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  1. The Complete Plays of Gilbert and Sullivan by W. S. (William Schwenck), Sir, 1836-1911, Sullivan, Arthur, Sir Gilbert, 2006-11-03
  2. The BAB BALLADS. Much Sound and Little Sense. With Illustrations by the Author. by W[illiam]. S[chwenck, Sir. 1836 - 1911]. Gilbert, 1869
  3. HER MAJESTY'S SHIP PINAFORE; or, The Lass That Loved a Sailor. An Entirely Original Comic Opera, in Two Acts. by W[illiam]. S[chwenck, Sir. 1836 - 1911]. Sullivan, Arthur [1842 - 1900]. Gilbert, 1879-01-01
  4. A treasury of Gilbert & Sullivan - [Uniform Title: Operas. Selections; arr.] by Arthur, Sir (1842-1900) & Gilbert, W. S. (William Schwenck) (1836-1911 Sullivan, 1941
  5. H. M. S. PINAFORE; or, The Lass That Loved a Sailor.An Entirely Original Nautical Comic Opera in Two Acts.Price One Shilling. by W[illiam]. S[chwenck, Sir.1836 - 1911].Sullivan, Arthur [1842 - 1900]. Gilbert, 1878
  6. The story of The Mikado. told by Sir W.S. Gilbert; illustrated b by Gilbert. W. S. (William Schwenck). 1836-1911., 1921-01-01
  7. [Window Bill for]ROBERT The DEVIL, Or the Nun, the Dun, and the Son of a Gun!Boxing Night, December 26th. by W[illiam]. S[chwenck, Sir.1836 - 1911]. Gilbert, 1868
  8. The SORCERER.An Entirely Original Modern Comic Opera in Two Acts.[with] Original Opera Comique Program for The SORCERER. by W[illiam]. S[chwenck, Sir.1836 - 1911].Sullivan, Arthur [1842 - 1900]. Gilbert, 1877
  9. A RESPECTFUL OPERATIC PER-VERSION Of TENNYSON'S PRINCESS, In Two Acts, Entitled PRINCESS IDA; or, Castle Adamant.Price One Shilling. by W[illiam]. S[chwenck, Sir.1836 - 1911].Sullivan, Arthur [1842 - 1900]. Gilbert, 1884
  10. An ENTIRELY NEW And ORIGINAL JAPANESE OPERA, In Two Acts, Entitled The MIKADO; or, The Town of Titipu.Price One Shilling. [with] Original Savoy Theatre Program for The MIKADO. by W[illiam]. S[chwenck, Sir.1836 - 1911].Sullivan, Arthur [1842 - 1900]. Gilbert, 1885
  11. An ENTIRELY NEW And ORIGINAL SUPERNATURAL OPERA, In Two Acts, Entitled RUDDIGORE; or, The Witch's Curse!Price One Shilling. by W[illiam]. S[chwenck, Sir.1836 - 1911].Sullivan, Arthur [1842 - 1900]. Gilbert, 1887
  12. Gilbert and Sullivan: Lost Chords and Discords by Doris Caroline, Abrahams, 1977-11
  13. Gilbert and Sullivan Production (The Theatre Student Series) by Peter Kline, 1972-03
  14. The Gilbert and Sullivan Lexicon in Which Is Gilded the Philosophic Pill: Featuring New Illustrations by Harry Benford, 1999-05

81. W. S. Gilbert - Author Details And Biography - The Quotations Page
Quotations by Author. Author details WS Gilbert (1836 1911). FullName, Gilbert, William Schwenck, Sir. Biography, English librettist S. Gilbert

82. Famous Quotes By Author - The Quotations Page
Gilbert, WS (6) English librettist writer of comic operettas (1836 - 1911). Gill,Brendan (1). Ettiene De (1). Grenfell, Joyce (1). Grenfell, Sir Wilfred (1

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83. 1878 In Music - Encyclopedia Article About 1878 In Music. Free Access, No Regist
The Captain Of The Pinafore w. WS Gilbert William Schwenck Gilbert s father wasa naval surgeon and he m. Arthur Sullivan Sir Arthur Seymour Sullivan (May 13 in music
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84. Vers Libre [free Verse] WS Gilbert
WS Gilbert 1836 1911 British barrister, playwright, and poet, Poem title, Poemvolume, Poem date. Ballad Sir Barnaby Bampton Boo, The Bab Ballads, 1868.

