Gabriella Gatti 1948 (Gerald Moore, piano) Verdi "Stornello"(Rhyme) Italian(Full texts I/E)


vinyl Gabriella Gatti 1948 (Gerald Moore, piano) Verdi "Stornello"(Rhyme) Sung in Italian(Full texts I/E) Verdi "Stornello" Gabriella Gatti 1948 Gerald Moore, piano an operbathosa video Stornello Italian Tu dici che non m'ami... anch'io non t'amo... Dici non vi vuoi ben, non te ne voglio. Dici ch'a un altro pesce hai teso l'amo. Anch'io in altro giardin la rosa coglio. Anco di questo vo'che ci accordiamo: Tu fai quel che ti pare, io quel che voglio. Son libero di me, padrone è ognuno. Servo di tutti e non servo a nessuno. Costanza nell'amor è una follia; Volubile io sono e me ne vanto. Non tremo più scontrandoti per via, Né, quando sei lontan mi struggo in pianto. Come usignuol che uscì di prigionia Tutta la notte e il dì folleggio e canto. Rhyme English (Complete translation by Mario Giuseppe Genesi) You say that you don't love me, so I don't love you... You say that you reject me, so I reject you. You'll have your fish-hook set for other fishes So I will pick new roses in other gardens. Let us agree about it, now, together: You behave as you like an' I'll do as you do. I'll devote to myself, each one commands me, Servant to everyone, but I won't serve for anyone. A constant love affair is only madness Inconstantly I live with pride and boldness I won't be scared of you if I will meet you I won't cry anymore if you shall leave me, just like a nightingale out of his cage All night and day long I'll rejoice and twitter. Singable translation from Italian to English copyright © by Mario Giuseppe Genesi Gabriella Gatti (July 5, 1908 - October 22, 2003) was an Italian operatic soprano, primarily based in Italy and associated with the Italian repertory. Born Gabriella Pesci in Rome, where she studied voice and piano. She made her stage debut in 1934, at the Teatro dell'Opera di Roma in Monteverdi 's Orfeo. Thereafter she quickly appeared in all the major opera houses throughout Italy, most often in Rome and Florence, but also sang at the Teatro alla Scala in Milan, from 1938 to 1947. Her voice was lyrical in character, graceful in timbre and expression, and she stood as an example of the refined, classical style at a time when the opposite manner prevailed among Italian sopranos. She was admired in roles such as; Countess Almaviva, Semiramide, Mathilde, Desdemona, etc. She sang Marie at the Italian premiere of Wozzeck in Rome, in 1942. She can be heard in a few recordings , notably in Le nozze di Figaro, opposite Sesto Bruscantini, Alda Noni, Italo Tajo, and as Fenena in Nabucco. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gabriella_Gatti

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