Definition of Gilbert and Sullivan
1. Noun. The music of Gilbert and Sullivan. "He could sing all of Gilbert and Sullivan"
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Literary usage of Gilbert and Sullivan
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Living Age by Making of America Project, Eliakim Littell, Robert S. Littell (1844)
"—MC A Gilbert and Sullivan ... $'•75- TT WOULD perhaps be curmudgeonly, in face of the actual existence of a Gilbert and Sullivan Dictionary, to gainsay its ..."
2. Readers' Guide to Periodical Literature by H.W. Wilson Company (1914)
"Gilbert and Sullivan, and their operas, by F. Cellier and C. Bridgeman. Review. Dial. 57: 291-3. O. 16, 44. Ph. D., a suggestion for. Nation. 98: 2SS. ..."
3. Writing of Today: Models of Journalistic Prose by John William Cunliffe, Gerhard Richard Lomer (1915)
"In the present case one capture, and of Napoleon's attempt to 5 IV may reasonably doubt that an audience Gilbert and Sullivan will take note of this music ..."
4. Grove's Dictionary of Music and Musicians by George Grove (1908)
"The reconcilement of the Savoy differences was a matter of national rejoicing, and on Oct. 7, 1893, the next Gilbert and Sullivan opera was seen, ..."
5. The English Stage: Being an Account of the Victorian Drama by Pierre Marie Augustin Filon, Augustin Filon (1897)
"... Gilbert and Sullivan Operas. WHEN Marie Wilton's company, during their first holiday, went on tour to Liverpool, they happened upon the autumn assizes. ..."
6. Representative British Dramas, Victorian and Modern by Montrose Jonas Moses (1918)
"From the time Gilbert and Sullivan combined, beginning with "Trial by ... This list includes the brilliant period of the Gilbert and Sullivan collaboration. ..."