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Viva viva Amina

Opera details:

Opera title:

La Sonnambula

Composer:

Vincenzo Bellini

Language:

Italian

Synopsis:

La Sonnambula Synopsis

Libretto:

La Sonnambula Libretto

Translation(s):

English Deutsch

Choir details:

Type:

choir

Role(s):

Choir

Voice(s):

Soprano / Baritone

Act:

1.01a

Next scene: Tutto e gioia tutto e festa

La sonnambula: Act I Scene 1: Coro d'Introduzione - Viva Amina! (Chorus)

Singer(s): Jeannette Sinclair Joan Sutherland Joseph Rouleau

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La sonnambula: Act I Scene 1: Coro d'Introduzione - Viva Amina! (Chorus) · Joseph Rouleau

Bellini: La sonnambula

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Released on: 2015-03-01

Artist: Joseph Rouleau
Artist: Noreen Barry
Artist: Joan Sutherland
Artist: Agostino Lazzari
Artist: Jeannette Sinclair
Artist: David Kelly
Artist: Robert Bowman
Choir: Royal Opera House Chorus, Covent Garden
Conductor: Tullio Serafin
Orchestra: Royal Opera House Orchestra, Covent Garden
Composer: Vincenzo Bellini

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Libretto/Lyrics/Text/Testo:

ATTO PRIMO

Villaggio.
In fondo al teatro si scorge il mulino di Teresa: un torrente ne fa girare la ruota.


SCENA PRIMA
All'alzarsi del sipario odonsi da lungi suoni pastorali e voci lontane che gridano: Viva Amina! sono gli abitanti del villaggio che vengono a festeggiare gli sponsali di lei.

CORO
interno
Viva! viva Amina!
La la la...
Evviva Amina!
Evviva ancor!
Ah!
Esce Lisa dall'Osteria, indi Alessio dai colli.

English Libretto or Translation:

ACT ONE

Village.
At the end of the theater you can see Teresa's mill: a stream makes the wheel spin.

FIRST SCENE
At the rising of the curtain, I hear from far off pastoral sounds and distant voices shouting: Viva Amina! they are the villagers who come to celebrate her nuptials.

CHOIR
indoor
Viva! live Amina!
La la la ...
Hurray Amina!
Long live again!
Ah!
Lisa leaves the Osteria, then Alessio from the hills.

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