Libretto by Ranieri de’ Calzabigi Libretto by Hugo von Hofmannsthal. I Capuleti e i Montecchi, Tragedia lirica in due atti e quattro parti. I Capuleti e i Montecchi (The Capulets and the Montagues) This concert He was to use an existing libretto by Felice Romani, the greatest librettist of the day. Pria che le porte s’apran all’orde loro atroci, sui Capuleti indomiti Verona Prende Ezzelino istesso all’ire nostre parte, e de’ Montecchi sostenitor si svela.
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Early librettos divide the opera into four parts. Vieni, io ti sprezzo, e sfido Teco i seguaci tuoi ; Tu bramerai tra noi L’ alpi frappoete, e il librettto. In the background a great arch traverses. In qual terra t’ aggiri I Dove, dove inv’iarti i miei sospiri? Q AP 1 E avrai tu il vanto Cor’o.
Si ; mi abbraccia. The followers of the Capuleti family the “Guelfi” oppose the followers of the Montecchi family the “Ghibellini”. Hold capuldti be silent ; from all sides Crowds are running — each one is armed — Oh what a scene my heart foresees, Of cruelty and rage!
The ethereal lighting and projections, created by Guido Levialso deserves special recognition. At the stirring end to Act I, Bellini supplies a sublime quintet.
Her presence, together with a relatively weak male singers in the company, may have conditioned the choice of subject. Romeo accepts their challenge of war: Romeo reaches her and urges her to follow him. Through thee, of grief, she died ; At last contented is thy heart With this its reckless cruelty.
Vinto dalle preghiere di Giulietta, Romeo si parte per l’uscio segreto.
This file contains additional information such as Exif metadata which may have been added by the digital camera, scanner, or software program used to create or digitize it. Si, fhggire ; a noi Don resta Altro scampo in danno estremo. I see thee not. Romeo has blurted out his love for Giuietta, and time literally stops for each of the characters as they react to the impossible situation.
Fly — oh, fly — Rom. A solitary spot near Capulet’s Palace.
The Capuleti and Montecchi rush in to discover the dead lovers, with Capellio demanding who is responsible: Julieta se lanza a sus brazos. In a final cabaletta, the couple clings to each other. V amo, ah P amo, e mi e piu cara, Piu del sol che mi rischiara ; E riposta, e viva in lei Ogni gioja del mio cor.
E tu qual riedi? There united we shall live, Far from fears and human woes. A te creduta estinta, Tomba fla data ne’ paterni avelli.
As rays from thy bright eyes, The noon-tide splendour seems ; The air that breathes around, Thy breath appears to me.
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He then instructs his men to keep watch on Lorenzo of whom he is suspicious; they are ordered not to allow Lorenzo to have contact with anyone. Romeo se aleja velozmente Lorenzo lo sigue. A non sperato bene Si prepari quell’ alma. Io ti ootiosoo All’ audace montecchl, all’ ira estrema Che in me tu desti.
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Les Troyens Les Troyens: Us to thy aid a God hath guided, Romeo ; come, thy friends are nigh thee. A single accent more. He coaxes transparency from the chorus, an exemplary cast of principals, and the orchestra the horn and clarinet solos from Debra Rathke and Patricia Carde were this side of heavenly. Rinvenirlo io sapro ; ne feci il voto. Naturally this demands a great deal of the singers, including excellent breathing technique.
Peran gli audaci, ah!