Definition of Sir arthur sullivan
1. Noun. English composer of operettas who collaborated with the librettist William Gilbert (1842-1900).
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1. Gilbert and Sullivan and Their Operas: With Recollections and Anecdotes of D by François Cellier, Cunningham Bridgeman (1914)
"For some time it had been rumoured that Mr. Pinero had undertaken to supply Sir Arthur Sullivan with a libretto ; great, then, was the interest awakened. ..."
2. The Bookman (1903)
"Despite his happy experience as a proies- sir arthur sullivan. league to supply a waltz for the evening's concert. This gave Strauss his opportunity, ..."
3. Modern Eloquence by Thomas Brackett Reed, Rossiter Johnson, Justin McCarthy, Albert Ellery Bergh (1900)
"sir arthur sullivan MUSIC [Speech of sir arthur sullivan at the annual banquet of the Royal Academy, May 2, 1891. Sir Frederic Leighton, President of the ..."
4. Some Eminent Victorians: Personal Recollections in the World of Art and Letters by Joseph Comyns Carr (1908)
"... to me that I should so far rearrange the material I had treated as to provide a libretto for an opera he had in his mind to compose. sir arthur sullivan ..."