Mozart’s Don Giovanni wasn’t the most moral character; this aria details his many sexual conquests. Madamina, il catalogo è questo. Synopsis: After Donna Elvira confronts Don Giovanni, who had betrayed her, Leporello tells her that she should forget him, and then produces a book of the. Watch movie and read libretto and translation of Madamina il catalogo e questo, an aria for bass from the Italian opera Don Giovanni by Wolfgang Amadeus.
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With the gray-haired ones their sweetness. Problems playing this file? Look here and read with me.
Translation by Leonora McClernan Inday aol. The aria’s two halves reverse the usual order of cavatina followed by cabaletta: Retrieved from ” https: Some commenters have found that several devices in the text and the music manage to convey a universal meaning, something beyond a simple, humorous list of women: A corresponding scene in which Don Giovanni’s servant expounds the catalogue of his master’s lovers was already present in several versions of Don Juan ‘s story, in opera, theatre and Commedia dell’arte: From France and from Spain there are more than I know: The big, tall women are paired with longer notes quarter and halfand the tiny, short women are expressed using melodic lines of sixteenth notes.
In Italy, six hundred and forty; In Germany, two hundred and thirty-one; A hundred in France; in Turkey, ninety-one; But in Spain already one thousand and three. Kierkegaard finds in this aria the true epic significance of the opera: Search all Search scenes Search operas Search roles Search composers. MP3’s for this aria. Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: E v’han donne d’ogni grado, And there are women of every class, D’ogni forma, d’ogni eta’.
But in Spain there are already a thousand and one.
Madamina il catalogo e questo | Don Giovanni | Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Possible interesting pages on Opera-Arias. Igovanni music really does emphasize the ridiculousness of the lyrics. He breaks this fast-paced rhythmic theme at the end of the first section when he begins to list the physical characteristics of the women using sustained half notes, which leads into the next section.
Sheetmusic for this opera. Sheetmusic for this aria. Observe, read along with me.
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart : Madamina from Don Giovanni
In questa forma dunque. With blondes it is his habit To praise their kindness; In brunettes, their faithfulness; In the white-haired, their sweetness. His greatest favourite Is the young beginner.
madqmina Don Juan El estudiante de Salamanca The theme of this last half of the aria is the descriptions of the women Don Giovanni prefers and seeks. Notify me of new posts via email. The melody of this section is monosyllabic and rhythmically driven. Home – Search the Database – Search Results.
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Language: V’han fra queste contadine, Cameriere, cittadine, V’han contesse, baronesse, Marchesine, principesse.
Mozart utilizes excellent word painting in this section. You are commenting using your Facebook account. Ripe duennas he engages, That their names may grace these pages, But what most he’s bent on winning, Is of youth the sweet beginning, Poor or wealthy, wan or healthy, Stately dame or modest beauty, He to win them makes his duty, And you know it, not in vain. He calls the tall ones majestic.