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Act I, Scene 1
    Opening dialogue  
No. 1   DuetPatty & Jackson "To-day at eleven"
    Dialogue  
No. 2   SongWoodpecker "Maria is simple and chaste"
    Dialogue  
No. 3   Chorus & SoloMaguire "Ring-ye, joy bells"
    Dialogue  
Act I, Scene 2
    Dialogue  
No. 4   BalladBella "By dreams of ample profits lured"
No. 5   Recit. & Duet Bella & Woodpecker "I want a hat"
    Dialogue  
No. 6   Duet Cripps & Maguire "Gracious how I have been running"
    Dialogue  
Act II
    Dialogue  
No. 7   Song & DanceDuke "Oh, butcher, oh, baker"
    Dialogue  
No. 8   DuetMarchoness & Woodpecker "The slave of impulse I"
    Dialogue  
No. 9   Recit. & SongMaguire & Chorus "Now, Woodpecker, until you come"
    Dialogue  
No. 10   Finale Act II "Hurrah, for the bride"
Act III
No. 11   SongBunthunder "Though called upon I've never been"
    Dialogue  
No. 12   DuetWoodpecker & Bunthunder "Your pardon sir"
    Dialogue  
No. 13   SongMaguire & Chorus "If you value a peaceable life"
No. 14   DuetWoodpecker & Bunthunder "I've come across hats"
    Dialogue  
No. 15   Finale "So sir, I've found you out at last"


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