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A rollicking romp through the life of a Hudson's Bay Company fur trader in the 1820's
In the style of a Gilbert and Sullivan operetta, this libretto uses some of the best known tunes of Sir Arthur Sullivan to set off all-original lyrics of a Canadian love story set at Fort Albany.
Jacob Corrigall The Trader of the Bay, is the direct ancestor of the author. He really did marry the Ojibwe "princess", but not exactly as described in this libretto.
Anyone interested in producing this all-Canadian operetta need only contact the author, in Ottawa.

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About the Author

William Coderre
coderrew Ottawa, Ontario, Canada

William (Bill) Coderre (1942-2012) spent his working life as a scientific researcher, manager and marketer, then as a technology transfer specialist, policy maker, science diplomat and corporate developer. In his private life he was a genealogist, cross-country skier, marathoner, singer, dancer and writer of Gilbert and Sullivan topical humour.

Publish Date  May 12, 2011

Dimensions  Pocket  138 pgs Black and White printing (on cream uncoated paper)

Category  Humor

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