85. Questia Online Library - New Search
Gilbert and Sullivan to Puccini, Japonisme was a WS The Complete likes of whichIve never seen in a Gilbert and Sullivan The dimwitted Sir Josephs entrance

86. Christmas Boxes Nov 2001 Release
WS Gilbert 1836–1911 Arthur Sullivan 1842–1900, Philharmonic Orchestra BBCSymphony Orchestra London Symphony Orchestra Conducted by Sir Malcolm Sargent

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HMS Pinafore, Trial by Jury The Pirates of Penzance, Overtures: The Sorceror, Cox and Box, Princess Ida Sullivan: Overture in C (In memoriam) Patience, Symphony in E ('Irish') Iolanthe, Overture di ballo The Mikado Ruddigore, The Tempest, The Merchant of Venice The Yeomen of the Guard The Gondoliers, Cello Concerto in D Julian Lloyd Webber Pro Arte Orchestra
City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra
Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra
BBC Symphony Orchestra
London Symphony Orchestra
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Sir Malcolm Sargent
Sir Vivian Dunn Sir Charles Groves Sir Charles Mackerras

87. Elibron: Works By Author
When WS Gilbert was a small child, he was kidnapped by a group one of a series ofsatirical operettas Gilbert wrote with the composer Sir Arthur Sullivan.

88. Decca Music Group - New Release
of the Guard or The Merryman and his Maid without dialogue Music by Sir ArthurSullivan 1842–1900 Words by WS Gilbert 1836–1911 Sir Richard Cholmondely
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Trial by Jury

Hark the hour of ten is sounding
The Yeomen of the Guard or The Merryman and his Maid
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Sir Richard Cholmondely Anthony Raffell Colonel Fairfax Philip Potter Sergeant Meryll Donald Adams Leonard Meryll David Palmer Jack Point John Reed Wilfrid Shadbolt Kenneth Sandford First Yeoman David Palmer Second Yeoman Thomas Lawlor Elsie Meynard Elizabeth Harwood Phoebe Meryll Ann Hood Dame Carruthers Gillian Knight Kate Margaret Eales Soloists and Chorus Royal Philharmonic Orchestra Sir Malcolm Sargent Trial by Jury without dialogue Music by Sir Arthur Sullivan Words by F.C. Burnand The Plaintiff Ann Hood The Defendant Thomas Roun Counsel for the Plaintiff Kenneth Sandford The Learned Judge John Reed Usher Donald Adams Foreman of the Jury Anthony Raffell Soloists and Chorus Orchestra of the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden

89. Decca Music Group - New Release
CAST Princess Ida or Castle Adamant without dialogue Music by Sir Arthur Sullivan1842–1900 Words by WS Gilbert 1836–1911 King Hildebrand Kenneth Sandford
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cold and stately
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King Hildebrand Kenneth Sandford Hilarion Philip Potter Cyril David Palmer Florian Jeffrey Skitch King Gama John Reed Arac Donald Adams Guron Anthony Raffell Scynthius George Cook Princess Ida Elizabeth Harwood Lady Blanche Christene Palmer Lady Psyche Ann Hood Melissa/Sacharissa Valerie Masterson Soloists and Chorus Royal Philharmonic Orchestra Sir Malcolm Sargent Pineapple Poll Music by Sir Arthur Sullivan Arrangement by Sir Charles Mackerras Philharmonia Orchestra Sir Charles Mackerras RECORDING INFORMATION Princess Ida Princess Ida The CD transfer is outstanding and the 1965 recording has splendid depth and presence. The Penguin Guide to Opera on CD Pineapple Poll The Penguin Guide to Opera on CD Home Music Artists New Releases ... Features

