Nessun Dorma (None Shall Sleep)
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This arrangement of "Nessun Dorma" contains Italian lyrics.
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2/13/2014 4:27:44 PM
Appreciate the availability of all genres
12/17/2015 4:01:37 PM
I ordered this selection in original key for a male I accompany. He felt it was a bit high so I re-ordered in a lower key which was fine. I have heard some very young singers , even very young sopranos sing this. In my opinion , they should not sing this dramatic aria written for a male. They should stick to other arias more suitable they also sang, "Musettas Waltz" from La Boheme & "O Mio Babbino Caro" from Gianni Schicchi. I have heard them sing Nessun Dorma & these numbers with very poor pronounciation of the lyrics in Italian. They should get coaching. Also they do not have the weight of voice even tho they use a microphone for volume. I hate this current trend of use of mikes. I was trained for opera & learned to sing above a symphony orchestra without mikes. Nowadays all the musicals use mikes. In my day. when I sang opera & musicals, we never had mikes. Only in The Hollywood Bowl which was outdoors did it require this ampiification & sometimes it was annoying when the sound system was adjusted by the technicians who didnt understand the performers interpretation of their singing.