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Que le diable soit de vos deux maisons

Opera details:

Opera title:

Romeo et Juliette

Composer:

Charles Gounod

Language:

French

Synopsis:

Romeo et Juliette Synopsis

Libretto:

Romeo et Juliette Libretto

Translation(s):

English Deutsch

Sextet details:

Type:

sextet,choir

Role(s):

Mercutio / Roméo / Count Capulet / Mercutio / Benvolio / Tybalt / Choir

Voice(s):

Baritone / Tenor / Bass / Baritone / Tenor / Tenor

Act:

3.08a

Previous scene: Capulet race immonde
Next scene: Ah! jour de deuil et d'horreur

Romeo and Juliette, Act III: Que le diable soit de vos deux maisons

Singer(s): Simon Keenlyside Roberto Alagna José van Dam Alain Fondary Didier Henry Yann Beuron

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Romeo and Juliette, Act III: Que le diable soit de vos deux maisons · Roberto Alagna/Simon Keenlyside/Alain Fondary/Daniel Galvez-Vallejo/Guy Fletcher/Choeurs du Capitole de Toulouse/Orchestre du Capitole de Toulouse/Michel Plasson

Gounod: Roméo et Juliette

℗ 1998 Warner Classics, Warner Music UK Ltd

Bass: Alain Fondary
Bass- Baritone: Daniel Galvez-Vallejo
Bass- Baritone: Simon Keenlyside
Bass- Baritone Vocals: Simon Keenlyside
Bass- Baritone Vocals: Daniel Galvez-Vallejo
Bass- Baritone Vocals: Christophe Fel
Choir: Choeur Du Capitole De Toulouse
Chorus: Choeurs du Capitole de Toulouse
Chorus: Choeur Du Capitole De Toulouse
Conductor: Wolff
Conductor: Michel Plasson
Lead Vocals: Angela Gheorghiu
Lead Vocals: José Van Dam
Lead Vocals: Marie-Ange Todorovitch
Lead Vocals: Simon Keenlyside
Lead Vocals: Alain Fondary
Lead Vocals: Claire Larcher
Lead Vocals: Daniel Galvez-Vallejo
Lead Vocals: Michel Plasson
Lead Vocals: Didier Henry
Lead Vocals: Calan Ve Okuyan
Lead Vocals: Alain Vernhes
Lead Vocals: Anne Constantin
Lead Vocals: Doris Lamprecht
Lead Vocals: Yann Beuron
Lead Vocals: Christophe Fel
Lead Vocals: Choeur Du Capitole De Toulouse
Lead Vocals: Orchestre du Capitole de Toulouse
Lead Vocals: Wolff
Orchestra: Orchestre Du Capitole De Toulouse
Produced by: David Groves
Producer: David Groves
Soprano Vocals: Angela Gheorghiu
Soprano Vocals: Marie-Ange Todorovitch
Soprano Vocals: Claire Larcher
Soprano Vocals: Didier Henry
Soprano Vocals: Anne Constantin
Soprano Vocals: Doris Lamprecht
Tenor Vocals: Jose Van Dam
Tenor Vocals: José Van Dam
Tenor Vocals: Guy Fletcher
Tenor Vocals: Calan Ve Okuyan
Tenor Vocals: Alain Vernhes
Tenor Vocals: Yann Beuron
Vocals: Guy Flechter
Vocals: Roberto Alagna
Composer: Charles Gounod

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Libretto/Lyrics/Text/Testo:

Tybalt et Mercutio croisent le fer.

MERCUTIO
Ah! blessé!

ROMÉO
Blessé!

MERCUTIO
Que le diable soit de vos deux maisons!
Pourquoi te jeter entre nous?

ROMÉO
Ô sort impitoyable!
à ses amis
Secourez-le!

MERCUTIO (chancelant)
Soutenez-moi!

On emporte Mercutio qui succombe. Roméo, après l'avoir suivi des yeux pendant quelques instants, redescend la scène et, s'abandonnant tout entier à sa rage, il s'écrie:

ROMÉO
Ah! maintenant remonte au ciel prudence infâme!
Et toi, fureur à l'œil de flamme,
Sois de mon cœur l'unique loi!
tirant son épée
Tybalt! Il n'est ici d'autre lâche que toi!
Ils croisent le fer.
À toi!

Tybalt est touché et chancelle; Capulet entre en scène, court à lui et le soutient dans ses bras. On cesse de se battre.

CAPULET
Grand Dieu! Tybalt!

BENVOLIO
à Roméo
Sa blessure est mortelle!
Fuis sans perdre un instant!

ROMÉO
à part
Ah! qu'ai-je fait? moi! fuir, maudit par elle!

BENVOLIO
C'est la mort qui t'attend!

ROMÉO
avec désespoir
Qu'elle vienne donc, je l'appelle!

TYBALT
à Capulet d'une voix expirante
Un dernier mot! est sur votre âme exaucez-moi!

CAPULET
solennement
Tu seras obéis, je t'en donne ma foi!

Une foule de bourgeois a envahi la scène.

CHŒUR
Qu'est-ce donc? qu'est-ce donc? c'est Tybalt!
Il meurt!

CAPULET
à Tybalt
Reviens à toi!

English Libretto or Translation:

Tybalt and Mercutio cross the iron.

MERCUTIO
Ah! injured!

ROMEO
Injured!

MERCUTIO
May the devil be from your two houses!
Why throw yourself between us?

ROMEO
O pitiless fate!
to his friends
Rescue it!

MERCUTIO (staggering)
Support me!

We take Mercutio who succumbs. Romeo, having followed her with his eyes for a few moments, goes down again, and, abandoning himself entirely to his rage, exclaims:

ROMEO
Ah! now goes back to Heaven infamous prudence!
And you, fury with the flame eye,
Be of my heart the only law!
pulling his sword
Tybalt! There is no other coward than you!
They cross the iron.
Yours!

Tybalt is touched and staggered; Capulet enters the scene, runs to him and supports him in his arms. We stop fighting.

CAPULET
Good Lord! Tybalt!

BENVOLIO
at Romeo
His wound is deadly!
Flee without losing a moment!

ROMEO
apart
Ah! what did I do? me! run away, cursed by her!

BENVOLIO
It's death waiting for you!

ROMEO
with despair
Let her come, I call her!

TYBALT
at Capulet with an expiring voice
One last word! is on your soul answer me!

CAPULET
solemnly to
You will be obeyed, I give you my faith!

A crowd of bourgeois invaded the stage.

CHOIR
What is it? what is it? it's Tybalt!
He dies!

CAPULET
at Tybalt
Come back to you!

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