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1995 Insieme Srl

Selections:
"Nessun dorma "
Giacomo Puccini - TURANDOT
"Lamento di Federico"
Francesco Cilea - L'ARLESIANA
"Ah, la paterna mano"
Giuseppe Veri - !AC"ET#
"La donna mobile"
Giuseppe Veri - RIGOLETTO
"na !urti"a la#rima"
Gae$ano Doni%e$$i - ELISIR
D'A!ORE
$anis An#elicus
A"e %aria
& Sole %io
'ore n(#rato
Santa Lucia luntana
I( te "urria "asa
)u, (ca nun chia#ne*
%arinarello
$iscatore (e $usilleco
%essa#io +ocelli
Adeste Fideles
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N-SSN .&/%A
Giacomo Puccini - TURANDOT
Nessun dorma* Nessun dorma*
)u pure, o $rincipessa,
nella tua !redda stan0a
#uardi le stelle che tremano
d(amore e di speran0a*
%a il mio mistero chiuso in me,
N& %AN 1ILL SL--$
No man 2ill sleep* No man 2ill sleep*
3ou too, oh $rincess,
in 4our "ir#inal room,
2atch the stars tremblin#
2ith lo"e and hope*
+ut m4 secret lies hidden 2ithin me,
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il nome mio nessun sapr5
No, no, sulla tua bocca lo dir6,
7uando la luce splender5*
-d il mio bacio scio#lier5
il silen0io che ti !a mia*
Il nome suo nessun sapr5
- noi do"rem, ahim, morir, morir8
.ile#ua, o notte* )ramontate, stelle*
)ramontate, stelle* All(alba "incer6*
9incer6* 9incer6*
no:one shall disco"er m4 name*
&h no, I 2ill re"eal it onl4 on 4our lips
2hen da4li#ht shines !orth*
And m4 ,iss shall brea,
the silence that ma,es 4ou mine*
No one 2ill ,no2 his name
And 2e must, alas, die8
.epart, oh ni#ht* Set, 4ou stars*
Set, 4ou stars* At da2n I shall 2in*
I shall 2in* I shall 2in*

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LA%-N)& .I F-.-/I'&
Francesco Cilea - L'ARLESIANA
-( la solita storia del pastore<
Il po"ero ra#a00o
"ole"a raccontarla, e s(addormi8
'( nel sonno l(oblio8
'ome l(in"idio*
Anch(io "orrei dormir cosi,
nel sonno almeno l(oblio tro"ar*
La pace sot cercando io "6:
"orrei poter tutto scordar8
%a o#ni s!or0o "ano888 .a"anti
ho sempre di lei il dolce sembiante*
La pace tolta sempre a me888
$erch= de##(io tanto penar>
Lei*888 sempre mi paria at cor*
Fatale "ision, mi lascia*
mi !ai tanto male*
Ahim*
LA%-N) &F F-.-/I'&
It(s the usual stor4 o! the shepherd 888
)he poor bo4 2anted to sa4 it,
but !ell asleep8
In sleep there is obli"ion8
?o2 I en"4 him*
I! onl4 I could !ind sleep li,e this :
to !ind, at least, obli"ion in m4 sleep*
I onl4 2ant to !ind peace:
i! onl4 I could !or#et e"er4thin#8
+ut all m4 stru##le is in "ain88
I still see her s2eet !ace be!ore me*
And peace has le!t me !or e"er888
2h4 do I ha"e to su!!er so much pain>
She al2a4s spea,s strai#ht to m4 heart*
&h !atal "ision, lea"e me alone*
3ou 2ound me so much*
&h poor me*

