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FOLIO: La Traviata
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La Traviata scored for Orchestra
Parigi, o cara La Traviata, 9. Ah, Violetta! La Traviata.
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Show More Show Less. She is a woman whom the world has shunned, since she is a prostitute and high-class courtesan, suffering of tubercolosis, finding herself at last in a true and loving relationship with the Provencal Alfredo. Nevertheless, Alfredo's father Giorgio Germont attempts to seperate them because he is offended that Violetta has lived an immoral life.
Violetta and Alfredo are temporarily seperated and tension mounts in Act 2. But Act 3 finds Giorgio Germont finally willing to forgive and to allow Alfredo and Violetta to marry. Violetta has proven herself a noble, good-hearted woman but it is too late. She dies in Alfredo's arms. With so many recording of La Traviata out, a great recording can become a matter of taste. Violetta is Verdi's best example of characterization in opera.
The delicate strings that open the overture represent Violetta's deathly sickness and the overture continues with her declaration of love for Alfredo "Amami Alfredo" and staccato, trills and frivolous violins. Violetta in Act I is festive and care-free.
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Beverly Sills delivers this portion very superbly- in everything from the Brindisi to the tour de force scenes in private when she sings the melancholy A Fors E Lui and Sempre Libera coloratura showpiece that features elaborate roulades. Beverly Sills and Rolando Panerai, the baritone in the role of Germont, do a sensational job in the duet. Violetta is now desperate as Germont announces that she must leave Alfredo forever.
But in "Ditte A La Giovine" she is resigned and even self-sacrificing.
It's a moment of real beauty in the opera. Beverly Sills is Violetta. She knew the role more than anyone else. Her voice is the most I think of when I think of Violetta. In this recording, I feel that her best singing is towards the end, especially the Death Scene.
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No one can make the Death Scene sound so real as Beverly Sills. This means you get certain items including Alfredo's cabaletta "O mio rimorso" that are often excluded from other recordings. Gedda and Sills are two of my favorite singers and I think they are both in great form on this disc. Documents Entertainment Pop Culture Music 9 views. Flag for inappropriate content.
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