By Burton D. Fisher
A finished consultant to Verdi's AIDA, that includes a newly translated LIBRETTO with track EXAMPLES, valuable Characters, short tale Synopsis, tale Narrative with song spotlight Examples, a Discography, a Videography, a Dictionary of Opera and Musical phrases, and insightful observation and research of the opera.
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Aida: (Ah! ) Radames: (Nel volto a lei balena lo sdegno ed il sospetto. ) Radames: (In her look she has disdain and dark suspicion. ) AIDA Amneris: (Rea schiava, trema! Ch’io nel tuo cor discenda! Ah! ) Page 49 Amneris: (Damned slave, tremble! Could I be the one your heart despises! Ah! ) The Pharaoh enters, preceded by his guards, and followed by Ramphis, Ministers, Priests, Captains and Officers.. Il Re: Alta cagion v’aduna, o fidi Egizi, al vostro Re d’intorno. Dai confin d’Etiopia un Messaggero dianzi giungea.
Glory to Egypt, glory! Ramfis, Sacerdoti: Agli arbitri supremi il guardo ergete; Grazie agli Dei rendete nel fortunato dì. Ramphis, Priests: The supreme judges raise their eyes to the victory. Render thanks to the gods on this fortunate day. (Pharaoh descends from the throne to embrace Radames) Il Re: Salvator della patria io ti saluto. Vieni, e mia figlia di sua man ti porga il serto trionfale. Pharaoh: Savior of our country, I salute you. Come, and my daughter will place the triumphal crown on you.
Ma la mia prece in bestemmia si muta... delitto è il pianto a me, colpa il sospir. In notte cupa la mente è perduta... e nell’ansia crudel vorrei morir. Numi, pietà del mio soffrir! Speme non v’ha pel mio dolor. Amor fatal, tremendo amor spezzami il cor, fammi morir! Numi, pietà del mio soffrir! Sacred gods of my loving father, I cannot utter, nor remember. confused, trembling. I want to weep, I want to pray. But my prayers are blasphemy... my tears a crime, my sighs a wrong. In the dense night, my mind is lost...
Aida (Opera Classics Library Series) (Opera Classics Library) by Burton D. Fisher