90. Mid-Hudson Library System /Catalog
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91. The Origin Of The Name Gilbert
His descendants included Sir Humphrey Gilbert (died 1583), who discovered Newfoundland.The librettist WS Gilbert (1836 — 1911), author of the Savoy operas
The origin of the name Gilbert
1: English (Norman), French, and Low German: from Gislebert , a Norman personal name composed of the Germanic elements gisil + berht hostage, noble youth + bright, famous . This given name enjoyed considerable popularity in England during the Middle Ages, partly as a result of the fame of Saint Gilbert of Sempringham (1085 - 1189), the founder of the only native English monastic order. This at one time had over twenty houses, but became extinct on the Dissolution of the Monasteries. 2: Scots and Irish: anglicized form of Kilbride , from Erse and Gaelic son of the servant of (Saint) Brigit A name which may translate as "Exalted", and was originally borne by a pagan fire goddess, many of whose attributes were transferred to Saint Brigit of Kildare (452 - 523), the founder of the first Irish convent . 3: Jewish (Ashkenazic): anglicization of one or more like-sounding Jewish surnames. Variants (of 1): English: Gelbert Gilbard Gilbart Gilbeart Gilberd Gilbird Gilburd Gilburt Gillbard Jelbart Jelbert (Devon and Cornwall). French:

92. AIM25: Royal College Of Music: SANTLEY, Sir Charles (1834-1922)
Administrative/Biographical history Sir Charles Santley, born Liverpool, 28 Feb1834 Sullivan, requesting a score, Nov 1885; from WS Gilbert, advising that

93. AIM25: Royal College Of Music: SANTLEY, Sir Charles (1834-1922)
to the RCM by Mrs Antonio Brosa, granddaughter of Sir Charles Santley 1882; fromArthur Sullivan, requesting a score, Nov 1885; from WS Gilbert, advising that

94. Gilbert & Sullivan: TRIAL BY JURY - Libretto
(1836 1911 1842 - 1900). The Operas of Gilbert Sullivan. TRIAL BY JURY. Librettoby WS Gilbert Music by Sir Arthur Sullivan DRAMATIS PERSONAE THE LEARNED
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THE DEFENDANT COUNSEL FOR THE PLAINTIFF USHER FOREMAN OF THE JURY ASSOCIATE FIRST BRIDESMAID First produced at the Royalty Theatre, London, March 25, 1875 SCENE - A Court of Justice, Barristers, Attorney, and Jurymen discovered. CHORUS Hark, the hour of ten is sounding: Hearts with anxious fears are bounding, Hall of Justice, crowds surrounding, Breathing hope and fear- For to-day in this arena, Summoned by a stern subpoena, Edwin, sued by Angelina, Shortly will appear. Enter Usher SOLO - USHER Now, Jurymen, hear my advice- All kinds of vulgar prejudice I pray you set aside: With stern, judicial frame of mind From bias free of every kind, This trial must be tried. CHORUS From bias free of every kind, This trial must be tried. (During Chorus, Usher sings fortissimo, "Silence in Court!") USHER Oh, listen to the plaintiff's case:

95. Wyvern00/gs_society_info
Gilbert, Sir William Schwenck 1836 1911 . Sullivan,Sir Arthur Seymour 1842 - 1900 for his collaboration with WS.Gilbert in such
Gilbert, Sir William Schwenck 1836 - 1911
Parodist, and librettist of the 'Gilbert and Sullivan' light operas, born in London. He studied at London, became a clerk in the privy-council office (1857-62), and was called to the bar (1864). Failling to attract lucrative briefs, he subsisted on magazine contributions to 'Fun', for which he wrote much humorous verse under his boyhood nickname 'Bab', collected in 1869 as the 'Bab Ballads'. He also wrote fairy comedies and serious plays in blank verse. He is remembered for his partnership with Sir Arthur Sullivan, begun in 1871, with whom he wrote 14 popular operas, from 'Trial by Jury' (1875) to 'The Gondoliers' (1889). The partnership was broken by a quarrel, and on its resolution they wrote little more before Sullivan's death in 1900. He was knighted in 1907.
(Cambridge Biographical Encyclopedia 1994) Sullivan, Sir Arthur Seymour 1842 - 1900
Composer, born in London. He studied in London and Leipzig, and became an organist in London. His association with the theatre started in 1867, and from 1871 he was known for his collaboration with W.S.Gilbert in such comic operas as 'HMS Pinafore' (1878) and 'The Pirates of Penzance' (1879). He also composed a grand opera, 'Invanhoe' (1891), cantatas, ballads, a 'Te Deum', and hymn tunes. He was knighted in 1883.
(Cambridge Biographical Encyclopedia 1994)
1975 - HMS. Pinafore

