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Sir Arthur Sullivan

May 13, 1842 - November 22, 1900
born in London, England, composed during the Romantic period
Known in his own time for his serious music as well as for the comic operas that have survived until our own day, English composer Arthur Seymour Sullivan was born in Lambeth, South London; the son of a bandmaster, he was encouraged to pursue his musical talent from an early age. He learned the wind instruments of his father's band and joined the choir of the Chapel Royal. At 14, he won the Mendelssohn Scholarship at the Royal Academy, and in 1858 he went to study in Leipzig, where his teachers included Ignaz Moscheles and Julius Rietz.

In 1861, Sullivan began to make an impact on the London music scene. His music to Shakespeare's The Tempest was performed at the Crystal Palace winter concerts in 1862; the following year he published six Shakespeare songs. In 1864, Sullivan became the organist at Covent Garden, where his ballet L'île enchantée had its premiere.

In 1867, he collaborated with F.C. Burnand on two operettas, Cox and Box and The Contrabandista. Five years later, he worked for the first time with W.S. Gilbert when they jointly created the light opera Thespis for the Gaiety Theatre. The piece was moderately successful, but not enough for its creators to continue working together immediately. In 1875, however, the theater manager Richard D'Oyly Carte reunited the to compose an afterpiece for a production of Offenbach's La Périchole. The result was Trial By Jury, a brief satire of the judicial process, featuring Sullivan's brother, Fred, in the lead. The afterpiece proved so successful that this time the partnership continued. In 1877, their full-length opera The Sorcerer premiered under Carte's auspices at the Opera Comique, followed by H.M.S. Pinafore in 1878. Pinafore proved wildly popular, solidifying a three-way partnership of Sullivan, Gilbert, and Carte that resulted in eight more operettas before a quarrel broke up the team. After a reconciliation, Gilbert and Sullivan wrote two more operas, Utopia Ltd. (1893) and The Grand Duke (1896), but these failed to catch on and the partnership ended permanently. During the run of Patience (1881), Carte moved his company from the Opera Comique to the Savoy; from then on, Gilbert and Sullivan's operas became collectively known as Savoy Operas. In these operas, Sullivan's unerring sense of musical parody, with targets ranging from Handel to Verdi, perfectly matched Gilbert's witty social satire.

While Sullivan is known today for his partnership with Gilbert, he was active in other compositional forms throughout his career. One of his best known compositions in his day was The Lost Chord (1877), a song to a text by Adelaide Proctor written at the time of Fred Sullivan's untimely death. Sullivan was acclaimed for his oratorios, including The Prodigal Son (1869), and hymns, of which "Onward, Christian Soldiers" (1871) was and remains particularly popular. An "Irish" Symphony in E minor is sometimes still performed. Sullivan also composed operettas with librettists other than Gilbert; these include Haddon Hall (1892) with Sydney Grundy and The Rose of Persia (1900) with Basil Hood. In 1883, Queen Victoria rewarded Sullivan for his contributions to English music with a knighthood.

Sullivan's dearest ambition was to compose grand opera. Carte, wishing to establish an English opera tradition, built the English Opera House, and here Sullivan's opera Ivanhoe, to a libretto by Julian Sturgis, premiered in 1891. The opera failed and remained Sullivan's only attempt at grand opera.

Sullivan never married, but in the 1860s or 1870s he met Mary Frances (Fanny) Ronalds, an American-born woman separated from her husband who eventually settled in London. Mrs. Ronalds, who mixed in the same aristocratic and artistic circles as Sullivan, never divorced her husband but carried on a discreet relationship with Sullivan until his death in London on November 22, 1900. ~ Roberta Klarreich, Rovi
full bio

Selected Discography

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Track List: Here's A Howdy Do

