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Web Opera

All the music, lyrics and dialogue

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  OVERTURE  

ACT I

No. 1 Opening Chorus "If you want to know who we are"
No. 2 Song (Nanki-Poo & Chorus) "A wand'ring minstrel I"
  Dialogue  
No. 3 Song (Pish-Tush & Chorus) "Our great Mikado, virtuous man"
  Dialogue  
No. 4 Song (Pooh-Bah, with Nanki-Poo & Pish-Tush) "Young man, despair, likewise go to"
No. 4a Recit. (Nanki-Poo & Pooh-Bah) "And have I journey'd for a month"
No. 5 Chorus with Solo (Ko-Ko) "Behold the Lord High Executioner!"
  Dialogue  
No. 5a Song (Ko-Ko & Chorus) "As some day it may happen"
  Dialogue  
No. 6 Chorus "Comes a train of little ladies"
No. 7 Trio (Yum-Yum, Pitti-Sing, Peep-Bo & Chorus) "Three little maids from school are we"
  Dialogue  
No. 8 Quartet (Yum-Yum, Pitti-Sing, Peep-Bo,
Pooh-Bah & Chorus)
"So please you sir, we much regret"
  Dialogue  
No. 9 Duet (Yum-Yum & Nanki-Poo) "Were you not to Ko-Ko plighted"
  Dialogue  
No. 10 Trio (Ko-Ko, Pooh-Bah & Pish-Tush) "I am so proud"
  Dialogue  
No. 11 Finale, Act I "With aspect stern and gloomy stride"

ACT II

No. 1 Chorus & Solo (Pitti-Sing) "Braid the raven hair"
  Dialogue  
No. 2 Song (Yum-Yum) "The sun, whose rays are all ablaze"
  Dialogue  
No. 3 Madrigal (Yum-Yum, Pitti-Sing, Nanki-Poo & Pish-Tush) "Brightly dawns our wedding day"
  Dialogue  
No. 4 Trio (Yum-Yum, Nanki-Poo & Ko-Ko) "Here's a how-de-do!"
  Dialogue  
No. 5 Entrance of the Mikado & Katisha "Miya sama, miya sama"
No. 6 Song (Mikado & Chorus) "A more humane Mikado"
  Dialogue  
No. 7 Trio (Pitti-Sig, Ko-Ko, Pooh-Bah & Chorus) "The criminal cried as he dropped him down"
  Dialogue  
No. 8 Glee (Pitti-Sing, Katisha,Ko-Ko, Pooh-Bah & Mikado) "See how the fates their gifts allot"
  Dialogue  
No. 9 Duet (Nanki-Poo & Ko-Ko, with Yum-Yum,
Pitti-Sing & Pooh-Bah)
"The flowers that bloom in the spring"
No. 10 Recit. & Song (Katisha) "Alone, and yet alive"
  Dialogue  
No. 11 Song (Ko-Ko) "On a tree by a river"
  Dialogue  
No. 12 Duet (Katisha & Ko-Ko) "There is beauty in the bellow of the blast"
  Dialogue  
No. 13 Finale, Act II "For he's gone and married Yum-Yum"

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