Rigoletto

La donna è mobile

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Published by William Hall & Son, 1855. Plate 3250 (New York).
"La donna è mobile" (The woman is fickle) is the Duke of Mantua's canzone from the beginning of act 3 of Giuseppe Verdi's opera Rigoletto (1851). The canzone is famous as a showcase for tenors. Raffaele Mirate's performance of the bravura aria at the opera's 1851 premiere was hailed as the highlight of the evening. Before the opera's first public performance (in Venice), the song was rehearsed under tight secrecy: a necessary precaution, as "La donna è mobile" proved to be incredibly catchy, and soon after the song's first public performance, every gondolier in Venice was singing it.
Mae'r testun uchod ar gael o dan drwydded y CC BY-SA 3.0. Mae'n defnyddio deunydd o erthygl Wicipedia "La donna è mobile".

Gwybodaeth am Rigoletto

Rigoletto (pronounced ) is an opera in three acts by Giuseppe Verdi. The Italian libretto was written by Francesco Maria Piave based on the play Le roi s'amuse by Victor Hugo. Despite serious initial problems with the Austrian censors who had control over northern Italian theatres at the time, the opera had a triumphant premiere at La Fenice in Venice on 11 March 1851.
Mae'r testun uchod ar gael o dan drwydded y CC BY-SA 3.0. Mae'n defnyddio deunydd o erthygl Wicipedia "Rigoletto".

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The Woman is Fickle, Women are Fickle, th:ลาดอนเอโมบิเล

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    • Tosca
      Vocal score (Italian)
    • Giacomo Puccini
    • Llais, Piano
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    • La traviata
      1. Introduzione
    • Giuseppe Fortunino Francesco Verdi
    • Piano
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    • Aïda
      Vocal score (Italian/English)
    • Giuseppe Fortunino Francesco Verdi
    • Llais, Cerddorfa
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    • La traviata
      17. Scena e duetto
    • Giuseppe Fortunino Francesco Verdi
    • Piano
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    • Aïda
      Hymn, March and Dance, Piano 1
    • Giuseppe Fortunino Francesco Verdi
    • Piano Duet