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VOCAL SCORE 

OF 

The Miia\dOi 

OR 

The Town of Titipu. 



Arrangement for Pianoforte 

GEORGE LOWELL TRACY 



(OF BOSTON,U.S.A.) 
OF THE ABOVE NAMED OPERA BY 



W.S.G1LBEM' 

AND 

AimiJl SOiUJfMi 

JointAuthorsof"THESPI5:onTHEG0D5 GROWN OLD." -"TRIAL BY JURY:" -"THESORCERER:-"H.M.S.PINAF0RE; 
opTHE lass that loved a SAILOR':' "THE PIRATES OF PENZANCE;orTHE SLAVE OF DUTYi'-'PATIENCE.-or 
BUNTHORNE'S BRI DE;"-" IOLANTHE;or THE PEER AND THE PERT/ 
and "PRiriJCESS IDA; or CASTLE ADAMANT." 



LIBRETTO .25* COMPLETE VOCAU SCORE |2.50 
COMPLETE PIANO SCORE .«2.00 

Entered accordin^to Act of Congress.m the Office of the Librarian of Congress, at Was/.iV.gton. in the year IB85, 
by Alex. P. Bnowne, Attorney at Law and Proprietor, for SiH Arthur Sullivan and Messrs.&lLBEKT.CARTe and Tracy. 
Entered at Stationers-Hall. All Rights Resemd. 

NEW YORK 

Published by WM.A.POND&CO., 18 West 37th St. 
London. CHAPPE LL & CO 

— 164585 

CAUTION.— I have permitted Mr. G.L.Tracy to incotporate in this work the vocal parts of The l^ikado" for the sole, purpose, of 
their being sun^ in private. Single detached numbers may be sung at Concerts, not more, than two at any oneConcert, 
but they must be given without Stage Costume or Action. Applications for the righ t of performing an'j more than the, 
above. or the complete Opera must be madeto'R.D'OyLv Carte. Savoy Theatre. London" Every copy of this book is 
15 offered for sale strictly upon the conditionthat it shall be used only as above. ARTHUR SULLIVAN. 



Produced at the Savoy Theatre, London, on Saturday, 14th March, 1«S5, 
management of Mr. R. O'Oyly Carte. 



The Mikado 

OH 

The Town of Titipu. 

DRAMATIS PERSOXAE. 
The Mikado of Japan 

NANKI-POO (His Son, (iisguisfd as a wandering minstrel, and in love with Yum -Yum) 

Kg -Kg (Lont High K.xccutioncr of Titipu) 

PGOH-BAH (Lord High Everything Else) 

r Pish -Tush ta Xoble Lord) 

Yum -Yum \ 

PlTTI-SlNG> (Three Sisters- Wards of Ko-Ku) 

Peep-Bo ) 

KATISHA (an elderly Lady, in Inve with Xanki-Poo) 

Chiirus of Srhool Girls, Nohles, Guards and Coolies. 



ACT I.— Cniirt-yard of Ko-Kos official residence. 
ACT II.-Ko-Ko's Garden. 
Kt.-ine Guide or Adtii(i LelTetto and OrcheMra Part:* of "The Milwdo"may be had from the PubUthers. 



3253 

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Page. 
OVERTURE 4 

^•0 ACT I. 

1. Chorus of Men 22 

2. Song and Chorus (Nnnhi-Poo) ' 29 

3. '&ox\g{Pish -Tush ami Owrns) . . . ■ 36 

4. ^ong (Pooh. Ball. v<Hli Knnki -Poo and Pis/i) 42 

4^- W^c'ii. (Nrtnkt. Poo niid Pooh -Pnh) 47 

5. Chorus with Solo CA'o-Aa) 48 

^^- SQng(Ko.Ko,i('ilhCho'naiof3feH'' 53 

6. Chorus of Girls 57 

7. 'Yx\o{Yinn-Yinii,Pecp.BoandPitti.Sing,withChorHSOfGirh} 62 

8. (^\\y,x\.^\.i.Xi^^\\Qxyx^{Ynm-Yiim,Pe(p.Bo,Pifti.Siugand Pooh-Bah) 68 

9. Duct {Ynm-YHmamlNan'ki-Poo) 76 

10. Trio {Ko-Ko^Piah-Tiiah and Pooh-Bah) 79 

11. Finale, Act I 87 

ACT II. «. 

