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THE ROSE OF SALENCY. 

AN OPERETTA. 



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CHARACTEBS. 

*CAPTAIN ANTOINE, Son of the Seigneur of the Village Tenor. 

The PASTOR of the Village Bass. *PIEIIRE, a Soldier— brother to Lisette . . , .Tenor. 

LISETTE, a Village Maiden Soprano. THERESE, a Villager Mezzo Soprano. 

* In the absence of Two Tenors these parts can be taken by one. 



ACT I. 



SCENE I. — The Village Street. Lisette's Cottage on one side. 
Near a large tree a table is placed, with an urn on it. 

CHORUS. 

Upon this day we meet to choose 
A maiden for our village Queen ; 
On her alone our choice shall fall 
Whose life has pure and spotless been. 
Nor wit nor beauty shall decide, 
But virtue be our only guide. 
Pastoe. Now, neighbours all, each in your turn, 
Pass by, and place within this urn 
The paper with the maiden's name 
Whom you would wish o'er you to reign, 
And till another year comes round. 
To be your Queen with roses crown'd. 

CHORUS. 

Now hope and fear are striving 
In many a maiden's breast. 
But soon their fate deciding. 
Each doubt will be at rest. 
We think the maiden we can see 
Whom all would wish their Queen to be. 
Pas. My friends, with pleasure I announce to all, 
Upon Lisette your choice doth fall. 
CHORUS. 

Happy Lisette, rejoice ! 
On thee hath fall'n our choice ; 
And happy are we to gain 
Such a Queen o'er us to reign. 
Thy pure and spotless mind. 
Thy beauty and truth combin'd, 
"Will make us all hail the day 
When we bow to thy gentle sway. 

Song. — Lisette. 
I. 

O happy day ! what joy to know 

I shall be Queen of Roses ! 
What bliss to feel that on my brow 

The beauteous wreath reposes ! 
What transport my dear friends to meet — 

Each cheek with pleasure glowing ; 
And all a smile, and welcome kind. 

Upon their Queen bestowing ! 

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When lads and lasses, gaily dressed. 

Are on the green sward dancing. 
And from each maiden's sparkling eye 

Pure happiness is glancing — 
When Music's notes float in the air. 
Mine ear with welcome greeting — 
Believe me, friends, this heart will then 
With gratitude be beating. 
Pas. At church to-morrow we will meet. 

Each one drest 
All in his best. 
And there our future Queen we'll greet. 
Then 'neath the sacred dome we'll pray 
That Heaven will guide her on her way. 
And shield her from all care and sorrow. — 
So now farewell until to-morrow. 
CHORUS. 
Till the sun the orient sky 
Is tinting with golden ray. 
And nature wakes, rejoicing 
To welcome another day : 
Till, through the ambient air. 
Is heard the matin bell, 
Farewell, fair Queen of Roses, — 
Gentle Lisette, farewell. 
Lis. Farewell, dear friends and neighbours, 

Until the morn, farewell. 

\_Exeunt all. Lisette enters her cottage. 

SCENE II. — Interior of Lisette's cottage; an image of the 

Virgin agaijist the wall. Lisette enters. 
Lis. O this has been a happy day ! 

How kind my neighbours were that they 



Should choose the orphan-girl Lisette 
To be their Queen of Roses — yet 
I cannot help a feeling of regret 
My brother is not here to share 
My joy. Now I'll to rest repair — 
But first I'll ofi'er up a prayer. 

I. 

O Holy Virgin guard 

Thy servant thro' the night ; 
And o'er her slumbers watch 

Until the morning light. 

II. 

While darkness shrouds the earth 

From danger keep me free ; 
And in the morn I'll sing 
Glad praises unto thee. 

[^She lights a candle, and is about to retire. '\ 
Lis. What step is that ? Who comes this way ? 

\_Enter Pierre.^ 
My brother Pierre ! 
PiERKE. Hush ! silence, pray ! 

Are we alone ? Is no one near ? 
Lis. We are alone. But why this fear ? 

Why on that face that look forlorn, 
Thy dress all travel-stained and torn ? — 
What means all this ? 
PiEKEE. My tongue will fail 

To tell thee all the dreadful tale. 

