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Gaetano Donizetti – L’Elisir D’Amore

Gaetano Donizetti – L’Elisir D’Amore

About the Opera:
L’elisir d’amore (The Elixir of Love) is a melodramma giocoso in two acts by the Italian composer Gaetano Donizetti. Felice Romani wrote the Italian libretto after Eugène Scribe’s libretto for Daniel-François-Esprit Auber’s Le philtre (1831). The premiere was at the Teatro della Canobbiana, Milan on 12 May 1832.
L’elisir d’amore is one of the most frequently performed of all Donizetti’s operas and there are a number of recordings. It appears as number twenty on Opera America’s list of the 20 most-performed operas in North America[1]. It contains the popular aria “Una furtiva lagrima,” one of the most famous and often-recited arias in all of opera.

Track List:
cd1
01. Preludio (3:32)
02. Act 1 – Scene 1: Bel conforto al mietitore – Giannetta, mietitori (1:22)
03. Act 1 – Scene 1: Quanto è bella, quanto è cara! – Nemorino (3:08)
04. Act 1 – Scene 1: Benedette queste carte! – Adina (4:34)
05. Act 1 – Scene 1: Come Paride vezzoso – Belcore (4:09)
06. Act 1 – Scene 1: Or se m´ami, com´io t´amo – Belcore (3:42)
07. Act 1 – Scene 1: Una parola, o Adina – Nemorino (7:04)
08. Act 1 – Scene 2: Che vuol dire cotesta suonata? – Donne (1:36)
09. Act 1 – Scene 2: Udite, udite o rustici – Dulcamara (7:07)
10. Act 1 – Scene 2: Ardir! Ha forse il cielo mandato – Nemorino (0:43)
11. Act 1 – Scene 2: Voglio dire, lo stupendo elisir – Nemorino (6:13)
12. Act 1 – Scene 2: Caro elisir! sei mio! – Nemorino (1:24)
13. Act 1 – Scene 2: Chi è mai quel matto? – Adina (1:45)
14. Act 1 – Scene 2: Esulti pur la barbara – Nemorino (4:10)
15. Act 1 – Scene 2: Tran tran tran tran – Belcore (3:11)
16. Act 1 – Scene 2: Signor sargente – Gianetta (2:37)
17. Act 1 – Scene 2: Adina, credimi, te ne scongiuro – Nemorino (7:06)
cd2
01. Scene 1: Cantiamo, facciam brindisi – Tutti (2:42)
02. Scene 1: Barcarole a due voce – Dulcamara (2:20)
03. Scene 1: Silenzio ! E qua il notaro – Belcore (3:54)
04. Scene 1: La donna e un animale stravagante – Belcore (2:24)
05. Scene 1: Ai perigli della guerra – Nemorino (4:57)
06. Scene 2: Saria possible – Contadine, Giannetta (3:44)
07. Scene 2: Cell ‘elisir mirabile – Nemorino (3:43)
08. Scene 2: Quanto amore! Ed io, spietata – Adina (6:18)
09. Scene 2: Una furtiva lagrima – Nemorino (6:02)
10. Scene 2: Prendi, per me sei libero – Adina (6:47)
11. Scene 2: Alto! Fronte ! Che vedo – Belcore (1:08)
12. Scene 2: Ei corregge ogni difetto – Dulcamara (1:35)

The Artists:

mp3, 320 kbps, cd ripping, 108:57 minutes
Covers, info & synopsis included.

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