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The MIDI files for numbers 1 to18 files were sequenced by Ronald Orenstein and numbers 19 to 26 by Clifton Coles. The Act II Finale MIDI file, and all of the MIDI Karaoke files, were sequenced by Colin Johnson.

MIDI Karaoke Version

Act I

No. 1. "Chaunt of the Monks"   [4' 28"]
  »Dialogue    
No. 2. "Come, all the Maidens" Chorus of Girls. [1' 55"]
No. 3. "If you please" Risotto and Minestra. [3' 16"]
  »Dialogue    
No. 4. "Only think, a Duke and Duchess!" Minestra and Chorus of Girls. [3' 11"]
  »Dialogue    
No. 5. "High Jerry Ho!" Arrostino and Chorus. [2' 10"]
No. 6. "Teresa, Little Word... Bedecked in Fashion Trim" Alfredo. [3' 43"]
  »Dialogue    
No. 7. "It's my Opinion" Teresa. [2' 35"]
  »Dialogue    
No. 8. "Upon my word, Miss" Ultrice, Teresa, Alfredo, and Elvino. [3' 28"]
  »Dialogue    
No. 9. "Fair maid, take pity" Alfredo, Ultrice, Teresa, and Elvino. [4' 45"]
No. 10. "Tabor and Drum" Soli and Chorus of Girls. [3' 14"]
  »Dialogue    
No. 11. "Those days of old" Nita, with Bartolo and Pietro. [2' 45"]
No. 12. "Oh luck unequalled... I'm only joking" Teresa with Alfredo and Ultrice. [7' 35"]
No. 13. "Finale Act I"   [10' 09"]

Act II

No. 14. "Entr'acte"   [2' 39"]
  »Dialogue    
No. 15. "I'd be a young girl if I could" Risotto and Minestra. [1' 31"]
  »Dialogue    
No. 16. "All alone to my eerie" Teresa. [3' 03"]
  »Dialogue    
No. 17. "If I can catch this jolly Jack-Patch" Minestra and Teresa. [1' 00"]
No. 18. "If our action's stiff and crude" Bartolo and Nita. [2' 55"]
  »Dialogue    
No. 19. "When gentlemen are eaten up with jealousy" Bartolo, Nita, and Pietro. [2' 12"]
No. 20. "Time there was when earthly joy" Arrostino, Pietro, and Chorus, with soprano and contralto solos. [10' 30"]
  »Dialogue    
No. 21. "The Duke and Duchess hither wend their way" Luigi, Arrostino, Alfredo, and Men's Chorus. [3' 41"]
  »Dialogue    
No. 22. "Where's my Duck-a-deary?" Teresa. [1' 10"]
  »Dialogue    
No. 23. "In days gone by" Alfredo and Teresa. [4' 32"]
No. 24. "An hour? Nay, nay." Ultrice. [2' 18"]
No. 25. "Oh, please you not to go away" Soli and Chorus [2' 16"]
  »Dialogue    
No. 26. "Ophelia was a dainty little maid" Pietro, Nita, and Bartolo. [1' 58"]
No. 27. "Finale"   [6' 30"]