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33 N96/Ah, forse lui che Vanima., Recit.and Air. Violetta. howueegli nc. pwithin my Beurtare - rit per me sven-tu-ra un se-rioa- And woullit bring m= sorrow more? Che Fi- sol- vivo turbi core ly? Oh, my heartywhy'so sore.ly art thou troubled? i a = ra Yuo.moan.co - ra Tac.cen-de . va Oh gio ~~ ju eliio non co- love of mortal yet hath movd thee. | Oh rap - - tare I never nob-bi, esser &-ma~ laa manlo! E sde- gnar-la possi. 0 per knew of, tolove a heart de - vot-ed! Shalll dare to disdain it, and St Ih - ride fol- i.e del vi-ver mi choosetheemp-ty follies that now sur- round sete Anduntino.<@). 96) lui che Ta - ni- him my heart fore. ma inga nc tu-mul- ti, told, witenin thethrongof plea_sure,when inthethrong of pleasure pin - go- re de suoi oo-lo-rige - cul - ti, de sucioe-lo Joyd to shadow forth © onewhomaiono!d — trea - sure, onewhom alo al. Jegro so-glien — uce - se, Guaried my waning pow - ers, bP. e fuv.va feb-breac - ce - se, de-stando-mial-la ~ Strewing my way with flow . ers, Wakingmybeart to 7 ‘con espansione quel - Ta-mor, quel I~ mor,—— che pal - pi - to now I feel that “tis love—— and = love, a lone, del. Tu- ni-ver - — so, delta - i ro, mii ste- ri - sole breathof all the life, mys - te. rious —_—, —, eh, or” mi- ste-ri-o-saal-te - ro, aro-ce, oraogede - li - zia,crocee de- er, guid. ingthefateof mor - tals, sorrow,sorrowand sweetness, sorrow and li. tia, do-lizigal cor. Poke. sweetness of this poorearth ~ ot doleiss. A ome, fan - ciul-layin can - di. do Fondly with in my heart en shrigd vethat image hid - den, e Ure pi-do de - si _ re, - gi - ql Thavethat image hid - den; Sov’. reign pow' of ——— Signordel lav.ve — ni - re, si i ne’ cie- Hii Itdoth arise un - Cader my heer oF rag - gio prom - ise w= quel di-vi-nger - ror Life bathne longer — worth. fu - ni-ver-sointe - 1 mi - ste - ri + - 50, life, the lifeucnicver . . sal, mys - te rious pow = er = re 2 . ? RET ero - ce, erocee de Ii » eroeee de— Sor - row, sorrowand sweetness, sorrow and — —-~ de-li-ziaal cor! cro.c of this poor earth! ede - li. zia, de-li-ziaal cor! sorargwand swaetnéss of thjs poor earth! es (stands pensively’) jingherself) deli-ziaal cor! Fol-li-e! fol. of this poor marth What fol-ly!what 4400 as Allegro.(J = 120) a de-li- rio vanoequestol formether?sno returning! donna, a, ab-banulo — mata in questo po- helpless, without «friend; for methisthrongingeity doth “J we CPR Sertoche appella-no Pa - ri-gi, che speroor pitt? che fardeg - gi - o? seemas a vastandempty desert:Whatean [ hope? wherecanI turnme? to as con forsa vo-lutta ne vor fi-ci, di vo. lut-ta pe. ev - ‘ry fierceand wild ——______________ delight Illsteep my senseand Allegro brillante<é.. a4) sassai brilia ¥ + Sempre li - be-ra— deg. Til fulfil the round of fr fr > gi - 0 fol - leg-gia- re di gio-jain gio - ja, vorche scorrajl vi- ver plea - sure,Joy - ing, toy - ingfromflows to flow - er, 1 willdrain a brimming tr fi fe fr a © pei sen-tie- ri del_ pia-cer. —Nascajl giorno,ejl_gior-no sureFrom the cup of ros - y joy. Never weary,each dawning: ir eT 14200 cones lar, dee’ vo- lar noy, all an-n0y, 4400 balcony) @ pal pi-to del - fa ~ miver-sodeltu- ni ver- sein an. breath fromthee, Love,thourtthe-soul of the life, the lif w. a Sax Pe > Fo mi-ste-ri - © - Se, ii-sleari-o-Seal.te - 0, croce erocee de- - sal, mys-terious pow - er, guidlingthefate of mor. tals, sorrow,sorrowand Allegro, ——— fltive! fl-i ait fol-ly! what fol ria, orocee de li - ziadecti-ciaal cor! sweetness,sorrowand sweetness ofthis poor earth! Allegro, Tate FF dolee piacere 2 io - in io OF. Joy 1aa00 Tempo I.(deea.) assai brillante mpre li-be-ra—deg-gi - 0 fol-log- TH fal-fil the round of plea - sure,Joy-ing, Te di gio-jaingio- ja, vo'che scorrajlvi = ver mi - o pei sen joy - ingfromflow'r to flow.er, 1 will draina brimming mea - a the tie STi del_pia- cer. Na-seajl cup of sy joy. Nev-er gier-n0 — mue-ja, h “dawning mor-row sem-pre Flies to gior-n0, Woa-ry. mmo - vi deo =e il—mic fen-sier, dee vo-lar, dee. vo- bor - row,I will banish ail__ annoy, all an-noy, all an- debe ~~ ba hb a vo - la — re ilmiopen-sier, dee yo - lar, dee will ban ish ull annoy, all an ~ nog sien, noy, ail Alfred (under the baleony a A - mor & pal-pi.to Love, thow art life andbreath Platt deo—vo- lar il ban - ish all A. mor Love” thou art lar —, sier, i noy, Tl baa - all, yes, il— mio. yes, all m Sesses seseee (Bxit through door, J.) sier! noy! 14400 End of’ Act I.