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Brings back old memories
I remember listening to this version of the Mikado when I was 10 years old, it was one of my father's records. It good to have an excellent copy of this performance in DSD
Title: Gilbert And Sullivan - The Mikado
Artist(s): Baritone Vocals – Alan Styler, Peter Pratt
Bass Vocals – Donald Adams, Kenneth Sandford, Owen Grundy
Conductor – Isidore Godfrey
Contralto Vocals – Ann Drummond-Grant
Libretto By – William Gilbert
Mezzo-soprano Vocals – Beryl Dixon
Orchestra – The New Symphony Orchestra Of London
Soprano Vocals – Jean Hindmarsh, Jennifer Toye
Tenor Vocals – Thomas Round
Recording Info: Producer: James Walker & Michael Williamson
Engineers: Kenneth Wilkinson & Alan Reeve
Recorded by Decca Nov 1957 at Kingsway Hall
No. 1 Act I (Pt. 1): Overture; If You Want To Know Who We Are; A Wandering Minstrel I; Our Great Mikado, Virtuous Man; Young Man, Despair; And Have I journeyed For A Month; Behold The Lord High Executioner!; Taken From The Country Jail; As Some Day It May Happen
No. 2 Act I (Concl.): Comes A Train Of Little Ladies; Three Little Maids From School Are We; So Please You, Sir; Were You Not To Ko-Ko Plighted; I Am So Proud; With Aspect Stern; Your Revels Cease!
No. 3 Act II (Pt. 1): Braid The Raven Hair; Sit With Downcast Eye; The Sun, Whose Rays; Brightly Dawns Our Wedding Day; Here's A How-de-do!; Miya Same, Miya Same; A More Humane Mikado
No. 4 Act II (Concl.): The Criminal Cried; See How The Fates; The Flowers That Bloom In The Spring; Alone, And Yet Alive!; On A Tree By A River A Little Tom-Tit; There Is Beauty In The Bellow Of The Blast; For He's Gone And Married Yum-Yum