Title: H. M. S. Pinafore (The Lass That Loved A Sailor), Operetta

1. H. M. S. Pinafore (The Lass That Loved A Sailor), Operetta: A British Tar

Title: The Mikado (The Town Of Titipu), Operetta

2. The Mikado (The Town Of Titipu), Operetta: The Mikado: The Sun Whose Rays

Title: The Gondoliers (The King Of Barataria), Operetta

3. The Gondoliers (The King Of Barataria), Operetta: The Gondoliers

Title: Ruddigore (The Witch's Curse), Operetta

4. Ruddigore (The Witch's Curse), Operetta: Ruddigore

Title: The Pirates Of Penzance, Operetta

5. The Pirates Of Penzance, Operetta: Ah, Leave Me Not Pine Alone And Desolate

Title: The Mikado (The Town Of Titipu), Operetta

6. The Mikado (The Town Of Titipu), Operetta: A Wand'ring Minstrell I

Title: The Pirates Of Penzance, Operetta

7. The Pirates Of Penzance, Operetta: The Pirate King

Title: The Mikado (The Town Of Titipu), Operetta

8. The Mikado (The Town Of Titipu), Operetta: Tit Willow

Title: The Pirates Of Penzance, Operetta

9. The Pirates Of Penzance, Operetta: With Catlike Tread

Title: The Mikado (The Town Of Titipu), Operetta

10. The Mikado (The Town Of Titipu), Operetta: Brightly Dawns Our Wedding Day

11. The Mikado (The Town Of Titipu), Operetta: A More Humane Mikado Never Did In Japan Exist

Title: The Gondoliers (The King Of Barataria), Operetta

12. The Gondoliers (The King Of Barataria), Operetta: Rising Early In The Morning

Title: Work(s)

13. Work(s): Gilbert & Sullivan Medley

Title: Patter Matter (a Patter-song Medley), For Voices

14. Patter Matter (a Patter-song Medley), For Voices: Patter Matter

Title: The Mikado (The Town Of Titipu), Operetta

15. The Mikado (The Town Of Titipu), Operetta: Here's A How-de-do! If I Marry You

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Track List: Gilbert & Sullivan - The Mikado / WNO · Mackerras

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Track List: Gilbert & Sullivan: Greatest Hits

1. The Mikado (The Town Of Titipu), Operetta: Overture

2. The Mikado (The Town Of Titipu), Operetta: Three Little Maids From School Are We

3. The Mikado (The Town Of Titipu), Operetta: A Wand'ring Minstrell I

4. The Mikado (The Town Of Titipu), Operetta: On A Tree By A River, A Little Tom-tit Sang, "Willow, Tit-willow

5. The Mikado (The Town Of Titipu), Operetta: Behold The Lord High Executioner

6. The Mikado (The Town Of Titipu), Operetta: As Some Day It May Happen ("The List Song")

7. The Mikado (The Town Of Titipu), Operetta: Here's A How-de-do! If I Marry You

8. The Mikado (The Town Of Titipu), Operetta: The Flowers That Bloom In The Spring

9. The Mikado (The Town Of Titipu), Operetta: There Is Beauty In The Bellow Of The Blast

10. The Mikado (The Town Of Titipu), Operetta: For He's Gone And Married Yum-yum

Title: H. M. S. Pinafore (The Lass That Loved A Sailor), Operetta

11. H. M. S. Pinafore (The Lass That Loved A Sailor), Operetta: When I Was A Lad

12. H. M. S. Pinafore (The Lass That Loved A Sailor), Operetta: I'm Called Little Buttercup

13. H. M. S. Pinafore (The Lass That Loved A Sailor), Operetta: Never Mind The Why And Wherefore

14. H. M. S. Pinafore (The Lass That Loved A Sailor), Operetta: We Sail The Ocean Blue

15. H. M. S. Pinafore (The Lass That Loved A Sailor), Operetta: My Gallant Crew

Title: The Yeomen Of The Guard (The Merryman And His Maid), Operetta

16. The Yeomen Of The Guard (The Merryman And His Maid), Operetta: I Have A Song To Sing, O!

Title: The Pirates Of Penzance, Operetta

17. The Pirates Of Penzance, Operetta: Overture

18. The Pirates Of Penzance, Operetta: With Catlike Tread

19. The Pirates Of Penzance, Operetta: Poor Wand'ring One!

20. The Pirates Of Penzance, Operetta: I Am The Very Model Of A Modern Major-general

21. The Pirates Of Penzance, Operetta: When The Foeman Bares His Steel

22. The Pirates Of Penzance, Operetta: When A Felon's Not Engaged In His Employment

Title: Iolanthe (The Peer And The Peri), Operetta

23. Iolanthe (The Peer And The Peri), Operetta: Loudly Let The Trumpet Bray

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Track List: Gilbert & Sullivan: HMS Pinafore (Highlights)

