Victor Herbert

Old Dutch (1909)

A Musical Comedy in Two Acts

Music by Victor Herbert

Lyrics by George V. Hobart
Book adapted from the German by Edgar Smith

COD07P-1M   OLD DUTCH Musical Comedy in 2 Acts, music only.....$15
Concert performance, with dialog or music only. 2 piano accomp.

Old Dutch
Act I Exterior of the “Hotel Schoenwald” in the Tyrol. Time – Morning

Track 1 Overture............................................................................. The Pianos
Track 2 Opening Chorus Act I....................................................... Ensemble
Track 3 Algy.................................................................................... Algernon Clymber
Track 4 ‘U’ Dearie........................................................................... Liza and Alfred
Track 5 Entrance of Streusand and Children............................... The Pianos
Track 6 Rich Man, Poor Man........................................................ Ensemble
Track 7 Finale Act I........................................................................ Ensemble

Track 8 Entr’Acte............................................................................ The Pianos

Act II Scene I: The Palm Garden of the “Hotel Schoenwald” – evening
Scene II: The Corridor on the second floor of the Hotel – night

Track 9 Opening Chorus Act II..................................................... Ensemble
Track 10 That is Love......................................................................Alfred
Track 11 Fantastic Dance............................................................... The Pianos
Track 12 Russian Duo.................................................................... Alan and Olga
Track 13 Russian Dance................................................................. The Pianos
Track 14 I Want a Man to Love Me............................................... Liza and Chorus
Track 15 I Love Ze Parisienne........................................................ Cusinier
Track 16 Pretending....................................................................... Mueller and Alma
Track 17 End of Scene I (Czardas)................................................Ensemble
Track 18 My Gypsy Sweetheart......................................................Liza and Chorus
Track 19 Mrs. Grundy.....................................................................Mrs. Bomberg
Track 20 Finale “Honor The Brave” March...................................Ensemble

Appendix:
Track 21 If Ever You Want a Favor (Mention Me).........................Ludwig Streusand
Track 22 Sweet Wireless Whispers................................................. Alfred

Cast

Ludwig Streusand, known as “Old Dutch”......................................Jacob Mondry
Liza Streusand.................................................................................. Elizabeth Mihalo
Mr. Franz Bomberg...........................................................................Seth Gilman
Mrs. Rosa Bomberg.......................................................................... Marla Bentley
Alfred Bomberg................................................................................ David Troiano
Leopold Mueller............................................................................... Dennis Eagle
Alma Villianyi................................................................................... Katya Powder
Hon. Algernon Clymber................................................................... Austin Stewart
Joseph Cusinier................................................................................ Seth Gilman
Alan, a telegraph messenger............................................................ Dennis Eagle
Olga, his wife.................................................................................... Kirsten Kunkle

Adam Aceto & Patrick Johnson at the two pianos

Ensemble
Kimberly Dolanski, Laura Kempa, Kirsten Kunkle, Elizabeth Mihalo, Diane McEwen-Martin, Marla Bentley, Christina Gurne, Katya Powder, Austin Stewart, Jacob Mondry, David Troiano, Dennis Eagle, Seth Gilman, David Hunt, Tom Petiet, Don Regan

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