1. S>o\o (Piffi-Sing and Chorus of Girh) IIB 

2. S>or\g(Yiiin.Yi(m) 121 

3. ^W<Xx\gj,\ (Yum -Ytim, Pitti -Sing, Xanki. Poo and Pish -Tnsh) 124 

4. i:x\o{Yinu-Yinn,Nnnki-Pooand Ko-Ko) 128 

5. Entrance of Mikado and Katisha 132 

6. Song {Mikado and Chorns) 137 

7. 'Xx\o-^\\>S.^\\oxyx^ {PUti-Sing,Ko-Ko, Pooh-Bah and Chorus) 142 

8. Qlc^i ^Pitfi -Sing, J{atisha, Ko-Ko, Pooh-Bah and Mikado). 147 

9. T>u^t (iVanki-Pooand Ko-A'o,ioiihYuni-Ynn/, Pi/if. Singand Pooh-Ba/i) . . . 152 

10. Recit. and Song (Kafisha) 156 

11. Song (A'w- A'o) 158 

12. Duet {Katisha and Ko-Ko) 161 

13. Finale, Act n 166 



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Xo 4. Pooh- Bah (with Xaxki and Pish.) 

Allegro nioderato. Tempo di Miimetto. 



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all a-ver, With the Lord High E; 



all a-ver, With the Lord High Ex - e - cu - tion-er! 



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hope-less case As you may see, And in your place A - way 1(1 flee; But 




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Be-hold the Lord High Bx - e - cu-tion-er! A per - son-age of no - tie rank and 





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g^ale As one sometimes is in tran-ces, To a height that few can scale, 



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stan-ces So ad - ven - tur-ous a tale, Which may rank -v%-ith most ro - mances, 




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]V9 5^"^. (Ko-Ko, \v-ith Chorus of Men.) 

Allegretto grazioso. 




As someday it may happen that a vic-tim must be found, Ive got a lit-tlc list- I'v 
nig-ger se-re-na-der,andthe otlvers of his race, And the pia-no or-gan-ist_ I'v 




got a lit -tie list Of so - ci - e - ty of- fen-dors -who might well be un-der-ground,Andwho 
got him on the list! And the peo-ple ^-ho eat pep-per-mint and puff it in your face, Thej- 




ne-ver -would be missd_ who ne-ver would be miss'd'.There's the pes-ti - len-tialn 

ne-ver would be miss'd_ They ne-ver would be miss'd! Then the i - di - ot who prais-es, with en - 




-wTite for au - to-graphs_ All peo-ple who have flab - by hands and ir - ri -tat -ing laughs All 
thu - si - as-tic tone, All cen-tu-ries but this, and ev _ 'ry coun-tr>' but his own; And the 




chil-dn-nwhoare up in dates and flore you with 'em flat _ -Ul^ jjer-s^onswho V" ^^f','?:'"! 'j^."'^^:.t!'.'?j'^ 



la - dy from the pro-\-in-ces, who dress-es like a guy-And'\vho does-n't think she \\-altzes, but would 




handwithvou like M^/_'' And all thirdper-sons^^ho on spoil-ing (tle-/f-ny,s in-sist_ TheyH 
ra ther like to try;" And that fein-gu-lar an-o-ma-ly, the la - dy no - vel-ist_ 1 




irot 'om nil the li.st; Aii.ltlieyll none of Vm ho inissM They'll nnne ''f.'Pm bo missd! 

^r„t her vu fill- liM; And 1 don't iliink she'll be inisbJ, I'm .s /</•».' .-.h ell not be inissdl 

the libt- Andlhi-y'll """le "f '"" he n-ds^M They'll none of 'em be miss'd! 

the list; An.l I don't think she'll be miss'd, I'm s^w shell not be miss'd! 




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t /;?>« on the list! All fun-ny fel- lows,com-ic men, and clowns of pri-vate life_ They'd 




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of 'em be missd_theyd none of 'em be miss'd! And a - po-lo- ge-tic statesmen of a 



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put up-on the list, For theyJl none of 'em bemiss'd_ they'd none of "em be missel! 

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of 'em be missed they'll none of 'em be missed! 




NO 6. Chorus of Girls. 

Allegretto grazioso. 






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IV9 7. (YuM-YuM, Peep-Bo &.• Petti Sing) ^^^TH Chorus of Girls. 



AUeerctto t:;razioso. 



