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Pleurez, pleurez, mes yeux, from Act III, Scene 1 of Le Cid by Jules Massenet
Sung by Chimène.     Voice Part: soprano    Fach: dramatic soprano
Synopsis: Chimène is in love with Rodrigue. However, Rodrigue killed her father in a duel because her father insulted Rodrigue's father. Torn between the loves she has for both of them, she realizes that there is no outcome which will not be touched by sorrow and heartache.
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Range: Tessitura:
C#/Db4 - B5F#/Gb4 - G5
Plus de tourments et plue de peine, from Act II, Scene 2 of Le Cid by Jules Massenet
Sung by L'Infante.     Voice Part: soprano    Fach: lyric soprano
Synopsis: With the rest of the crowd, L'Infante prays to God that their spring days be a remedy to the pain and torment of days past. She says that love and peace should take their place in the lives of the Spanish people.
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Range: Tessitura:
F4 - A#/Bb5G4 - F5
O noble lame étincelante, from Act I, Scene 2 of Le Cid by Jules Massenet
Sung by Rodrigue.     Voice Part: tenor    Fach: dramatic tenor
Synopsis: For his valor, Rodrigue is made a knight and given a sword of knighthood. Afterwards, he sings of the glory and nobility of defending his country with his new sword.
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Range: Tessitura:
F#/Gb3 - A#/Bb4A3 - G#/Ab4
O souverain, ô juge, ô père, from Act III, Scene 3 of Le Cid by Jules Massenet
Sung by Rodrigue.     Voice Part: tenor    Fach: dramatic tenor
Synopsis: Just before a battle against an overwhelming army of Moors, Rodrigue prays for victory.
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Range: Tessitura:
D#/Eb3 - A#/Bb4G#/Ab3 - F4
Percé jusques au fond du coeur, from Act II, Scene 1 of Le Cid by Jules Massenet
Sung by Rodrigue.     Voice Part: tenor    Fach: dramatic tenor
Synopsis: Count de Gormas has made a fool out of Rodrigue's father by defeating him easily in a duel and then making fun of his inabilities. In response to this disgrace of his family, Rodrigue declares that he shall take his revenge upon Count de Gormas. However, he soon finds out that the Count is the father of Rodrigue's beloved, Chimène. This conflict of loyalties troubles him greatly.
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Range: Tessitura:
G3 - A4A#/Bb3 - G4
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