By Charles Delaunay
Charles Delaunay's ebook covers every little thing you'll ever need to know approximately gypsy guitar legend Django Reinhardt in an enthralling, readable shape. integrated anecdotes make you're feeling such as you particularly acquired to grasp Django from the viewpoint of associates and fellow musicians. a lot of them are fairly humorous too.
In addition to the outstanding tale of Django and his tune, Delaunay's booklet comprises many pages jam-packed with infrequent Django Reinhardt photographs.
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Soldiers: (entering from all sides) What was it? Il Frate (Edgar): Venite! Soldati! Io d’una tomba l’onor contesi a Edgar. Friar (Edgar): Come! Soldiers! I questioned Edgar’s honor at his grave. Soldati: È ver! Soldiers: It’s true! ” Alla mia voce fé non prestâr! ” Nobody heeded my voice! Or dunque a voi risponda costei d’Edgar l’amante! Indicating Tigrana Now then, may she, Edgar’s mistress, answer you! Soldati: Ella?! Soldiers: (surprised) She?! Opera Journeys Libretto Series Page 32 Il Frate (Edgar): Sì!
Soldati: Ella?! Soldiers: (surprised) She?! Opera Journeys Libretto Series Page 32 Il Frate (Edgar): Sì! Friar (Edgar): Yes! Parla: È ver che Edgar, avido d’ôr, volea tradir la patria? to Tigrana Speak: Is it true that Edgar, avid for gold, wanted to betray his country? Frank, Tigrana, Soldati: Ciel! Frank, Tigrana, Soldiers: Heavens! Il Frate (Edgar): Lo afferma e tuo sarà il monil! Friar (Edgar): Admit it and the necklace will be yours! Showing Tigrana the necklace. Guarda! Look! Frank e Soldati: Rispondi!
T’allontana abbietta cortigiana! Soldiers, Frank: (repulsing Tigrana) Go far from here, despicable courtesan! Edgar: Maledizione a voi! Redento io son! Edgar: (to the humiliated soldiers) Curses on you! I have been redeemed! Io ritorno alla vita! O gloria, o voluttà! Bieche illusion, addio per sempre. Addio! Embracing Fidelia. I return to life! Oh glory, oh lust! Evil illusions, farewell forever! Edgar begins to leave with Fidelia. Tigrana, crawling and unseen, approaches Fidelia and stabs her with a dagger.
Django Reinhardt (Da Capo Paperback) by Charles Delaunay