Title: H. M. S. Pinafore (The Lass That Loved A Sailor), Operetta
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Track List: Gilbert & Sullivan: The Pirates Of Penzance

Disc 1
Title: The Pirates Of Penzance, Operetta

1. The Pirates Of Penzance, Operetta: Overture

2. The Pirates Of Penzance, Operetta: Pour, Oh Pour The Pirate Sherry

3. The Pirates Of Penzance, Operetta: When Fred'ric Was A Little Lad

4. The Pirates Of Penzance, Operetta: Oh, Better To Live And Die

5. The Pirates Of Penzance, Operetta: Oh, False One, You Have Deceived Me

6. The Pirates Of Penzance, Operetta: Climbing Over Rocky Mountain

7. The Pirates Of Penzance, Operetta: Stop! Ladies, Pray! A Man!

8. The Pirates Of Penzance, Operetta: Oh, Is There Not One Maiden Breast

9. The Pirates Of Penzance, Operetta: Oh, Sisters, Deaf To Pity's Name, For Shame!

10. The Pirates Of Penzance, Operetta: Poor Wand'ring One!

11. The Pirates Of Penzance, Operetta: What Ought We To Do, Gentle Sisters, Say?

12. The Pirates Of Penzance, Operetta: How Beautifully Blue The Sky

13. The Pirates Of Penzance, Operetta: Stay, We Must Not Lose Our Senses

14. The Pirates Of Penzance, Operetta: Hold, Monsters!

15. The Pirates Of Penzance, Operetta: I Am The Very Model Of A Modern Major-general

Disc 2

1. The Pirates Of Penzance, Operetta: Oh, Men Of Dark And Dismal Fate

2. The Pirates Of Penzance, Operetta: Hail Poetry, Thou Heav'n Born Maid!

3. The Pirates Of Penzance, Operetta: You May Go, For You're At Liberty

4. The Pirates Of Penzance, Operetta: Pray Observe The Magnanimity

5. The Pirates Of Penzance, Operetta: Oh, Dry The Glist'ning Tear

6. The Pirates Of Penzance, Operetta: Then Frederic

7. The Pirates Of Penzance, Operetta: When The Foeman Bares His Steel

8. The Pirates Of Penzance, Operetta: Now For The Pirates Lair!

9. The Pirates Of Penzance, Operetta: When You Had Left Our Pirate Fold

10. The Pirates Of Penzance, Operetta: Away, Away, My Heart's On Fire

11. The Pirates Of Penzance, Operetta: All Is Prepared

12. The Pirates Of Penzance, Operetta: Stay, Fred'ric Stay!

13. The Pirates Of Penzance, Operetta: Ah, Leave Me Not Pine Alone And Desolate

14. The Pirates Of Penzance, Operetta: Oh, Here Is Love And Here Is Truth

15. The Pirates Of Penzance, Operetta: No, I'll Be Brave

16. The Pirates Of Penzance, Operetta: Sergeant Approach

17. The Pirates Of Penzance, Operetta: When A Felon's Not Engaged In His Employment

18. The Pirates Of Penzance, Operetta: A Rollicking Band Of Pirates We

19. The Pirates Of Penzance, Operetta: With Catlike Tread

20. The Pirates Of Penzance, Operetta: Hush! Hush! Not A Word

21. The Pirates Of Penzance, Operetta: Sighing Softly To The River

22. The Pirates Of Penzance, Operetta: Now What Is This, And What Is That

23. The Pirates Of Penzance, Operetta: We Triumph Now

24. The Pirates Of Penzance, Operetta: Away With Them, And Place Them At The Bar

25. The Pirates Of Penzance, Operetta: Poor Wand'ring Ones, Though Ye Have Surely Strayed

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Track List: Haddon Hall - Arthur Sullivan

