For Iolanthe had chosen to dwell at the bottom of a stream, on whose banks we see the fairies disporting themselves.
In Iolanthe he shows a tendency to return to simple lyrical forms.
The music of “Iolanthe” is peculiarly refined and fanciful, and abounds in taking numbers.
I knew all that Iolanthe and class flummery would get her into trouble.
Rising from the pool, clad in water-weeds, Iolanthe receives the Royal pardon.
The rehearsals for Iolanthe and the Ballet are endlessly dragged out.
"To my mind it lies between 'Patience' and 'Iolanthe,'" said Clarence.
Iolanthe is prepared to undergo any pain to save Vaudemont, whom she loves.
He replies that Iolanthe is his mother, but cannot convince her.
Iolanthe, a lyric opera in one act, was Tchaikovskys last production for the stage.