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Ecco pur ch'a voi ritorno

Opera details:

Opera title:

L' Orfeo

Composer:

Claudio Monteverdi

Language:

Italian

Synopsis:

L' Orfeo Synopsis

Libretto:

L' Orfeo Libretto

Translation(s):

English Deutsch

Trio details:

Type:

trio

Role(s):

Orfeo / Pastore I / Pastore II

Voice(s):

Tenor / Tenor / Tenor

Act:

2.01

Previous scene: Alcun non sia
Next scene: Mira che sé n'alletta

Monteverdi: L'Orfeo / Act 2 - Sinfonia-Ecco pur ch'a voi ritorno

Singer(s): Helmut Krebs Fritz Wunderlich

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Monteverdi: L'Orfeo / Act 2 - Sinfonia-Ecco pur ch'a voi ritorno · Helmut Krebs · Fritz Wunderlich · Clemens Kaiser-Breme · Chor der Staatlichen Hochschule für Musik, Hamburg · Orchester der Sommerlichen Musiktage Hitzacker 1955 · August Wenzinger

Monteverdi: L'Orfeo

℗ 1956 Deutsche Grammophon GmbH, Berlin

Released on: 1997-01-01

Producer: Dr. Fred Hamel
Recording Producer: Harald Baudis
Editor: Heinrich Keilholz
Chorus Master: Adolf Detel
Author: Alessandro Striggio
Composer: Claudio Monteverdi

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Libretto/Lyrics/Text/Testo:

ORFEO
Ecco pur ch'a voi ritorno,
Care selve e piaggie amate,
Da quel sol fatte beate
Per cui sol mie notti han giorno.

Ritornello

PASTORE I
Mira ch'a sé n'alletta
L'ombra, Orfeo, di quei faggi,
Or che infocati raggi
Febo dal ciel saetta.

Ritornello

PASTORE II
Su quell'erbose sponde
Posiaimci e in vari modi
Ciascun sua voce snodi
Al mormorio dell'onde.

Ritornello

PASTORE I e PASTORE Il
In questo prato adorno
Ogni selvaggio nume
Sovente ha per costume
Di far lieto soggiorno.


Ritornello

Qui Pan, Dio de' pastori,
S'udì talor dolente
Rimembrar dolcemente
Suoi sventurati amori.

Ritornello

Qui le Napee vezzose,
Schiera sempre fiorita,
Con le candide dita
Fur viste a coglier rose.

English Libretto or Translation:

ORPHEUS
See now, I return to you,
dear woods and beloved hills,
made blessed by that sun
through whom alone my darkness is lightened.

Ritornello

FIRST SHEPHERD
Look, Orpheus, how the shade
of those beech trees invites us,
now that Phoebus darts
burning rays from heaven.

Ritornello

SECOND SHEPHERD
On these grassy banks
let us rest, and let each
in his own way let loose his voice
to the murmur of the waters.

Ritornello

FIRST & SECOND SHEPHERDS
In this flowery meadow
every sylvan deity
is often wont
to linger for his pleasure.

Ritornello

Here Pan, the shepherds' god,
has sometimes been heard lamenting,
sweetly recalling
his unrequited loves.

Ritornello

Here the charming dryads,
a company always decked with flowers,
have been seen gathering roses
with white fingers.

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