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Vieni, l'aula è deserta ... (Jago/Cassio/Otello) · Alfredo Giacomotti
Verdi - Otello
℗ 1970 Warner Classics, Warner Music UK Ltd Digital remastering P 1994 Warner Classics, Warner Music UK Ltd
Bass: Alfredo Giacomotti
Bass: Leonardo Monreale
Bass- Baritone: Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau
Bass- Baritone: Glynne Thomas
Bass- Baritone Vocals: Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau
Bass- Baritone Vocals: Glynne Thomas
Boy Soprano: Anna Di Stasio
Boy Soprano: Dame Gwyneth Jones
Boy Soprano: James McCracken
Choir: Ambrosian Opera Chorus
Chorus: Ambrosian Opera Chorus
Conductor: Sir John Barbirolli
Lead Vocals: James McCracken
Lead Vocals: Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau
Lead Vocals: Alfredo Giacomotti
Lead Vocals: Leonardo Monreale
Lead Vocals: Glynne Thomas
Lead Vocals: Dame Gwyneth Jones
Lead Vocals: Anna Di Stasio
Lead Vocals: Ambrosian Opera Chorus
Lead Vocals: Upton House School Boy's Choir
Lead Vocals: Hammersmith County School Girl's Choir
Lead Vocals: New Philharmonia Orchestra
Lead Vocals: Sir John Barbirolli
Librettist: Arrigo Boito
Mezzo-soprano Vocals: Anna di Stasio
Orchestra: New Philharmonia Orchestra
Performance: Hammersmith County School Girl's Choir
Performance: Upton House School Boy's Choir
Performed by: Upton House School Boys' Choir
Performed by: Hammersmith County School Girls' Choir
Produced by: Ronald Kinloch Anderson
Producer: Ronald Kinloch Anderson
Soprano Vocals: James McCracken
Soprano Vocals: Dame Gwyneth Jones
Vocals: Florindo Andreolli
Vocals: Piero De Palma
Composer: Arrigo Boito
Composer: Giuseppe Verdi
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Otello nascosto, Jago e Cassio
Vieni, l'aula è deserta.
T'inoltra, o Capitano.
Questo nome d'onor suona ancor vano per me.
Fa cor, la tua causa è in tal mano
che la vittoria è certa.
Io qui credea di ritrovar Desdemona.
Ei la nomò!
Vorrei parlarle ancora,
per saper se la mia grazia è profferta.
Come; the hall’s deserted.
Enter, O Captain.
This honourable name
still rings hollow for me.
Take heart; your cause is in such hands
that victory is certain.
I had thought to have found Desdemona here.
He spoke her name!
I looked to speak further with her
to ask if I am pardoned.