By Burton D. Fisher
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Aida: Father, I am not their slave... don’t reproach me, You will call me your daughter again. I will be worthy of my country. Amonasro: Pensa che un popolo, vinto, straziato, per te soltanto risorger può... Amonasro: Think of the people, defeated, torn, who can only rise through you.... Aida: O patria! O patria, quanto mi costi! Aida: Oh my country! Oh my country, how much you cost me! Amonasro: Coraggia! Ei giunge... là tutto udrò. Amonasro: Courage! there I will hear all. (Conceals himself among the palm trees) OPERA JOURNEYS LIBRETTO SERIES Page 34 Radames: Pur ti riveggo, mia dolce Aida...
A vision.. No! It is a human form. Heavens! Aida! Aida: Son io. Aida: It is I. Radames: Tu... in questa tomba! in this tomb! Aida: Presago il core della tua condanna, in questa tomba che per te s’apriva Io penetrai furtiva. E qui lontana da ogni umano sguardo nelle tue braccia desiai morire. I made my way here far from all. I yearn to die in your arms. Radames:: La fatal pietra sovra me si chiuse... Ecco la tomba mia. Del dì la luce più non vedrò... Non revedrò più Aida. AIDA Page 47 Radames: Morir!
Dai Sacerdoti Radamès attende Dei traditor la pena. Traditore egli non è... Pur rivelò di guerra l’alto segreto... con lei fuggire... traditori tutti! A morte! A morte!... O! Che mai parlo? Io l’amo, Io l’amo sempre... Disperato, insano è quest’amor che la mia vita strugge. O! S’ei potesse amarmi! Vorrei salvarlo. E come? Si tenti! Guardie: Radamès qui venga. Amneris: ( sadly before the gate) My abhorred rival escapes me... Radames awaits the Priests and the punishment of a traitor. He is not a traitor..
Aida by Burton D. Fisher