First performance at the Prince of Wales Theatre in Birmingham, on 7 April 1919, before opening at the Prince's Theatre in London under the management of Frank Curzon on 19 April 1919 and transferring to the Palace Theatre on 29 July 1919, for a successful run.
|Duke of Winterset
|Marquis de Mirepoix
|Countess of Greenbury
||Vilet Russell Jerome
PROLOGUE — Monsieur Beaucaire's Lodgings in Bath (Early Evening)
- No. 1 Chorus: "Voyageur's Song"
- No. 2 Song (Beaucaire): "Red Rose"
- No. 3 Trio (Molyneaux, Beaucaire and Winterset) "Going to the Ball"
ACT I — Lady Rollerton's Ballroom (Same Evening)
- No. 4 Opening Chorus: "The Beaux and the Belles of Bath"
- No. 5 Duet (Lucy and Molyneaux): "A Little More"
- No. 6 Chorus: "Come with Welcome"... Song (Lady Mary): "I do not know" ... Chorus: "Who is this?" ... Song (Beaucaire): "English Maids"
- No. 7 Duet (Lady Mary and Beaucaire) "Lightly, Lightly"
- No. 8 Quartette (Molyneaux, Beaucaire, Badger and Winterset
- No. 9 Rose Minuet and Finale to Act I
ACT II — At Mr. Bantison's Park, outside Bath (Three weeks later)
- No. 10 Chorus and Dance: "Pastoral Fête"
- No. 11 Song (Beau Nash): "When I was King of Bath"
- No. 12 Song (Lucy): "That's a Woman's Way"
- No. 13 Song (Lady Mary): "Philomel"
- No. 14 Song (Molyneaux): "Honour and Love
- No. 15 Duet (Lady Mary and Beaucaire): "Say no more"
- No. 16 Finale to Act II
ACT III — Assembly Rooms at Bath (One week later)
- No. 17 Opening Chorus: "Have you heard?"
- No. 18 Sextette (Raskell, Townbrake, Joliffe, Badger, Bantison and Bicksitt):
"The Honours of War"
- No. 19 Duet (Lucy and Moluneaux): "We are not speaking now"
- No. 20 Song (Beaucaire): "Under the Moon"
- No. 21 Song (Lady Mary): "What are Names?"
- No. 22 Chorus: "Way for the Ambassador"
- No. 23 Song (Mirepoix): "A Son of France"
- No. 24 Finale to Act III
- Song (Beaucaire): "Gold and Blue and White"
- External Links
- Monsieur Beaucaire at Wikipedia
- Vocal Score at ISMLP.
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