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Non piu andrai, from Le Nozze di Figaro Mozart Help Opus Details
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"You shall go no more" is an aria for bass. It is sung by Figaro at the end of the first act. At the end of the first act, Count Almaviva finds Cherubino hiding in Susanna's quarters. The Count was already suspicious that Cherubino had designs on his wife, Countess Rosina, and overall disapproves of his loose lifestyle. However, he cannot punish Cherubino, as he himself was only in Susanna's quarters to proposition her. The Count sends Cherubino away instead, to his regiment in Seville. In this aria, Figaro teases Cherubino about his Spartan military future, in stark contrast with the pleasant and flirtatious life he has enjoyed in the Count's palace
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Time Signature 4 /4 Key Signature   C Major Play MP3 using player below.

1    Melody for bass, sung by Figaro.
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