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Sposa Son Disprezzata. Antonio Vivaldi. Bassoon Solo sheet music. Piano Accompaniment sheet music.

Tradução

Novia Hijo Despreciado. Antonio Vivaldi. Hoja Fagot Solo la música. Partituras Acompañamiento de Piano.

Original

Sposa Son Disprezzata composed by Antonio Vivaldi. 1678-1741. Arranged by Albie Micklich. For Bassoon and Piano. Chamber music. Published by Potenza Music. P2.40002. The aria "Sposa Son Disprezzata" appears in Antonio Vivaldi's opera "Bajazet," written in 1735. As a pasticcio-style work, this Italian opera was composed using various arias from different masterworks and composers. In the case of Vivaldi's Sposa, the aria was borrowed from Giacomelli's "La Merope. " The title of this work translates roughly to "I am a scorned wife. " Vivaldi scores the aria for a grief-stricken wife. Irene. , who longs for the love of her husband. Yet, Irene's husband, Tamerlano, seeks the love of another woman, ignoring the vows he has taken with his wife. Tamerlano, a lord and conqueror, carelessly pawns off his wife in an effort to court his other love interest. Feeling alone and confused, Irene laments her husband's infidelity. In this version, Sposa Son Disprezzata is arranged for bassoon and piano by Arizona State University bassoon professor Albie Micklich. To capture the transparency of the "scorned wife's" song, the bassoon's tessitura rests in the middle and high registers, most accurately portraying a voice-like timbre. A floating, melancholy character of the melody persists throughout the aria. Micklich and ASU faculty collaborative pianist Andrew Campbell premiered this arrangement in the fall of 2010 to a very receptive audience.

Tradução

Sposa Son Disprezzata composed by Antonio Vivaldi. 1678-1741. Arreglado por Albie Micklich. Para Fagot y Piano. Música de cámara. Publicado por Potenza Music. P2.40002. El aria "Sposa Hijo Despreciado" aparece en la ópera de Antonio Vivaldi "Bajazet", escrita en 1735. Como una obra de estilo pasticcio, esta ópera italiana fue compuesta con varias arias de diferentes obras maestras y compositores. En el caso de Sposa de Vivaldi, el aria se tomó prestado de Giacomelli de "La Merope. "El título de este trabajo se podría traducir como" Soy una mujer despechada. "Vivaldi anota el aria de una esposa desconsolada. Irene. , Que anhela el amor de su marido. Sin embargo, el marido de Irene, Tamerlano, busca el amor de otra mujer, haciendo caso omiso de los votos que ha tomado con su esposa. Tamerlano, un señor y conquistador, negligentemente peones frente a su esposa en un intento de cortejar a su otro interés amoroso. Sentirse solo y confundido, Irene se lamenta de la infidelidad de su marido. En esta versión, Sposa Hijo Disprezzata está dispuesto para fagot y piano por el profesor de fagot Universidad Estatal de Arizona Albie Micklich. Para capturar la transparencia de la canción "de la esposa despreciada", tesitura del fagot descansa en los registros medios y altos, retratando más exactamente un timbre-voz como. Un flotante, carácter melancólico de la melodía persiste durante todo el aria. Micklich and ASU faculty collaborative pianist Andrew Campbell premiered this arrangement in the fall of 2010 to a very receptive audience.