Pretty simple piece. Attention to detail, including dynamics and those great rhythm accents in the lower parts will be the key to making this interesting.
I’ll post a pronunciation track soon. In the meantime, be sure if you have one of the mushed together words (dormi_o or piangi_o) that you are careful to make them two words even though you sing the syllable on one note.
Trying something new here. I have added lyrics to my musescore file and I am uploading a pdf here so you can start learning the song before we distribute music. Also, if you are away from your score and you have a sudden desire to practice, you’ll have words and music anywhere you can access the internet. It may not look exactly like the printed score you’ll get at rehearsal, but it has all the notes and words.
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