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The Quaker Girl (revised version)

Emile Littler WHT, Lionel Monckton, Andrew Nicklin, Adrian Ross, James T. Tanner, Phillip Beeson, Percy Greenbank

Full Length Musical, Drama  /  8f, 8m

The Quaker Girl (revised version)
Freely adapted and arranged by Andrew Nicklin and Philip Beeson from the original musical The Quaker Girl by James T. Tanner, Adrian Ross, Percy Greenbank and Lionel Monckton

Retaining the story structure and most of Lionel Monckton's music, this skilful adaptation with a new orchestration has pared down the Acts from three to two and added three entirely new songs, while still preserving the charm and entertainment of th…

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Retaining the story structure and most of Lionel Monckton's music, this skilful adaptation with a new orchestration has pared down the Acts from three to two and added three entirely new songs, while still preserving the charm and entertainment of the popular original.

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  • Alcohol

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  • Time Period: 19th Century

Setting:

An English country village; on the way to Paris (frontcloth); La Maison Blum; Prince Carlo's private enclosure at Chantilly Racecourse; on the way from the races (frontcloth); the gardens of the Pré-Catalan Restaurant.

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8f, 8m
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  • Vocal Demands: Moderate
  • Orchestra Size: Large

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Authors

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Emile Littler WHT

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Lionel Monckton

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Andrew Nicklin

Adrian Ross

Arthur Reed Ropes , better known under the pseudonym ADRIAN ROSS, was a prolific writer of lyrics, contributing songs to more than sixty British musical comedies in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. He was the most important lyricist of the British stage during a career that spanned five decades. At a time whe ...

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James T. Tanner

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Phillip Beeson

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Percy Greenbank

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