Donizetti Linda di Chamounix 1957

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Serafin/Stella/Corsi/Taddei/Valletti/Barbieri

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First Act “The Departure from Chamounix”. The story is set in Chamounix in Savoy around 1760. Maddalena, a dairymaid, is waiting for her husband, Antonio, to return from the castle of the marquis of Boisfleury. The family is in financial trouble and Antonio has asked the marquis to intercede on his behalf with the marquis’s sister, who owns the hut in which the family lives. Antonio holds out little hope. The marquis arrives to inquire about Antonio and Maddalena’s daughter, Linda, who is also his sister’s godchild. The marquis says he wants to take the pretty and innocent girl to live in his castle, where she will receive a fine education. Linda returns home from an intended tryst with her lover, the penniless artist Carlo. Unfortunately, she has not found him but only a bouquet of flowers at the appointed place. I reality, Carlo is the vicomte of Sirval, a nephew of the marquis, who, however, knows nothing about the relationship between Linda and Carlo. As in every other year, the young people of Chamounix – including Linda’s platonic friend, the musician Pierotto – are preparing for the journey to pars, where they hope to find seasonal work. Pierotto sings a touching ballad about a girl who has an unhappy love affair, and Linda is plagued by foreboding. At last Linda and Carlo are able to meet, and they pledge on another their eternal love. But their rendezvous is clouded by sad words as well. The prefect of Chamounix invokes God’s protection on the travellers and takes Antonio aside, telling him of the marquis ‘true intentions towards Linda. He advises Antonio to send his daughter to Paris with the others. Linda appears with a letter from the marquis. When she is told of his real intentions, she bids farewell to her parents, but she has no time to say goodbye to Carlo. The prefect invokes heaven’s protection, and Linda and the other young people set out for Paris. Second Act “Paris”. Three months have passed. Varlo has followed Linda to Paris, where he has revealed his aristocratic origins and promised to marry her. Now she is living in a luxurious home. Hearing Pierotto’s voice on the street below, Linda invites him in. Months of privation have left their mark on the musician, and he is amazed to see the style in which Linda is now living. She promises that they will soon meet again in Chamounix and gives him a bit of money. The marquis, unaware of his nephew’s wedding plans, has discovered Linda’s whereabouts in Paris and again approaches her with proposals and promises. She rejects him and orders him to leave. Carlo now arrives and is in despair because his mother has discovered the engagement and wants him to break it off. She has demanded that he marry a girl of his own social standing and of his mother’s choosing. He is willing to obey his mother, but does not have the courage to say farewell to Linda. As he wants to embrace her a last time she turns away in shame when she hears the sound of Pierotto’s hurdy-gurdy from the street below. He is playing a song urging chastity. Linda remains alone with her pain. An old man enters, asking for money, and Linda recognises her father, Antonio. He is dismayed to find his daughter living as the mistress of a rich man. Pierotto arrives because he has heard about Carlo’s impending wedding with another woman. Linda’s shame is too much for Antonio, who curses his daughter. Overwhelmed by these events, Linda loses her mind. Third Act “The Return to Chamounix”. Chamounix is preparing for a grand celebration as the young people return home with the money they have earned for their families during the winter in Paris. Carlo is also there. He approaches the prefect and tells him he has successfully changed his mother’s mind. He has cancelled the arranged marriage and now intends to marry Linda with his mother’s blessing. He has been searching fruitlessly for Linda in Paris to tell her of the good news, and now he hopes to find her in Chamounix. The marquis of Boisfleury is also in the village and announces the impending wedding of his nephew. The mood of gaiety is interrupted by the sound of Pierotto’s hurdy-gurdy. He is bringing Linda home, but in her madness she cannot even recognise her next of kin. When she hears Carlo singing their love-refrain, however, she returns to reality and recognises him and then all the others in turn. There is a joyous celebration now that the love story of Linda and Carlo can end happily

