Puneet Varma

The Merrie Men of Sherwood Forest

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First performance  1871
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The Merrie Men of Sherwood Forest, or Forest Days in the Olden Time is a pastoral operetta in three acts. The words and music were written by W. H. Birch and the work was published by John Blockley of Argyll Street, London.

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Performance history

In 1871 it was performed in concert by the Doncaster Musical Society, and then again in 1872. A critic noted the derivative nature of the work, remarking that it was "suggestive of others". As with many of Blockley's operettas, the work could be performed free of charge.

Roles

  • Robin Hood (tenor)
  • Marian (soprano)
  • Little John (bass)
  • Will Scarlet (baritone)
  • Friar Tuck (bass)
  • Much the Miller's son (tenor)
  • Holy Palmer (bass)
  • Sheriff of Nottingham (bass)
  • Chorus of maidens and foresters
  • References

    The Merrie Men of Sherwood Forest Wikipedia


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