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A?, LA $A)-/NA %AN&
Giuseppe Veri - !AC"ET#
& !i#li, o !i#lio miei*
.a 7uel tiranno tutti uccisi "oi !oste,
e insiem con "oi la madre
s"enturata*
Ah, !ra #li arti#li di 7uel ti#re
Io lasciai la madre e i !i#li>
Ah, la paterna mano non "i !u scudo,
o cari,
.ai per!idi sicari che a morte
"i !erAr*
- me !u##iasco, occulto "oi
chiama"ate in"ano
'oll(ultimo sin#ulto, coll(ultio respir8
Ah* trammi al tiranno in !accia,
Si#nore, e s(ei mi s!u##e
$ossa a colui le braccia del tuo
A?, )?- $A)-/NAL ?AN.
&h children, oh m4 children
)o that monster e"er4one murdered
And to#ether 2ith 4ou, 4our mother
the poor thin#
From the hands o! the ti#er
I lea"e m4 mother and m4 children
Ah, the paternal hand 2as not a shield,
oh m4 dears
)he mean ,iller and the dead
and 2ounded
And 2e ran in the ca"e and 2e
screamed in "ain
1ith the last, 2ith the last breath
Ah* 1e ran !rom the ,iller,
1hile Bod 2as loo,in# 2e ran
Into his open arms 2e as,ed
2
perdono aprir8 !or#i"eness

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LA .&NNA D %&+IL-
Giuseppe Veri - RIGOLETTO
La donna mobile
7ual piuma al "ento,
muta d(accento
e di pensiero8
Sempre un amabile
le##iadro "iso,
in pianto o in riso,
menso#nero8
La donna mobile
7ual piuma al "ento,
muta d(accento
e di pensier8
- di pensier, e di pensier*
-(sempre misero
chi a lei s(a!!ida,
chi le con!ida,
mal cauto il core*
$ur mai non sentesi
!elice appieno
chi su 7uel seno,
non liba amore*
La donna mobile
7ual piuma al "ento,
muta d(accento
e di pensier8
- di pensier, e di pensier*
1oman is as 2a42ard
as a !eather in the bree0e,
she chan#es her tune
and her mind8
A lo"able,
prett4 !ace
is al2a4s deceit!ul,
2hether 2eepin# or smilin#8
1oman is as 2a42ard
as a !eather in the bree0e,
she chan#es her tune
and her mind8
And her mind, and her mind*
An4one 2ho trusts her
is al2a4s 2retched,
he 2ho con!ides in her,
his heart is bro,en*
+ut no one can e"er be
completel4 happ4
i! he does not sip lo"e
on that breast8
1oman is as 2a42ard
as a !eather in the bree0e,
she chan#es her tune
and her mind8
And her mind, and her mind*

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NA F/)I9A LAB/I%A
Gae$ano Doni%e$$i - ELISIR D'A!ORE
na !urti"a la#rima
ne#li occhi suoi spunt6888
7uelle !estose #io"ani
in"idiar sembr6888
'he piE cercando io "o>
%Fama, lo "edo8
n solo istante i palpiti
del suo bel cor sentir*88
I miei sospir con!ondere
per poco aF suoi sospir* 888
'ielo, si pu6 morirG
di piE non chiedo8
A SLL-N AN. S-'/-)I9- )-A/
A sullen and secreti"e tear
)hat started there in her e4e888
)hose sociali0in# bri#ht 4oun# thin#s
Seemed to pro"o,e its en"4888
1hat more searchin# need I do>
She lo"es me, that I see8
For Hust one moment the beatin#
&! her hot pulse could be !elt*88
1ith her si#hin# con!oundin#
%omentaril4 m4 si#hs* 888
&h Bod, I shall eIpireG
I can(t as, !or more8

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$ANIS ANB-LI'S
Cesar Franc&
$anis an#elicus
Fit panis hominumG
.at panis coelicus
Fi#uris terminumG
& res mirabilis*
%anducat dominum
$auper, pauper
Ser"us et humilis8
$auper, pauper
Ser"us et humilis8
$anis an#elicus
Fit panis hominumG
.at panis coelicus
Fi#uris terminumG
& res mirabilis*
%anducat dominum
$auper, pauper
Ser"us et humilis8
$auper, pauper
Ser"us, ser"us et humilis8
?-A9-NL3 +/-A.
?ea"enl4 bread
)hat becomes the bread !or all man,indG
+read !rom the an#elic host
)hat is the end o! all ima#inin#s8
&h, miraculous thin#*
)his bod4 o! Bod 2ill nourish
-"en the poorest,
)he most humble o! ser"ants8
-"en the poorest,
)he most humble o! ser"ants8
?ea"enl4 bread
)hat becomes the bread !or all man,indG
+read !rom the an#elic host
)hat is the end o! all ima#inin#s8
&h, miraculous thin#*
)his bod4 o! Bod 2ill nourish
-"en the poorest,
)he most humble o! ser"ants8
-"en the poorest,
)he most humble o! ser"ants8

