Ruddigore (The Witches' Curse)By William S. Gilbert and Arthur S. Sullivan Item: 55-02294
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Ruddigore is a dark and haunting tale of dastardly deeds and gruesome ghosts whose evil plans get scuppered by a troupe of bridesmaids, a roguish sailor and a 'little book of etiquette'.
Titles: Fair Is Rose; Sir Rupert Murgatroyd; If Somebody There Chanced To Be; I Know A Youth; From The Briny Sea; I Shipp'd, D'ye See, In A Revenue Sloop; Hornpipe; My Boy, You May Take It From Me; The Battle's Roar Is Over; If Well His Suit Has Sped; In Sailing O'er Life's Ocean Wide; Cheerily Carols The Lark; Welcome, Gentry; Oh, Why Am I Moody And Sad?; You Understand? I Think I Do; Hail The Bride Of Seventeen Summers; When The Buds Are Blossoming; When I'm A Bad Bart, I Will Tell Taradiddles!; Oh, Happy The Lily; I Once Was As Meek; Happily Coupled Are We; In Bygone Days; Painted Emblems Of A Race; When The Night Wind Howls; He Yields, He Yields; For Thirty-Five Years I've Been Sober And Wary; Away, Remorse!; Henceforth All The Crimes; I Once Was A Very Abandoned Person; My Eyes Are Fully Open; Melodrame; There Grew A Little Flower.