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ids from school arc we, P.>rt as a school-girl well can be, Filld to the brim with girl-ish 



laids from school are we, Pert as a school -girl well can be, FiU'd to the brim with girl-ish 



maids from i-chool are we. Pert as a school-girl well can be, Fillk to the brim with girl-ish 




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Three lit-tle maids who, all un-wa-rj', Comefroma la - dies' se-mi-na-ry, Freedfromits ge-nius 




]Vo 8. Quint ett. 

(YuM-YuM, Peep-Bo, Petti-Sixg, Pooh-Bah &• Pish-Tush) ^^^TH Chorus of Girls. 



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So please you, Sir, we much n 




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gret If we have failed in 



- ti - quette To - wards a man of rank so high_We shall know 



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CHORUS OF GIRLS. 




youth, of 



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mu;>t have its fling, Ko par - don us, And 

la, Tra la la la la la, Tra la la la ]a la, Tra la la la la 




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think }-ou ought to re - col - lect You can- not show too much re - spect To - 




tire we cling— So par- don us, So par -don us, 11" we de-cline to dance and 




sing,Tra la la la la la, Tra la la la la la, Tra la la la la la, Tra la la la la 




la, Tra la la la la la, Tra la la la la la, Tra la la la la la, Tra la la la la 



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hap - py spring, Be hard on us. 




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mty'ge all rank and sta - tion,Wo/ld4y sneers are nought to us, And to ma'rk my ad-mi- 




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ra - tion, I would fond - ly kiss j-ou thus — I would fond - ly kiss me thus. 




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cuss, And on no ron-si-der - a - tioij ^^11 I kiss you fond - ly thus_\MllI kiss)-oufond-ly 



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fa-talstt'el,And so are slain, are slainWith-out muchpain.If this is true It's jol-ly for you; Your courage 



flit,Theben-e - fitThat Id dif - fuse The town wouldlosc! Now ev-'ry-man To aid his clan Should' 



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dull, dark dock. In a pes - ti -len-tial pri- son, with a life - long lock, A - 




wait-ing the sen -sa-tion of a short, sharp shock, From a cheap and chip- pj- chop-per on a 



ait-ingthe sen-sa-tion of a short, sharp shock, From a cheap and chip -py chopper on 



wait-ing the sen -sa-tion of a short, sharp shock, From a cheap and chip- py chop-per on 




big black block! A dull, dark dock, A life - long lock, A short sharpshock A 



; black block! A dull, dark dock, A life - long lock, A short sharpshock A 



big black block! A dull, dark dock, A life - long lock, A short sharp shock A 




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N9U. 



Finale Act I. 



Allegro moderato. 



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yields his life if lilYumYiunsurrender; Now I a-dore that girl with pas-sion ten-der. And 




could not quit her "With a rea-dywill, Or her al-lot, If I did not A 




let the throng Our jo}- ad - vance, With laugh - ing 




let the throng Our joy ad - vance, With laugh - ing 



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With laugh-ing song, And mer-ry danie,Then let the throng Our joy ad - 



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dance, Then let the throng Our joy ad - 



song, And mer - rj dance,Then let the throng Our joj- ad - 




e,Wlth laugh4ng song, and mer- ry_ dance.Wth laugh-ing song, .\jid mer-ry 



vance,'\Vith laughing song, and mer- ry danee,'With laugh-ing song, And mer-ry 



vance.With laugh-ing song^,and mer- ry dance, With laugh-ing song, And mer-ry 




vance,W1th laugh-ing song, and mer - ry dance, With laugh-ing song. And mer - ry 





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jo}' - ous shout, 'With joy-ous shout and ring.ing cheer, In - au - gu 

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shout. With joy-ous shout and ring-ing cheer, In 



shout. With joy-ous shout and ring-ing cheer, In - au - gu 



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shout. With joy-ous shout and ring-ing cheer. In - au - gu 



jo)' - ous shout, ^^'ith jo3'-ous shout and ring-ing cheer. In - au - gu - 

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rate, in au-gu - rate their brief ea - reer! ^^'ith joj- - ous shout and 



rate, in au-gu- rate their brief ea - reer! With joy-ous shout and ring-ing cheer. In - au - gu - 



rate, in au-gu - rate their brief ea - reer! With joy-ous shout and ring-ing cheer, In -au-gu- 



