The Miller and His Man

A drawing-room extravaganza by F. C. Burnand, with songs by Arthur Sullivan and incidental music composed and adapted by James F. Simpson. The extent of Sullivan’s contribution is uncertain but two songs, “The Marquis de Mincepie” and the finale (“Care is all fiddle-dee-dee), were later published separately by Cramer and attributed to Sullivan.

Published by Edwin Ashdown.