La Bohème | Libretto | English Translation | cbm11.orgAmpia finestra dalla quale si scorge una distesa di tetti coperti di neve. A sinistra, un camino. Una tavola, un letto, un armadietto, una piccola libreria, quattro sedie, un cavalletto da pittore con una tela sbozzata ed uno sgabello: libri sparsi, molti fasci di carte, due candelieri. Uscio nel mezzo, altro a sinistra. Rodolfo guarda meditabondo fuori della finestra. Marcello lavora al suo quadro:"Il passaggio del Mar Rosso," con le mani intirizzite dal freddo.
Opera Lyrics - Anna Netrebko & Jonas Kaufmann ♪ O soave fanciulla (La Bohème, Puccini)
It is Christmas Eve. To revenge myself, I'll make Pharaoh drown! RODOLFO I'm watching a thousand Parisian chimneys smoking in the grey skies, pointing to the empty stove and thinking of that lazy old swindling stove living in idleness like a lord! A splendid idea. Let thought burst into flame. My drama, let my burning drama warm us. You turn me cold!
In , fifty years after the opera's premiere, Toscanini conducted a commemorative performance of it on radio with the NBC Symphony Orchestra. A recording of the performance was later released by RCA Victor on vinyl record, tape and compact disc. It is the only recording ever made of a Puccini opera by its original conductor see Recording history below. Although usually called a novel, it has no unified plot. Early in the composition stage Puccini was in dispute with the composer Leoncavallo , who said that he had offered Puccini a completed libretto and felt that Puccini should defer to him. Puccini responded that he had had no idea of Leoncavallo's interest and that having been working on his own version for some time, he felt that he could not oblige him by discontinuing with the opera. Leoncavallo completed his own version in which Marcello was sung by a tenor and Rodolfo by a baritone.
La bohème - opera by Giacomo Puccini; libretto with translations. Translation: William Fense Weaver © Capitol Records, Inc., Roles Rodolfo, a poet -.
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