Una furtiva lagrima negli occhi suoi spuntò: Quelle festose giovani invidiar sembrò. Published by Ricordi By Gaetano Donizetti 1797-1848. It is also part of the 14th Animation Show of Shows. Che più cercando io vo? When he sees her cry, he knows she has fallen for him at last. Literal translation A furtive tear in her eyes appeared: Those festive young girls she seemed to envy. Che più cercando io vo? To blend my sighs for a little with hers!. I can see it, I can see it.
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My sighs to blend for a while with her sighs! Published by Ricordi By Gaetano Donizetti. Published by Alfred Music Publishing Vocal Score. I palpiti, i palpiti sentir, confondere i miei coi suoi sospir. I shot this little musical film in my kitchen over a few weeks in late 2011. Published by Ricordi Voice and Piano.
Vocal melody, lyrics and piano accompaniment. Published by Ricordi Vocal Score. Letra de la canción Italiano Una furtiva lagrima negli occhi suoi spuntò, quelle festose giovani invidiar sembrò. Synopsis: Nemorino has just taken a second dose of love potion. What more need I look for? I could ask for nothing more, nothing more. L'elisir d'amore One tear that falls so furtively Una furtiva lagrima Negl'occhi suoi spunto: Quelle festose giovani Invidiar sembro.
To win her heart, Nemorino buys a love potion with all the money he has in his pocket. Her heart beating, her heart beating to hear, our sighs confounded as one. Che più cercando io vo? Nemorino is in love with Adina, but she is not interested in a relationship with an innocent, rustic man. What more searching need I do? What more need I look for? Un solo istante i palpiti For just one moment the beating del suo bel cor sentir!. More I cannot ask, I cannot ask.
¡Un solo instante los latidos de su hermoso corazón sentir! Yes, she loves me, I see it. Cielo, si può morir; di più non chiedo, non chiedo. Los latidos, los latidos sentir, ¡confundir los míos con sus suspiros! Che piu cercando io vo? See and for more details. Che più cercando io vo? Me ama, sí, me ama, lo veo, lo veo. It is sung by Nemorino when he finds that the love potion he bought to win the heart of his dream lady, Adina, works.
I miei sospir confondere per poco ai suoi sospir! I spent years in electronics and professional low distortion sound systems listening to the best Hi Fi sound available yet I can still come back to these lovely old 78s and just listen to them with absolute pleasure. Di più non chiedo, non chiedo. I miei sospir, confondere Per poco a' suoi sospir! Nemorino, aware that Adina is looking on, continues flirting with the other village women in an effort to make her jealous. Brings tears to my eyes. In fact, the cuts enforced by the censors were so grievous that the librettist, Felice Romani, completely disowned the libretto upon learning of them. Che piu cercando io vo? Published by Ricordi Vocal Score. Published by Ricordi Vocal Score.
I could ask for nothing more, nothing more. I am here, very much here, as in the coming week I will start rehearsals, even though I may not have finished though I am lacking only a little. English translation: A single furtive tear from her eyes sprang: Those joyful boys seem to envy me. He sings of his joy at finding that she loves him. I palpiti, i palpiti sentir, confondere i miei co' suoi sospir. For just an instant the beating of her beautiful heart I could feel! Che più cercando io vo? Nemorino is in love with Adina, but she is not interested in a relationship with an innocent, rustic man.
And my sighs became as one fleetingly with her sighs! Heavens, please take me now: All that I wanted is mine now! You must also include a to indicate why this work is in the public domain in the United States. It is sung by Nemorino Caruso when he finds that the love potion he bought to win his dream lady's heart, Adina, works. That love potion is actually a cheap red wine sold by a traveling quack doctor. Un solo istante i palpiti del suo bel cor sentir! Published by Ricordi Cantolopera Collection. He trained by listening to this Caruso recording on a wind-up phonograph.
! I miei sospir confondere per poco a' suoi sospir! What more need I look for? Di più non chiedo, non chiedo. One could, one could die! As if my sighs were hers, and her sighs were mine! Cielo, si può, si può morir. She loves me, yes, she loves me. And a few years later the whole world talked about him. So tenderly we'd share a sweet reply! I can't ask for more. Seemed to provoke its envy. M'ama, sì, m'ama, lo vedo, lo vedo! Sì, m'ama, lo vedo, lo vedo.