rate, in au-gu - rate their brief ca - reer! Willi jo)--ous shout and ring-ing cheer, In - au- gu- 



rate, in au-gu - rate their brief ca - reer! ^Mthjoy-ous shout and ring-ing cheer In - au - gu - 




rate theirbrief ca - reer!Withjoy-ous shout and ring-iiig cheer. In -au-gu - rate their brief ca - 



rate their brief ca - reer!Withjoy-ous shout and ring-ing cheer, In -au-gu - rate theirbrief ca - 



rate theirbrief ca - reer!Withjoy-ous shout and ring-ing cheer, In -au-gu - rate theirbrief i 



rate theirbrief ca - reer!Withjoy-ous shout and ring-ing cheer. In -au-gu - rate theirbrief ca- 




shout! Laugh4ng song.mer - rj- dance, ^vith laugh-ing song and mer-n' dance. 



reer! Laugh-ing song.mer - ry dance, with laugh-ing song and mer-ry dance. 




reer! Laugh-ing song.mer - ry dance. -with laugh-ing sopgand mer-ry dance. 




As in three weeks}"ouvegot to die, If KoKoteUsus true, T-ivere emp-tycompli-ment to cr\' Long 




life to Nan-ki -Pooh! But asyouvegotthree\wekstolive As feHmvci-ti -zen. This toastwiththreetimes 




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May all good for-tune, all gooii for-tuiie pros-per you, May you have 




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health, may you have health and rich-es too,Mayall good fur-tune pros-per you. May you have 



. health, may you have health and rich-es too,Mayall good for-tune pros-per you. May you haVe 



health, may you have health and rich-es too,Mayall good for-,tune pros-per you. May you have 





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j(iys! Oh blind, that see -est No e - qui -poise! 





heart un - bind, Oh fool, oh Wind! Give me mj' place. Oh rash, oh base! Thy 




heart un-bind. Give me myplace. Oh fool, oh blind. Oh 





knell is rung;, Pink cheek, bright eye, Kose-lip, sweet tongue! Thy 




quest Prom our in - ten-tion well ex- press'd, You can-not turn us! The state of 




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all will be mer-ry, I tkink j-ou had bet-ter sue - cumb And join our ex-pressions of 




glee, On this sub-ject I praj'yoube dumb— You'll find there are ma -n_v Who'll 



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pe-rish'd Save love,_ 



. -which ne-ver dies, Which ne-ver,ne-ver dies! Oh, 

Allegro agitato. 





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X91. 



ACT II. 

Solo. 

(PiTTi- Sing, and Chorus of Girls.) 



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Braid the ra - Ven hnir AVeave tlif> sup - - jjIp tress Deck tha mni -den fair_ In her 





thus al - lied, Go to make a prt-t - ty bride! Art and na-ture,thus al- 




NO 3. 



Song. 

(YUM-YUM.) 




liv-ingglo- ry, Does not de - iiy His ma-jes - ty- He scorns to tell a sto - ryl 




But.fierce and bold,In fie-iy gold, He glo-ries all ef-ful-gent! 



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Madrigal. 

(YUM-YUM, PlTTI-SlXG, Nanki-Pooh,Pish-Tush.) 




' ^ riaw-ns Gur wed - ding; day; joy- ous hour, we give th<^e greet- ing'-^Mii-ther, whi-thor art thou 

drv the rea - dv tear, Though the hours are sure- Iv creep-ing. Lit -tie need for woe-fuf 
^PITTI-SING. 



Joy- ous hour, we give thee greet-i^g!^^"hi-ther, whi-ther art thci 

Though the hours are sure- ly ereep-ins. Lit - tie need for woe-ful 

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joy- ous hour, we give thee greet-illg!^^'hi-thpl^ whi-th^r art thcu 
Though the hours are sure- 1\' creep-ing. Lit - tie need for wbe-ful 
PISII-TL'SH. — 



Joy- ous hour, we give thee greet-ing'.^Mii-ther, \\hi - ther art thcu 
Though the h ours are sure - ly creep-ing, Lit - tie n eed for woe-ful 




fleet - ing? Fic-kle n\o-ment, pri-thee stay! Fie- kle mo - m'ent, pri-t 
w.'cp-iiig, Till the sad bun-down is near, Till the sad sun down i 



fleet- ing? FiC-kle mo-mi-nt, pri- thee staj'! Fie- kle mo - ment, pri-thee stay! 
weep -ing, Till the sad sun-down is near. Till the sad sundown - 





I \^Tiat though mnr - tal joys be hol-low? 