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A9- %A/IA
Fran% Sc'u(er$
A"e %aria
Bratia plena
%aria, #ratia plena
%aria, #ratia plena
A"e, a"e dominus
.ominus tecum
+enedicta tu in mulieribus
-t benedictus
-t benedictus !ructus "entris
9entris tuae, Lesus8
A"e %aria
A"e %aria
%ater .ei
&ra pro nobis peccatoribus
&ra, ora pro nobis
&ra, ora pro nobis peccatoribus
Nunc et in hora mortis
-t in hora mortis nostrae
-t in hora mortis mortis nostrae
-t in hora mortis nostrae
A"e %aria
?AIL %A/3
?ail %ar4,
Full o! #race
%ar4, !ull o! #race
%ar4, !ull o! #race
?ail, hail the Lord
)he Lord is 2ith thee8
+lessed art thou amon#st 2omen
And blessed,
and blessed is the !ruit o! th4 2omb,
o! th4 2omb, Lesus8
?ail %ar4
?ail %ar4,
%other o! Bod,
$ra4 !or us sinners,
$ra4, pra4 !or us
$ra4, pra4 !or us sinners,
no2, and in the hour o! death8
and in the hour o! our death
and in the hour o! our death
and in the hour o! our death
?ail %ar4

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4
N& S&L- %I&
G) Capurro * E) Di Capua
'he bella cosa na Hurnata (e sole,
n(aria serena doppo na tempesta*
$e( ll(aria !resca pare #ia( na !esta888
'he bella cosa na Hurnata (e sole8
%a n(atu sole
cchiu( bello, oi ne(8
(o sole mio
sta (n!ronte a te*
No sole, No sole mio
sta (n!ronte a te*
sta (n!ronte a te*
LEcene (e llastre d(a !enesta toiaG
(na la"annara canta e se ne "anta
e pe( tramente torce, spanne e canta
lEcene (e llastre d(a !enesta toia8
%a n(atu sole
cchiu( bello, oi ne(8
(o sole mio
sta (n!ronte a te*
No sole, No sole mio
sta (n!ronte a te*
sta (n!ronte a te*
Ouanno !a notte e (o sole
se ne scenne,
me "ene 7uase (na malincuniaG
sotto (a !enesta toia restarria
7uanno !a notte e (o sole
se ne scenne8
%a n(atu sole
cchiu( bello, oi ne(8
(o sole mio
sta (n!ronte a te*
No sole, No sole mio
sta (n!ronte a te*
sta (n!ronte a te*
%3 &1N SN
1hat a 2onder!ul thin# a sunn4 da4
)he cool air a!ter a thunderstorm*
)he !resh bree0es banish the hea"4 air<
1hat a 2onder!ul thin# a sunn4 da48
+ut another sun,
thatFs bri#hter still
ItFs m4 o2n sun
thatFs in 4our !ace*
)he sun, m4 o2n sun
ItFs in 4our !ace*
ItFs in 4our !ace*
Shinin# is the #lass !rom 4our 2indo2G
A 2ash2oman is sin#in# and bra##in#
1rin#in# and han#in# laundr4 and sin#in#
Shinin# is the #lass !rom 4our 2indo28
+ut another sun,
thatFs bri#hter still
ItFs m4 o2n sun
thatFs in 4our !ace*
)he sun, m4 o2n sun
ItFs in 4our !ace*
ItFs in 4our !ace*
1hen ni#ht comes and the sun
has #one do2n,
I start !eelin# blueG
IFd sta4 belo2 4our 2indo2
1hen ni#ht comes and the sun
has #one do2n8
+ut another sun,
thatFs bri#hter still
ItFs m4 o2n sun
thatFs in 4our !ace*
)he sun, m4 o2n sun
ItFs in 4our !ace*
ItFs in 4our !ace*

