Her Ladyship is a Comedy Opera in three acts, founded on an old play with book by Percy Greenbank and D. Langton, lyrics by Greenbank and music by Howard Talbot.
Performed for the first time by the Stock Exchange D. and O.S. at the Scala Theatre on 24 April 1928.
| THE MARQUIS DE BRÉVANCOURT
||Mr. Rex Joseph
| COMTE ARMAND DE PUISSAC
||Mr. Edward Shakespeare
| M. MIRADOUX
||Mr. Walter Leveaux
| BOBINOT Lackey to the Marquis
||Mr. Herbert Alexander
| ARISTIDE Steward to the Marquis
||Mr. A. H. Leveaux
| PIERRE A Peasant
||Mr. Harry Archer
| CACHEPOIRE An Apothecary
||Mr. Henry Lisser
|Daughters of M. Miradoux
||Miss Elsie Otley
Miss Joan Baumbach
| MME. BRIOCHE Landlady of "The Mermaid" Inn
||Miss Everell Spain
WEDDING GUESTS, SERVANTS, PEASANTS, ETC.
ACT I - The Garden of M. Miradoux's House.
- No. 1 - Introduction, Opening Chorus and Solo - "Oh, lucky the bride who happens to wed..."
- No. 2 - Song - Denise and Chorus - "When in the matrimonial pool..."
- No. 2a - Chorus - "Who is this we see? We've a shrewd suspicion..."
- No. 3 - Song - Marquis - "If summer skies were always blue..."
- No. 4 - Quintet - Josephine, Denise, Marquis, Comte, and Miradoux - "You'll kindly understand, Sir,..."
- No. 5 - Song - Josephine and Girls - "Oh, since first I could toddle I've had, as my model..."
- No. 6 - Trio - Marquis, Comte and Bobinot - "Now listen, worthy Bobinot..."
- No. 7 - Finale - Act I - "Comes the happy maiden, fair as any flow'r..."
ACT II - Scene I - Interior of Cottage on the Marquis's Estate.
ACT II - Scene II - Grand Hall in the Château of the Marquis.
ACT III - The Village Green at Brévancourt.
- External Link
- Howard Talbot at Wikipedia
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