Ballad. — Pieeee. 
I. 

Thou know'st that I was forced to leave 

This happy, humble cot. 
To join the busy tented field, 

And share a soldier's lot ; 
But 'midst the din and clang of arms, 

In battle's fierce array, 
I thought of thee, my sister dear, 

And the cottage far away. 

II. 

At night I paced the sentry's round, 

To guard against surprise ; 
I gazed upon the starry heavens, 

And thought of thy bright eyes. 
'Midst all the scenes of war and strife 

For one thing did I pray — 
Once more to see my sister dear 

And the cottage far away. 
Lis. Keep me no longer in suspense, dear Pierre ; 

Tell me what dire misfortune brings you here. 
PiEEEE. Thou know'st, Lisette, our Seigneur's son 
By valiant deeds has honor won ; 
But tho' a soldier brave is he. 
He laughs at woman's purity. 
One day he dared to join thy name 
With words of infamy and shame : 
Enraged, I struck him — swords we drew — 
We fought — alas ! my sword plunged thro' 
His side — he fell, and lay as dead ; 
Struck with remorse and fear I fled. 
For days and nights I wandered on, 
Till tired and worn, all hope near gone, 
I reached, at last, this much-loved home. 
{Aside.) Should I be found, death is my doom. 

DUET. 
As when the threat'ning thunder-cloud 

Obscures the summer light, 
And over hill and valley casts 

A shadow as of night : 
So now I feel that sorrow's blight 

Has fall'n upon the scene. 
And grief usurps the place where once 

Reign'd happiness supreme. 
Lisette. 
Hark ! I hear footsteps in the street. 
The neighbours near my -window meet. 
Quick, to my bedroom — take this light ; 
All angels guard thee, Pierre — Good night ! 

[_Fierre takes the candle, and eiiters Lisette\ 
bedroom,. Lisette falls on her hiees before 
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SEllENADE foutsidvj. 

Sweet dreams attend tlij' sleeinng, 

Maiden fair, 
All angels o'er thee keeping 

Watchful care, 
Until the lark is singing 

His matin lay, 
And village bells are ringing 

In the day. 
Sweet dreams attend thee, maiden fair, good night ! 

O holy Virgin, guard me thro' this night ! 

END OF THE FIKST ACT. 



ACT II. 

SCENE l.—The Village Street 

CHORUS. 

Weave the wreath and chant the lay, 
As they wend upon their way ; 
See, the sun doth brightly shine, 
Shedding forth his beams divine ; — 
List the minstrels' fifes and drums ! 
See, the gay procession comes ! 
Let our joyous shouts resound ! 
Hail our Queen with roses crown'd ! 

\_The procession enters.^ 
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To Heaven in gratitude I bow 
That it has spared my life till now, 
To gaze once more upon this scene, 
And crown Lisette your village Queen. 

BALLAD. 

Pastok. 
I. 

I have watched thee, gentle maiden. 

From thy childhood's earliest hour, 
And seen with joy thy mind controU'd 

By virtue's holy power : 
In this happy, humble village. 

Free from peril and from strife. 
Thou hast known earth's greatest blessing — 

A pure and peaceful life. 

II. 

In thy childhood, thy dear parents 

From thy home were torn away. 
And thou lost for ever, dear Lisette, 

Their guiding love and sway ; 
Yet thou from Virtue's pleasant ways 

Hast never turned aside. 
In all thy actions thou hast made 

Her laws thy only guide. 



Pas. 



See ! who comes here with hurried pace, 
And signs of anger on her face ? 

Theeese Tear the wreath from off her brow, 
She's not worthy to be Queen ! 

Choktjs Lisette not worthy ! 



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No ; not now ! 
List ! I'll relate what I have seen, — 
As late last night from work returning, 
I saw a light in her chamber burning. 
The shadow on the blind revealed 
Some one was in her room concealed. 
Speak, speak, Lisette, can this be true ? 
Dare any one say this of you ? 
Great Heaven ! with guilt she hangs her head. 
The color from her cheeks has fled. 

SOLO AND CHORUS. 

