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Sorcerer Scores

You can purchase copies of Sorcerer scores from the following locations. They offer online, or at least e-mail, ordering, and shipment to anywhere in the world.

  • The Gilbert and Sullivan Archive Edition, including all the music from both the 1877 and 1884 versions, together with all the dialogue and comprehensive notes outlining the differences between the two versions and other variants in the text, is available from Lulu.
  • Chappells of Bond Street, now at 152-160 Wardour Street, carry the scores for all 13 G&S operas and are willing to ship them anywhere in the world. Their telephone number is +44(0) 20 7432 4400.
  • Note8 Music Typesetting and Publishing — specializing in Gilbert and Sullivan orchestra materials. Typeset conductor's scores and orchestra parts for Sorcerer, Princess Ida, and Cox and Box. Rental of manuscript orchestra parts for Pinafore, Patience, Iolanthe, Mikado, and Yeomen.
  • Opus 1 Music — Exclusive North American agents for rental of "The Newby Scores" of the 13 G&S operas. The arrangements are scored for as few as 12 or 13 instrumentalists (or as many as the music director cares to include) and still maintain a balanced, artistic accompaniment. The "The Newby Scores" have been used all over the English-speaking world.
  • SheetMusicPlusSheet Music Plus — The ultimate online sheet music source. They have over 366,000 titles to choose from, and you can order online. Single charge shipping of only $2.99 per order in the US. Click on the following links to go directly to their Sorcerer score sales pages:
      Kalmus Vocal Score   Vocal score published by Edwin F. Kalmus.
      Boosey & Hawkes Vocal Score  (Vocal Score). Boosey and Hawkes Stage Works. Size 8.5x11 inches. 137 pages. Published by Boosey & Hawkes.
      Full Score (Original Version, MS)  For full orchestra, solo voices, mixed chorus, chamber orchestra: 2, 1, 2, 1 - 2, 2, 2, 0, percussion, strings (, mixed choir. This edition: full score. Reprint source: Cramer, J. B. Published by Edwin F. Kalmus.
  • Tams-Witmark Music Library, Inc. - The Tams-Whitmark Music Library, which is located in New York City, has available the original D'Oyly Carte Orchestration for The Sorcerer.
  • WVD Press publishes a new edition of the conductor's score and orchestral parts of The Sorcerer.

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