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|The Mikado (1885) by
or, The Town of Titipu
|Libretto by W. S. Gilbert; music by Arthur Sullivan. First produced at the Savoy Theatre, London, on March 14, 1885.— Excerpted from The Mikado on Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.|
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- 1. If you want to know who we are (Nanki-Poo and Men)
- 2. A Wand'ring Minstrel I (Nanki-Poo and Men)
- 3. Our Great Mikado, virtuous man (Pish-Tush and Men)
- 4. Young Man Despair (Pooh-Bah, Nanki-Poo and Pish-Tush)
- 5. Behold the Lord High Executioner (Ko-Ko and Men)
- 5a. As some day it may happen (Ko-Ko and Men)
- 6. Comes a train of little ladies (Girls)
- 7. Three little maids from school are we (Yum-Yum, Peep-Bo, Pitti-Sing, and Girls)
- 8. So please you, Sir, we much regret (Yum-Yum, Peep-Bo, Pitti-Sing, Pooh-Bah, and Girls)
- 9. Were you not to Ko-Ko plighted (Yum-Yum and Nanki-Poo)
- 10. I am so proud (Pooh-Bah, Ko-Ko and Pish-Tush)
- 11. With aspect stern and gloomy stride (Ensemble)
- 12. Braid the raven hair (Pitti-Sing and Girls)
- 13. The sun whose rays are all ablaze (Yum-Yum)
- 14. Brightly dawns our wedding day (Yum-Yum, Pitti-Sing, Nanki-Poo and Pish-Tush)
- 15. Here's a how-de-do (Yum-Yum, Nanki-Poo and Ko-Ko)
- 16. Mi-ya Sa-ma (Mikado, Katisha, Girls and Men)
- 17. A more humane Mikado (Mikado, Girls and Men)
- 18. The criminal cried as he dropped him down (Ko-ko, Pitti-Sing, Pooh-Bah, Girls and Men)
- 19. See how the Fates their gifts allot (Mikado, Pitti-Sing, Pooh-Bah, Ko-Ko and Katisha)
- 20. The flowers that bloom in the spring (Nanki-Poo, Ko-Ko, Yum-Yum, Pitti-Sing, and Pooh-Bah)
- 21. Alone, and yet alive (Katisha)
- 22. Willow, tit-willow (Ko-Ko)
- 23. There is beauty in the bellow of the blast (Katisha and Ko-Ko)
- 24. For he's gone and married Yum-Yum (Ensemble)
SCENE. - Courtyard of Ko-Ko's Palace in Titipu. Japanese nobles discovered standing and sitting in attitudes suggested by native drawings.
This work was published before January 1, 1923, and is in the public domain worldwide because the author died at least 100 years ago.