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'&/- (NB/A)&
S) Carillo * R) Cori+erro
'atarP, 'atarP<
pecch= me dici sti
parole amare,
pecch= me parle
e (o core me turmiente, 'atarP>
Nun te scurd5 ca
t(a##io dato (o core,
'atarP, nun te scurd5*
'atarP, 'atarP, ch= "ene a dicere
stu parl5 ca me d5 spaseme>
)u nun(nce pien0e a stu dulore mio,
tu nun(nce pien0e,
tu nun te ne cure<
NB/A)-FL ?-A/)
'atari, 'atari<
2h4 do 4ou spea, to me such
bitter 2ords,
1h4 do 4ou spea, onl4
to torment m4 heart, 'atari>
.o not !or#et that
I ha"e #i"en 4ou m4 heart,
'atari, do not !or#et*
'atari, 'atari, 2h4 do 4ou spea,
Hust to put me in a#on4>
3ou ne"er thin, o! m4 sadness,
3ou ne"er thin,,
4ou ne"er seem to care<
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'ore, core (n#rato,
t(aie pi#liato (a "ita mia,
tutt( passato e
nun(nce pien0e chiE8
'atarP, 'atarP888
tu nun (o ssaHe ca
!ino e (int(a na chiesa
io sQ( trasuto e a##iu pre#ato a .io,
'atarP8
- ll(a##io ditto pure a (o cun!essore:
"StQ( a su!!rP pe( chella llR888
StQ( a su!!rP,
stQ( a su!!rP nun se p6 credere888
stQ( a su!!rP tutte li stra0ie*"
- (o cun!essore, ch( per0ona santa,
mm(ha ditto: "Fi#liu mio
lRssala stR, lRssala stR*888"
'ore, core (n#rato,
t(aie pi#liato (a "ita mia,
tutt( passato e
nun(nce pien0e chiE8
)utt( passato e
nun(nce pien0e chiE*
'asa /icordi S +%B /ecordi Spa
n#rate!ul heart,
4ou too, possession o! m4 li!e,
and no2 it(s o"er,
4ou no lon#er thin, o! me8
'atari, 'atari<
4ou do not ,no2 that
e"en in church
I brin# m4 pra4ers to Bod,
'atari8
And I recount m4 con!ession to the priest:
"I am su!!erin# !rom such a #reat lo"e*
I am su!!erin#,
I su!!er !rom not ,no2in# 4our lo"e,
I su!!er a sorro2 that tortures m4 soul*"
And I con!ess, that the ?ol4 %other
Spo,e to me: "%4 son, 4ou must
ne"er !or#et, ne"er !or#et*<"
n#rate!ul heart,
4ou too, possession o! m4 li!e,
and no2 it(s o"er,
4ou no lon#er thin, o! me8
And no2 it(s o"er,
4ou no lon#er thin, o! me*

