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9 thoughts on “ La Donna É Mobile (Rigoletto) - Various - Great Voices Of The Century - The Great Tenors (CD)

  1. Verdi: Rigoletto Act 3 ‘La Donna è Mobile’ Pavarotti sang the Duke in Rigoletto many times, from his early days well into his maturity as a singer, and perhaps most notably of all in a film.
  2. Oct 05,  · "La donna" is not really much of a vocal showpiece, except for the high-B natural with which most tenors end the piece. As it happens, that note doesn't appear in the score.
  3. Great Voices Of The Century Tenors. The Greatest Arias -Vol.1, an album by Various Artists on Spotify We and our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes.
  4. Rigoletto: "La donna è mobile" by Enrico Caruso. Rigoletto: "La donna è mobile" Midway towards this CD one hears annoying crackling and noises because they were transferred before modern recording techiniques were available. The music is great and we get a glimpse of the great singers, however, the scratchy, grating, noises are annoying /5(5).
  5. La donna è mobile. Qual piuma al vento, muta d'accento e di pensiero. Woman is flighty. Like a feather in the wind, she changes in voice and in thought. Sempre un amabile, leggiadro viso, in pianto o in riso, è menzognero. Always a lovely, pretty face, in tears or in laughter, it's untrue. La donna è mobil'. Qual piuma al vento, muta d.
  6. Jan 06,  · The aria for lyric tenors known as "La donna e mobile" is the centerpiece of the opera "Rigoletto," Giuseppe Verdi's twisted tale of lust, desire, love, and deceit. Composed between and , Rigoletto was adored by audiences when it first premiered at La Fenice in Venice on March 11, , and even now, over years later, it is one of the world's most performed operas.
  7. "La donna e mobile": The follow up to "Questa o quella" finds Bergonzi again in good voice. His voice moves easily from register to register. His version of this well known work compares well with the best tenors of all time. The final high note sounds rich indeed. "Bella figlia dell'amore": One of the great ensemble pieces in all of opera/5(38).
  8. With Rigoletto, Verdi reached a new level in his career; his next two operas, Il trovatore and La traviata, exhibit comparable artistry. Each of the three remains a staple of the operatic repertoire. The opera’s best-known aria is “La donna è mobile,” in which the womanizing Duke of Mantua muses upon the fickleness of women.
  9. All of Pavarotti's most acclaimed stage roles are here: Cavardossi in Tosca, the Duke in Rigoletto (a perfect "La donna è mobile" to begin the program), and, of course, Calaf in Turandot, with the "Nessun dorma" to end all "Nessun dormas." Disc 2 offers a different kind of pleasure: popular Italian songs by Tosti, Bixio, and di Capua ("'O sole Price: $

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