola 

Stag-e Director Jacques Coini 



Naughty Marietta. 



Contents. 

ACT I. 

Page 

OVERTURE 7 

1. OPENING CHORUS * 6 

2. TRAMP, TRAMP, TRAMP Captain Dick and Followers 37 

3. TAISEZ VOL'S Casket Girls and Men 43 

4. NAUGHTY MARIETTA Marietta 49 

5. IT NEVER, NEVER CAN BE LOVE Marietta and Captain Dick 53 

6. IF I WERE ANYBODY ELSE BUT ME Lizette and Simon 61 

7. 'NEATH THE SOUTHERN MOON Adah 67 

8. ITALIAN STREET SONG Marietta and Chorus 71 

9. FINALE 83 

ACT II. 

10. OPENING CHORUS in 

11. DANCE OF THE MARIONETTES Marietta and Rudolfoll2 

12. YOU MARRY A MARIONETTE Etiennell6 

13. DANCE Marietta 120 

14. THE DREAM MELODY 121 

15. NEW ORLEANS JEUNESSE DOREE Chorus of Men 127 

16. LOVES OF NEW ORLEANS Ensemblel34 

17. THE SWEET BY AND BY. Lizette 149 

18. PRELUDE 152 

19. LIVE FOR TO-DAY Marietta, Adah, Captain Dick and Etiennel53 

. 20. I'M FALLING IN LOVE WITH SOME ONE Captain Dick 175 

21. IT'S PRETTY SOFT FOR SIMON Simon 179 

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Naughty Marietta. 



N9 2. 



37 



Tramp! Tramp! Tramp! 

Captain Dick with Followers. (Male Chorus.) 



Lyric by 
RIDA JOHNSON YOUNG. 



Music by 
VICTOR HERBERT. 



Allegro marcato. 



Piano. 




CAPTAIN DICK. 



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We've hunt - ed the wolf in the for - est, 

We've rang-ed o'er the North in the win - ter, 



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raid - ed the pi - rates at sea, — 

an- swered the call of the wild,- 



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38 



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out for ad- ven-ture, As an - y one plain - ly can see Weve 

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foug-ht with the Sioux,wild and free._ 
wa - ded in blood to the knee.. 



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We've laug-hedat all dan-g-ers, We're 




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Naughty Marietta. 



43 



N9 3. 

Lyric by 
RIDA JOHNSON YOUNG. 



Taisez-Vous. 

Casket Girls and Men. 



Music by 
VICTOR HERBERT. 



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Naughty Marietta. 



49 



N94. 

Lyric by 
RIDA JOHNSON YOUNG. 

Animate 



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So when I am g*ood, I am 
'Cause when she was g'ood, she was 




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ver - y g*ood in -deed, But when I am bad, I'm hor-rid! 

ver - y g"ood in -deed, But when she was bad, she was hor-rid! 




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Naughty Marietta. 



N9 5. 



53 

It Never, Never Can Be Love 

DUET. 
Marietta and Captain Dick. 



Lyric by 
RIDA JOHNSON YOUNG. 



Music by 
VICTOR HERBERT. 



Animato e molto rubato. 



/DICK. 



Piano. 




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friends, you see,. 



Cer-tain - ly,. 



cer-tain - ly. 



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prom-ise you'll nev- er make love at me? No! No! No!. 



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54 



MAR. 



DICK. 



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see. 



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61 



If I Were Anybody Else But Me. 



DUET. 
Simon and Lizette. 



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Tempo g-iusto. 



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67 



'Neath The Southern Moon 



N9 7. 



Adah. 



Lyric by 
RIDA JOHNSON YOUNG. 

Lento. 



Music by 
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N9 8. 

Lyric by 
RIDA JOHNSON YOUNG. 

Allegro. 



Italian Street Song. 

Marietta and Chorus. 



Music by 
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83 



Naughty Marietta 



N99 

Lyric by 
RIDA JOHNSON YOUNG 



Finale 1st Act 



Music by 
VICTOR HERBERT. 



Allegro 



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Tis she! the cas - ket girl! 'tis 




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M.W. &SONS 11621 X 



84 



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Allegro 



MARIETTA(to Cipt. Dick) 



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my friend! 
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tect your son, Ru - dol - fo! 



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Piu Allegro 



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86 



Molto Appassionato 



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M.W. 4 SONS 11621 X 



87 



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fix comme ca! 



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dont for - sake me stay be - side me, safe - ly hide me 




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88 




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89 



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dear me! 




M.W. & SONS 11621 x 



90 



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the cas - ket girl! 



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91 



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In your lov. ing arms en - fold me here! 



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tis she! 



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mi - o fi - glio, fi - glio dear 



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with me, come! 



come! Oh, come with me! 



