Rigoletto

Rigoletto - Complete opera without Duke's voice

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Composer: Giuseppe VerdiOpera: Rigoletto

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Preludio
2:32
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Composer: Giuseppe VerdiOpera: RigolettoLibrettists/Authors: Francesco Maria PiaveCharacter Name: OrchestraDella mia bella incognita borghese
1:50
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Composer: Giuseppe VerdiOpera: RigolettoLibrettists/Authors: Francesco Maria PiaveCharacter Name: Duke - BorsaQuesta o quella
7:01
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Plot: The pleasure-seeking Duke of Mantua has no scruples about taking pride in his way of life: he is an unrepentant womanizer who detests fidelity «as a painful illness».Composer: Giuseppe VerdiOpera: RigolettoLibrettists/Authors: Francesco Maria PiaveCharacter Name: Duke & allCh'io gli parli
4:51
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Plot: The pleasure-seeking Duke of Mantua has no scruples about taking pride in his way of life: he is an unrepentant womanizer who detests fidelity «as a painful illness».Composer: Giuseppe VerdiOpera: RigolettoLibrettists/Authors: Francesco Maria PiaveCharacter Name: Monterone & allQuel vecchio maledivami!
4:26
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Plot: The pleasure-seeking Duke of Mantua has no scruples about taking pride in his way of life: he is an unrepentant womanizer who detests fidelity «as a painful illness».Composer: Giuseppe VerdiOpera: RigolettoLibrettists/Authors: Francesco Maria PiaveCharacter Name: Rigoletto - SparafucilePari siamo!… Io la lingua…
3:46
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Plot: Rigoletto reflects that if Sparafucile, who has just offered him his services as a hired assassin, kills with his dagger, he, as a jester, kills with his tongue. While Monterone's curse echoes in his mind foreboding misfortune, Rigoletto muses bitterly on his life, whose humiliations he can forget only in his love for his daughter.Composer: Giuseppe VerdiOpera: RigolettoLibrettists/Authors: Francesco Maria PiaveCharacter Name: RigolettoFiglia!… Mio padre!
5:28
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Plot: Rigoletto reflects that if Sparafucile, who has just offered him his services as a hired assassin, kills with his dagger, he, as a jester, kills with his tongue. While Monterone's curse echoes in his mind foreboding misfortune, Rigoletto muses bitterly on his life, whose humiliations he can forget only in his love for his daughter.Composer: Giuseppe VerdiOpera: RigolettoLibrettists/Authors: Francesco Maria PiaveCharacter Name: Rigoletto - GildaGià da tre lune son qui venuta
6:13
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Plot: Rigoletto reflects that if Sparafucile, who has just offered him his services as a hired assassin, kills with his dagger, he, as a jester, kills with his tongue. While Monterone's curse echoes in his mind foreboding misfortune, Rigoletto muses bitterly on his life, whose humiliations he can forget only in his love for his daughter.Composer: Giuseppe VerdiOpera: RigolettoLibrettists/Authors: Francesco Maria PiaveCharacter Name: Gilda - Rigoletto - Giovanna - DukeGiovanna, ho dei rimorsi
2:31
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Plot: Rigoletto reflects that if Sparafucile, who has just offered him his services as a hired assassin, kills with his dagger, he, as a jester, kills with his tongue. While Monterone's curse echoes in his mind foreboding misfortune, Rigoletto muses bitterly on his life, whose humiliations he can forget only in his love for his daughter.Composer: Giuseppe VerdiOpera: RigolettoLibrettists/Authors: Francesco Maria PiaveCharacter Name: Gilda - Giovanna - DukeE' il sol dell'anima
2:47
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Plot: Rigoletto reflects that if Sparafucile, who has just offered him his services as a hired assassin, kills with his dagger, he, as a jester, kills with his tongue. While Monterone's curse echoes in his mind foreboding misfortune, Rigoletto muses bitterly on his life, whose humiliations he can forget only in his love for his daughter.Composer: Giuseppe VerdiOpera: RigolettoLibrettists/Authors: Francesco Maria PiaveCharacter Name: Duke - GildaChe m'ami, deh, ripetimi
1:49
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Plot: Rigoletto reflects that if Sparafucile, who has just offered him his services as a hired assassin, kills with his dagger, he, as a jester, kills with his tongue. While Monterone's curse echoes in his mind foreboding misfortune, Rigoletto muses bitterly on his life, whose humiliations he can forget only in his love for his daughter.Composer: Giuseppe VerdiOpera: RigolettoLibrettists/Authors: Francesco Maria PiaveCharacter Name: Duke - Gilda - Ceprano - Borsa - GiovannaGualtier Maldè… Caro nome che il mio cor
6:47
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Plot: An enraptured Gilda sings her love for Gualtier Maldè, the «dear name» that the Duke of Mantua has taken to court and eventually seduce her.Composer: Giuseppe VerdiOpera: RigolettoLibrettists/Authors: Francesco Maria PiaveCharacter Name: GildaRiedo!… Perché? Silenzio… all'opra
2:41
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Plot: An enraptured Gilda sings her love for Gualtier Maldè, the «dear name» that the Duke of Mantua has taken to court and eventually seduce her.Composer: Giuseppe VerdiOpera: RigolettoLibrettists/Authors: Francesco Maria PiaveCharacter Name: Rigoletto - Borsa - Ceprano - MarulloZitti, zitti, muoviamo a vendetta
3:02
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Plot: An enraptured Gilda sings her love for Gualtier Maldè, the «dear name» that the Duke of Mantua has taken to court and eventually seduce her.Composer: Giuseppe VerdiOpera: RigolettoLibrettists/Authors: Francesco Maria PiaveCharacter Name: Borsa - Marullo - Ceprano - Gilda - Rigoletto - ChorusElla mi fu rapita!
