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Senti l'ora e vicina

Opera details:

Opera title:

Tosca

Composer:

Giacomo Antonio Puccini

Language:

Italian

Synopsis:

Tosca Synopsis

Libretto:

Tosca Libretto

Translation(s):

English Deutsch

Aria details:

Type:

aria

Role(s):

Floria Tosca

Voice(s):

Soprano

Act:

3.07

Previous scene: O dolce mani
Next scene: Amaro sol per te m'era il morire

Tosca: Act III: O dolci mani - Senti l'ora e vicina - maro sol per te m'era morire...

Singer: Nelly Miricioiu

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Tosca: Act III: O dolci mani - Senti l'ora e vicina - maro sol per te m'era morire (Cavaradossi, Tosca, Un Carceriere) Nelly Miricioiu

Puccini: Tosca (Highlights)

? 1995 Naxos

Released on: 1995-03-17

Artist: Nelly Miricioiu
Artist: Giorgio Lamberti
Artist: Silvano Carroli
Artist: Andrea Piccinni
Artist: Miroslav Dvorsky
Artist: Jan Durco
Artist: Stanislav Benacka
Artist: Jozef Spacek
Choir: Slovak Philharmonic Chorus
Conductor: Alexander Rahbari
Orchestra: Slovak Radio Symphony Orchestra
Composer: Giacomo Puccini

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Libretto/Lyrics/Text/Testo:

TOSCA
svincolando le mani
Senti... l'ora vicina; io gi raccolsi
mostrando la borsa
oro e gioielli... una vettura pronta.
Ma prima... ridi amor... prima sarai
fucilato - per finta - ad armi scariche...
Simulato supplizio. Al colpo... cadi.
I soldati sen vanno... - e noi siam salvi!
Poscia a Civitavecchia... una tartana...
e via pel mar!

CAVARADOSSI
Liberi!

TOSCA
Chi si duole
in terra pi? Senti effluvi di rose?!...
Non ti par che le cose
aspettan tutte innamorate il sole?...

English Libretto or Translation:

TOSCA
disengaging her hands from his
Listen, the hour is near. I have already
Collected my gold and jewels. A carriage is waiting
But first Oh, laugh at this my love First
You will be shot, in play and pretence, with
Unloaded arms mock punishment.
Fall down at the shot,
The soldiers leave, and we are safe!
And then to Civitavecchia, and there a ship.
And we're away by sea!

CAVARADOSSI
Free!

TOSCA
Free!

CAVARADOSSI
Away by sea!

TOSCA
Where now have pain and sorrow fled?
Do you smell the aroma of the roses?
Do you feel that all things on the earth
Await the sun enamoured?

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