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dear me, 



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92 



accell 



a tempo p oco ri }. 



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yes, 'tis she, 'tis she! be-*:deme,safelyhidemedont forsake Ritrimi-o dear! 

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Oh dear me. dear me, 



dear me! 




M.W.4 SONS 11621 x 



Allegro Vivace 

ETIENNE(to Governor) 



IS 



Pip§ 



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94 



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(to Governor) 



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speak up, 

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•t him think, 



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M.W. * SONS 116.il X 



98 



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Pa - dre mi - o, 



For - sake me 



/ ; 



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pro-tect your son, 



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fi - glio. 



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by and by 



by and by 




M.W. & SONS 11621 ^ 



96 






F F 



not. for - sake me not! 



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mands be on your head! 



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son, speak up, speak up! 




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mi - o, ca - ro mi - o, ca - ro mi - o! 



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will be dire and dread! 



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think, by and by, by and by! 




LW.A SONS 11621 * 



97 



M 



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Allegro feroce 



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98 



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dre! 



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speak up, Come man. Come, speak up! 



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ca - ris - si - mo! 



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no, no. no, no, Come, sir, you're mas-ter here. 



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99 



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She's his fi - g-lio 



lo 




M.W.4 SONS 11621 * 



100 



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take his son you will not dare, well fight to see fair play- 




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101 



GOVERNOKUn distress)/ 



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I scarce - ly know just what to say*. 




ETIENNE 




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These ruf - fians here on ev - ry side 



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102 



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let her 



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to the cas - tie 




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105 




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to the cas - tie, 




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106 



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speak up man, or fight for fair 



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108 



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109 

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110 





End of J §t Act 



M.W. & SONS 11621 X 



Naughty Marietta. 


ill 

ACT II. 

Opening Chorus. 

SCENE I. 




N9 10. 


PRELUDE. 


VICTOR HERBERT 


Allegro 


moderato. 


8 



Piano. 




8- 





Attacca Bun. 



M.W.&SONS 11621 CO 



Naughty Marietta. 



N911. 



112 



Dance Of The Marionettes 

DUET. 
Marietta and Rudolfo. 



Lyric by 
RIDA JOHNSON YOUNG. 



Music by 
VICTOR HERBERT. 



Allegretto moderato. 



Piano. 




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pip 



RUDOLFO. (Operating- Marionettes.) 



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114 



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M.W.&SONS 11621 ^ 



116 



Naughty Marietta. 



N9 12. 

Lyric by 
RIDA JOHNSON YOUNG. 



You Marry A Marionette. 



Music by 
VICTOR HERBERT. 



Con moto. 



Moderate, sempre rubato. 



Piano. 




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in - to a bun -die of sa - tin and lace! The an-swer's as sim- pies can 
ren - der his will to a smile and a kiss! The an-swer's as sim -pies can 

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5198 
M.W.&SONS 11621 



117 



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be For we men are but pup-pets, are toys af t - er all, As we 

be Tho' we fond - ly be -lieve that we're pull- ing the rope, When the 




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laugh or we sigh or we sing 1 : If we creep or we crawl, If we 

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stand or we fall, Sure a worn - an is pull- ing the 
cov - er it '8 true, That a worn - an is pull- ing the 



string 

string. 




M.W.&SONS 11621 C 



118 



REFRAIN. 



grandio&o. 



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Oh! A man is a man, do what he can, What - ev - er his breed or 



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119 



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ho - ping" to rule 



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M.W.&SONS 11621 C 



Naughty Marietta. 



N? 13. 



120 

Dance. 

Marietta. 



Allegretto moderate 



VICTOR HERBERT. 

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M.w.&SONS 11K21 ee 



121 



Naughty Marietta. 



N914. 



The Dream Melody 

Intermezzo. 



VICTOR HERBERT. 



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122 



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123 




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M.W.&SONS 11H21 



127 
Naughty Marietta. 

New Orleans Jeunesse Dore'e. 

(SCENE II.) 
Lyric by 
RIDA JOHNSON YOUNG. 



N9 15. 



Allegro. 



(During change of Scene.) 



Piano 



Music by 
VICTOR HERBERT. 




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128 





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129 



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gam - ble If you 



look at it that 



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way! 



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130 



Vo - tar- ies of 



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mirth axid fol - ly! 



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Gay Jeu - nesse do 



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131 



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134 



N? 16. 

Lyric by 
RIDA JOHNSON YOUNG 

Pomposo 



Love's Of New Orleans. 



Music by 
VICTOR HERBERT 



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135 




love 



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138 



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We're the love 



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Or- le-ans, with its ]nn-#uor,and its fra-grance of de - sire 




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137 



Tempo di Valse 




SPANISH GIRLS 




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NO. 20 Captain Dick. 



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