Audio Recording Gems from The Mikado Mikado. Selections / Part 1 / Behold the Lord High Executioner ; The flowers that bloom in the spring ; Three little maids ; Tit willow ; He's gone and married Yum-Yum ; With joyous shout

Gems from The Mikado

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Gems from The Mikado
Other Title
Mikado. Selections
Part 1
Behold the Lord High Executioner ; The flowers that bloom in the spring ; Three little maids ; Tit willow ; He's gone and married Yum-Yum ; With joyous shout
Vocal chorus and soloists, with orchestra
Contributor Names
Porter, Steve -- Vocalist -- Baritone Vocal
Kitchell, Charles W. -- Vocalist
Shaw, Elliott -- Vocalist -- Baritone Vocal
Hart, Charles -- Vocalist -- Tenor Vocal
Hooley, William F. -- Vocalist -- Bass Vocal
Victor Light Opera Company -- Vocal Group
Dunlap, Marguerite -- Vocalist -- Contralto
Bieling, John H. -- Vocalist -- Tenor Vocal
Croxton, Frank -- Vocalist -- Bass Vocal
Baker, Elsie -- Vocalist -- Contralto
Kline, Olive -- Vocalist -- Soprano Vocal
Harrison, Charles -- Vocalist -- Tenor Vocal
Marsh, Lucy Isabelle -- Vocalist -- Soprano Vocal
Macdonough, Harry -- Vocalist -- Tenor Vocal
Rice, Gladys -- Vocalist -- Soprano Vocal
Murphy, Lambert -- Vocalist -- Tenor Vocal
Wheeler, William -- Vocalist -- Tenor Vocal
Werrenrath, Reinald -- Vocalist -- Baritone Vocal
Rogers, Walter B. -- Conductor
Wheeler, Elizabeth -- Vocalist -- Soprano Vocal
Pasternack, Josef -- Conductor
Bourdon, Rosario -- Conductor
Sullivan, Arthur -- Composer
Gilbert, W. S. -- Librettist
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Recording Matrix Number
C-8907 (Matrix ID)
Recording Take Number
Recording Date
Recording Location
Camden, New Jersey
Recording Repository
Source of original recording: Recorded Sound Section, Library of Congress.
Rights Advisory
Inclusion of the recording in the National Jukebox, courtesy of Sony Music Entertainment
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Chicago citation style:

Porter, Steve, Charles W Kitchell, Elliott Shaw, Charles Hart, William F Hooley, Victor Light Opera Company, Marguerite Dunlap, et al. Gems from The Mikado. 1921. Audio.

APA citation style:

Porter, S., Kitchell, C. W., Shaw, E., Hart, C., Hooley, W. F., Victor Light Opera Company [...] Gilbert, W. S. (1921) Gems from The Mikado. [Audio] Retrieved from the Library of Congress,

MLA citation style:

Porter, Steve, et al. Gems from The Mikado. 1921. Audio. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <>.

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