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« Reply #45 on: October 09, 2012, 01:38:38 am »

I used to have a recording of "Three Jolly Sailormen" from "Princess", an old recording from near the time it was written with (I think) Henry Lytton singing the role he created of William Jelf, but it is long ago lost since I moved to Japan. I also once sang the number "It's a Pressing invitation that I bring", along with "From Rock to Rock" from "The Contrabandista" at a church concert, but that's the nearest I've got to hearing anything else from the opera. Maybe Naxos will follow up the recording of 'Tom Jones' with ones of "Kensington" and "Fallen Fairies". They have brought out a few good opera releases in recent years.
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