Fernando De Lucia Loris's aria from Fedora "Amor ti vieta" 1902
Fernando De Lucia (1860-1925)
Fernando De Lucia Loris's aria from Fedora
"Amor ti vieta"
an operbathosa video
picture of Umberto Giordano
Role : Count Loris Ipanov,
Voice Part : tenor
Fach : spinto
Setting : a party at Fedora's house, Paris, France, late 19th century
Range : A4 to A5.
Tessitura : B4 to G4
Synopsis : Fedora has found out that Count Loris killed her fiance and swears to avenge his death. As the first step in her plan to capture Loris, she goes to Paris and attempts to get him to fall in love with her. Later, they are at a party at Fedora's house and he tells her that he truly loves her.
Amor ti vieta, Loris's aria from Fedora
Amor ti vieta di non amar...
Love itself bars you from not loving...
La man tua lieve che mi respinge,
Your light hand that repels me,
cerca la stretta della mia man:
still looks for the stroke of my hand:
la tua pupilla esprime: "T'amo"
your eyes exclaim: "I love you"
se il labbro dice: "Non t'amerň!"
even when your lips say: "I will not love you!"
Fernando De Lucia
Fernando De Lucia born and trained in Naples. His type of singing was influenced by Gayarre, Masini and Stagno. His long association with Mascagni, assisted Mascagni in creating roles in L'Amico Fritz, I Rantzau, Silvano and Iris. He appeared in the world premier of Giordano's Marcella.