Così fan tutte, K.588, Act I, Scene Three: No. 15 Aria: Non siate ritrosi, occhietti vezzosi (Guglielmo) · Sir Geraint Evans/New Philharmonia Orchestra/Otto Klemperer
Mozart: Così fan tutte
? 1972 Warner Classics, Warner Music UK Ltd Digital remastering (p) 1991 Warner Classics, Warner Music UK Ltd
Bass- Baritone: Sir Geraint Evans Bass- Baritone Vocals: Sir Geraint Evans Choir: John Alldis Choir Chorus: John Alldis Conductor: Otto Klemperer Lead Vocals: Margaret Price Lead Vocals: Yvonne Minton Lead Vocals: Lucia Popp Lead Vocals: Luigi Alva Lead Vocals: Sir Geraint Evans Lead Vocals: Hans Sotin Lead Vocals: John Alldis Choir Lead Vocals: New Philharmonia Orchestra Lead Vocals: Otto Klemperer Librettist: Lorenzo Da Ponte Mezzo-soprano Vocals: Yvonne Minton Musicians: Otto Freudenthal Orchestra: New Philharmonia Orchestra Performed by: Hans Sotin Produced by: Marty Friedman Producer: Suvi Raj Grubb Soprano Vocals: Margaret Price Soprano Vocals: Lucia Popp Tenor Vocals: Luigi Alva Composer: Lorenzo da Ponte Composer: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
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GUGLIELMO Non siate ritrosi, Occhietti vezzosi; Due lampi amorosi Vibrate un po' qua.
Felici rendeteci, Amate con noi; E noi felicissime Faremo anche voi.
Guardate, Toccate, Il tutto osservate: Siam forti e ben fatti, E come ognun vede, Sia merto, sia caso, Abbiamo bel piede, Bell'occhio, bel naso;
Guardate, bel piede, osservate, bell'occhio, Toccate, bel naso, il tutto osservate:
E questi mustacchi Chiamare si possono Trionfi degli uomini, Pennacchi d'amor.
Fiordiligi e Dorabella partono con collera
English Libretto or Translation:
No. 15 - Aria
GUGLIELMO Be not wayward, Dear beguiling eyes; Let two loving lightning flashes Strike for a moment here. Make us happy, And love with us; And we will make you in return The happiest of women. Look at us, Touch us, Take stock of us: We're crazy but we're charming, We're strong and well made, And as anyone can see, Whether by merit or by chance, We've good feet, Good eyes, good noses. Look, good feet; note, good eyes; Touch, good noses; take stock of us; And these moustaches Could be called Manly triumphs, The plumage of love.