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Smanie Implacabili


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Mosaica

 Genre: Opera

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This is Dorabella's aria from Mozart's "Cosi fan tutte" opera, and is a very hard sing!!

Orchestral and choral accompaniments are provided, under licence, Courtesy of Karaoke Opera ® a trademark of Musical Concepts.
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Uploaded: Nov 22, 2011 - 03:33:43 PM
Last Updated: Jan 14, 2012 - 07:01:23 AM Last Played: Jul 06, 2017 - 04:31:51 PM
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PeterB7858 said 2194 days ago (November 22nd, 2011)
Pure, articulate...
Hi Rosalind. Sure sounds like a vocal workout but you do a really fine job of it. Really like the section from 1.20 or so. I really enjoyed listening to this. Pure, articulate and technically excellent. Thanks, Peter.
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Mosaica said 2194 days ago (November 22nd, 2011)
Thanks
Yes, from 1:20 is actually the "tune"! Recitative can be a bit tedious and often is excluded from commercial backing tracks, however I think this one is quite dramatic.
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Feter said 2194 days ago (November 22nd, 2011)
Smanie implacabili
You are one of the most precious singers around this place ...last time I listened to Cosi fan tutte was mid 90s ..you sure have a wonderful touch and character on your vocal work ...this is marvelous ..thanks a lot for sharing !!
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Mosaica said 2194 days ago (November 22nd, 2011)
Thank you...
...for your kind and supportive comment, it's much appreciated.
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PatriciaGirl said 2194 days ago (November 22nd, 2011)
Bravo
Beautiful performance. Thanks for sharing
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Sigmund said 2194 days ago (November 22nd, 2011)
Smanie implacabili
Enjoyable listen and very impressive vocal performance. I don't know the first thing about opera, but I can tell it takes an accomplished singer to get through this piece. You did it wonderfully. Again, very impressive!
Sig
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kristyjo said 2193 days ago (November 23rd, 2011)
Lovely Performance
I've not heard opera performed here before, and this is a welcome addition! You really have excellent vocal control, and I'd come to see and hear an opera performance by you any time.
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Symphony101 said 2190 days ago (November 27th, 2011)
Oh my Goodness
What a beautiful voice and performance ! Do you speak Italian, or did you just learned the words for the performance ? Like it is said here, it's impressive !
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Mosaica said 2189 days ago (November 27th, 2011)
Italian...
...sadly I don't speak it, but I think it a beautiful language and would love to learn it. Generally I just try to learn the pronunciation for each Italian song I sing, and when I was having proper lessons all the belle canto exercises were in Italian. These days I expect my pronunication has slipped somewhat, so apologies to any native Italian listeners!
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Symphony101 said 2190 days ago (November 27th, 2011)
PS
I just wonder how it would sound if you happened to work with someone like christopherpsly (on mj) or Silky5 (also on mj). They do great orchestral music, I'm imagining with a voice like yours, it would result in fantastic pieces.
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sschedra said 2186 days ago (November 30th, 2011)
Oh Rosalind!
I just love the agility of your voice! It might be a hard piece to sing, but you make it flow so beautifully. Very well done and so enjoyable!
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Mosaica said 2186 days ago (November 30th, 2011)
Thank you
How about you trying some more opera?! It's been a while since I've seen you around here, let's get these Opera stats higher! :-)
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VicDiesel said 2186 days ago (November 30th, 2011)
Unlucky in love?
I don't speak Italian, but a minimal amount of googling tells me that's what it seems to be about.

(That same googling also gives me this: http://www.operapulse.com/explore-opera/features/aria-of-the-week/smanie-implacabili-cosi-van-tutte-mozart/)

Anyway, lots of drama in your performance. Great job.
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Mosaica said 2186 days ago (November 30th, 2011)
Diverse
Thanks for that link - it was interesting to see how differently the aria was interpreted and sung. I think on stage you can get far more passion into it. What I dislike about singing against recorded music tracks is the inability to change the dynamic and shape the song to your choice, you just have to follow the tempo as set :-(
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paul f. page said 2186 days ago (November 30th, 2011)
Always a marvelous treat
I am never disappointed when I hear any opera work you record, Rosalind. And I am glad to read your honest comment (above) that this is "very hard to sing." You make it sound like it is easy and quite natural, but anyone who's studied even a little bit of opera, knows that this stuff is impossible for us mere mortals. You are so blessed with a gorgeous and fluent voice, and fortunate, too, to have found the Karaoke Opera accompaniments which allow you to have a wonderful orchestra to accompany you. Just delightful. I am so glad to hear this wonderful music and singing tonight.
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Philip18 said 2183 days ago (December 3rd, 2011)
Mozart
The dramatic opening is very well sung - clear, bright and full of expression. You manage the operatic leaps in the melody with ease - it may be hard to sing but your voice is beautifully smooth throughout. Lovely!
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papag said 2179 days ago (December 7th, 2011)
Wonderful
Your voice is quite beautiful on this piece.

Thank you for the download :)
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guygrooves said 2178 days ago (December 8th, 2011)
You really have
an extraordinary voice. I will be watching for your posts from here on.
Peace
Guy
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ic42 said 2174 days ago (December 12th, 2011)
cosi, a fan of the cutie...
Mozart did like to push his singers... we saw this 5+ years ago at the San Diego Opera, and I was taken with the number of difficult arias stuffed into one opera, as well as the intriguing and Shakespearian/byzantine plot. Very well sung, as always... you seem to glide through this effortlessly (though I imagine you looked like the photo above afterward, whew!) You do have a wonderful voice, thank you for sharing these gems with us!

ttfn,
Drakonis
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kaidavis said 2169 days ago (December 18th, 2011)
now that is Talent!!!
I'm form a different way of life style however it was the first that I've sit and listen and I do not know what you are saying only I hear the melody and I must say that is very impressive because you really have to do those voice exercise to sing that way so I do see you have a love for your art and I welcome that.very different for me however I learn something today
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Mosaica said 2169 days ago (December 18th, 2011)
Thanks
Thanks Kai! I agree that it's not always necessary to know what's being sung of, it's enough to let the song wash over you. I've been to operas where I have a gist of the story but I don't worry about understanding every song, I just sit and enjoy it for what it is. Thanks for being brave and listening to a new genre! :-)
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smokey bacon jnr said 2168 days ago (December 18th, 2011)
wow!
opera is not something you normally hear on MacJams so this is a real change from techno and rock. I don't know anything about opera, but this sounded great to my untrained ears. Very clear phrasing and real drama.
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alackbass said 2159 days ago (December 28th, 2011)
Smanie implacabili
Wow! We sure don't get this sort of thing around here often! Amazing performance! And such a beautiful recording!
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Char said 2158 days ago (December 28th, 2011)
I've not really
developed a taste for opera. However, I do know that only the best singers can attempt the vocals required. Well done.
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richard13 said 2152 days ago (January 3rd, 2012)
Wow!
Like others here, Opera is not my genre of choice but in small doses like this, it can be stunning. A beautiful listen and I think you handled all the vocal pyrotechnics very well.
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Doug Somers said 2118 days ago (February 6th, 2012)
Bella Bella
Your display of vocal control and emotion is truly wonderful. Moreover there is a richness to your voice that makes the phrases really shine. I can't imagine the amount of practicing that would go into producing a recording like you have given us. Many thanks for the gift!

Doug
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