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8 thoughts on “ La Donna E Mobile (Woman Is Fickle) - John McCormack (2) - Goodbye (Lultima Canzone) (Vinyl)

  1. Directed by Mario Mattoli. With Ferruccio Tagliavini, Fioretta Dolfi, Carlo Campanini, Carlo Micheluzzi. A poor village teacher has a beautiful voice and on this he calculates for a future of glory, riches and love.
  2. John McCormack Elucian le Stelle No, La Donna e Mobile No Odeon Record Favourite Auctions.
  3. "La donna e mobile," which comes in Act IV, occupies only about 2 1/2 minutes of the opera's two-hour length. La donna 0e mobile Qual piuma al vento Muta d'accento E di pensiero" Very roughly.
  4. Mar 02,  · Woman is Fickle: La donna è mobile Qual piuma al vento, Muta d'accento, e di pensiero. Sempre un amabile, Leggiadro viso, In pianto o in riso, è menzognero. [Refrain] La donna è mobil qual piuma al vento, Muta d'accento e di pensier! e di pensier! e .
  5. "La donna è mobile" (Italian pronunciation: [la ˈdɔnna ɛ ˈmɔːbile], The woman is fickle) is the Duke of Mantua's canzone from the beginning of act 3 of Giuseppe Verdi's opera Rigoletto (). The inherent irony is that the Duke, a callous playboy, is the one who is mobile ("inconstant"). Its reprise towards the end of the opera is chilling, as Rigoletto realizes from the sound of the.
  6. Translation into English by Randall Garrou (added ) La donna è mobile, the Duke's aria from Rigoletto La donna è mobile, qual piùma al vento, Woman is fickle (movable), like a feather in the wind, muta d'accento, e di pensiero. she changes the tone of her voice (i.e., her accents), and her thoughts Sempre un amabile, leggiadro viso, Always a sweet, pretty face, in pianto o in riso.
  7. Mar 11,  · It is arguably the most misogynistic piece in all of opera, its text essentially calls women “fickle” and “small-minded.” And yet everyone revels in its sumptuous melody that has become opera’s most iconic number. When Verdi first composed “La Donna e mobile” for his “Rigoletto,” which premiered on March 11, , he hid it for tenor Raffaele Mirate because he { }.

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