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Gilbert and Sullivan: The Grand Duke - The D'Oyly Carte Opera Company, Royston Nash - Decca SKL5239/40

£9.99

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Gilbert and Sullivan: The Grand Duke - The D'Oyly Carte Opera Company, Royston Nash

Decca SKL5239/40 (2x stereo 12" vinyl in Gatefold sleeve)

A1a Overture

Act 1 (Start)
A1b Won't It Be A Pretty Wedding / Pretty Lisa, Fair And Tasty
A1c By The Mystic Revelation
A1d Wer I A King In Very Truth
A1e How Would I Play This Part
A1f My Goodness Me! What Shall I Do? / Ten Minutes Since I Met A Chap
A1g About A Century Since
A1h Strange The Views Some People Hold
A1i Now Take A Card And Gaily Sing

Act 1 (Concl.)
B1a The Good Grand Duke / A Pattern To Prefesseors Of Monarchical Autonomy
B1b As O'er Our Penny Roll We Sing
B1c When You Find You're A Broken-Down Critter
B1d Finale : Come Hither All You People

Act 2 (Start)
C1a As Before You Will Defile
C1b Your Loyalty Our Ducal Heart-Strings Touches / At The Outset I May Mention
C1c Yes, Ludwig And His Julia Are Mated / Take Care Of Him
C1d Now Julia, Come, Consider It From
C1e Your Highness, There's A Party At The Door / With Fury Undescribable I Burn
C1f Now Away To The Wedding We Go
C1g So Ends My Dream / Broken Ev'ry Promise Plighted

Act 2 (Concl.)
D1a If The Light Of Love's Lingering Ember
D1b Come Bumper's-Aye-Ever-So-Many
D2a Why, Who Is This Approaching?
D2b The Prince Of Monte Carlo
D2c His Highness, We Know Not
D2d We're Rigged Out In Magnificent Array
D2e Dance
D2f Take My Advice When Deep In Debt
D2g Hurra! Now Away To The Wedding / Well, You're A Pretty Kind Of Fellow
D2h Finale : Happy Couples, Lightly Treading

Both vinyls are in very good to excellent order showing minimal signs of use on both sides. The gatefold sleeve is mostly in very good order, however the gluing on the upper left inner rim of the gatefold has worn away, there is no notable damage to the sleeve however the rim would need to be reglued.

All records are graded visually to RRPG grades (record/sleeve). We recommend the vinyls are cleaned by a professional in order to maximise the sound quality.

Item details

Condition:
Excellent
Genre:
Classical, opera & popera
Label:
Decca
Sleeve condition:
Very good

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Gilbert and Sullivan: The Grand Duke - The D'Oyly Carte Opera Company, Royston Nash

Decca SKL5239/40 (2x stereo 12" vinyl in Gatefold sleeve)

A1a Overture

Act 1 (Start)
A1b Won't It Be A Pretty Wedding / Pretty Lisa, Fair And Tasty
A1c By The Mystic Revelation
A1d Wer I A King In Very Truth
A1e How Would I Play This Part
A1f My Goodness Me! What Shall I Do? / Ten Minutes Since I Met A Chap
A1g About A Century Since
A1h Strange The Views Some People Hold
A1i Now Take A Card And Gaily Sing

Act 1 (Concl.)
B1a The Good Grand Duke / A Pattern To Prefesseors Of Monarchical Autonomy
B1b As O'er Our Penny Roll We Sing
B1c When You Find You're A Broken-Down Critter
B1d Finale : Come Hither All You People

Act 2 (Start)
C1a As Before You Will Defile
C1b Your Loyalty Our Ducal Heart-Strings Touches / At The Outset I May Mention
C1c Yes, Ludwig And His Julia Are Mated / Take Care Of Him
C1d Now Julia, Come, Consider It From
C1e Your Highness, There's A Party At The Door / With Fury Undescribable I Burn
C1f Now Away To The Wedding We Go
C1g So Ends My Dream / Broken Ev'ry Promise Plighted

Act 2 (Concl.)
D1a If The Light Of Love's Lingering Ember
D1b Come Bumper's-Aye-Ever-So-Many
D2a Why, Who Is This Approaching?
D2b The Prince Of Monte Carlo
D2c His Highness, We Know Not
D2d We're Rigged Out In Magnificent Array
D2e Dance
D2f Take My Advice When Deep In Debt
D2g Hurra! Now Away To The Wedding / Well, You're A Pretty Kind Of Fellow
D2h Finale : Happy Couples, Lightly Treading

Both vinyls are in very good to excellent order showing minimal signs of use on both sides. The gatefold sleeve is mostly in very good order, however the gluing on the upper left inner rim of the gatefold has worn away, there is no notable damage to the sleeve however the rim would need to be reglued.

All records are graded visually to RRPG grades (record/sleeve). We recommend the vinyls are cleaned by a professional in order to maximise the sound quality.

Condition:
Excellent
Genre:
Classical, opera & popera
Label:
Decca
Sleeve condition:
Very good

Delivery & returns

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