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Schiudete ire al carcere Monteron

Opera details:

Opera title:

Rigoletto

Composer:

Giuseppe Verdi

Language:

Italian

Synopsis:

Rigoletto Synopsis

Libretto:

Rigoletto Libretto

Translation(s):

English Deutsch

Scene details:

Type:

Not entered yet.

Role(s):

Count Monterone / Rigoletto / Gilda

Voice(s):

Baritone / Baritone / Soprano

Act:

3.07a

Previous scene: Piangi fanciulla
Next scene: Si vendetta

Rigoletto: Schiudete ... ire al carcere Monterone dee

Singer(s): Renato Bruson Andrea Rost

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Rigoletto: Schiudete ... ire al carcere Monterone dee · Riccardo Muti · Renato Bruson · Giorgio Giuseppini · Ernesto Panariello · Giuseppe Verdi · Orchestra del Teatro alla Scala · Roberto Alagna · Andrea Rost · Dimitri Kavrakos · Mariana Pentcheva · Antonella Trevisan · Silvestro Sammaritano · Ernesto Gavazzi · Antonio De Gobbi · Nicolletta Zanini · Marilena Laurenza · Milan La Scala Chorus

Verdi: Rigoletto

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Librettist: Francesco Maria Piave
Producer: David Mottley

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Libretto/Lyrics/Text/Testo:

Entra un usciere seguito dal Conte di Monterone, che attraversa il fondo della sala fra gli alabardieri.

USCIERE
Schiudete! ire al carcere Monteron dee.

MONTERONE
fermandosi verso il ritratto
Poiché fosti invano da me maledetto,
Né un fulmine o un ferro colpiva il tuo petto,
Felice pur anco, o Duca, vivrai.

Esce fra le guardie dal mezzo.

English Libretto or Translation:

Preceded by an usher, Count Monterone enters between two halberdiers and crosses the back of the room.

USHER
Open up: Monterone is to go to the dungeon.

MONTERONE
halting before the Duke's portrait
Since my curse has been in vain,
and neither steel nor thunderbolt has struck
your breast, you will live on, o Duke, in happiness.

He goes out through the center between the guards.

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