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Così Fan Tutte Soave Sia Il Vento (Trio, Act 1) - Various - Constellations (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. Check out Mozart: Così fan tutte, K / Act 1 - "Soave sia il vento" by Renée Fleming & Anne Sofie von Otter & Michele Pertusi & David Syrus & Chamber Orchestra Of Europe & Sir Georg Solti on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on asmaliralindtansedesucmonsrity.co
  2. Così fan tutte, Italian in full Così fan tutte, ossia La scuola degli amanti (“Thus Do They All, or the School for Lovers”; often translated as “All Women Do the Same”), comic opera in two acts by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart that premiered in Vienna on January 26, It is the last of his three operas with librettist Lorenzo da Ponte, the first two being The Marriage of Figaro (
  3. Watch movie and read libretto and translation of Soave sia il vento, a trio for bass, soprano and mezzo, from the Italian opera Cosi Fan Tutte by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.
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  5. Print and download in PDF or MIDI Soave sia il vento. August 23, slight change to copyright text.
  6. About 'Soave sia il vento from Cosi fan tutte (trio)' Artist: Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus (sheet music) Born: January 27, , December 5, Died: Salzburg, Vienna The Artist: A child prodigy, Mozart wrote his first symphony when he was eight years old and his first opera at He went on to write some of the most important masterpieces of.
  7. The music for Soave Sia Il Vento (from Cosi Fan Tutte) is available below. Soave Sia Il Vento (from Cosi Fan Tutte) was penned by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (also known as Johannes Chrysostomus Wolfgangus Theophilius Amadé Gottlieb). To preview a specific score you need to click on this button. If we have arrangements for a variety of.
  8. “Soave sia il vento” (“May the wind be gentle”) is a scene from Act 1 of Mozart’s opera Così fan tutte. Sung by the heroines, Dorabella and Fiordiligi, as they bid a bittersweet farewell to their lovers departing by sea, the aria features an exquisitely beautiful melody soaring over a fluid accompaniment suggesting currents of water and wind.

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