La Traviata

Composer: Verdi, Giuseppe

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Aria Language: Italian
Voice: Tenor
Opera: La Traviata

"La donna è mobile" (The woman is fickle) is the Duke of Mantua's canzone from the beginning of act 3 of Giuseppe Verdi's opera Rigoletto (1851).
The canzone is famous as a showcase for tenors. Raffaele Mirate's performance of the bravura aria at the opera's 1851 premiere was hailed as the highlight of the evening.

Before the opera's first public performance (in Venice), the song was rehearsed under tight secrecy: a necessary precaution, as "La donna è mobile" proved to be incredibly catchy, and soon after the song's first public performance, every gondolier in Venice was sing... » ... sing it!

Tags: famous arias
Aria Language: Italian
Voice: Soprano, Tenor
Opera: La Traviata

"Libiamo ne' lieti calici" ("let's drink from the joyful cups") is one of the most famous arias from Verdi's "La traviata".
Also known as the "Traviata's drinking song", this piece is an elegy to wine, alcoholic beverages and carefree living.
Violetta and Alfredo (soloists) sing the aria during a night party in Violetta's home, and are then joined by the whole choir.

We have prepared three karaoke versions for you: the "standard" karaoke one and 2 study ones.
Both study versions feature an un-muted vocal line, and one also a slower tempo.... » ... sing it!