Pish-Tush and the men of Titti-Pu explain to Nanki-Poo how the village has saved all the young men of the town from being beheaded for flirting. There are two set of pieces for practicing.
Set A. The altogether, tenor and bass pieces begin at measure 33, just before Pish-Tush (Carl) sings,
“And I expect you’ll all agree
That he was right to so decree.
And I am right, and you are right,
And all is right as right can be!”
The chorus comes in on measure 45, “And you are right, …” The altogether version is at concert tempo (very brisk). The pieces for the two parts are slower.
Set B. It begins at the same place, measure 33, but just continues through the first choral part, very slowly. Use this to insure you get the right entrance.