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Gilbert and Sullivan Society · Exeter · Devon

Written by Leedham Bantock and P J Barrow

Lyrics by Percy Greenbank

Composed by Howard Talbot

Additional Numbers by Marie Horne

A Musical Play in Two Acts

First produced at the Queens Theatre, London on 24th October 1908

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    1911: Maidstone Operatic Society

    1911: Matlock Operatic Society

    1912: Brighton and Hove Operatic Society

    1914: Southend Operatic and Dramatic Society

    1919: Huddersfield Light Opera Company

    1921: Lancaster Amateur Dramatic and Operatic Society

    1926: Loughborough Amateur Operatic Society

    1929: Richmond Operatic Society

    1929: Walton and Weybridge Amateur Operatic Society

    1932: Lytham Amateur Operatic Society

    1933: Inverness Light Opera Company

    1946: Carpet Trades Operatic Society

     

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    Libretto of The Beauty Stone in the revised version by David Eden and Martin Yates..This version is copyright and
    MAY ONLY BE PERFORMED WITH PERMISSION.

     

    The Chappell edition of the vocal score of The Beauty Stone:-

     

      Eratta slip

     

      Act 1 Scene 1

     

      Act 1 Scene 2

     

      Act 2

     

      Act 3

     

    Numbers not included in the published vocal score. Arranged from the autograph manuscript score by Martin Yates.

     

      Number 2a (intro)

     

      Number 2a (full number)

     

      Number 5a

     

      Number 5b

     

      Number 7a

     

      Number 10a

     

      Number 13a

     

      Number 22a

     

      Number 23a

     

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