|Role||Voice type||Premiere Cast, March 31, 1875
(Piano accompaniment by: Chabrier)
|Fisch-Ton-Kan||tenor||A member of the Cercle de l'Union artistique|
|Poussah, tumbler toy||baritone||A member of the Cercle de l'Union artistique|
|Goulgouly, daughter of the prime minister Kaout-Chouc||soprano||Mme Priola (?), also a member|
|Kakao, Emperor of China||baritone||A member of the Cercle de l'Union artistique|
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