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Setanzahl 2
Tonträger CD
Artikelnummer PR20056
Veröffentlichungsdatum 18.11.2009
Tracks Linda Di Chamounix: Sinfonia, Linda Di Chamounix: Presti! Al Tempio Linda, mia dolce figlia!, Linda Di Chamounix: Ambo nati in questa valle, Linda Di Chamounix: Viva! Viva! Buona gente, Linda Di Chamounix: Ah! tardai troppo, Linda Di Chamounix: O luce Di quest´anima, Linda Di Chamounix: Qui, si , pria della partenza Cari luoghi, Linda Di Chamounix: Per sua madre, Linda Di Chamounix: Non so: Quella canzoni m´interisce Da quel Di che t´ incontrai, Linda Di Chamounix: Qui, buon Antonio, qui soli Qella pietà, Linda Di Chamounix: Corro a dispor la moglie O tu che regoli, Linda Di Chamounix: Già , scorsero tre mesi Al bel destin che attendevi, Linda Di Chamounix: Come calma e conforta, Linda Di Chamounix: A dir il vero, Linda Di Chamounix: Linda ! Si ritirò, Linda Di Chamounix: Se tanto in ira Carlo! Ah! Il mio cor, Linda Di Chamounix: Ah! dimmi ... dimmi, io t´amo, Linda Di Chamounix: Per quanto io penerò!, Linda Di Chamounix: Io VI lascio Carlo! Carlo! A consolarmi affrettati, Linda Di Chamounix: Viva! Viva! Viva! - Facciam, allegri un brindisi, Linda Di Chamounix: Tutta la valle è in giubilo, Linda Di Chamounix: Ah! chi sa quale e dove la vita, Linda Di Chamounix: Eccoci ancora qui, Linda Di Chamounix: Ell´è un giglio, Linda Di Chamounix: Preludio, Linda Di Chamounix: Ed ecco in qual maniera, Linda Di Chamounix: È la voce che primiera, Linda Di Chamounix: Compi, o ciel, la nostra speme Un sospiro - Ah! Di tue pene
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Linda Di Chamounix: Sinfonia
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Linda Di Chamounix: Presti! Al Tempio Linda, mia dolce figlia!
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Linda Di Chamounix: Ambo nati in questa valle
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Linda Di Chamounix: Viva! Viva! Buona gente
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Linda Di Chamounix: Ah! tardai troppo
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Linda Di Chamounix: O luce Di quest´anima
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Linda Di Chamounix: Qui, si , pria della partenza Cari luoghi
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Linda Di Chamounix: Per sua madre
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Linda Di Chamounix: Non so: Quella canzoni m´interisce Da quel Di che t´ incontrai
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Linda Di Chamounix: Qui, buon Antonio, qui soli Qella pietà
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Linda Di Chamounix: Corro a dispor la moglie O tu che regoli
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Linda Di Chamounix: Già , scorsero tre mesi Al bel destin che attendevi
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Linda Di Chamounix: Come calma e conforta
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Linda Di Chamounix: A dir il vero
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Linda Di Chamounix: Linda ! Si ritirò
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Linda Di Chamounix: Se tanto in ira Carlo! Ah! Il mio cor
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Linda Di Chamounix: Ah! dimmi ... dimmi, io t´amo
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Linda Di Chamounix: Per quanto io penerò!
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Linda Di Chamounix: Io VI lascio Carlo! Carlo! A consolarmi affrettati
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Linda Di Chamounix: Viva! Viva! Viva! - Facciam, allegri un brindisi
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Linda Di Chamounix: Tutta la valle è in giubilo
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Linda Di Chamounix: Ah! chi sa quale e dove la vita
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Linda Di Chamounix: Eccoci ancora qui
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Linda Di Chamounix: Ell´è un giglio
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Linda Di Chamounix: Preludio
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Linda Di Chamounix: Ed ecco in qual maniera
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Linda Di Chamounix: È la voce che primiera
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Linda Di Chamounix: Compi, o ciel, la nostra speme Un sospiro - Ah! Di tue pene
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