2:37
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Plot: The dissolute Duke of Mantua has disguised himself as the poor student Gualtier Maldè to seduce Gilda. When he founds that she has been abducted from her house, the Duke allows himself a moment of genuine affection for the girl.Composer: Giuseppe VerdiOpera: RigolettoLibrettists/Authors: Francesco Maria PiaveCharacter Name: DukeParmi veder le lagrime
2:50
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Plot: The dissolute Duke of Mantua has disguised himself as the poor student Gualtier Maldè to seduce Gilda. When he founds that she has been abducted from her house, the Duke allows himself a moment of genuine affection for the girl.Composer: Giuseppe VerdiOpera: RigolettoLibrettists/Authors: Francesco Maria PiaveCharacter Name: DukeDuca, duca! Ebben?
2:31
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Plot: The dissolute Duke of Mantua has disguised himself as the poor student Gualtier Maldè to seduce Gilda. When he founds that she has been abducted from her house, the Duke allows himself a moment of genuine affection for the girl.Composer: Giuseppe VerdiOpera: RigolettoLibrettists/Authors: Francesco Maria PiaveCharacter Name: Borsa - Marullo - Ceprano - Duke - ChorusPossente amor mi chiama
1:57
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Plot: The dissolute Duke of Mantua has disguised himself as the poor student Gualtier Maldè to seduce Gilda. When he founds that she has been abducted from her house, the Duke allows himself a moment of genuine affection for the girl.Composer: Giuseppe VerdiOpera: RigolettoLibrettists/Authors: Francesco Maria PiaveCharacter Name: Duke - Borsa - Marullo - Ceprano - ChorusCortigiani, vil razza dannata!
4:41
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Plot: The court jester Rigoletto throws his terrible invective against the courtisans, who are responsible for the abduction of his daughter Gilda for the Duke of Mantua. Then his fatherly love overwhelms him and Rigoletto implores the «lords» to give his «priceless treasure» back to him.Composer: Giuseppe VerdiOpera: RigolettoLibrettists/Authors: Francesco Maria PiaveCharacter Name: RigolettoMio padre! Dio! Mia Gilda!
2:00
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Plot: The court jester Rigoletto throws his terrible invective against the courtisans, who are responsible for the abduction of his daughter Gilda for the Duke of Mantua. Then his fatherly love overwhelms him and Rigoletto implores the «lords» to give his «priceless treasure» back to him.Composer: Giuseppe VerdiOpera: RigolettoLibrettists/Authors: Francesco Maria PiaveCharacter Name: Gilda - Rigoletto - Borsa - Marullo - Ceprano - ChorusTutte le feste al tempio
3:02
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Plot: The court jester Rigoletto throws his terrible invective against the courtisans, who are responsible for the abduction of his daughter Gilda for the Duke of Mantua. Then his fatherly love overwhelms him and Rigoletto implores the «lords» to give his «priceless treasure» back to him.Composer: Giuseppe VerdiOpera: RigolettoLibrettists/Authors: Francesco Maria PiaveCharacter Name: GildaAh! Solo per me l'infamia
4:33
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Plot: The court jester Rigoletto throws his terrible invective against the courtisans, who are responsible for the abduction of his daughter Gilda for the Duke of Mantua. Then his fatherly love overwhelms him and Rigoletto implores the «lords» to give his «priceless treasure» back to him.Composer: Giuseppe VerdiOpera: RigolettoLibrettists/Authors: Francesco Maria PiaveCharacter Name: Rigoletto - Gilda - UsherPoiché fosti invano da me maledetto
0:30
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Plot: The court jester Rigoletto throws his terrible invective against the courtisans, who are responsible for the abduction of his daughter Gilda for the Duke of Mantua. Then his fatherly love overwhelms him and Rigoletto implores the «lords» to give his «priceless treasure» back to him.Composer: Giuseppe VerdiOpera: RigolettoLibrettists/Authors: Francesco Maria PiaveCharacter Name: MonteroneNo, vecchio t'inganni!… Si, vendetta, tremenda vendetta!
