Utopia Limited is the second-to-last of Gilbert and Sullivan's fourteen collaborations. Gilbert's libretto satirises limited liability companies, and particularly the idea that a bankrupt company could leave creditors unpaid without any liability to its owners. It performed much less frequently than most other G&S operas, mainly because the subject-matter and plot are too obscure for modern audiences.
Titles: In Lazy Languor Motionless * O Make Way for the Wise Men * In Every Mental Lore * Let All Your Doubts Take Wing * Quaff the Nectar * A King of Autocratic Power We * Although of Native Maids the Cream * Bold-Faced Ranger * First You're Born * Subjected to Your Heavenly Gaze * Oh, Maiden Rich in Girton Lore * Some Seven Men Form an Association * Ah! Gallant Soldier * It's Understood, I Think * Oh, Admirable Art * Although Your Royal Summons to Appear * Oh, Zara! * A Tenor, All Singers Above * Words of Love Too Loudly Spoken * Society Has Quite Forsaken * With Fury Deep We Burn * If You Think That When Banded in Unity * With Wily Brain * A Wonderful Joy Our Eyes to Bless * Then I May Sing and Play? * Oh, Would Some Demon Pow'r * When but a Maid of Fifteen Year * Ah, Lady Sophy, Then You Love Me! * Oh, Rapture Unrestrained * Upon Our Sea-Girt Land * There's a Little Group of Isles Beyond the Wave.