A quai strani perigli

Opera details:

Opera title:

Alcina

Composer:

Georg Handel

Language:

Italian

Synopsis:

Alcina Synopsis

Libretto:

Alcina Libretto

Translation(s):

English

Recitative details:

Type:

recitative

Role(s):

Melisso / Bradamante / Morgana

Voice(s):

Bass / Mezzo-Soprano / Soprano

Act:

1.23

Previous scene: La bocca vaga
Next scene: Tornami a vagheggiar

Alcina - Opera in three acts HWV34, Act I, Scenes 13-15: (13) Recit.: A quai strani perigli...

Singer: John Tomlinson

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Alcina - Opera in three acts HWV34, Act I, Scenes 13-15: (13) Recit.: A quai strani perigli (Melisso, Bradamante) - (14) Recit.: Fuggi, cor mio, ti affretta! (Morgana, Bradamante) - (15) Recit.: È forse il mio? (Morgana, Bradamante) · Kathleen Kuhlmann/Sir John Tomlinson/City of London Baroque Sinfonia/Richard Hickox

Handel: Alcina

℗ 1986 Warner Classics, Warner Music UK Ltd Digital remastering (p) 2006 Warner Classics, Warner Music UK Ltd

Bass: Sir John Tomlinson
Bass: John Tomlinson
Conductor: Richard Hickox
Lead Vocals: John Tomlinson
Lead Vocals: City Of London Baroque Sinfonia
Lead Vocals: Richard Hickox
Orchestra: City Of London Baroque Sinfonia
Producer: David R. Murray
Vocals: Kathleen Kuhlmann
Composer: George Frideric Handel
Lyricist: 18th-century Italian

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Libretto/Lyrics/Text/Testo:

MELISSO
a Bradamante
A quai strani perigli
n'espone il tuo parlar.

BRADAMANTE
Nell'altrui mal,
facile è dar consigli.


MORGANA
a Bradamante
Fuggi, cor mio, ti affretta!
Al geloso Ruggiero
concesse alfin l'innamorata maga
in belva di cangiarti.

BRADAMANTE
Va, lo ritrova, e digli
che Alcina non desio, che amarla
non saprei: che ardo per altro volto.

MORGANA
Io volo; è 'I mio.

BRADAMANTE
fra sé
Dia l'inganno ristoro al mio gran duolo.

English Libretto or Translation:

MELISSO
in Bradamante
What a strange peril
your talking is waiting for you.

BRADAMANTE
In the other,
it is easy to give advice.


MORGANA
in Bradamante
Flee, my dear, hurry up!
To the jealous Ruggiero
granted the enchanted sorceress to the end
in beast of cangiarti.

BRADAMANTE
Go, find it again, and tell him
that Alcina does not desire, that she loves her
I would not know: that I burn on another face.

MORGANA
I fly; it's' mine.

BRADAMANTE
to himself
Give the deception to my great duel.



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