Disc 1
Title: Haddon Hall, Operetta

1. Haddon Hall, Operetta: Introduction (Chorus) - Ye Stately Homes Of England

2. Haddon Hall, Operetta: To-day, It Is A Festal Time

3. Haddon Hall, Operetta: But Midst Our Jubilation - 'Twas A Dear Little Dormouse

4. Haddon Hall, Operetta: Hail To The Lord Of Haddon

5. Haddon Hall, Operetta: Welcome, I Bid Ye Welcome - When The Budding Bloom Of May

6. Haddon Hall, Operetta: Nay, Father Dear

7. Haddon Hall, Operetta: Mother, Dearest Mother

8. Haddon Hall, Operetta: Ribbons To Sell - Come, Simples And Gentles

9. Haddon Hall, Operetta: The Sun's In The Sky

10. Haddon Hall, Operetta: My Mistress Comes

11. Haddon Hall, Operetta: Oh Tell Me What Is A Maid To Say

12. Haddon Hall, Operetta: Red Of The Rosebud

13. Haddon Hall, Operetta: Down With Princes

14. Haddon Hall, Operetta: I've Heard It Said

15. Haddon Hall, Operetta: Scene (Company) - The Bonny Bridegroom Comes

16. Haddon Hall, Operetta: When I Was But A Little Lad

17. Haddon Hall, Operetta: Hail, Cousin Rupert

18. Haddon Hall, Operetta: When, Yestereve, I Knelt To Pray

19. Haddon Hall, Operetta: Father, Forgive!

20. Haddon Hall, Operetta: Solo (Manners) - The Earth Is Fair

21. Haddon Hall, Operetta: Sweetly The Morn Doth Break

Disc 2

1. Haddon Hall, Operetta: Introduction And Chorus Of Puritans - Hoarsely The Wind Is Howling

2. Haddon Hall, Operetta: My Name It Is Mccrankie

3. Haddon Hall, Operetta: There's No One By

4. Haddon Hall, Operetta: Hoity-toity, What's A Kiss

5. Haddon Hall, Operetta: Quartette - The West Wind Howls

6. Haddon Hall, Operetta: Storm

7. Haddon Hall, Operetta: Recit & Song - Silence All! Attend Your Host! - In Days Of Old

8. Haddon Hall, Operetta: Scene (Company) Eloped! Eloped

9. Haddon Hall, Operetta: We Were Sheltering All

10. Haddon Hall, Operetta: In Vain They Will Blunder

11. Haddon Hall, Operetta: Opening Chorus - Our Heads We Bow

12. Haddon Hall, Operetta: Queen Of The Garden

13. Haddon Hall, Operetta: Alone - Alone!

14. Haddon Hall, Operetta: Bride Of My Youth

15. Haddon Hall, Operetta: In Frill And Feather

16. Haddon Hall, Operetta: Good General Monk

17. Haddon Hall, Operetta: We Have Thought The Matter Out

18. Haddon Hall, Operetta: Hech, Mon! Hech, Mon! It Gars Me Greet

19. Haddon Hall, Operetta: Ensemble (Company) - Hark! The Cannon!

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Track List: Sullivan - The Golden Legend / J. Watson · Rigby · Wilde · J. Black · Corp