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SAN)A L'IA LN)ANA
E) A) !ario
$artono (e bastimente
p( (e terre assaHe luntane,
cantano a buordo e so( napulitane*
'antano pe( tramente
(o #ol!o #i5 scompare,
e (a luna, (a mie0( (o mare,
(nu poco (e Napule
lle !a "ede(888
Santa Lucia,
luntana (a te
7uanta malincunia*
Se #ira (o munno sano,
se "a a cerca( !urtuna,
ma 7uanno sponta (a luna
luntana a Napule
nun se po( sta*
- sonano888 %a (e mmane
tremmano (ncopp( (e corde888
7uanta ricorde, ahim=,
7uanta ricorde*
- (o core nun (o sane
nemmeno cu (e can0one,
sentenno "oce e suone,
se mette a chia#nere
ca "o( turna(*
Santa Lucia,
SAN)A L'IA FA/ A1A3
)he ships are lea"in#
For lands !ar a2a48
)he4 sin# on board and are Neapolitan8
)he4 sin# 2hile in the sunset
the ba4 disappears
and the moon, abo"e the sea
lets them see
a #limpse o! Naples8
Santa Lucia
!ar a2a4 !rom 4ou
2hat melanchol4*
1e circle the 2hole 2orld,
2e #o to see, our !ortunes,
but 2hen the moon rises,
!ar a2a4 !rom Naples
4ou cannot sta48
And the4 pla4888but their hands
tremble on the strin#s8
?o2 man4 memories,
ho2 man4 memories8
And m4 heart cannot heal
not e"en 2ith those son#sG
hearin# those "oices and that music,
It be#ins to cr4
because it 2ants to return*
Santa Lucia
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luntana (a te
7uanta malincunia*
Se #ira (o munno sano,
se "a a cerca( !urtuna,
ma 7uanno sponta (a luna
luntana a Napule
nun se po( sta*
Santa Lucia tu tiene
solo (nu poco (e mare,
ma cchiE luntana staie,
cchiE bella pare*
D (o canto d( (e Ssirene
ca tesse ancora (e re00e,
core, nun "o( ricche00e:
si nato a Napule
ce "o( muri(*
Santa Lucia,
luntana (a te
7uanta malincunia*
Se #ira (o munno sano,
se "a a cerca( !urtuna,
ma 7uanno sponta (a luna
luntana a Napule
nun se po( sta*
1919 -d8 -8A8 %ario : Napoli
195T b4 Na0ionalmusic -d8 %usicali Sas
!ar a2a4 !rom 4ou
2hat melanchol4*
1e circle the 2hole 2orld,
2e #o to see, our !ortunes,
but 2hen the moon rises
!ar a2a4 !rom Naples
4ou cannot sta48
Santa Lucia, 4ours
is onl4 a little sea8
+ut the lon#er I sta4 a2a4,
the more beauti!ul 4ou are*
It is li,e the son#s o! the sirens
that is still castin# its net8
%4 heart doesnFt 2ant riches
i! it 2as born in Naples,
it 2ants to die there8
Santa Lucia
!ar a2a4 !rom 4ou
2hat melanchol4*
1e circle the 2hole 2orld,
2e #o to see, our !ortunes,
but 2hen the moon rises
!ar a2a4 !rom Naples
4ou cannot sta48

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(I )- 9//IA 9ASA(
V) Russo * E) Di Capua
Ah * che bell(aria !resca
ch(addora e mal"arosa8
- tu durmenno staHe
ncopp(a sti !!ronne (e rosa8
(& sole a poco a poco
pe (stu ciardino spontaG
(o "iento passa e "asa
(stu ricciulillo (n!ronta8
(I te "urria "asa(888
(I te "urria "asa(888
%a (o core nun m( (o
ddice (e te sceta(8
(I me "urria addurmi(
(I me "urria addurmi(
"icino (o sciato tuHo
n(ora pur(i(*
Sento (stu core tuHo
che sbatte comm( (a ll(onne8
.urmenno, an#elo mio,
chi sa tu a chi te suonne*
(A #elusia turmenta
(stu core mio malatoG
te suonne a me> .immello888
& pure suonne a n(ato>
I 1AN) )& UISS 3&
&h* 1hat lo"el4 !resh air
1hat per!ume o! holl4hoc,s8
And 4ou are sleepin#
&n this bed o! roses8
Slo2l4 the sun
/ises o"er the #ardenG
)he 2ind comes and ,isses
)he curl on 4our !orehead8
I 2ant to ,iss 4ou<
I 2ant to ,iss 4ou
+ut m4 heart 2onFt
let me 2a,e 4ou up8
I too 2ant to sleep
I too 2ant to sleep
1hile 4ou breathe beside me
For an hour8
I hear 4our heart
)hat beats li,e the 2a"es8
Sleep, m4 an#el,
1ho ,no2s 2ho 4ou dream about*
A Healous4 torments me
)his sic, heart o! mine8
.o 4ou dream o! me> )ell me<
&r instead do 4ou dream o! another>
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(I te "urria "asa(888
(I te "urria "asa(888
%a (o core nun m( (o
ddice (e te sceta(8
(I me "urria addurmi(
(I me "urria addurmi(
"icino (o sciato tuHo
n(ora pur(i(*
I 2ant to ,iss 4ou<
I 2ant to ,iss 4ou
+ut m4 heart 2onFt
let me 2a,e 4ou up8
I too 2ant to sleep
I too 2ant to sleep
1hile 4ou breathe beside me
For an hour8

