W.A. Mozart – Opera Palette (Aria and Ensemble)
W.A. Mozart – Opera Palette (Aria and Ensemble) by Music College Master Course Students
Le nozze di Figaro (The Marriage of Figaro), K492 – Aria and Ensemble
Act I No. 1: Duettino - Cinque...dieci...venti...trenta
Act I No. 2: Duettino - Se a caso madama la notte ti chiama
Act I No. 5: Duettino - Via resti sevita, madama brillante
Act I No. 7: Terzetto - Cosa sento! Tosto andate
Act II No. 11: Cavatina - Porgi amor qualche ristoro
Act II No. 12: Arietta - Voi, che sapete
Act II No. 14: Terzetto: Susanna, or via, sortite
Act II No. 15: Duettino - Aprite, presto, aprite
Act II No. 16: Finale - Esci omai, garzon malnato
Act II No. 16: Susanna!...Signore
Act III No. 17: Duettino - Crudel! Perché finora
Act III No. 20: Recitativo & Aria - E Susanna non vien!...Dove sono i bei momenti
Act III No. 21: Duettino - Canzonetta sull aria...Che soave zeffiretto
Act IV No. 24: Cavatina - L'ho perduta...me meschina...
Act IV No. 28: Recitativo & Aria - Giunse al fin il momento...Deh, vieni, non tardar
Act IV No. 29: Finale - Pian pianin le andro più presso
W.A. Mozart – Cosi fan tutte
The details will be announced later.
Senzoku Gakuen, College of Music
Opera Master course students
1min walk from Mizunokuchi Station (East Exit) on the Tokyu Denen Toshi Line (13mins from Shibuya Station on the express service)
1min walk from Mizunokuchi Station (East Exit) on the Tokyu Oimachi Line (21mins from Oimachi Station on the express service, 11mins from Jiyugaoka on the express service)
16:30 Meeting time
16:45 Group Supper
17:45 Move to the concert Hall
18:00 Door open
18:30 Concert Starts
21:00 Concert Close
The Marriage of Figaro
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Marriage of Figaro (Italian: Le nozze di Figaro, pronounced [le ˈnɔttse di ˈfiːɡaro]), K. 492, is an opera buffa (comic opera) in four acts composed in Protected content Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, with an Italian libretto written by Lorenzo Da Ponte. It premiered at the Burgtheater in Vienna on 1 May Protected content . The opera's libretto is based on a stage comedy by Pierre Beaumarchais, La folle journée, ou le Mariage de Figaro ("The Mad Day, or The Marriage of Figaro"), which was first performed in Protected content . It tells how the servants Figaro and Susanna succeed in getting married, foiling the efforts of their philandering employer Count Almaviva to seduce Susanna and teaching him a lesson in fidelity.
The opera is a cornerstone of the repertoire and appears consistently among the top ten in the Operabase list of most frequently performed operas.
Così fan tutte
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Così fan tutte, ossia La scuola degli amanti (Italian: [koˈzi ffan ˈtutte osˈsiːa la ˈskwɔːla deʎʎ aˈmanti; koˈsi]; Thus Do They All, or The School for Lovers), K. 588, is an Italian-language opera buffa in two acts by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart first performed on 26 January Protected content the Burgtheater in Vienna, Austria. The libretto was written by Lorenzo Da Ponte who also wrote Le nozze di Figaro and Don Giovanni.
Although it is commonly held that Così fan tutte was written and composed at the suggestion of the Emperor Joseph II, recent research does not support this idea. There is evidence that Mozart's contemporary Antonio Salieri tried to set the libretto but left it unfinished. In Protected content , John Rice uncovered two terzetti by Salieri in the Austrian National Library.
The title, Così fan tutte, literally means "Thus do all [women]" but is usually translated into English as "Women are like that". The words are sung by the three men in act 2, scene 13, just before the finale; this melodic phrase is also quoted in the overture to the opera. Da Ponte had used the line "Così fan tutte le belle" earlier in Le nozze di Figaro (in act 1, scene 7).