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The Viceroy is a comic opera in three acts with book and lyrics by Harry B. Smith and music by Victor Herbert. It was produced at the Knickerbocker Theatre, New York, on 30 April 1900.

Dramatis Personæ

THE VICEROY OF SICILY Henry Clay Barnabee
CORLEONE, Captain of Militia William H. Macdonald
BASTROCO, Sergeant of Militia George B. Frothingham
BARABINO, Minister of Police W. H. Fitzgerald
LUIGI, a fisherman Frederick Knights
RUFFINO, a jailor John Dunsmure
TIVOLINI, a pirate chieftain Helen Bertram
FIORETTA, the Viceroy's daughter Marcia Van Dresser
BEATRICE, for whose hand the Viceroy and Tivolini are rivals Grace Cameron
ORTENSIA, wife of Bastroco Josephine Bartlett
STILETTO
VERMICELLI
SPAGHETTI
MACARONI
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Tivolini's men {
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Harry Dale
Adam Warmuth
David White
James E. Miller
WAITRESS Edith Hendee
1st. CITIZEN Arthur Ernest
2nd. CITIZEN Henry Miller

MIDI Files

ACT I   -   The Lido, the public promenade on the sea wall, Palermo.

ACT II   -   A Public Square in Palermo.

ACT III   -   The Pirate's Cave.

MIDI Files copyright © 2006 Colin Johnson   All Rights Reserved


External Link
Vocal Score at IMSLP

American Musical Theatre

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