Recorded live at Glyndebourne Opera House, July Godiam c'invita un fervido Accento lusinghier. Let the fleeting hour To pleasure's intoxication yield. Let's drink To love's sweet tremors - To those eyes That pierce the heart. Let's drink to love - to wine That warms our kisses. ALL Ah!
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Recorded live at Glyndebourne Opera House, July Godiam c'invita un fervido Accento lusinghier. Let the fleeting hour To pleasure's intoxication yield. Let's drink To love's sweet tremors - To those eyes That pierce the heart. Let's drink to love - to wine That warms our kisses. ALL Ah! Let's drink to love? Let us enjoy life, For the pleasures of love are swift and fleeting As a flower that lives and dies And can be enjoyed no more.
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Giuseppe Verdi ‘Libiamo ne’ lieti calici: Raise Your Glasses!
Previous to La Traviata came 16 other operas including the ever-popular Nabucodonosor and Rigoletto Violetta takes matters into her own hands which leads to her performing an act of self-sacrifice which leads her to paying the ultimate price for love. Opening the first act of La Traviata is a brindisi song, which is a type of drinking song. Brindisi songs have been used in operas for many years, with a character usually introducing a toast and the chorus join in to celebrate.
Libiamo ne' lieti calici
The song is a brindisi , a lively song that encourages the drinking of wine or other alcoholic beverages. It is sung by Violetta and Alfredo Germont, a young man who is in love with her. Alfredo is convinced by his friend Gastone and by Violetta to show off his voice. He begins this drinking song, later joined by Violetta and the rest of the company. Francesco Maria Piave wrote the text.