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Though 'the toe - sin sound ere Ion?, Though the toe- sin sound ere long, Though 

This the close of ev - 'ry song, y This the elose of ev - 'ry song, This 






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'Thoughthe toe- sin sound ere long. 
This the elose of ev - 'r\' song. 



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Though ihe toe- sin sound ere 
This the close of ev - 'ry 



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the toe - sin sound ere long, Ding 
the close of ev - 'rj' song. Ding 



dong! Ding- 

dong! Ding- 



dong'. Yet un - 
dong! 'VS'hat, though 



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dong! Ding dong! 



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Ding dong! 

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dong! Ding dong 



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til tho sha - dows fall - vcr oi:e and o - ver all, ) ,,. 

sol - cmii bha do\\s fall, Soon- er, lat - er, o - ver aUj ^^'"^ '^ rr.oT-n 



til the sha - dows fall - ver one and o - ver all, 
bol - emn sha dows fall. Soon- er, lat - er, o - ver all, 



til the, sha-doAvs fall , - Vcr one and o- ver all, 
sol - emn sha do>\"s fall, Soon- er, lat - er, o - ver all. 



til the sha-dcAvs fall - ver one and 
sol - emn sha dows fall, Soon- er, lat - er, 




gal Sing a mor - ry ma-dri - S'al, Sing a mer - r}- ma-dri - gal, Fa 

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Sing a mer- rj' ma-dri - gal, Sing a mer- ry ma-dri - gal, Fa la la la 




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la la la la la, Fa la la la la la la. Fa la la. Fa la, 



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la la la la, Fa la la la 




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N<?4. 



Trio. 

(Yum -Yum, Nanki-Pooh, and Ko-Ko.) 



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If I mar-ry you, When your time has come to pe-rish, Then the mai-den whom you che rich 





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To her life she clings! Ma-tri-mo-ni - al de-vo-tion Does- n't seem to suit her no-tioii- 



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With a pas-sion that's in-tense I -vvor-ship and 
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With a pas-sion that's in-tense You -wor-ship and a - dore, But the 




laws of com-monsenseWo ought-n't to i.g- - iiore. If -what I .« saj'- is true, 'Tis 




death to mar-ry you'. Here's a pret-ty state of things! Here's a pret-ty how-de-do! 



death to mar-ry you! Here's a pret-ty state of things! Here's a pret-tj' ho\v-de-do! 




HLfe's a i)n t ty 



iti> of things, a pret-ty itate of thing>! 

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Here's a how-de - do! For if what he ri.i3-s is triu', I ran- not. can-not mar-rj- yoi 




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H<-res a pretty how-do-do'. 



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N'> 5. 



Entrance of Mikado and Katisha. 

Allegro nioderato. 




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urn 0-b(^-dience I ex-pect; I'm the Em-p'ror of Ja - pan 



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lect! He'll mar-ry his son (He's on-ly got one) To his daugh-ter-in-la\v e - lect. 



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mo-rals have been de - clar'd Par-ti - cu - lar - I3' cor - rert; 



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fa-thcr-ly kind of way I go-vern each tribe and sect, All chcor-ful- ly own my 




Ex-cept his daughter in law e - lect! As tough as a bone.With a will ofhero^^-^, Is his 




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daughter-in-law e - lect! 



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My na-turc is love and light-M^-free-dom from all — de-fect — 



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1V96. 




'nt,_ Each e - vil liv-er A run-ning ri-ver Of harm-less mer - ri - ment — My 





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pro - sy dull so - ci - e - ty sin-nersAVho chat-ter and blent nnd bore, _ 
ad - ver-tis - ing quack who wua-riesWth tales of count - less cures, _ 




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sent to hear scr-moiis From mys- ti-cal Ger-maiisWTio preach from ten till four 
teeth, I've en -act - ed, Shall all be ex-tract-ed By ter-ri-fied a - ma-teur? 