Lisette. 

fatal day ! unhappy me ! 
What anguish and what misery 
Must I endure for thy dear sake ! 
Alas, I feel my heart will break ! 

Chorus. 
O fatal day ! unhappy maid ! 
Our trust in thee has been betray'd ! 
I'o think that form contains within 
A heart that loves deceit and sin ! 



Pas. 



Hence to thy home, base girl, begone ! 

\_Ca2)tain Antoine enters.^ 
Who is this stranger, pale and wan, 
Who slowly drags his steps along. 
Whose anxious gaze is on the throng ? 

Cap. a. Kind friends inform me if one Pierre, 

The brother of Lisette, is here ? 



Pas. No, Stranger, Pierre wc have not seen : 
This is Lisette, our village Queen. 

TRIO. 
Captain Antoine. 
Lisette your Queen ! and yet those eyes 
So filled with tears, those deep-dra^vn sighs, 

Proclaim a heart but ill at rest ; 
(Aside) And was I base enough her name 
With words of slander to defame ? 
I feel with shame and grief opprest ! 

Pastok. 
Why comes this stranger 'mongst us now 
His falt'ring step and pallid brow 

Proclaim that wounded he has been ; 
What strange adventure brings him here ? 
Why does he seek the soldier Pierre ? 

Why gaze thus on our village Queen ? 

Lisette. 
What stranger's this I gaze on now ? 
His falt'ring step and pallid brow 

Proclaim a sufferer is he : 
But oh ! my heart is chill'd -with fear ; 
Why does he seek my brother Pierre ? 

Why look so mournfully on me ? 

Cap. a. Why is your Queen in tears ? 

Pas. We've found 

She was not worthy to be crown'd. 

Cap. a. I pray explain. 

Pas. With pain and grief 

I tell the tale. Let me be brief, — 
One of our neighbours has revealed 
Some one was in her cot concealed — 

Cap a. Say when — 

Pas. The whole of yesternight. 

Cap. a. Some one concealed ! Ah ! now a light 
Upon me breaks. — Lisette, come near. 
Tell me, sweet maiden, was it Pierre 
You did conceal ? Nay, do not fear, 
For see, his pardon I have here. 

Lis. His pardon ! 

Cap. A. Yes! 

Lis Then he is free 

From peril ! 
Cap. a. You confess 'twas he ! 

Lis. Alas, poor Pierre ! he never more 

Will happiness regain. 
But sorrow be his portion, for 
His Captain he has slain. 

Cap. a. {laughing.) No, no, not slain ! Lisette, in me 
Pierre's captain and his friend you see. 

Lis. and Choeus. Our seigneur's son, 
Captain Antoine ! 
Our noble seigneur's son ! 

Cap. a. Friends of my childhood, long I've been away, 
But now with you henceforth I mean to stay. 

CHORUS. 

Welcome, welcome, our noble seigneur's son ! 

Honor and fame in the field he has won. 
He leaves all the glories of war. 
The sound of the trumpet afar. 
The roll and the rattle of drums, 
To the home of his childhood he comes. 

Cap. a. Tell me, my friends, is not Lisette 
Worthy to be your Queen ? 

Cho. She is ! 

Cap. a. Then let 

The gay procession form again. 
And peace and joy resume their reign. 

FINALE. 
Lisette. 

Now banish ev'ry fear. 

What happiness serene 
Now fills my breast to hear 

I am their village Queen ! 

TUTTI. 

Now wipe all tears away, 

Let nought but smiles be seen, 

With heart and voice we say, 
Long live our village Queen. 



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ACT I. 

Overture 1 

1. Chorus— " Upon tMs day," 10 

( Recitative — Bass — " Now neighbours all," — ' 13 

2. . 

( Chorus — " Now hope and fear," 14 

I Recitative — Bass — " My friends with pleasure," ) 
Chorus — " Happy Lisette, rejoice ! " "• ) 

4. Song — Soprano — " I shall be Queen of Roses,"* • • • 22 

i Recitative — Bass — " At church to-morrow," 27 

( Chorus— " TiU the sun," 28 

( Recitative — Soprano — " O this has been a happy day ! " 32 

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( Prayer — Soprano — " O holy Virgin," 34 

( Recitative — Soprano and Tenor — " What step is that ? " 38 

' ' ( Ballad— Tenor—'' The cottage far away," 39 

! Recitative — Soprano and Tenor — " Keep me no longer in suspense," 44 

Duet — Soprano and Tenor — " As when the threat'ning thunder-cloud," 46 

I Recitative — Soprano — " Hark ! I hear footsteps," 50 

Serenade — Chorus — " Sweet dreams attend," 51 



ACT II. 

