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"The upshot of that except in the case of abnormally pitched voices, was displacement, fatigue, intolerable strain, shattering tremolo, and finally, not, as could have been wished, total annihilation, but the development of an unnatural trick of making an atrociously disagreeable noise and inflicting it on the public as Italian singing."

-George Bernard Shaw on the high tessituras Verdi set for his baritone parts.

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765 arias found matching your criteria.
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Io son l'umile ancella
      from Act I of the Italian opera, Adriana Lecouvreur by Francesco Cilèa
      Libretto : Arturo Colautti


La dolcissima effigie
      from Act I of the Italian opera, Adriana Lecouvreur by Francesco Cilèa
      Libretto : Arturo Colautti


Ecco il monologo
      from Act I of the Italian opera, Adriana Lecouvreur by Francesco Cilèa
      Libretto : Arturo Colautti


Acerba voluttà…O vagabonda stella
      from Act II of the Italian opera, Adriana Lecouvreur by Francesco Cilèa
      Libretto : Arturo Colautti


L'anima ho stanca
      from Act II of the Italian opera, Adriana Lecouvreur by Francesco Cilèa
      Libretto : Arturo Colautti


Poveri fiori
      from Act IV of the Italian opera, Adriana Lecouvreur by Francesco Cilèa
      Libretto : Arturo Colautti


Il russo Mèncikoff
      from Act III of the Italian opera, Adriana Lecouvreur by Francesco Cilèa
      Libretto : Arturo Colautti


Doctor Jessop's midwife
      from Act I, Scene 1 of the English opera, Albert Herring by Benjamin Britten
      Libretto : Eric Crozier


Now then! Notebook, Florence
      from Act I, Scene 1 of the English opera, Albert Herring by Benjamin Britten
      Libretto : Eric Crozier


Is this all you can bring?
      from Act I, Scene 1 of the English opera, Albert Herring by Benjamin Britten
      Libretto : Eric Crozier


Tickling a trout, poaching a hare
      from Act I, Scene 2 of the English opera, Albert Herring by Benjamin Britten
      Libretto : Eric Crozier


I'm full of happiness
      from Act II, Scene 1 of the English opera, Albert Herring by Benjamin Britten
      Libretto : Eric Crozier


Albert the Good
      from Act II, Scene 2 of the English opera, Albert Herring by Benjamin Britten
      Libretto : Eric Crozier


I can't remember everything
      from Act III of the English opera, Albert Herring by Benjamin Britten
      Libretto : Eric Crozier


What would Missus Herring say?
      from Act III of the English opera, Albert Herring by Benjamin Britten
      Libretto : Eric Crozier


Tornami a vagheggiar
      from Act I, Scene 2 of the Italian opera, Alcina by George Frideric Handel
      Libretto : A. Marchi


Mi lusinga il dolce affeto
      from Act II, Scene 1 of the Italian opera, Alcina by George Frideric Handel
      Libretto : A. Marchi


Ah, mio cor!
      from Act II, Scene 1 of the Italian opera, Alcina by George Frideric Handel
      Libretto : A. Marchi


Verdi prati
      from Act II, Scene 1 of the Italian opera, Alcina by George Frideric Handel
      Libretto : A. Marchi


Ah! Ruggiero crudel…Ombre pallide - Recit. and aria
      from Act II, Scene 2 of the Italian opera, Alcina by George Frideric Handel
      Libretto : A. Marchi

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