Aida by Burton D. Fisher PDF

By Burton D. Fisher

ISBN-10: 0585427011

ISBN-13: 9780585427010

ISBN-10: 1930841876

ISBN-13: 9781930841871

Entire LIBRETTO of Verdi's AIDA, that includes a brand new TRANSLATION, and track spotlight examples.

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Radames: I am already ready to die! Amneris: Chi ti salva, sciagurato, dalla sorte che t’aspetta? In furore hai tu cangiato un amor ch’egual non ha. De’ miei pianti la vendetta ora il ciel si compirà. Amneris: Who will save you, o wretch, from the fate that awaits you? In a fury you have changed a love that has no equal. Heaven will now exact revenge for my tears. Radames: È la morte un ben supremo. Se per lei morir m‘e dato nel subir l’estremo fato gaudi immensi il cor avrà. L’ira umana più non temo, Temo sol la tua pietà.

Dinanzi ai Numi, agl’uomini, né vil, né reo mi sento. Profferse il labbro incauto fatal segreto, è vero, ma puro il mio pensiero e l’onor mio restò. Radames: The judges will never hear excuses from my voice; I feel neither vile nor guilt before men and the gods. It is true that my incautious lips uttered the fatal secret, but my thoughts are pure and my honor remains. Amneris: Salvati dunque e scolpati. Amneris: Then save and exculpate yourself. Radames: No. Radames: No. AIDA Page 41 Amneris: Tu morrai.

Amonasro: Oh fury! Ramfis: Guardie, olà! Ramphis: Guards, here! Radames: Presto! Fuggite! Radames: (to Aida and Amonasro) Quickly. Flee! Amonasro: Vieni, o figlia! Amonasro: (taking Aida with him) Come, oh daughter! Ramfis: L’inseguite! Ramphis: (to the Guards) Follow them! Radames: Sacerdote, io resto a te. Radames: (to Ramphis) Priest! I remain with you. OPERA JOURNEYS LIBRETTO SERIES Page 40 ACT IV - Scene 1 A Hall in the King’s Palace. There is a large gate which opens on the subterranean hall of judgment; a passage leads to the prison of Radames.

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