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The Filibuster is a comic opera with book and lyrics by John P. Wilson and music by William Loraine first produced by the Bank Officers Association of Boston, Mass., at the Tremont Street Theatre in 1904.

Dramatis Personæ

CAPTAIN MARMALADE SCUTTLE, of the Revolutionary Steamer, Edwin S. Drowne
  "La Libertad"  
LIEUT. FRANCIS SEABROOKE, Executive officer on the same vessel Charles W. Cole
GENERAL BUSTERMONTE Y CABRILLO Y GONZALES Frank B. Lawlor
  a Professional Revolutionist  
Professional Bravos:  
  PIZZARO
CORTEZ
Waldo Glidden
Harry C. Johnson
GATLING, An old gunner without whom no Revolutionary expedition  
  is complete  
JACK FEATHERBRAIN, A Volunteer F. E. Winslow
CAPTAIN TAMALES Y ENCHILADA, An Insurgent Eugene W. Wright
SILAS FOSDICK, An American Capitalist T. A. Ashley
SENOR DON BASSILLIO, A Local Poet Wilton Slade
LANDLORD OF "PEAU D'ESPAGNE" INN Stephen A. White
LIEUT. DOMINGO MATOS, First Officer of the Revolutionary Forces T. A. Ashley
LIEUT. SANTOS SANTOS AJURANDITE, Second Officer of the H. M. Dewey
  Revolutionary Forces  
CAPTAIN SALVATORE GARCIA, Opposition Officer of the Opp. Forces Harold A. Yeames
HETTY, Gatling's Daughter Ralph W. Cushman
Dolly's Friends  
  CELIA
HYACINTHE
ROSALIE
Charles C. Dasey
William F. Spinney
Lloyd C. Weare
DONNA DOLORES, Landlord's Daughter J. J. Dooley
Spanish Girls in Act II  
  INEZ
YVONNE
MARIA
W. C. Burbank
Wilton Slade
M. R. Medding
DOLLY DASHINGTON, A Young Lady with a Taste for Adventure Henry D. Gardner

MIDI Files

ACT I   -   Bay of San Francisco.

ACT II   -   City of Concarne, South America.

ACT III   -   Coronada Beach, California.

MIDI files copyright © 2008 Colin Johnson   All Rights Reserved

External Link
Vocal Score at IMSLP

American Musical Theatre

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