10. Chorus—" Weave the wreath," 54 

1 1. Villagers' Dance 60 

I Recitative — Bass — " To heav'n in gratitude I bow," 64 

( Ballad — Bass — " I have watched thee, gentle maiden," 65 

I Recitative and Solo — Bass and Mezzo-Soprano — " See, who comes here," - 69 

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( Solo — Soprano — and Chorus — " O fatal day," 72 

(-Recitative — Bass and Tenor — " Hence to thy home," 75 

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(Trio — Soprano, Tenor, a?id Bass — " Lisette your Queen ! " 76 

^Recitative, &c. — Soprano, Tenor, and Bass — " Why is your Queen in tears 1 81 



(Chorus — " Welcome our noble Seigneur's son ! " 84 

rRecitative — Tenor — " TeU me, my friends," 90 

'Finale — Soprano and Chorus — " Now banish ev'ry fear," 91 



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Segue Song- Soprano 



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"I SHALL BE QUEEN OF ROSES." 



LlSETTE 



Allegro gioioso. J=i08. 



WORDS & MUSIC BY 

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CiTOjRrS— "TILL THE SUN." 



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Allegretto 

non troppo 

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sun the o _ rient sky 



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SCENE II. 



X? 6. REGIT. _"0 THIS HAS BEEN A HAPPY DAY. 
Allegro. 



LISETTE. 





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To Le their Qaeen of 




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Alleffro 



JVP 7. KIJOJT.- "WHAT STEP IS THAT? 




agitato. 



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^rn^r' ^ hI^ ^n-"- : % ; ; 



IVhat step is that? 



^ Who comes this way? ^^ My hr other 




# 



PIERRE. 



"piv andante e sotto voce. 



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LISETTE. 



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Hush! silence pray!/ Are we a_lone?/ Is no one near? 



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-lone, hut why this fear? 



TVhy on thy face that look forlorn. Thy 




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PIERRE. 



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dress ail travel stain'd and torn? What means all this? 



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fail . 



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BALLAD- ^'THE COTTAGE FAR AWAY.'^ 



PIERRE . 



Andante espressivo, J = 96 



WORDS & Music by 
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knoVst that I was forced to leave This hap_py, hum -hie 





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share a sol-dier's lot . 



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con tenerezza. 



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one thing did I pray 



Once more to see my 



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sis _ ter dear, And the cot.tage far a Mdj — 



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JVi> 8. REGIT Sr DUET. 



WORDS & MUSIC BY 

W. CHALMERS MASTERS. 




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Keep me no longer in sns-pense, dear Pierre, Tell me what 



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PIERRE. P tem'po marziale. 



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dire mis _for_ tone brings you here, 



Thou knowst, Li__sette, onr 



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temyo marziale ma andante. 

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side! he fell, and lay as dead; 



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Agitato. J = 120. 



LISETTE.: 



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JVP 9. RECIT. Sr SEREXABE. 
Andante. 



LISETTE. 



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Hark! I hear footsteps in the 




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The neighbours near my win.dow 



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J = 104. Andante non troppo lento. W. CHALMERS MASTERS. 



Contralto. 



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54i 



ACT II 



JV.o 10. CHORUS 



WEAVE THE WREATH. 



WORDS & MUSIC BY 

W. CHALMERS MASTERS. 



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BALLAD "\ HAVE WATCHED THEE, GENTLE MAIDEN.' 



9f 



WORDS A MUSIC BY 

W. CHALMERS MASTERS. 



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Andante 
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.V? 13. REGIT &f SOiO -''Tear the wreath from off her brow. 
Alle^rro molto ed agitato. 

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_ ceal'd _ Say when? The whole of yestei 



yester. night . 



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Friends of my child __ hood, 



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