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GALUPPI: Mondo alla roversa (Il) (The World Turned Topsy-Turvey)

GALUPPI: Mondo alla roversa (Il) (The World Turned Topsy-Turvey)

Composer(s)Galuppi, Baldassare
Period(s) Baroque (1600-1750)
Genre Classical Music
Category Opera
Catalogue CHAN0676-77
Label Chandos
Quality   320kbps

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GALUPPI: Mondo alla roversa (Il) (The World Turned Topsy-Turvey) 2:30:19   
  Il mondo alla roversa (The World Turned Topsy-Turvey)          
      Act I: Sinfonia 4:04       
      Act I Scene 1: Presto, presto, alla catena (Quickly, quickly, back to your chains) (Chorus) 0:42       
      Act I Scene 1: Recitative: Ite all'opre servili (Haste to your humble tasks) (Tulia) 0:46       
      Act I Scene 1: Presto, presto, alla catena (Quickly, quickly, back to your chains) (Chorus) 0:19       
      Act I Scene 2: Recitative: Poiche del viril sesso (Now that we have subdued) (Tulia) 2:13       
      Act I Scene 3: Recitative: Aurora, ah non vorrei (Aurora, I would not like) (Tulia) 1:32       
      Act I Scene 3: Aria: Fiero leon, che audace (A fierce lion that once boldly) (Tulia) 7:42       
      Act I Scene 4: Recitative: Che piacer, che dilerro (What pleasure, what delight) (Aurora) 3:05       
      Act I Scene 4: Aria: Quegl'occhietti si furbetti (Those little eyes, so mischievous) (Aurora) 6:20       
      Act I Scene 5: Recitative: Oh che gusto, oh che gusto! (Oh joy, oh joy!) (Graziosino) 0:37       
      Act I Scene 5: Aria: Quando gli augelli cantano (When the birds are singing) (Graziosino) 4:48       
      Act I Scene 6: Arietta: Madre Natura (Mother Nature) (Giacinto) 1:27       
      Act I Scene 6: Recitative: Questa parucca, in vero (This wig, in very truth) (Giacinto) 4:43       
      Act I Scene 6: Aria: In quel volto siede un nume (In that face resides a spirit) (Giacinto) 4:39       
      Act I Scene 7: Recitative: Oh, quanto mi fan ridere (Oh, how they make me laugh) (Cintia) 0:54       
      Act I Scene 7: Aria: Se gli uomini sospirano (If the men are miserable) (Cintia) 5:47       
      Act I Scene 8: Recitative: Ma io, per dir li vero (But, to tell the truth) (Tulia) 2:48       
      Act I Scene 8: Aria: Cari lacci, amate pene (Dear bonds, beloved travail) (Tulia) 7:16       
      Act I Scene 9: Recitative: Dov'e, dov'e chi dice (Where, where is he who says) (Rinaldino) 0:57       
      Act I Scene 9: Aria: Gioje care, un cor dubioso (Dear joys, come flood) (Rinaldino) 5:34       
      Act I Scene 10: Recitative: O Diana mia gentile! (O my amiable Diana!) (Giacinto) 0:41       
      Act I Scene 10: Recitative: Con Aurora Giacinto? (Giacinto with Aurora?) (Cintia) 1:34       
      Act I Scene 10: Finale I: Venite, o ch'io vi faccio (Come along, or you shall have) (Cintia) 4:27       
  Il mondo alla roversa (The World Turned Topsy-Turvey)          
      Act II Scene 1: Chorus and Recitative: Liberta, liberta (Liberty, liberty) (Chorus) 8:24       
      Act II Scene 2: Recitative: Com'e possibil mai (How on earth) (Tulia) 0:40       
      Act II Scene 2: Aria: Fra tutti gli affetti (Among all the feelings) (Tulia) 4:30       
      Act II Scene 3: Trio: Queste rose porporine (These scarlet roses) (Rinaldino) 1:58       
      Act II Scene 4: Recitative: Osservante, compagni: ecco un naviglio (Look, companions! There's a boat) (Rinaldino) 0:34       
      Act II Scene 4: Trio: A terra, a terra (Come, disembark) (Rinaldino, Giacinto, Graziosino) 0:24       
      Act II Scene 4: March 1:07       
      Act II Scene 5: Sinfonia 0:20       
      Act II Scene 5: Recitative: Ola, voi che venite (Ahoy there, you that come) (Cintia) 0:41       
      Act II Scene 6: Aria: Quando le donne parlano (When women speak) (Ferramonte) 2:50       
      Act II Scene 7: Recitative: Ah, purtroppo egli e ver! (Ah, unfortunately he's right!) (Rinaldino) 0:38       
      Act II Scene 7: Aria: Nochier che s'abbandona (The sailor who casts himself adrift) (Rinaldino) 4:13       
      Act II Scene 8: Recitative: La vogliamo vedere (We'll see if I'm right) (Cintia) 3:46       
      Act II Scene 8: Aria: Che cosa son le donne (What women are) (Cintia) 3:47       
      Act II Scene 9: Recitative: Esser dovro crudele (Am I obliged to be cruel) (Giacinto) 2:46       
      Act II Scene 9: Aria: Al bello delle femine ressistere chi puo? (Who can resist a women's goodness?) (Giacinto) 5:20       
      Act II Scene 10: Recitative: Dunque, Cintia sgarbata (So Cintia, the uncivil) (Aurora) 3:12       
      Act II Scene 10: Aria: Quando vien la mia nemica (When my enemy appears) (Aurora) 4:44       
      Act II Scene 11: Recitative: Son in un bell'imbroglio (I'm in a real dilemma) (Aurora) 0:25       
      Act II Scene 11: Aria: Son di coraggio armato (I am armed with courage) (Graziosino) 3:25       
      Act II Scene 12: Recitative: Dov'e, dov'e la spada? (Where, say where is the sword?) (Cintia) 0:29       
      Act II Scene 12: Finale II: E questa la promessa (What about the promise) (Cintia) 3:09       
      Act III Scene 2: Recitative: Ahime! Chi mi soccorre? (Alas! Will no one help me?) (Tulia) 1:21       
      Act III Scene 2: Aria: Fino ch'io vivo adorero (As long as I live I shall adore you) (Tulia) 2:30       
      Act III Scene 3: Recitative: Io rido come un pazzo (It makes me laugh like mad) (Ferramonte) 0:36       
      Act III Scene 3: Aria: Le donne col cervello (Women use their wits) (Ferramonte) 1:44       
      Act III Scene 5: Recitative: Non ne vuo piu sapere (I want no more to do with you) (Graziosino) 1:00       
      Act III Scene 5: Aria: Che bel regnar contenta (How sweet to rule contented) (Aurora) 1:47       
      Act III Scene 6: Recitative: Colui di Ferramonte (That chap Ferramonte) (Graziosino) 2:15       
      Act III Scene 6: Aria: Giuro … Signora si (I swear … Indeed, madam) (Graziosino) 1:33       
      Act III Scene 7: Recitative: Ah, ch'e un piacere soave (Ah, it is a delicious feeling) (Cintia) 1:26       
      Act III Scene 7: Duet: Eccomi al vostro piede (Behold me kneeling at your feet) (Cintia) 2:46       
      Act III Scene 8: Finale III: Pieta, pieta di noi (Mercy, have mercy upon us!) (Chorus of Women) 2:19       
      Act III: Epilogue 0:45       
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