Allora rinforzo i stridi miei

Opera details:

Opera title:

Don Giovanni

Composer:

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

Language:

Italian

Synopsis:

Don Giovanni Synopsis

Libretto:

Don Giovanni Libretto

Translation(s):

English Deutsch

Aria details:

Type:

recitative,aria

Role(s):

Donna Anna

Voice(s):

Soprano

Act:

1.17b

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Mozart: Don Giovanni, ossia Il dissoluto punito, K.527 / Act 1 - Allora rinforzo i stridi...

Singer: Renée Fleming

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Mozart: Don Giovanni, ossia Il dissoluto punito, K.527 / Act 1 - Allora rinforzo i stridi miei... Or sai chi l'onore · Renée Fleming · London Philharmonic Orchestra · Sir Georg Solti

Mozart: Don Giovanni - Highlights

℗ 1997 Decca Music Group Limited

Released on: 1997-01-01

Producer: Michael Woolcock
Studio Personnel, Balance Engineer: Neil Hutchinson
Studio Personnel, Balance Engineer: James Lock
Composer: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Author: Lorenzo Da Ponte

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Libretto/Lyrics/Text/Testo:

DONNA ANNA
Allora
rinforzo i stridi miei, chiamo soccorso;
fugge il fellon; arditamente il seguo
fin nella strada per fermarlo, e sono
assalitrice ed assalita: il padre
v'accorre, vuol conoscerlo e l'indegno
che del povero vecchio era più forte,
compiè il misfatto suo col dargli morte!

DONNA ANNA
Or sai chi l'onore
Rapire a me volse,
Chi fu il traditore
Che il padre mi tolse.
Vendetta ti chiedo,
La chiede il tuo cor.
Rammenta la piaga
Del misero seno,
Rimira di sangue
Coperto il terreno.
Se l'ira in te langue
D'un giusto furor.

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English Libretto or Translation:

DONNA ANNA
Aloud then I clamour'd for assistance,
Call'd on the household, he sought to fly,
But boldly I pursued him into the street,
That we might trace him,
(Becoming of my assailant assailer,)
'Twas there that my father straight-way challeng'd him,
And the villain, by whose strength he was easily overpower'd,
Stay'd not his guilty madness, gave him the deathblow.

The wretch now thou knowest,
Who sought my betraying,
And vengeance thou owest
My father's, my father's foul slaying.
For justice I sue thee;
I ask of thy troth, I ask of thy troth.
Remember when wounded,
His lifeblood was flowing,
Unsolaced, unshriven,
He heard not, he heard not my crying,
My heart will be riven,
If thou break thy oath.

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