By Burton D. Fisher
Whole LIBRETTO of Rossini's THE BARBER OF SEVILLE. a brand new TRANSLATION by means of Opera trips Publishing that includes track spotlight Examples put properly in the dramatic stream of the textual content.
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ROSINA: Now I feel better. This Figaro is a good man. Bartolo enters. BARTOLO: Insomma, colle buone, potrei sapere dalla mia Rosina. Che venne a far colui questa mattina? BARTOLO: Come here my good child, there’s something I want to ask you. Who was here with you this morning? ROSINA: Figaro? Non so nulla. ROSINA: Figaro? Nobody else. BARTOLO: Ti parlò? BARTOLO: Did he talk you? ROSINA: Mi parlò. ROSINA: He talked to me. BARTOLO: Che ti diceva? BARTOLO: What did he say to you? OPERA JOURNEYS LIBRETTO SERIES Page 34 ROSINA: Oh mi parlò di certe bagattelle del figurin di Francia, del mal della sua figlia Marcellina.
ROSINA: Ma chetatevi. ROSINA: But be quiet. CONTE: Lasciatemi! COUNT: Leave me alone! TUTTI: Gente! Aiuto, per pietà! ALL: People! Help, for heaven’s sake! Figaro enters carrying a basin under his arms. FIGARO: Alto là! Che cosa accadde signori miei? Che chiasso è questo? Eterni Dei! Già sulla piazza a questo strepito s’è radunata mezza città. FIGARO: What noise! Gentlemen, what has happened? What is this chaos? Eternal Gods! Half the city has gathered in the square because of this noise. ) BARTOLO: Quest’è un birbante!
BARTOLO: Dalla rabbia e dal dispetto io già crepo in verità. Ah, ch’io fo, se mi ci metto, qualche gran bestialità! BARTOLO: I’m ready to die in anger from his haughtiness. A man of my moderation doesn’t know how to deal with such a brute! ) Bartolo reads the letter. ) Rosina enters, shocked at the sight of the drunken soldier. ROSINA: Un soldato ed il tutore! Cosa mai faranno qua? ROSINA: A soldier and my guardian! What are they doing here? ) ROSINA: (Oh ciel! Che sento! ) ROSINA: (Oh Heavens!
The Barber of Seville (Opera Journeys Libretto Series) by Burton D. Fisher