The Favourite Songs Aria: Semplicetto! Act I, sc. Aria: Verdi prati, selve amene Act II, sc. Ombre pallide Act II, sc. Un momento di contento Act III, sc.
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If you vill not sing all de song vaat I give you, I will not pay you ein stiver. Auch die Rezitative waren meist noch nicht geschrieben. Vaghi fior, correnti rivi, La vaghezza, la bellezza Presto in voi si cangera.
Verdi prati, selve amene, Perderete la belta. Green meadows, pleasant woods, You will lose your beauty. And when the beloved vision will fade, everything will change into the former horrible appearance. Translation by: Aldo Boninsegna. New : Save your favorite arias, videos and singers!
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Alcina, HWV 34 (Handel, George Frideric)
Alcina pronounced ahl-CHEE-nah , a beautiful enchantress with a habit of turning people who annoy her into animals and inanimate objects, has succeeded in bewitching Ruggiero roo-JYEHR-oh , a handsome knight. Listen up for the many vocal flourishes used by the soprano. But when Bradamante shows up again and reveals her true self, Ruggiero doubts his own senses and worries that her image is yet another trick. Mio cor! My heart! But can these three righteous warriors succeed in their efforts? Will the vengeful and heartbroken Alcina let them go?
See also: Handel's lost Hamburg operas. Handel used the libretto of L'isola di Alcina , an opera that was set in in Rome by Riccardo Broschi , which he acquired the year after during his travels in Italy. It premiered on 16 April Like the composer's other works in the opera seria genre, Alcina fell into obscurity; after a revival in Brunswick in it was not performed again until a production in Leipzig in Since then Alcina has been performed on many of the world's stages.