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Dolce d'amor compagna speranza

Opera details:

Opera title:

La Finta giardiniera

Composer:

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

Language:

Italian

Synopsis:

La Finta giardiniera Synopsis

Libretto:

La Finta giardiniera Libretto

Translation(s):

English Deutsch

Aria details:

Type:

aria

Role(s):

Cavalier Ramiro

Voice(s):

Mezzo-Soprano

Act:

2.12

Previous scene: Sappi Arminda ben mio
Next scene: Credimi nipotina

Tatiana Troyanos - W.A.Mozart "La Finta Giardiniera" Dolce d'amor compagna speranza (in German)

Singer: Tatiana Troyanos

Tatiana Troyanos
W.A. Mozart "La Finta di Giardiniera"(Die Gärtnerin aus Liebe)
Ramiro Act II
Dolce d'amor compagna speranza (in German)

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La finta giardiniera - an Italian opera by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. Mozart wrote it in Munich in January 1775 when he was 18 years old and it received its first performance on January 13 at the Salvatortheater in Munich. There is debate over the authorship of the libretto; the current belief is that it was written by Giuseppe Petrosellini.
In 1780 Mozart converted the opera into a German Singspiel called Die Gärtnerin aus Liebe (also Die verstellte Gärtnerin), which involved rewriting some of the music. Until a copy of the complete Italian version was found in the 1970s, the German translation was the only known complete score.

Libretto/Lyrics/Text/Testo:

N. 18 - Aria

Larghetto (si bemolle maggiore)

Archi, 2 fagotti.

RAMIRO

Dolce d'amor compagna,

speranza lusinghiera,
in te quest'alma spera,
tutta riposa in te.

Tu mi sostieni in vita,

tu mi conduci in porto,
o amabile conforto
di mia sincera fé.

(parte)

Scena decima

Sala.
Il Podestà, Arminda, Serpetta, indi il Contino.

English Libretto or Translation:

N. 18 - Aria

Larghetto (B flat major)

Archi, 2 bassoons.

RAMIRO

Sweet of love companion,

hope flattering,
in you this hope hopes,
all rests in you.

You sustain me in life,

you lead me into port,
or amiable comfort
of my sincere fé.

(part)

Tithe scene

Room.
The Podestà, Arminda, Serpetta, then the Contino.

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Mozart Opera Arias: Mezzo-Soprano