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), 'A NN '?IABN-
L) "o,io * E) De Cur$is
'ommF bella Na munta#na stanotte,
+ella accussi nun lFa##io "ista maie*
NFanema pare rasse#nata e stanca
SoltF Na cuperta Ne chesta luna Hanca8
)u, ca nun chia#ne,
e chia#nere me !aie,
)u, stanotte, add6 staie>
9o#lio a te*
9o#lio a te*
OuestFuocchie te "onno
NFatra "ota "ed*
'ommF calma Na munta#na stanotte
cchiE calma Ne m6 nun lFa##io "ista maie*
- tutto dorme, e tutto dorme o more,
e i sulo "e#lio
: pecch "e#lia Ammore<
191J b4 -disioni %usicali La 'an0onetta
3& 1?& .& N&) 1--$
?o2 lo"el4 the mountain is toni#ht
IF"e ne"er seen it loo, so beauti!ul*
It seems li,e a tired, resi#ned soul,
under the co"er o! this pale moon8
3ou 2ho do not 2eep,
and ma,e me 2eep,
2here are 4ou toni#ht>
I 2ant to be 2ith 4ou*
I 2ant to be 2ith 4ou*
)hese e4es 2ant
to see 4ou once more*
?o2 calm the mountain is toni#ht
IF"e ne"er seen it so calm*
And e"er4thin# is asleep or dead,
and onl4 I am a2a,e
: because Lo"e is a2a,e<

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%A/-NA/I-LL&
G) O$$a,iano * S) Gam(arella
&i( ne(, !a priesto "iene*
nun me !a spanteca(*
'a pure (a re00a "ene
ca a mmare sto a mena(*
Stienneme sti braccelle,
aiutame a tira(888
ca stu marenariello
te "o( sem(abbraccia(*
9icino (o mare,
!acimmo ammore,
a ccore a ccore
pe( ce spassa(888
So marenare
e tiro (a re00a,
pe( la prie00a,
%A/-NA/I-LL&
Soon it 2ill come
donFt ma,e me 4earn !or 4ou*
-"en 2ith these nets it comes
)he sea starts to threaten8
?old these arms
help me pull
I am a sailor
I al2a4s 2ant to embrace 4ou8
Near the sea
letFs ma,e lo"e
heart to heart
2e pass the time8
I am a sailor
and I pull the nets
!or the lo"e o! 4ou
8
ston#o a muri(*
9ide che sbatte l(onne
comme stu core cca(888
de lacreme te n!onne
ca (o !aie (nnammura(8
- "ide pure e stelle
tu !aie (nnammura(888
ca stu marenariello
tu !aie suspira(8
9icino (o mare,
!acimmo ammore,
a ccore a ccore
pe( ce spassa(888
So marenare
e tiro (a re00a,
pe( la prie00a,
ston#o a muri(*
I start to die8
See ho2 the 2a"es beat
li,e m4 heart8
)ears on 4our !ace
ma,e me !all in lo"e8
And see e"en the stars
ma,e me !all in lo"e8
And I am 4our sailor8
3ou ma,e me die8
Near the sea
letFs ma,e lo"e
heart to heart
2e pass the time8
I am a sailor
and I pull the nets
!or the lo"e o! 4ou
I start to die8