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•> - ma-teur te-nor, whoso vo - cal vil-la-nies AH dc - sire to shirk, Shall 

mu-sic hall sing-er at - tends a se-ries Of nia~s-es and fugues and "ops" By 




du-rin^ off- hours, Ex - hi - bit his pow-ers To Ma-dame Tus-sauds wax-work. The 

Bach, in - ter-wo-ven With Spohr and Beet-ho-ven, At clas- sic- al Mon - day Pops. The 



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la-dv who d\-es a cho-mi-cal yel-low. Or stains her grey hair puce, Or 

bil -" Hard sharp whom a - ny- one catches. His doom's ex-treme-ly hard— He's 



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pinrh-es her fig-ger, Is black'd like a nig-gerWith pl'r-ma-nent wal - nut juice. The 

J, made to dwell-In a duii - geonccllOn a spot that's al - ways barr'd. And 



i - diot who, in rail - way car-ria-ges, Scrib-bles on -vnn - do\v panes, 
there h<- plays ex- tra-va-ga'nt matches In fit. - less fin - ger stalls, On a 




on ly suf-fer To ride on a buf-fer In Par - lia - men - fry trains.) ^,[y 

cloth un-trueWith a twist - ed cue, And el - lip-ti-cnl bil - Hard balls! I 




wil-ling-ly re - pre - sent A source of in-no-ccnt mer- ri-meiit. Of in-no-cent mer-r 





lot thepun-ishment fit the crime.The pun-ishment fit the ci 



And make each pris-ner pent Un- 



let thepim-ishmeiit fit the crime,The pun-ishment fit the crime; And make each pris-'ner pent tJn- 




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Trio and Chorus. 

(PiTTi-SiNG, Ko-Ko, Pooh- Bah, AND Chorus.) 



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stat<' of wild a - larm— With a fright-ful,fran - tie, fear - ful frown I bar'd my big right 




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arm I seiz'd him by his lit-tle pig-tail, And on his knees fell he. As he 




squirm'd and struggled And gur-gled and g"ur-gled, I drew my snick - er - -snee, my snick-t 




nodded his head and kiss'd his handjAndhewhistled an air, did he, As the sa - bre true Cut elean-Iy through his 




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hoad was dead (For its own- er dead was he), It stood on its nock with a smil'- well bred, And 




bowtlthreetimesto me!_ It was none of your im-pu-dent off-hand noda.But as hum-ble as could be, For it 




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clear - ly knewThe de-fer-ence due To a man of pe - di - gree; ^ of pe di - gree! And it's 




oh, I vow, This death -ly bow Was a toueh-ing sight to see;— Though trunk-less,yet It 




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could-nt for-get The de-fer-ence due 




The h:iufrh-ty youth He speaks the t^uth^\'hrIl 




Glee. 

(PlTTI-SlNG, KATISHA,K0-K0, POOH-BAH & MiKADO.) 



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Oh so hap-py! Laughing.Ha! ha! Chaffing, Ha! ha! Xec-tar quaffing, JIa! ha! ha! E- verjo3'-ous, 



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Oh so hap-py! Laughing.Ha! ha! Chaffing, Ha! ha! Xec-tar quaffing, Ha! ha! ha! E - ver joy-ous, 



Oh so hap-py! Laughing,na! ha! Chaffing, Ha! ha! Nec-tar quaffing, Ha! ha! ha! E - ver joy-ous. 




.iT ga)', Hap-py un-de - serv-ing A!_ 
gay, Hap-py un-de -serv-ing A! 



E - ver joy-ous, e - ver gay, 



E - ver joy-ous, e - ver gay, 




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If IwereFortune-whichlmnot- B should en joy As 



Hap-py un de serv4ng A! 
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Hap-pv un de serv-ingA! 



If I\MTeFortune-\vhichImnot- B should en jov As 
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hap-py lot, And A shoulddie in 




hap-p-v lot, 


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B should be hap-py! Oh so h;ip-p_v! Laughing, Ha! ha! Chaff-ing, Ha! ha! 




R should be hap-py! Oh so hap-py! Laugh-ing, Ila! ha! Chaff-ing, Ha! ha! 




Xec-tar quaff-ing, H-a! ha! ha! But con-<iemn'd to die_ is he,_ 



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But con-demnii to die is he,_ 



Wretch-ed me-ri - to-rious B! 






But con-demn'dto die is he,_ 



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;o-rious B! But con-demn'dto die is he, 



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Duet. 

Naxki-Pooh\- Ko-Ko, (\mth YuM-Yuii,PiTTi-SiNG a- Pooh-Bah.) 



NO 9. 




