Trial by Jury


Writers: W.S. Gilbert Arthur Sullivan


  • 1. "Hark, the hour of ten is sounding" (Chorus) and "Now, Jurymen, hear my advice" (Usher)
  • 1a. "Is this the Court of the Exchequer?" (Defendant)
  • 2. "When first my old, old love I knew" (Defendant and Chorus) and "Silence in Court!" (Usher)
  • 3. "All hail great Judge!" (Chorus and Judge)
  • 4. "When I, good friends, was call'd to the Bar" (Judge and Chorus)
  • 5. "Swear thou the Jury" (Counsel, Usher) and "Oh will you swear by yonder skies" (Usher and Chorus)
  • 6. "Where is the Plaintiff?" (Counsel, Usher) and "Comes the broken flower" (Chorus of Bridesmaids and Plaintiff)
  • 7. "Oh, never, never, never, since I joined the human race" (Judge, Foreman, Chorus)
  • 8. "May it please you, my lud!" (Counsel for Plaintiff and Chorus)
  • 9. "That she is reeling is plain to see!" (Judge, Foreman, Plaintiff, Counsel, and Chorus)
  • 10. "Oh, gentlemen, listen, I pray" (Defendant and Chorus of Bridesmaids)
  • 11. "That seems a reasonable proposition" (Judge, Counsel, and Chorus)
  • 12. "A nice dilemma we have here" (Ensemble)
  • 13. "I love him, I love him, with fervour unceasing" (Plaintiff, Defendant and Chorus) and "The question, gentlemen, is one of liquor" (Judge and Ensemble)
  • 14. "Oh, joy unbounded, with wealth surrounded" (Ensemble)

A song with an asterisk (*) before the title indicates a dance number; a character listed in a song with an asterisk (*) by the character's name indicates that the character exclusively serves as a dancer in this song, which is sung by other characters.

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