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Cheti cheti immantinente

Opera details:

Opera title:

Don Pasquale

Composer:

Gaetano Donizetti

Language:

Italian

Synopsis:

Don Pasquale Synopsis

Libretto:

Don Pasquale Libretto

Translation(s):

English Deutsch

Duet details:

Type:

duet

Role(s):

Dr Malatesta / Don Pasquale

Voice(s):

Baritone / Bass

Act:

3.10

Previous scene: Don Pasquale..cognato
Next scene: Aspetta aspetta cara sposina

Gaetano Donizetti Don Pasquale Pt13 Act 3 Scipio Colombo Lina Aymaro Melchiore Luise Juan Oncina

Singer(s): Scipio Colombo Juan Oncina

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Gaetano Donizetti Don Pasquale Pt13 Scipio Colombo Lina Aymaro Melchiore Luise Juan Oncina

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Pt's 10,11,12,13,14 Act 3


Gaetano Donizetti
Don Pasquale Part 10 Act3
Don Pasquale--Melchiore Luise
Doctor Malatesta--Scipio Colombo
Ernesto--Juan Oncina
Norina--Lina Aymaro
A Notary--Josef Schmiedinger
Vienna State Opera/.

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Don Pasquale, opera: Act 3. Scene 1.
I diamanti, presto, presto
Vediamo: alla modista cento scudi
Signorina, in tanta fretta, dove va
È finita, Don Pasquale
Via, caro sposino
Qualche nota di cuffie
Che interminabile andirivieni!
Siamo intesi... Sta bene
Cheti cheti immantinente
Aspetta, aspetta, cara sposina

Don Pasquale, opera: Act 3. Scene 2.
Com'è gentil - la notte a mezzo april!
Tornami a dir che m'ami
Eccoli: attenti ben...
Eccomi... A voi accorda Don Pasquale
Bravo, bravo, Don Pasquale!

Don Pasquale is an opera buffa, or comic opera, in three acts by Gaetano Donizetti. The librettist Giovanni Ruffini wrote the Italian libretto after Angelo Anelli's libretto for Stefano Pavesi's Ser Marcantonio (1810).
At the time of its composition, Donizetti had just been appointed music director and composer for the imperial court of Emperor Ferdinand I of Austria, and Don Pasquale was the 64th of an eventual 66 operas he composed.
The opera, in the tradition of opera buffa, harks back to the stock characters of the commedia dell'arte. Pasquale is recognizable as the blustery Pantalone, Ernesto as the lovesick Pierrot, Malatesta as the scheming Scapino, and Norina as a wily Columbina. The false Notary echos a long line of false officials as operatic devices.

Synopsis
Place: Rome
All the events of the opera take place in a single day. The young man Ernesto is in love with the lovely but penniless Norina and has refused to marry a "more suitable" woman chosen for him by his rich uncle Don Pasquale. The old man accordingly plans to wed and produce his own heirs, cutting Ernesto off from his inheritance. Pasquale's physician, Dr. Malatesta, suggests his sister, Sofronia, a convent girl, as the bride, all the while scheming to dupe the old man into allowing Ernesto's marriage to Norina. The Don happily accepts the proposal. Malatesta has Norina disguise herself as Sofronia and sign a fake marriage contract before a false notary. At this point Norina transforms from the shy convent girl into a complete shrew, turning Pasquale's life upside down, hiring hordes of new servants and spending money left and right. She makes life so miserable for the old man that he is actually relieved when he discovers that he has been duped, and that he has not really married Norina. He repudiates his desire for marriage and consents to the union of his nephew with Norina.

Act 3
Chorus: Bring the jewels at once; Duet between Pasquale and Norina: Dear wife, may I ask; Duet between Pasquale and the doctor: Softly in the dark. Change of scene: Ernestos serenade: As Luna laughs in the fragrant night; Duet between Ernesto and Norina Do I read in your looks ? Finale: Heaven, what do you say? This is Norina.

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Libretto/Lyrics/Text/Testo:

DON PASQUALE
dà segni d'inquietudine
Cheti, cheti, immantinente
nel giardino discendiamo;
prendo meco la mia gente,
il boschetto circondiamo;
e la coppia sciagurata
a un mio cenno imprigionata,
senza perdere
un momento conduciani dal podestà.

MALATESTA
lo direi.., sentite un poco.
Noi due soli andiam sul loco;
nel boschetto ci appostiamo,
ed a tempo ci mostriamo.
E tra preghi, tra minacce
d'avvertir l'autorità,
ci facciam dai due prometter
che la cosa resti là.

DON PASQUALE
È sì fatto scioglimento
poco pena al tradimento.

MALATESTA
Riflettete, è mia sorella.

DON PASQUALE
Vada fuor di casa mia,
altri patti non vo' far.

MALATESTA
È un affare delicato,
vuoi ben esser ponderato.

DON PASQUALE
Ponderate,
esaminate,
ma in mia casa non la vo'.

MALATESTA
Uno scandalo farete,
e vergogna poi ne avrete.

DON PASQUALE
Non importa.

MALATESTA
Non conviene, non sta bene:
altro modo cercherò.
riflette intanto

DON PASQUALE
imitandolo
Non sta bene, non conviene...
Ma lo schiaffo qui restò.
(pensano tutti e due)
lo direi...

MALATESTA
come inspirato
L'ho trovata!

DON PASQUALE
Benedetto! Dite presto.

MALATESTA
Nel boschetto quatti quatti ci appostiamo,
di là tutto udir possiamo.
S'è costante il tradimento
la cacciate su due pie'!

English Libretto or Translation:

DON PASQUALE
gives signs of disquiet
Cheti, ketis, immantinent
in the garden we descend;
I take my people with me,
the grove surrounds;
and the miserable couple
at a gesture of mine imprisoned,
without losing
a moment conduciani from the mayor. I would say

MALATESTA
.., feel a little.
We only two go on the spot;
in the grove we are lurking,
and in time we show ourselves.
And between prayers, amid threats
of warning authority, let
us promise the two of us to
stay there.

DON PASQUALE
Yes, it's done melting
little pain to betrayal.

MALATESTA
Reflect, it is my sister.

DON PASQUALE
Go out of my house,
other pacts I will not do.

MALATESTA
It's a delicate affair,
you want to be well thought out.

DON PASQUALE
Ponder,
examine,
but I do not want you in my house.

MALATESTA
A scandal you will do,
and shame then you will have it.

DON PASQUALE
It does not matter.

MALATESTA
It's not convenient, it's not good:
I'll try another way.
In the meantime, he thinks

DON PASQUALE
imitating him.
He is not well, it is not convenient ...
But the slap here remained.
(think both)
I would say ...

MALATESTA
as inspired
I found it!

DON PASQUALE
Benedict! Say soon.

MALATESTA
In the grove, four stitches are placed there,
from there we can all hear.
Betrayal is constant
, you hunt it on two paces!

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