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  1. ⇒ 40 more: Notte e giorno faticar • Ma qual mai s’offre, o die • Orsù, spicciati presto • Ah! Chi mi dice mai • Madamina, il catalogo è questo • Giovinette che fate all’amore • .
  2. Mozart, W.A.: Don Giovanni Recitativo “Orsù, spicciati presto” (“Come on now, hurry up”) from Act I, scene 4, of Mozart's Don Giovanni; from a recording by the Hungarian Radio Chorus and Nicolaus Esterházy Sinfonia, conducted by Michael Halász and featuring Bo Skovhus as Don Giovanni and Renato Girolami as Leporello.
  3. Il dissoluto punito, ossia il Don Giovanni (En. The Rake punished, or Don Giovanni, K. ) is a two-act opera composed in by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart to an Italian libretto by Lorenzo da Ponte. This would be their second of three joint ventures, all three of them masterpieces.
  4. However, in Don Giovanni, Mozart does open the overture with fragments from the Commendatore’s theme. The ominous and foreboding opening to the overture sets the scene for the contrasting moods of serious drama and comedy. The slow introduction soon turns into a lively allegro section.
  5. Buy Don Giovanni Overture (Full Score Barenreite at headbaiprivruenhypoutecchhallenrewoodsrac.coinfo Orchestra Sheet Music. Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus. Wolfgang Plath, Wolfgang Rehm. Pub.
  6. Mozart – Don Giovanni Overture – A4 Score. Parts. Image Part Publisher IMSLP Price Buy; A4 Score. Originally published by Breitkopf & Härtel, Plate W.A.M.
  7. Don Giovanni, the Overture. Mozart famously wrote the Overture the night before the premiere, after spending an evening with friends. He claimed it took him just three hours to write the Overture. Pictured: Adam Plachetka in the role of Masetto, Erwin Schrott as Leporello, Aleksandra Kurzak as Donna Anna and Joel Prieto as Don Ottavio, Salzburg.
  8. "Don Giovanni," an opera buffa, the text by Da Ponte, was written, with the exception of the overture, in the short space of six weeks. The overture was composed in a single evening. The opera was first produced in , the year of its composition, at Prague.

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