96. Mathematical Quotations -- G
Galton, Sir Francis (18221911). Gilbert, WS (1836 - 1911) I m very good atintegral and differential calculus, I know the scientific names of beings
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Galbraith, John Kenneth
There can be no question, however, that prolonged commitment to mathematical exercises in economics can be damaging. It leads to the atrophy of judgement and intuition...
Economics, Peace, and Laughter.
Galilei, Galileo (1564 - 1642)
[The universe] cannot be read until we have learnt the language and become familiar with the characters in which it is written. It is written in mathematical language, and the letters are triangles, circles and other geometrical figures, without which means it is humanly impossible to comprehend a single word.
Opere Il Saggiatore p. 171. Measure what is measurable, and make measurable what is not so.
Quoted in H. Weyl "Mathematics and the Laws of Nature" in I Gordon and S. Sorkin (eds.) The Armchair Science Reader , New York: Simon and Schuster, 1959. And who can doubt that it will lead to the worst disorders when minds created free by God are compelled to submit slavishly to an outside will? When we are told to deny our senses and subject them to the whim of others? When people devoid of whatsoever competence are made judges over experts and are granted authority to treat them as they please? These are the novelties which are apt to bring about the ruin of commonwealths and the subversion of the state.
[On the margin of his own copy of Dialogue on the Great World Systems
In J. R. Newman (ed.)

97. Film & Video
In zijn sublieme portret van de operetteauteurs WS Gilbert en Sir Arthur Sullivan vanPrincess Ida honend librettist William Schwenck Gilbert (1836- 1911).

T I T E L : Topsy-Turvy R E G I E : Mike Leigh M E T : Jim Broadbent, Allan Corduner, Timothy Spall, Kevin McKidd, Shirley Henderson In: 7 theaters Mike Leigh maakt rijk portret van leven en theater aan einde van de 19de eeuw Ontzag voor de suikerklont en de telefoon Door HANS BEEREKAMP
In de jaren tachtig van de 19de eeuw maakte Londen, het onbetwiste centrum van de wereld, kennis met vele nieuwe snufjes: de elektrische verlichting, de telefoon, de suikerklont, de waardering voor niet-westerse culturen en ook de regisseur. In zijn sublieme portret van de operette-auteurs W.S. Gilbert en Sir Arthur Sullivan, Topsy-Turvy , observeert Mike Leigh nauwgezet de onwennigheid, het ontzag en het wantrouwen waarmee al die innovaties tegemoet werden getreden. Betuigde Leigh zich in zijn eerdere films (waaronder Naked en Secrets and Lies Topsy-Turvy De grootste aandacht van Leigh gaat uiteraard naar het werk van de regisseurs Gilbert en Sullivan, die de opvoering van hun operettes (door henzelf opera's genoemd) vermoedelijk voor het eerst in de geschiedenis met strenge hand begeleidden. 'The king of topsy-turvy-dom' noemde een recensent van The Times Princess Ida The Mikado The Sorcerer , een noodgreep van het theater omdat er een gat in de programmering valt. En een flash-forward is hooguit dat op het moment dat Gilbert het idee krijgt, na een bezoek aan een Japanse tentoonstelling, om daar een operette over te schrijven, we meteen al fragmenten uit de kant-en-klare voorstelling te zien krijgen.

