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Album: The Mikado (Original Cast) (English National Opera)

Artist: Gilbert & Sullivan

  • Genre: Opera
  • Release Date: 1999
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 19

  • Copyright: ℗ 1999 JAY Productions Ltd.

Tracklist For The Mikado (Original Cast) (English National Opera) By Artist Gilbert & Sullivan

Title Artist Time
If You Want to Know Who We Are Men Chorus 3:06 USD 0.99
A Wandering Minstrel I Bonaventura Bottone & Men Chorus 4:13 USD 0.99
Our Great Mikado Mark Richardson & Men Chorus 3:12 USD 0.99
Young Man Despair Bonaventura Bottone, Mark Richardson & Richard Van Allan 2:37 USD 0.99
Behold the Lord High Execution Men Chorus 2:37 USD 0.99
I've Got a Little List Eric Idle & Men Chorus 2:49 USD 0.99
Comes a Train of Little Ladies Ladies Chorus 2:13 USD 0.99
Three Little Maids Jean Rigby, Lesley Garrett & Susan Bullock 1:27 USD 0.99
So Please You Sir Jean Rigby, Ladies Chorus, Lesley Garrett, Mark Richardson, Richard Van Allan & Susan Bullock 1:52 USD 0.99
Were You Not to Ko-Ko Plighted Bonaventura Bottone & Lesley Garrett 2:15 USD 0.99
The Threatened Cloud Has Passe Bonaventura Bottone, Company, Felicity Palmer, Leslie Garrett & Richard Van Allen 13:05 USD Album Only
Braid the Raven Hair Jean Rigby & Ladies Chorus 3:24 USD 0.99
The Sun Whose Rays Lesley Garrett 2:55 USD 0.99
Here's a How-De-Do Bonaventura Bottone, Eric Idle & Lesley Garrett 1:17 USD 0.99
A More Humane Mikado Company & Richard Angas 4:21 USD 0.99
The Flowers That Bloom In the Bonaventura Bottone, Eric Idle, Lesley Garrett & Richard Van Allan 1:35 USD 0.99
Alone, and Yet Alive Felicity Palmer 3:14 USD 0.99
On a Tree By a River (Tit Will Eric Idle & Felicity Palmer 2:52 USD 0.99
There Is the Beauty In the Bel Eric Idle & Felicity Palmer 2:14 USD 0.99

Reviews For The Mikado (Original Cast) (English National Opera) By Artist Gilbert & Sullivan


    By Brown-Eyed Angel
    Hahaha! Love this album so much! I was YumYum in a small production of the play and loved every minute of it. Glad the rest of the world loves it as much as I do.
  • good

    By 114528906
    this album is good,u shuold hear my theatre group
  • Rocks

    By Sauron, Lord of Darkness
    I have an old, crumbling videotape of this production. I am glad it is finally available for purchase, although I miss the recitatives and ad libs.
  • Missing the recitative parts

    By J. J. Ramsey
    The songs sound good, but without some of the speaking parts that bridge the songs, the story is a bit hard to follow.
  • The Mikado in All It's Glory!

    By tanzphan1861
    In my opinion, the greatest recording of The Mikado!!! Eric Idle is a Genius. He is absolutely AMAZING as Ko-Ko! The rest of the cast is awesome as well!! They got the right mix of people to just put on one amazing production!!
  • the emperor

    By manisintheforest
    mine ears have heard the voice of the gods.

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