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Qui la voce...Vien, diletto, from Act II of I Puritani by Vincenzo Bellini
Sung by Elvira Walton.     Voice Part: soprano    Fach: lyric coloratura
Synopsis: After Giorgio explains to the people in the Castle about Elvira, Bruno and the people leave. Elvira enters visibly perturbed (and somewhat insane) and remembers her lover's voice while Riccardo and Giorgio pity her.
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Son vergin vezzosa, from Act I, Scene 3 of I Puritani by Vincenzo Bellini
Sung by Elvira Walton.     Voice Part: soprano    Fach: lyric coloratura
Synopsis: Elvira appears for her wedding dressed in her wedding dress and carrying the white veil Arturo gave her. She expresses her delight at the prospect of marrying Arturo.
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A te, o cara, amor talora, from Act I, Scene 3 of I Puritani by Vincenzo Bellini
Sung by Lord Arturo Talbot.     Voice Part: tenor    Fach: tenor leggiero
Synopsis: Lord Arturo Talbot enters the Hall with squires bearing presents, including a beautiful white veil, for Elvira Walton, his bride to be. He sings of the impossible love he always had for her.
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Credeasi, misera, from Act III of I Puritani by Vincenzo Bellini
Sung by Lord Arturo Talbot.     Voice Part: tenor    Fach: tenor leggiero
Synopsis: Arturo declares he will be happy to die with Elvira. The more vengeful Roundheads demand his execution. Arturo bids "addio" to Elvira one last time, and asks his enemies to control their anger while in the presence of his beloved Elvira, for she is weakened.
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Sung by Lord Arturo Talbot.     Voice Part: tenor    Fach: tenor leggiero
Synopsis: As Arturo is fleeing his pursuers, he stops for a moment and reminisces first of his country and then of Elvira.
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Sprezzo, audace, il tuo furore, from Act I, Scene 3 of I Puritani by Vincenzo Bellini
Sung by Lord Arturo Talbot.     Voice Part: tenor    Fach: tenor leggiero
Synopsis: Riccardo draws his sword to intercept the departure of Arturo and Enrichetta. Arturo accepts the challenge and mocks him.
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Vieni, vieni fra questa braccia, from Act III of I Puritani by Vincenzo Bellini
Sung by Lord Arturo Talbot.     Voice Part: tenor    Fach: tenor leggiero
Synopsis: Arturo is happy to be free of the pursuit of Riccardo and asks Elvira to come to his arms.
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Cinta di fiori, from Act II of I Puritani by Vincenzo Bellini
Sung by Sir Giorgio Walton.     Voice Part: bass    Fach: lyric bass
Synopsis: Giorgio tells the inhabitants of the Castle, at their urging, about Elvira's health.
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Ah!, per sempre...Bel sogno beato, from Act I, Scene 1 of I Puritani by Vincenzo Bellini
Sung by Sir Riccardo Forth.     Voice Part: baritone    Fach: lyric tenor
Synopsis: Riccardo laments with his friend Bruno about the loss of Elvira to Arturo.
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Ferma! Invan, invan rapir pretendi, from Act I, Scene 3 of I Puritani by Vincenzo Bellini
Sung by Sir Riccardo Forth.     Voice Part: baritone    Fach: lyric tenor
Synopsis: Riccardo draws his sword to intercept the departure of the Puritans Arturo and Enrichetta. He challenges Arturo to a duel to the death.
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