2:15
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Plot: The court jester Rigoletto throws his terrible invective against the courtisans, who are responsible for the abduction of his daughter Gilda for the Duke of Mantua. Then his fatherly love overwhelms him and Rigoletto implores the «lords» to give his «priceless treasure» back to him.Composer: Giuseppe VerdiOpera: RigolettoLibrettists/Authors: Francesco Maria PiaveCharacter Name: Rigoletto - GildaE l'ami? Sempre
2:18
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Plot: The court jester Rigoletto throws his terrible invective against the courtisans, who are responsible for the abduction of his daughter Gilda for the Duke of Mantua. Then his fatherly love overwhelms him and Rigoletto implores the «lords» to give his «priceless treasure» back to him.Composer: Giuseppe VerdiOpera: RigolettoLibrettists/Authors: Francesco Maria PiaveCharacter Name: Rigoletto - Gilda - Duke - SparafucileLa donna è mobile
3:13
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Plot: The Duke of Mantua has forgotten Gilda already and is engaging in another amorous adventure. His celebrated song about the fickleness of women expresses his actual cynical contempt for them.Composer: Giuseppe VerdiOpera: RigolettoLibrettists/Authors: Francesco Maria PiaveCharacter Name: Duke - Sparafucile - RigolettoUn dì, se ben rammentomi
1:39
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Plot: The Duke of Mantua has forgotten Gilda already and is engaging in another amorous adventure. His celebrated song about the fickleness of women expresses his actual cynical contempt for them.Composer: Giuseppe VerdiOpera: RigolettoLibrettists/Authors: Francesco Maria PiaveCharacter Name: Duke - Gilda - Maddalena - RigolettoBella figlia dell'amore
4:14
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Plot: The Duke of Mantua has forgotten Gilda already and is engaging in another amorous adventure. His celebrated song about the fickleness of women expresses his actual cynical contempt for them.Composer: Giuseppe VerdiOpera: RigolettoLibrettists/Authors: Francesco Maria PiaveCharacter Name: Duke - Gilda - Maddalena - RigolettoPovero Rigoletto!
3:43
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Plot: The Duke of Mantua has forgotten Gilda already and is engaging in another amorous adventure. His celebrated song about the fickleness of women expresses his actual cynical contempt for them.Composer: Giuseppe VerdiOpera: RigolettoLibrettists/Authors: Francesco Maria PiaveCharacter Name: Marullo - Rigoletto - Borsa - Ceprano - Paggio - ChorusM'odi! Ritorna a casa
0:36
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Plot: The Duke of Mantua has forgotten Gilda already and is engaging in another amorous adventure. His celebrated song about the fickleness of women expresses his actual cynical contempt for them.Composer: Giuseppe VerdiOpera: RigolettoLibrettists/Authors: Francesco Maria PiaveCharacter Name: Rigoletto - GildaVenti scudi hai tu detto?
0:48
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Plot: The Duke of Mantua has forgotten Gilda already and is engaging in another amorous adventure. His celebrated song about the fickleness of women expresses his actual cynical contempt for them.Composer: Giuseppe VerdiOpera: RigolettoLibrettists/Authors: Francesco Maria PiaveCharacter Name: Rigoletto - SparafucileMaddalena? Aspettate…
2:52
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Plot: The Duke of Mantua has forgotten Gilda already and is engaging in another amorous adventure. His celebrated song about the fickleness of women expresses his actual cynical contempt for them.Composer: Giuseppe VerdiOpera: RigolettoLibrettists/Authors: Francesco Maria PiaveCharacter Name: Duke - Maddalena - SparafucileE' amabile invero cotal giovinotto
6:40
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Plot: The Duke of Mantua has forgotten Gilda already and is engaging in another amorous adventure. His celebrated song about the fickleness of women expresses his actual cynical contempt for them.Composer: Giuseppe VerdiOpera: RigolettoLibrettists/Authors: Francesco Maria PiaveCharacter Name: Maddalena - Sparafucile - GildaDella vendetta alfin giunge l'istante
5:00
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Plot: The Duke of Mantua has forgotten Gilda already and is engaging in another amorous adventure. His celebrated song about the fickleness of women expresses his actual cynical contempt for them.Composer: Giuseppe VerdiOpera: RigolettoLibrettists/Authors: Francesco Maria PiaveCharacter Name: Rigoletto - Sparafucile - DukeChi è mai, chi è qui in sua vece?
1:59
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Plot: The Duke of Mantua has forgotten Gilda already and is engaging in another amorous adventure. His celebrated song about the fickleness of women expresses his actual cynical contempt for them.Composer: Giuseppe VerdiOpera: RigolettoLibrettists/Authors: Francesco Maria PiaveCharacter Name: Rigoletto - GildaV'ho ingannato, colpevole fui…
4:26
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Plot: The Duke of Mantua has forgotten Gilda already and is engaging in another amorous adventure. His celebrated song about the fickleness of women expresses his actual cynical contempt for them.Composer: Giuseppe VerdiOpera: RigolettoLibrettists/Authors: Francesco Maria PiaveCharacter Name: Gilda - Rigoletto