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The Prince of Pilsen 



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A MUSICAL COMEDY 

IN TWO ACTS 
LYRICS BY 

FRANK PIXLEY 



MUSIC BY 



GUSTAV LUDERS. 



VOCAL SCORE. 



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JV^^itmark^ Sons, 



NEW YORK, 



CHICAGO,- SAN FRANCISCO. 
LONDON. 



JOSEF WEINBERGER, 
VIENNA.-LEIPZIG. 

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THE PRINCE OF PILSEN. 

A Musical Comedy in Two Acts. 

Management of Henry W. Savage. 
Staged by George Marion. 
Produced May 1902, Tremont Theatre, Boston. 



Book and Lyricsby Music by 

FRANK PIXLEY. GUSTAV LUDERS. 



CAST OF CHARACTERS. 

Prince of Pilsen ARTHUR Donaldson. 

Hans Wagner John w. ransone. 

Tom Wagner IVEY ANDERSON. 

Artie MAURICE DARCY. 

Francois . .... ROBERT o' CONNOR. 

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Mrs. Madison Crocker Dorothy morton. 

Sidonie LOUiSE montrose. 

Edith MABEL PIERSON. 

Nellie ruth Peebles. 

Juinnie zella fp\nk. 

Heidelberg Students, Naval Cadets, U.S.A. Gendarmes, Vassar Girls etc. etc. 



Time Present . 

Place Nice, Italy. 



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Contents. 



ACT I. 

OVERTURE ^ 

NQ 1 OPENING CHORUS . . • ■ Fran9ois and Waiters, — Entrance of Edith and Chorus. 15 
_ ARTTR . •• • ... . » • • • .Artie and Girls. 29 

3 SEASON AT THE. SHORE.. Mrs. Crocker and Chorus Girls. 34 

4 ENTRANCE Francois, Edith and Chorus 38 

5 STUDENTS' ENTRANCE ^J 

6 HEIDELBERG (STEIN SONG) • • Prince and Students. 51 

7 THE WIDOW (TRIO) Mrs Crocker, Hans and Artie. 57 

8 KEEP IT DARK • • Fran9ois, Sidonie and Chorus. 63 

9 PICTURES IN THE SMOKE Prince. 67 

10 FINALE I ^^ 

ACT n. 

11 OPENING CHORUS Foxhunter Chorus. 88 

12 didn't know EXACTLY WHAT TO DO . . Hans, Mrs. Crocker and ChoruslOO 

13 THE AMERICAN GIRL (Song of the Cities) . . Mrs. Crocker and Chorus.104 

14 THE MESSAGE OF THE VIOLET . Tom. 113 

15 THE TALE OF THE SEA SHELL Prince, Nellie and Ensemble. 117 

16 BACK TO THE. BOULEVARDS . Francois and Sidonie.121 

17 FLOWER FETE . ...... . . • Mrs. Crockfer and Ensemhle.127 

18 FALL IN .Tom,E<iith and Marinesl34 

19 FINALE II. . . . • Principals and ChorusliO 



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THE PRINCE OF PILSEN. 

A Musical Comedy in Two Acts. 

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Season at the Shore. 

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88 

ACT n. 



N911. 



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NO 12, 



Didn't Know Exactly What To Do. 



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Fall In. 

Tom, Edith, Chorus of Marines and Ensemble. 



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