Play the Songs
- "The Student Prince" Overture
- By Our Bearing So Sedate
- Golden Days
- Garlands Bright
- To The Inn We're Marching
- Drinking Song
- I'm Coming At Your Call
- A Student Has A Happy Lot
- Come Boys, Let's All Be Gay Boys
- In Heidelberg Fair
- Deep In My Heart
- Come Sir, Will You Join Our Noble Saxon Corps
- Student Life
- Just We Two
- Never Will Come Again Those Days Of Youth
- Deep In My Heart Dear
In The Student Prince, Karl Franz, prince of the kingdom of Karlsberg, has grown up sheltered and under tutors. Since childhood, he has been engaged to Princess Margaret. His grandfather, the king, sends him to improve his social skills as a regular student at the venerable University of Heidelberg. Karl and his entourage take up quarters at a local inn, and helped by new friends, Detlef, Lucas, and Von Asterberg, the prince soon starts enjoying student life. He also falls in love with Kathie, the innkeeper’s niece, and the couple considers eloping. But when Prince Karl learns that his grandfather is dying, he realizes that he must return to Karlsberg to become the new king, and to honor the arranged marriage which neither he nor the princess wants.
*Music samples provided courtesy of Jay Records and Warner Bros Music.
- Rehearsal Materials
- Brief History
Book and Lyrics by Dorothy V Donnelly
Music by Sigmund Romberg
2 Violin I
1 Violin II
1 Flute I & II (Flute II doubles Piccolo)
1 Clarinet I in Bb
1 Clarinet II in Bb
1 Horn I & II
1 Trumpet I & II
1 Trombone I
1 Trombone II
Timpani (2 drums)
Piano (Piano-Conductor’s Score sent with rehearsal material)
Note: Stage Piano music for “Farmer Jacob” number is played from the Piano-Conductor’s Score.
Optional additional materials are available (see list under Rehearsal Materials).
1 Piano Conductor’s Score
1 Prompt Book
20 Dialogue Parts
37 Chorus-Vocal Parts
Optional Additional Materials
1 Full Score (Partitur) in 4 volumes is available, at an additional charge, with the rental of the full orchestration. [SAMPLE]
Opening on Broadway in 1924, THE STUDENT PRINCE became the longest-running show of that decade, playing for 608 performances at Jolson’s 59th Street Theatre starring Howard Marsh and Roberta Beatty. It was revived on Broadway both in 1931 and in1943, and at the New York City Opera in 1988.
Find upcoming performances near you.
Organization City, State First Performance Last Performance Felix Bloch Erben BERLIN 06/01/2013 05/31/2016 South Australian Light Opera Society PARKHOLME 04/16/2015 04/19/2015 Troy University TROY, AL 04/24/2015 04/26/2015