Music LP : English. Similar Items. Recorded under the supervision of Bridget D'Oyly Carte. Automatic sequence. Libretto 32 pages --laid in container. Record 1. Side 1. Ring forth ye bells ; Constance my daughter ; Whea he is here ; The air is charged ; Time was when love and I were well acquainted ; Sir Marmaduke I my dear young friend ; Minvet ; With heart and with voice -- Record 2. Side 2. My kindly friends, Oh, happy young heart ; My child, I join in these congratulations ; With heart and with voice ; Welcome joy I adieu to sadness ; All is prepared ; Love feeds on many kinds of food ; My name is John Wellington Wells ; Incantation ; Finale ; Now to the banquet we press Pt.
Finale concl. Oh joy ; Thou hast the power -- Record 1. Side 4. I rejoice that it's decided ; Oh I have wrought much evil ; Alexis doubt me not ; Oh my voice is sad and low ; O joyous boon ; Alas that lovers thus should meet ; Oh! Home About Help Search. You may send this item to up to five recipients. The name field is required. Please enter your name. The E-mail message field is required.
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A witch-ride bridle is created by digging up a newly buried man and cutting a strip of skin from the length of his spine. This will be used for reins. Next, the dead man must be scalped, and the scalp will be used for the bridle. A spell also needs to be recited over it, and then the bridle is finished. It will then fly into the air with whomever is riding it, and fly faster than lightning wherever its rider wishes, creating a great whistling sound.
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Aba Daba Honey Moon. Emile Waldteufel. The Whistler and His Dog.1 Act I SCENE – Exterior of Sir Marmaduke's Elizabethan Mansion, clicgingwilciconne.landmanjeulolafordegumanfawave.co end of a large marquee, open, and showing a portion of a table covered with white cloth, on which are joints of meat, tea pots, cups, bread and butter, jam, etc.