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$IS'A)&/- (- $SILL-'&
E) !urolo * E) Ta-lia+erri
$iscatore Ne stu mare Ne $usilleco
ch No#ne notte mme siente Ne canta
piscato, sti pparole soF lacrene
peF %aria ca luntana mme sta*
.orme No mare888"oca, "oca
)uttFe pace attuorno a me888
%a pecche,
ma pecche mmFhe lassato
mentrFio moro, stannote, peF te>
'assarella dF No 'apo Ne $usilleco,
sponta Na luna e te "ene a "asa
Ouanta notte a##io per0o
#uardanotte,
7uanta Huorne a##io "isto schiara*
.orme No mare888"oca, "oca
)uttFe pace attuorno a me888
%a pecche,
ma pecche mmFhe lassato
mentrFio moro, stannote, peF te>
Vitto oHe core, ca Nnterra $usilleco,
"eco nFombra ca se#no mme !a
Na manella e na "oce
mme chiamano:
!ra sti bracce %aria "oF turna
.orme No mare888&He belle "iene
Nncielo Na luna sa#lie e "a8
9ita mia*
9ita mia mme "uoF bene
'a is e suonno nun !arme sceta8
.orme No mare888"oca, "oF
19;5 'asa -d8 +ideri Apa S Bennarelli Srl
)?- FIS?-/%AN &F $SILL-'&
Fisherman, this sea is $usilleco
that each ni#ht I hear sin#in#
Fisherman, these 2ords are tears
because %aria is !ar a2a4 !rom me8
)he sea sleeps< ro2, ro2
-"er4thin# is at peace around me8
+ut 2h4,
but 2h4 did 4ou lea"e me
2hile I am d4in# toni#ht !or 4ou>
&h m4 leader o! $usilleco,
the moon appears and comes to ,iss 4ou8
?o2 man4 ni#hts ha"e I lost
the ni#ht 2atch
ho2 man4 da4s ha"e I seen it clear*
)he sea sleeps< ro2, ro2
-"er4thin# is at peace around me8
+ut 2h4,
but 2h4 did 4ou lea"e me
2hile I am d4in# toni#ht !or 4ou>
Silence this heart that lands in $usilleco
&ld shado2 si#nals me
A little hand and a "oice
call to me
in these arms o! %aria I 2ant to return8
Sleep, oh sea888this beaut4 comesG
in the s,4 the moon rises and #oes8
%4 li!e*
%4 li!e, she doesnFt lo"e me,
donFt ma,e me accept it8
)he sea sleeps888 ro2, ro28
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%-SSABBI& +&'-LLI
Sal"e, sono Andrea +ocelli8
?o a"uto l(onore di cantare il prossimo brano
che sentirete da"anti a Sua Santit5 il $apa, a
Natale8 $erci6 "e lo dedico con tutto il
cuore:
Aes$e Fieles8
+&'-LLI %-SSAB-
?ello, I am Andrea +ocelli8
I ha"e had the honor o! sin#in# the neIt piece
that 4ou 2ill hear be!ore ?is ?oliness the $ope at
'hristmas8 So I dedicate it to 4ou 2ith all m4
heart:
Aes$e Fieles8

)rac, 1J )op
A.-S)- FI.-L-S
Trai$ional
Adeste !ideles
laeti triumphantes
"enite, "enite in +ethlehem
Natum "idete
/e#em an#elorum
9enite adoremus,
9enite adoremus,
9enite adoremus
.ominum
-n, #re#e relicto,
humiles ad cunas,
"ocati pastores approperantG
et nos o"anti #radu !estinemus8
9enite adoremus,
9enite adoremus,
9enite adoremus
.ominum
Adeste !ideles
laeti triumphantes
"enite, "enite in +ethlehem
Natum "idete
/e#em an#elorum
9enite adoremus,
9enite adoremus,
9enite adoremus
.ominum
& '&%- ALL 3- FAI)?FL
& come all 4e !aith!ul,
Ho4!ul and triumphant,
& come 4e, & come 4e to +ethlehem8
'ome and behold him,
born the ,in# o! an#els,
& come let us adore ?im,
& come let us adore ?im,
& come let us adore ?im
'hrist the Lord8
Forsa,in# the sheep!old,
to his lo2l4 cradle,
obedient and s2i!tl4 run the shepherds
2ith eIultation let our !ootsteps !ollo28
& come let us adore ?im,
& come let us adore ?im,
& come let us adore ?im
'hrist the Lord8
& come all 4e !aith!ul,
Ho4!ul and triumphant,
& come 4e, & come 4e to +ethlehem8
'ome and behold him,
born the ,in# o! an#els,
& come let us adore ?im,
& come let us adore ?im,
& come let us adore ?im
'hrist the Lord8


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