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VIVALDI: Ottone in Villa

VIVALDI: Ottone in Villa

Composer(s)Vivaldi, Antonio
Period(s) Baroque (1600-1750)
Genre Classical Music
Category Opera
Catalogue CHAN0614-15
Label Chandos
Quality   320kbps

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VIVALDI: Ottone in Villa 2:24:13   
  Ottone in Villa, RV 729          
      Sinfonia: Allegro - Larghetto - [Allegro] 4:44       
      Act I Scene 1: Recitative: Nacqui a gran sorte … (I was born to greatness … ) (Cleonilla) - Aria: Quanto m'alletta (How alluring) (Cleonilla) 5:34       
      Act I Scene 2: Recitative: Caio … (Caio … ) (Cleonilla, Caio) - Aria: Sole degl'occhi miei (Light of my eyes) (Caio) - Recitative: Ma Cesare qui vien … (But here comes Caesar … ) (Caio, Cleonilla) 4:22       
      Act I Scene 3: Recitative: Cleonilla, a te ne vengo … (Cleonilla, I come to you … ) (Ottone, Cleonilla, Caio) - Aria: Caro bene (Beloved) (Cleonilla) 5:24       
      Act I Scene 4: Recitative: Piu fido amante, e chi miro giammai? … (Has there ever been a truer lover? … ) (Ottone, Caio) - Aria: Par tormento, ed e piacer (It seems a torment yet is a pleasure) (Ottone) 4:33       
      Act I Scene 5: Recitative: Quanto di donna amante … (Just how cunnning a mistress can be … ) (Caio, Tullia) - Aria: Chi seguir vuol la costanza (He who insists on being constant) (Caio) 5:18       
      Act I Scene 6: Recitative: Ah! Traditor t'intendo … (Ah! Traitor, I know what's in your mind … ) (Tullia) - Aria: Con l'amor di donna amante (My love, being that of a loving woman) (Tullia) 4:18       
      Act I Scene 7: Recitative: Quanto m'alletti, o cara … (How I love, my dearest … ) (Ottone, Cleonilla, Decio) - Aria: Frema pur, si lagni Roma (Let Rome fret and fume) (Ottone) 5:13       
      Act I Scene 8: Recitative: Grande ho, Decio, il desio … (I am extremely curious to know, Decio … ) (Cleonilla, Decio, Tullia) - Aria: Il tuo pensiero e lusinghiero (You are living in a fool's paradise) (Decio) 3:46       
      Act I Scene 9: Recitative: Porgimi il manto, caro … (Hand me my robe, dear boy … ) (Cleonilla, Tullia) - Aria: Che fe, che amor (I swear that faith, that love) (Cleonilla) 5:26       
      Act I Scene 10: Recitative: E Caio aborriro per fin ch'io viva? … (Hold Caio in abhorrence for as long as I live? … ) (Caio, Tullia) - Aria: Si, si, deggio partir (Yes, yes, I must be off) (Tullia) 3:05       
      Act I Scene 11: Recitative: E Caio aborriro per fin ch'io viva? … (Hold Caio in abhorrence for as long as I live? … ) (Caio) - Aria: Gelosia (Jealousy) (Caio) 3:45       
      Act II Scene 1: Recitative: Spinto Signor son' io … (I am urged, my lord … ) (Decio, Ottone) - Aria: Come l'onda (Like a wave) (Ottone) 5:31       
      Act II Scene 2: Recitative: A Cesare tradito io dir non volli … (I decided not to tell the deceived Caesar … ) (Deccio, Caio) - Aria: Che giova it trono al Re (What good is his throne to a king) (Decio) 4:15       
      Act II Scene 3: Recitative: Parli Decio che vuol … (Decio can say what he likes … ) (Caio, Tullia) - Aria: L'ombre, l'aure, e ancora il rio (The shadows, the breezes, and even the stream) (Caio, Tullia) 10:23       
  Ottone in Villa, RV 729          
      Act II Scene 4: Recitative: Qual duolo, o Caio, frenetico ti rende? … (What grief, O Caio, has provoked this frenzy? … ) (Tullia, Caio) - Aria: Su gl'occhi del tuo ben (To your beloved) (Caio) 3:04       
      Act II Scene 5: Recitative: Disperato e l'infido … (The deceiver is desperate … ) (Tullia) - Aria: Due tiranni ho nel mio cor[e] (Two tyrants have I in my heart) (Tullia) 4:37       
      Act II Scene 6: Recitative: Felice e il volto mio … (My face looks happy … ) (Cleonilla, Caio) - Aria: Leggi almeno, tiranna infedele (Read at least, O faithless tyrant) (Caio) 7:25       
      Act II Scene 7: Recitative: Che mai scrisse qui Caio? … (Whatever has Caio written here? … ) (Cleonilla, Ottone) - Aria: Tu vedrai (You shall see) (Cleonilla) 5:53       
      Act II Scene 8: Recitative: Cesare, io gia prevedo … (Caesar, I foresee … ) (Decio, Ottone, Cleonilla) - Aria: Povera fedelta (Poor constancy) (Cleonilla) 2:49       
      Act II Scene 9: Recitative: Ah Decio, i tuio ricordi … (Ah Decio, your report … ) (Ottone, Decio) - Aria: Ben talor favella il Cielo (Very often heaven speaks) (Decio) 3:28       
      Act II Scene 10: Recitative: Oh! qual error fec'io … (Oh, how mistaken I was … ) (Ottone, Caio) - Aria: Compatisco il tuo fiero tormento (I sympathise with your great grief) (Ottone) 6:40       
      Act II Scene 11: Recitative: Quanto Cleonilla e scaltra … (How shrewd Cleonilla is! … ) (Caio) - Aria: Io sembro appunto (I am just) (Caio) 3:53       
      Act II Scene 12: Recitative: Ah, che non vuol sentirmi il traditore … (Ah, the deceiver will not listen to me … ) (Tullia) - Aria: Misero spirto mio (My suffering spirit) (Tullia) 4:45       
      Act III Scene 1: Recitative: Signor … (My lord … ) (Decio, Ottone) - Aria: Tutto sprezzo, e trono, e impero (I care for nothing, not my throne nor empire) (Ottone) 4:17       
      Act III Scene 2: Recitative: Gia di Ottone preveggo … (I foresee Ottone's … ) (Decio) - Aria: L'esser amante (To be a lover) (Decio) 4:27       
      Act III Scene 3: Recitative: Cerchi in van ch'io t'ascolti … (I am deaf to your pleas … ) (Cleonilla, Caio) - Aria: No, per te non ho piu amor, no (No, I no longer love you, no) (Cleonilla) 2:26       
      Act III Scene 4: Recitative: Cleonilla … (Cleonilla … ) (Tullia, Caio, Cleonilla) - Aria: Guarda in quest'occhi (Look into my eyes, and hear) (Caio) 6:39       
      Act III Scene 5: Recitative: Quant'ha di vago Amor nel suo gran regno … (All the charms that Love possesses … ) (Cleonilla, Tullia) - Aria: Che bel contento (What sweet contentment) (Tullia) 2:38       
      Act III Scene 6: Recitative: Piu soffrir non poss'io … (I can bear this no longer … ) (Caio, Cleonilla, Tullia) 0:39       
      Act III Final Scene: Recitative: Caio infierito … (Caio in a rage … ) (Ottone, Decio, Cleonilla, Caio, Tullia) 4:02       
      Act III Final Scene: Grande e il contento (Great and heartfelt) (Chorus) 0:54       
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