composer: Sir Arthur Sullivan
librettist: Sir William Gilbert (librettist)
part of: The Mikado
parts: The Mikado: Act II, no 24. "For he's gone and married Yum-Yum" … "The threatened cloud has passed away"
The Mikado: Act II, no. 13. "The sun, whose rays are all ablaze" (Yum-Yum)
The Mikado: Act II, no. 15. "Here's a how-de-do" (Yum-Yum, Nanki-Poo and Ko-Ko)
The Mikado: Act II, no. 23. "There is beauty in the bellow of the blast" (Katisha and Ko-Ko)


Date Title Artist Length
The Criminal Cried as He Dropp'd Him Down Gilbert & Sullivan 3:31
The Mikado: Act II. “A more humane Mikado never did in Japan exist” Gilbert & Sullivan 4:32
The Mikado: Act II. “Alone and yet alive” Gilbert & Sullivan 0:45
The Mikado: Act II. “Braid the raven hair, Weave the supple tresses” Gilbert & Sullivan 3:38
The Mikado: Act II. “Brightly dawns our wedding day” Gilbert & Sullivan 3:42
The Mikado: Act II. “From ev’ry kind of man Obedience I expect” Gilbert & Sullivan 1:47
The Mikado: Act II. “Miya sama, miya sama, o n'mma no maye ni” Gilbert & Sullivan 1:15
The Mikado: Act II. “On a tree by a river a little tom tit” Gilbert & Sullivan 2:22
The Mikado: Act II. “See how the fates their gifts allot” Gilbert & Sullivan 2:10
The Mikado: Act II. “The flowers that bloom in the spring, tra la” Gilbert & Sullivan 1:36
The Mikado: Act II. Fanfare Gilbert & Sullivan 0:12