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Sequidilla, "Pres des Ramparts de Seville" from Carmen Suite Bizet Help Opus Details
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This aria is sung by the beautiful free-spirited gypsy woman, Carmen, in the first act of Bizet's famous opera, Carmen, after she is arrested for fighting with a woman at the cigarette factory. Don Jose, the soldier assigned to guard her, finds it hard to carryout his orders because Carmen is flirting with him. Pulling every trick out of the book, she does everything except ask him out. In her aria, she sings of wanting to visit her friend, Lillas Pastia, who owns an inn near the wall of Seville. She proclaims that visiting the inn alone would lead to boredom, but visiting with another person would surely be much more pleasurable. She sings that she has rid herself of her last lover, since he turned out to be a devil. Now that her heart is free to love, who will have her? The next man to love her, she will love in return.
Category: Opera Orchestra Featuring Voice Romantic Period
Time Signature 3 /8 Key Signature   D Major also featuring ChoirVoices Play MP3 using player below.

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