98. Joyce Country,
Gilbert, WS* A Portrait 454; FW 108.56 (1836 — 1911) Collaborator with EdmundDwyer* Grace 170; Finnegans Wake 214 (1845 — 88) Son of Sir John Gray
Joyce Country,
an alphabetical list of persons (real, present, absent or imagined) and the places that they inhabit (mostly Dublin)
pg G Division of the Dublin Metropolitan Police U Gabriel, Archangel* A Portrait Gahan, H.T. U 195 Participant in the Trinity Cycle Race. Joyce dropped the W. from W.H.T. Gahan Gaiety, the U FW Leah Galbraith, Mrs U 479 Gifford suggests that she may be a neighbor of Bloom but otherwise known only by context Galileo* U FW 251.25 Discoverer or refiner of the telescope Gallagher, Michael* U Gallagher, William U 182 Grocer at 4 North Strand road between Portland Row and the Royal Canal Gallaher, Ger U 181 Brother of Ignatius Gallaher Gallaher, Ignatius A Little Cloud U * 73 Based on Fred Gallaher Gallaher, Mrs Joe* U 367 Another of the Gallaher family from whom Joyce drew so many of his characters Galle, Johann Gottfried* U Galvani, Luigi* A Portrait Gamble, Major George Francis* U 89 Registrar and secretary of Mount Jerome Cemetery (q.v.) Gann, Joe*

99. The Life Of W.S. Gilbert
Gilbert and Sullivan Archive. The Life of W.S. Gilbert. by. Andrew Crowther of November, 1836, the son of William Gilbert (a retired his swansong, The Hooligan ( 1911). He wrote The To
Gilbert and Sullivan Archive
The Life of W.S. Gilbert
Andrew Crowther

William Schwenck Gilbert was born at 17 Southampton Street, Strand, London on the 18th of November, 1836, the son of William Gilbert (a retired naval surgeon) and Anne Gilbert. He had, or rather obtained, three younger sisters: Jane, Maud and Florence. He seems to have been interested in the theatre from an early age - he later recalled the Haymarket being lit by wax candles in the mid-1840s. He completed his education at King's College, London, and forwent the possibility of going on to Oxford in the attempt to join the Army and fight in Crimea. In the period 1857-66, he made abortive attempts at careers as Government clerk and barrister: however, he retreated out of both these professions as soon as he could. In 1861 or 1862 he started contributing drawings, prose and verse to the recently-established comic journal Fun . Among the products of this association were The Bab Ballads Uncle Baby was, as far as we know, his first professionally-performed play: it was produced at the Royal Lyceum Theatre in London on the 31st October 1863, but ran there for only seven weeks. David Eden suggests, without any concrete evidence to support the claim, that this play was written in collaboration with his father. His stage career went no further until December 1866, when both his burlesque Dulcamara and a pantomime

100. W.S. Gilbert Eulogy By H.L. Mencken
Mencken's eulogy of William S. Gilbert. Copy hosted by the Gilbert and Sullivan archive.
Gilbert and Sullivan Archive
The Passing of Gilbert
by H. L. Mencken From the Baltimore Evening Sun, May 30, 1911. How THE COMMON American conception of the English, as a stodgy and humorless folk, could so long withstand the fact of the Gilbert and Sullivan operas must ever remain one of the mysteries of international misunderstanding. Here, indeed, was wit that Aristophanes might have fathered; here was humor that Rabelais might have been proud to own. And yet it was the work of a thorough and unmitigated Englishman of William Schwenck Gilbert, to wit a man born in the heart of London, and one who seldom passed, in all his 75 years, out of hearing of Bow Bells. Gilbert died yesterday perhaps 15 years too late. His career really ended in 1896, when he and Sir Arthur Sullivan wrote "The Grand Duke", their last joint work. They had quarreled before and made up. Now they quarreled for good. Sullivan, searching about for a new partner, found that there was but one Gilbert. Basil Hood, Comyns Carr and Arthur Wing Pinero tried their hands and failed. And Gilbert himself, seeking a new Sullivan, learned that a new Sullivan was not be found. Edward German came nearest but "The Emerald Isle" was still miles from "The Mikado." The Gilbert and Sullivan partnership, in truth, was absolutely unique. One looks in vain for parallels. Beaumont and Fletcher, Meilhac and Halevy, the Goncourts these come to mind, but differences at once appear. Sullivan, without Gilbert, seemed to lose the gift of melody, and Gilbert, without Sullivan was parted from that exquisite humor which made him, even above Mark Twain, the merrymaker of his generation. The two men, working together for 15 years, found it impossible, after their separation, to work alone. Sullivan, cast adrift, took to the writing of oratorios and presently died. Gilbert settled down as a London magistrate and convulsed the world no longer.

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