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sum-mer of ro - ses and wine, Of a sum-mer of ro - ses and \nne; .\nd 






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that's what we mean when we say that a thing Is wel-come as flowers that bloom in the spring. Tra 




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la la,__ The flow-ers that bloom in the spring. Tra 

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most un-at-trac-tive old thing, Tra la, With a ca - ri - ca-ture of a face, With 




a i'"/f- n tempo 

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And that'sAvhatl meanwhen I saj-, or I sing, "Oh 




p-ther the flowers that bloom in the spring,Tra la la la l.i,_ Tra la la la la,_ Oh 




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Recit, and Song. 

(IC4TISHA.) 



NO 10. 




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old love's sake,But do not die! 



Though ^vith each breath They long for death, As 



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■why, When hope is gone Dost thou stay on? "Why lin-gerhere,Where all is dear? 




Oh, liv - ing I! Come.tell me M-hy, When hope isgoneDostthoustayon?May 





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ra -thcr tough \\orm in your 


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shake of his poor lit-tl.' 

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head he ro-plied/'Oh 

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wil-low, tit-\\-il-4o\v, tit-^^•il-low!" 



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spaitgledhisbrow, Oh wl-low, tit-wl-low, tit-wil -low! 



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sure that my name Is -n't Wil-low 


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tit - wil - low, That twas 


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(KATISHA cV Ko-Ko.) 



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blast, There is grandeur in the growling of the gale, There is e - lo-quentout-pour■^ng^^'henthe 




liRe to see a ti - ger Fromthe Con-go or the Ni-ger, Andes pe-cial-1} whenlash-jng of his 




that is so, Sing d.T- ry down der-ry, It's p - vi- dent, \o - rj-, Our tastes are on'\ A- 



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\vay we'll go. And mer-ri-ly mar- ry, Nor tar-di-ly tar- ry, Till day is done! 




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Doyou fan-cyyouareel-der-ly e - nough? In-for - ma-tion Irn re-quest-ing On a 




out this wide do-min -ion It's the . gen - er- al o - pin - ion That she'll last a good deal long-er when sho 




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Are you old e-nough to mar-ry, do you think? Won't you -wait un-til your eight-y in the 




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ri-ly mar- ry, Nor tar-di-ly tar- ry Till day is done! Sing der^ry dow-n der-ry! We'll 




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Finale, Act 11. 



X9 13. 



PITTl-SIKG. 




no-lions,thoughm>'my,Are not worth a pen-ny, The ^vord for your guidance is -Mum'' You've 

CHORUS. 




got a good bar-gain in me! 



On this sub-ject we prav you be dumb — Dumb, dumb! We 



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On this sub-ject we pray you be dumb— Dumb, dumb! We 





lots of good fish in the sea, There's lots of good fi^h, pood fish in the sea, There's lots nf pood 



lots of good fish in the sea, There's lots of good fish, good fish in the sea, There's lots of good 





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Thenk-t the throng Our joy ad 
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Thfnlet the throng Ourjoj- ad - vance, 



With laugh-ing song, Andmerry 



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throng Our joj- 



ad - vance, With laugh-ing song, And mer - ry 



throng Our joy ad - vance. With laugh-ing song, And mer - ry 



ad - vance. With laugh-ing fong, And mer - ry 



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dance.Thenkt thi- thrunp Our joy ad-vanceiWithlaugh-ing song,.\nflmi;r-ry dance, With laugh-ing 



dance,Thunk-t th'- throno Our joy ad -vance,\Vith laugh -ing song, And m*!r-ry dance, With laugh-ing 



dance,Thenkt the throng Our joy ad -vance,With laugh-ing song. And mer-ry dance. With laugh-ing 



dcince.Thenlet the throng Our joy ad -v.-lnce^Vith laugh-ing song.And mer-ry dnnce.With laugh-ing 



dance, Then let the throiij? Our jny atl - vauccWith huifih- ing- sonjr, And mor-ry dance, With laugh-ing 





I With joy - mis shout, With joy - ons s^hout and ring- ing chror, In 




gu - r.ite thrir new ca. reer! With joy-ous shout ai;d ring- ing cheer, In - an - gu - 




;r'. With joy-ous shout and ring- ing cheer. In - au - gu - rate their 

■! With joy- oils shout af.d ring - ing cheer, In - a 

- reer! With joy- ous shout and ring - ing cheer. In - au - gu - rate thei