This section begins on the cue line 366 on the bottom half of page 23 and continues to the top of page 25, m394-5 only.
We skip Katisha’s aria, a wonderful expression of her loneliness, moving on to her attempt to reveal Nanki-Poo’s real identity.
These short pieces include the section where the chorus sings “O ni! bik-ku-ri shak-ku-ri to (“toe”) to drown out Katisha. Sopranos and tenors sing in unison; the altos and basses sing in unison one octave down. The piano always comes in on beat one and the chorus on beat 2, and you have to listen to the piano to get your pitch. Just run this section over and over until you get it.