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The vocal repertoire of the 20 th century--including works via Schoenberg, Boulez, Berio, Larsen, and Vercoe--presents intriguing possibilities for singers to stretch their abilities and display their vocal flexibility. modern composers may be very difficult of vocalists, requiring them to recite, trill, and whisper, or to learn non-traditional ratings.
Following the profitable volumes of music on checklist, this ebook surveys all of the recordings of significant choral works from the Monteverdi Vespers to Britten's struggle Requiem. dialogue of some of the interpretations on checklist is preceded, in every one bankruptcy, by way of expert feedback of the paintings involved, including--where appropriate--a explanation of variations, revisions, and so on.
A accomplished consultant to Mozart's the wedding of FIGARO, that includes a NEWLY TRANSLATED LIBRETTO with tune EXAMPLES, critical Characters, short tale Synopsis, tale Narrative with song spotlight Examples, a Discography, a Videography, a Dictionary of Opera and Musical phrases, and insightful remark and research.
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DREI KNABEN: Dies kundzutun, steht uns nicht an: Sei standhaft, duldsam und verschwiegen! Bedenke dies; kurz, sei ein Mann, Dann, Jüngling, wirst du männlich siegen. THE THREE YOUTHS: We don’t know, but just be steadfast, patient and discreet! In short, think of this: be a man, and you, young man, will succeed like a man. The Three Youths depart, leaving Tamino alone. The Magic Flute Libretto Act I Page 63 TAMINO: Die Weisheitslehre dieser Knaben Sei ewig mir ins Herz gegraben. Wo bin ich nun? Was wird mit mir?
Tamino hides behind a tree. Papageno arrives, dressed in feathers. He carries a large bird cage on his back that is filled with various birds. In his hands he holds a small flute. PAPAGENO: Der Vogelfänger bin ich ja, stets lustig, heisa, hopsasa! Ich Vogelfänger bin bekannt bei Alt und Jung im ganzen Land. Weiß mit dem Locken umzugehn und mich auf’s Pfeifen zu verstehn. Drum kann ich froh und lustig sein, denn alle Vögel sind ja mein. PAPAGENO: I’m the bird-catcher, who’s always happy! Hi ho! I’m known all over by young and old.
Opera Classics Library Series Page 30 Tamino agrees to undertake Pamina’s rescue. To help him, the Three Ladies furnish him with a magic flute, explaining that when in danger, the sounds from the flute will protect its bearer and ensure his safety. Papageno is assigned to accompany Tamino. The Three Ladies remove the padlock from his lips, and sternly warn him about future lying: Papageno promises never to lie again. The Three Ladies give Papageno a glockenspiel (chimes), whose magic power, like Tamino’s flute, will protect him when in danger.