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The mikado

Author: Arthur SullivanJohn AyldonColin Wright, (Tenor)John ReedValerie MastersonAll authors
Publisher: New York, N.Y. : London, [1989], 1973.
Edition/Format:   Music CD : CD audio : Operas : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Material Type: Music
Document Type: Sound Recording
All Authors / Contributors: Arthur Sullivan; John Ayldon; Colin Wright, (Tenor); John Reed; Valerie Masterson; Lyndsie Holland; Royston Nash; W S Gilbert; D'Oyly Carte Opera Company.; Royal Philharmonic Orchestra.
OCLC Number: 20876372
Notes: London: 425 190-2 (425 191-2--425 192-2).
Opera in 2 acts.
Reissue of: London OSA 12103 (OS 26406--OS 26407) (1973).
Compact discs.
Analog recording.
Performer(s): John Ayldon, Colin Wright, John Reed, Valerie Masterson, Lyndsie Holland, other soloists ; D'Oyly Carte Opera Company ; Royal Philharmonic Orchestra ; Royston Nash, conductor.
Description: 2 sound discs : digital, stereo. ; 4 3/4 in.
Contents: Overture --
If you want to know who we are --
Gentlemen, I pray you tell me --
A wand'ring minstrel I --
Our great Mikado, virtuous man --
Young man, despair --
And I have journey'd for a month --
Behold the Lord High Executioner! --
As someday it may happen that a victim must be found --
Comes a train of little ladies --
Three little maids from school are we --
So please you, Sir, we much regret --
Were you not to Ko-Ko plighted --
I am so proud, if I allowed --With aspect stern and gloomy stride --
The threaten'd cloud has pass'd away. Your revels cease! Assist me, all of you! --
Oh, fool, that flee- est my hallow'd joys! --
For he's going to marry Yum-Yum --
The hour of gladness is dead and gone --
Ye torrents roar! Ye tempests howls! --
Braid the raven hair, weave the supple tresses --
The sun whose rays are all ablaze --
Brightly dawns our wedding day --
Here's how-de-do! --
Miya sama, miya sama, o n'mma no maye ni --
From ev'ry kind of man obedience I expect --
A more humane Mikado never did in Japan exist --
The criminal cried as he dropp'd him down --
See how the fates their gifts allot --
The flowers that bloom in the spring, tra la. Alone and yet alive --
Hearts do not break! They sting and ache --
On a tree by a river a little tom tit --
There is bearty in the bellow of the blast --
Fanfare --
For he's gone and married Yum-Yum.
Responsibility: Gilbert and Sullivan.

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