Disc 1
Title: The Golden Legend, Cantata For Chorus & Orchestra

1. The Golden Legend, Cantata For Chorus & Orchestra: Prologue

2. The Golden Legend, Cantata For Chorus & Orchestra: Nocte Surgentes

3. The Golden Legend, Cantata For Chorus & Orchestra: Scene 1.

4. The Golden Legend, Cantata For Chorus & Orchestra: Scene 1.: "I Cannot Sleep"

5. The Golden Legend, Cantata For Chorus & Orchestra: Scene 1.: "All Haie, Prince Henry"

6. The Golden Legend, Cantata For Chorus & Orchestra: Scene 1.: "Behold It Here"

7. The Golden Legend, Cantata For Chorus & Orchestra: Scene 1.: "Drink, Drink, And Thy Soul Shall Sink"

8. The Golden Legend, Cantata For Chorus & Orchestra: Scene 2.

9. The Golden Legend, Cantata For Chorus & Orchestra: Scene 2.: "Slowly, Slowly Up The Wall"

10. The Golden Legend, Cantata For Chorus & Orchestra: Scene 2.: Evening Hymn

11. The Golden Legend, Cantata For Chorus & Orchestra: Scene 2.: "Who Was It Said 'Amen'?"

12. The Golden Legend, Cantata For Chorus & Orchestra: Scene 2.: "I Heard Him Call"

13. The Golden Legend, Cantata For Chorus & Orchestra: Scene 2.: "My Redeemer And My Lord"

14. The Golden Legend, Cantata For Chorus & Orchestra: Scene 2.: "My Life Is Little"

15. The Golden Legend, Cantata For Chorus & Orchestra: Scene 3.: "Onward And Onward"

16. The Golden Legend, Cantata For Chorus & Orchestra: Scene 3.: "Here Am I Too"

17. The Golden Legend, Cantata For Chorus & Orchestra: Scene 3.: "It Is The Sea"

18. The Golden Legend, Cantata For Chorus & Orchestra: Scene 3.: "The Night Is Calm And Cloudless"

Disc 2

1. The Golden Legend, Cantata For Chorus & Orchestra: My Guests Approach

2. The Golden Legend, Cantata For Chorus & Orchestra: XX. Prince Henry Enters

3. The Golden Legend, Cantata For Chorus & Orchestra: XXI. O Pure In Heart

4. The Golden Legend, Cantata For Chorus & Orchestra: XXII. Weep Not, My Friends

5. The Golden Legend, Cantata For Chorus & Orchestra: XXIII. Come With Me, This Way

6. The Golden Legend, Cantata For Chorus & Orchestra: XXIV. Scene 5

7. The Golden Legend, Cantata For Chorus & Orchestra: XXV. Virgin, Who Lovest The Poor

8. The Golden Legend, Cantata For Chorus & Orchestra: XXVI. Scene 6

9. The Golden Legend, Cantata For Chorus & Orchestra: XXVII. We Are Alone

10. The Golden Legend, Cantata For Chorus & Orchestra: XXVIII. Dear Elise

11. The Golden Legend, Cantata For Chorus & Orchestra: XXIX. In Life's Delight

12. The Golden Legend, Cantata For Chorus & Orchestra: XXX. Choral Epilogue

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Track List: The Gilbert And Sullivan Overtures

1. Cox And Box (The Long-Lost Brothers), Operetta: Cox And Box

2. The Sorcerer, Operetta: The Sorcerer

3. H. M. S. Pinafore (The Lass That Loved A Sailor), Operetta: Hms Pinafore

4. The Pirates Of Penzance, Operetta: Overture

5. Patience (Bunthorne's Bride), Operetta: Patience

6. Iolanthe (The Peer And The Peri), Operetta: Iolanthe

7. Princess Ida (Castle Adamant), Operetta: Princess Ida

8. The Mikado (The Town Of Titipu), Operetta: The Mikado

9. Ruddigore (The Witch's Curse), Operetta: Ruddigore

10. The Yeomen Of The Guard (The Merryman And His Maid), Operetta: The Yeomen Of The Guard

11. The Gondoliers (The King Of Barataria), Operetta: The Gondoliers

12. Grand Duke (The Statutory Duel), Operetta: The Grand Duke

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Great composition, very listenable. Bravo!
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So glad Pandora plays this wonderful music once in a while ~ MORE is better Pandora!!
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Let's get the rest of the 13 G&S operettas on Pandora. I'm a dedicated Savoyard.
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Thank Goodness for G & S I've been listening since I was in my cradle. As an old techie, I've worked a lot of productions with civic theater groups in the states, Canada ant the U.K. now I've got Pandora to feed my yen again and again!
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I've loved G & S since I was a child --wonderful to hear
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Rollicking good music!
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yes, since I was a kid at City Center.
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Love it, It almost has a Italion sound, Its just shameful that schools don't teach this great stuff. Thanx..
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Very good.
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Loved since I was a kid
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Favorite of my deceased parents,his bio and how The Lost Chord came to be written have also cemented a favorite place in my heart, can listen all day
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"...Richard D'Oyly Carte reunited the to compose an afterpiece.. . " should be "...Richard D'Oyly Carte reunited the two to compose an afterpiece.. . " .

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