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The Gondoliers [sound recording]

by W. S Gilbert (Librettist), Arthur Sullivan (Composer)

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When this performance was recorded in London, March 1950, rationing was still in force in many parts of Britain. One thing was flowing in abundance, and that was fine singing. It is startling to open-up this recording and savour it like a fine wine -- and while we're at it, let us take due of the publisher HNH-Naxos, who here, as in many other endeavours fully lives up to it announced purpose of "Restoring the treasures of the past to their former glory".
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Gilbert, W. SLibrettistprimary authorall editionsconfirmed
Sullivan, ArthurComposermain authorall editionsconfirmed
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